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Title: Amsterdam and her other Hollander sisters put out to sea, by Van Trump, Van Dunck, & Van Dumpe. Or, A true description of those so called Hoghens Mogens,: set out to the life, with the manners of their quagmire bog, and other speciall varieties touching their unmannerly manners, and base ingratitude to our English nation, from their shels of beggery to their now present pride. Penn'd to give our nation timely notice of their subtile frauds and delusions.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Amsterdam and her other Hollander sisters put out to sea, by Van Trump, Van Dunck, & Van Dumpe. Or, A true description of those so called Hoghens Mogens,: set out to the life, with the manners of their quagmire bog, and other speciall varieties touching their unmannerly manners, and base ingratitude to our English nation, from their shels of beggery to their now present pride. Penn'd to give our nation timely notice of their subtile frauds and delusions.
London: Printed for Richard Harper, in Smithfield, near the Hospitall Gate, 1652.
Subject terms:
Political satire, English
Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654
Netherlands -- History
Tromp, Maarten Harpertsz., -- 1598-1653.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75305.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Hollander Anatomized.
2. SCHISME.
3. Their REBELLION.
4. Their PRIDE.
5. That mad practice of Drunkennesse.
6. Their Cowardlinesse.
7. They want hearts, but have crafty heads.
8. Their Ʋnjustice and Ingratitude.
9. Their busie medling.
10. Their Prophannesse.
11. Their Time-serving.
12. Their unnaturall Cruelty.
13. Their Incivility,