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Author: Keeling, Josias.
Title: The Queenes proceedings in Holland.: Being the copie of a letter sent from the staple at Middleborough to Mr. Vanrode a Dutch marchant in London. Wherein is contained these sixe particulars following: First, the King of Denmarke his ambassadour comming to the Queenes Court at the Hague with a Message to the states of Holland, accompanied with the Prince of Orange. 2. Colonell Goring his raising of forces in Ortoys by commission from the K. of France, with a challenge from Colonell Gage unto Goring for his so doing. 3. What summes of money have been raised by priests, and jesuites, &c. throughout the cloisters in those provinces, with their severall names, &c. 4. What summes already have bin raised towards the maintenance of the Rebellion in Ireland, as also an Irish ambassador at Bruzels for a second supply. 5. The Bishop of Cullen his death. 6. The Prince of Orange his court at Breda.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Queenes proceedings in Holland.: Being the copie of a letter sent from the staple at Middleborough to Mr. Vanrode a Dutch marchant in London. Wherein is contained these sixe particulars following: First, the King of Denmarke his ambassadour comming to the Queenes Court at the Hague with a Message to the states of Holland, accompanied with the Prince of Orange. 2. Colonell Goring his raising of forces in Ortoys by commission from the K. of France, with a challenge from Colonell Gage unto Goring for his so doing. 3. What summes of money have been raised by priests, and jesuites, &c. throughout the cloisters in those provinces, with their severall names, &c. 4. What summes already have bin raised towards the maintenance of the Rebellion in Ireland, as also an Irish ambassador at Bruzels for a second supply. 5. The Bishop of Cullen his death. 6. The Prince of Orange his court at Breda.
Keeling, Josias.

London: Decemb. 30. Printed by T. F. for I. M., 1642.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Christian -- King of Denmark and Norway, -- 1577-1648
Henrietta Maria, -- Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, -- 1609-1669
Norwich, George Goring, -- Earl of, -- 1583?-1663
William -- Prince of Orange, -- 1626-1650
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87650.0001.001

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The Copie of a Letter from the Staple at Middleborough in Holland, to Mr. VANRODE a Dutch Marchant in London.