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Wonderful and lamentable newes

Wonderful and lamentable newes

shewing the great losse and fearful shipwracke caused by the last tempest, with the fight betweenethose Dunkerkers and the Hollanders, which hath so long continued in our coast ... (Oct. 11, 1624).

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Published by Thomas Archer in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesTwo wonderful and lamentable accidents.
ContributionsFennell, James Hamilton.
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19672513M

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Sad and lamentable newes from Holland: Being a true relation of the great and wonderful inundation of waters, that brake in at the town of Gorkham, in the night-time, near the city of Amsterdam, where many stately houses became bnried [sic] in the violent waves ; both men, vvomen and children perishing in the raging billows.

Sad and lamentable newes from Holland: Being a true relation of the great and wonderful inundation of waters, that brake in at the town of Gorkham, in the night-time, near the city of Amsterdam, where many stately houses became bnried [sic] in the violent waves; both men, vvomen and children perishing in the raging billows.

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