Browsing by Author "Vennecool, Johann van de, 1577-1645."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A true discourse of all the sallyes which the soldiers of the citie of Graue haue made since the siedge and in what manner the admirant, with a great hoast of horse and foote, with dyuers waggons laden with ladders, powder, shot, and other necessaries of reliefe, came to relieue the citye, the 22. of August, stilo nouo in the night: but was (by Gods Prouidence, and his Excellencyes valour) driuen backe, and forced (in the night) to fire his owne tents, and to take a shamefull flight. Translated according to the copie, printed at Delfe, by Iacob Cornelison Vennecod.Date of publication:
1602Author(s):Description:Printer's name from STC. At the end is a letter from Nijmegen to London about Sir Francis Vere, signed: E.D.--STC. Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.This item contains 4 files (202.76 KB).Publicly Available