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The declaration of the Hollanders concerning their joyning with the Royall Navie, in their present expedition for England, under the command of His Highnesse James Duke of York, Lord High Admirall of the said fleet. And their resolution and protestation thereupon. Likewise, the Prince of Wales his landing in Holland, and the beating up of drums for volunteers in Rotterdam, under the command of the Lord Hopton to assist the King of England. Also, a message sent from the Lord Generall Hambleton, to Major General Lambert, declaring the grounds and reasons of his marching into England, and their resolution to settle the peace of King and Kingdom, according to the Covenant. With Major Generall Lamberts answer thereunto.

 
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dc.contributor.author Vandelet, J.
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dc.date.created 1648
dc.date.issued 2012-10
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dc.description.abstract "An abstract of the proceedings of the Royall Navie" is signed: J. Vandelet. Annotation on Thomason copy: "July 17". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
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dc.subject.lcsh England and Wales. -- Royal Navy -- Early works to 1800.
dc.subject.lcsh Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Early works to 1800.
dc.title The declaration of the Hollanders concerning their joyning with the Royall Navie, in their present expedition for England, under the command of His Highnesse James Duke of York, Lord High Admirall of the said fleet. And their resolution and protestation thereupon. Likewise, the Prince of Wales his landing in Holland, and the beating up of drums for volunteers in Rotterdam, under the command of the Lord Hopton to assist the King of England. Also, a message sent from the Lord Generall Hambleton, to Major General Lambert, declaring the grounds and reasons of his marching into England, and their resolution to settle the peace of King and Kingdom, according to the Covenant. With Major Generall Lamberts answer thereunto.
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identifier.stc Thomason E453_2
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