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Battle of Nieuport, 1600: Two News Pamphlets and a Ballad, With an Introduction on News in Elizabethan England

by D.C. Collins
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Published
[London] Pub. for the Shakespeare Association by H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1935.
Language
English
Related Title
The battaile fovght betvveene Count Maurice of Nassaw, and Albertus arch-duke of Austria.
A true relation of the famous & renowned victorie.
Newes from Flaunders.
Series
Shakespeare Association. Facsimiles. No. 9.
Facsimiles (Shakespeare Association (Great Britain))
Description
xxx, 7, [6] p. facsims. 23 cm.
Notes
With facsimiles of original title-pages: (1) The battaile fovght betvveene Count Maurice of Nassaw, and Albertus arch-duke of Austria, nere Newport in Flaunders, the xxij. of Iune 1600 ... Written by a gentleman imploied in the said seruice. [Printer's device] Printed at London by P.S. 1600; (2) A true relation of the famous & renowned victorie latelie atchieued by the Counte Maurice of Nassau, neere to Newport in Flaunders against the Arch-duke Albertvs ... Truly translated out of the Duch copie. London, Printed by Ralph Blower, for C.B.; (3) Newes from Flaunders. A new ballad of the great ouerthrow that the valliant Captaine Graue Maurice, Sir Frances Veere, and other of the Queene of Englands friends: gaue to the Archduke, and his army of Spaniards, vpon Sunday being the 22 of Iune last past, 1600.
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Facsimiles (Shakespeare Association (Great Britain)) ; no. 9
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