The vvarnings of Germany : By wonderfull signes, and strange prodigies seene in divers parts of that countrey of Germany, betweene the yeare 1618. and 1638. Together with a briefe relation of the miserable events which ensued. All faithfully collected out of credible High Dutch chronicles, and other histories by L. Brinckmair Captaine. As also a learned and godly sermon preached before the lords the States at Norrimberg. Anno 1638
In two parts. Part 2, "Lacrymæ Germaniæ", also issued separatedly as STC 11792--Cf. STC.
Part 2 has title: Lacrymae Germaniae: or, the teares of Germany. Vnfolding her woefull distresse by Jerusalems calamity. In a sermon .. translated out of the high Dutch copy .. London, printed by I. Okes, and are to be sold by H. Overton, and Iohn Rothwell, 1638--Cf. Folger Shakespeare Library catalog.
"Lacrymæ Germaniæ" on reel 1024, and there identified as STC 11792, is actually part 2 of STC 2759.
Imperfect as filmed lacks part 2.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
STC (2nd ed.) 3758.
Available electronically as part of Early English books online.
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