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A briefe relation of some affaires and transactions, civill and military, both forraigne and domestique

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  • eebo-0018


  • Title from caption.
  • By Walter Frost. Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
  • Imprint from colophon.
  • Dates given according to Lady-Day dating.
  • Imprint varies: numb. 50-53 printed by E. Husband and J. Field; numb. 55-57 by W. DuGard.
  • Reels listed in chronological order of serial publication; holdings dispersed throughout collection.
  • Reproduction of the originals in the British Library.
  • Thomason E.575[6], etc.
  • Nelson and Seccombe 27
  • Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Thomason Tracts ; 88:E575[6]; 88:E575[15]; 88:E575[29]; 88:E576[5]; 89:E578[7], etc)
  • Numb. 6 is a special issue dated 31 Oct. 1649, titled: A very full and particular relation of the great progresse and happy proceedings of the army of the Common-wealth of England toward the reducing of Ireland ...
  • Numb. 21 is a special issue dated 31 January 1649 [i.e. 1650], titled: The letter of the King sent to the Parliament of Paris upon the subject of the detention of the Princes of Cond√©, of Contj, and of the Duke of Longueville.
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