Netherlands History 19th Century Congresses : Colonial empires compared : Britain and the Netherlands, 1750-1850 : papers delivered to the Fourteenth Anglo-Dutch Historical Conference, 2000 / edited by Bob Moore and Henk van Nierop.; Anglo-Dutch Historical Conference
Netherlands History 1648 1714 Humour Early Works To 1800 : Brandy-wine, in the Hollanders ingratitude. : Being a serious expostulation of an English souldier with the Dutch: wherein he debateth with them of former kindnesse received from England, and the cause of their base requitall now, being so effascinated with Machivels pollicies, that they are foolishly charm'd with the magicall spells of monarchy, to subvert their owne fundamentall principles, that engage in a warre against England, to the ruine of her owne liberties. / By J.W. musophilus & miles vertatis.; J. W.
Netherlands History 1648 1714 Poetry : The royal victory : obtained (with the providence of Almighty God) against the Dutch-fleet, June the 2d and 3d, 1665 ... to the tune of Packingtons pound.
Netherlands History 1648 1714 Prophecies : The Dutch prophesie, or, The astrological predictions of Johannes Velmont van Valkenburgh of Utrecht : surveying the fate of the United Provinces for the ensuing year, 1674.; Valkenburgh, Johannes Velmont van.
Netherlands History 1648 1795 Early Works To 1800 : The Whole manner of the treaty, : with the several speches that passed in the banqueting-house at White-hall, between His highness the Lord Protector, and the Lords Embassadors of the Vnited provinces of Holland. As it was delivered in the palace yard at Whitehall, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday last, being the 7, 8 & 9. of this instant March.
Netherlands History Naval 1648 1714 Early Works To 1800 : A great and bloudy fight at sea between the Parliaments Navy, under the command of General Blake; and the Dutch fleet, commanded by the Lord Admiral Van-Trump. : With the true particulars thereof; the takeing of 21 men of war, 150 busses, 4000 prisoners; and the sinking, burning, and dispersing about threescore more of the Hollanders : the new oath taken by the Dutch; the advance of Vantrump; the engaging of the Engelish [sic]; and the taking of the Sampson of London, worth four hundred thousand pounds. Also, the bringing in of the East-India fleet to Plymouth, by Sir George Ayscue; and four rich merchants taken, bound for Holland. Examined by the original papers, sent to the councel of state on Sunday last; and published by authority.; Lawson, John,