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100 1  Verheiden, Jacob,|dfl. 1590 
240 10 De jure belli Belgici.|lEnglish 
245 13 An oration or speech appropriated vnto the most mightie 
       and illustrious princes of Christendom|h[electronic 
       resource] :|bWherein the right and lavvfulnesse of the 
       Netherlandish warre, against Philip King of Spain is 
       approved and demonstrated. Composed by a Netherlandish 
       gentleman, and faithfully translated out of divers 
       languages into Dutch, and now Englished by Thomas Wood. 
       According to the printed copie at Amsterdam, by Michael 
       Collyne stationer, dwelling upon the water at the corner 
       of the old Bridge street, anno 1608 
246 2  De jure belli Belgici 
246 2  Oration or speech appropriated unto the most mightie and 
       illustrious princes of Christendom 
246 2  Adioyner of sundry other particular wicked plots and cruel,
       inhumane, perfidious; yea, unnaturall practises of the 
       Spaniards 
246 2  Adjoyner of sundry other particular wicked plots and cruel,
       inhumane, perfidious; yea, unnaturall practises of the 
       Spaniards 
260    [Amsterdam] :|bPrinted [by the successors of Giles Thorp],
       |canno 1624 
300    [2], 70, [2], 14 p 
500    A Netherlandish gentleman = Jacob Verheiden. Sometimes 
       also attributed to Willem Verheiden 
500    A translation of: De jure belli Belgici 
500    Identification of printer from STC 
500    "An adioyner of sundry other particular wicked plots and 
       cruel, inhumane, perfidious; yea, unnaturall practises of 
       the Spaniards .. Gathered and translated .. by S.O. [i.e. 
       Stephen Ofwod]" has separate dated title page and 
       pagination; register is continuous 
500    "An adjoynder" identified as STC 18757 on UMI microfilm 
       reel 1212 
500    Reproductions of the originals in the Henry E. Huntington 
       Library and Art Gallery and the British Library 
500    Appears at reel 1180 (Henry E. Huntington Library and Art 
       Gallery copy) and at reel 1212 (British Library copy) 
500    Reel 1180: page 19 faded. Beginning-page 25 from Harvard 
       University. Library spliced at end 
510 4  STC (2nd ed.)|c18837 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAnn Arbor, Mich. :|cUMI,|d1999-
       |f(Early English books online)|nDigital version of: (Early
       English books, 1475-1640 ; 1180:2, 1212:9)|7s1999    miun 
       s 
590    EBBO 
651  0 Netherlands|xHistory|yWars of Independence, 1556-1648
       |vEarly works to 1800 
700 1  Verheiden, Willem,|d1568-1596,|eattributed name 
700 1  Ofwod, Stephen 
700 1  Wood, Thomas,|dfl. 1615-1624 
830  0 Early English books online 
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