Amsterdam (Netherlands) -- History -- Siege, 1650
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- A letter from Amsterdam conteining the full relation of the proceedings of the Prince of Orange against that city, and the transactions betwixt him, and the citizens, their opening of the sluces to drown the said city, with severall other passages thereupon, and the copy of the Prince of Orange his letter the magistrates of the city. With an exact relation of the five days seige or blocking up, of Amsterdam by the Prince of Orange, and Grave William of Nassaw. Together with a particular discovery of the whole design and opening the sluces to let in the sea, which hath overflown great part of the land. (London : Printed by Bernard Alsop for T.P. and are to be sold at the Royall-Exchange in Cornhil, 1650) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The treaty and articles of agreement between the Estates of Holland, the Prince of Orange, and magistrates of Amsterdam. With an exact narrative of the chief passages and proceedings at the besieging of the said town by the Prince of Orange; the manner of raising their batteries, and 300 piece of ordnance mounted against the Prince's army. Also the discovery of a great plot and designe aagainst [sic] the towns of Delph. Dort, Medembleck, Harlen and Hoarn. With the Prince's seizing on several Lords of Holland, and commiting them prisoners to Lovestein Castle. (London : Printed by J. Clowes, over against the lewer-pump in Grub-street, 1650), by United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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- The protest of the city of Amsterdam in opposition to the states of Holland who pretend to raise 16000 new levies, by plurality of voices, contrary to the immunities and priviledges granted them by Mary Countess of Holland : being a manifest violation of their undoubted liberties. (London : Printed for Thomas Malthus ..., 1684), by Amsterdam (Netherlands). Raad (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Strange and terrible news, from Holland, and Yarmouth.: Being, a perfect relation, concerning the inundation of the south sea; and of its drowning the rich and populous city of Amsterdam; with divers other places in Friesland, Holland, Brabant, and Flanders, and the names of them. Also, the over-flowing of the river of Rhine, and sinking 60 parish churches, and drowning 100000 men, women and children; and how they row in boats near Amsterdam, over the tops of houses. Togethek, [sic] with the breaking in of the sea at Soal (near Yarmouth) drowning a great part of the country and many cattle; also casting many ships upon the land, and forcing others to sea in that storm. (London : Printed Robert Wood, 1651), by Peter Malbone (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A relation of the great and wonderful inundation of waters in North-Holland, Waterland &c. whereby not onely the city of Amsterdam hath received many millions of damage in marchandize, housing, and shipping &c., but also many hundreds of men, women, and children have perished therein : confirmed by the letters and reports of several the most eminent merchants and persons of credit now living in those parts. ([London] : Printed for I. Berriff, 1675), by J. W. (HTML at EEBO TCP)