The Resource A book of the continuation of forreign passages. : That is, of the peace made between this Common-wealth, & that of the united Provinces of the Netherlands, with all the articles of that peace. Apr. 5. 1654. And the articles of peace, friendship and entercourse agreed between England and Sweden, in a treaty at Upsall. May 9. 1654. As also the substance of the articles of the treaty of peace betwixt England and France. Given at White Hall the 20 of Novemb: 1655. From Generall Blakes fleet, the Turks in Argier do consent to deliver up all the English slaves, and desire a firme peace for ever: and in Tunnis road we battered their castle of Porta-ferina, and set on fire their fleet in the harbour. Apr. 9. 1655. Moreover, an attempt on the island of Jamaica, and taking the town of St. Jago de la viga, beating the enemy from their forts and ordnance, being a body of 3000 men, and so took possession of the island, May 10 1655. With a full description thereof. With a true narrative of the late successe which it hath pleased God to give to some part of the fleet of this Common wealth, the Speaker, the Bridg-water, the Plimouth Frigots, against the King of Spains West India fleet: the value of what is taken and posessed by the calculation of the Spaniards about nine millions of pieces of eight, and 350 prisoners, and all this without the losse of one vessell of the English, 1656

A book of the continuation of forreign passages. : That is, of the peace made between this Common-wealth, & that of the united Provinces of the Netherlands, with all the articles of that peace. Apr. 5. 1654. And the articles of peace, friendship and entercourse agreed between England and Sweden, in a treaty at Upsall. May 9. 1654. As also the substance of the articles of the treaty of peace betwixt England and France. Given at White Hall the 20 of Novemb: 1655. From Generall Blakes fleet, the Turks in Argier do consent to deliver up all the English slaves, and desire a firme peace for ever: and in Tunnis road we battered their castle of Porta-ferina, and set on fire their fleet in the harbour. Apr. 9. 1655. Moreover, an attempt on the island of Jamaica, and taking the town of St. Jago de la viga, beating the enemy from their forts and ordnance, being a body of 3000 men, and so took possession of the island, May 10 1655. With a full description thereof. With a true narrative of the late successe which it hath pleased God to give to some part of the fleet of this Common wealth, the Speaker, the Bridg-water, the Plimouth Frigots, against the King of Spains West India fleet: the value of what is taken and posessed by the calculation of the Spaniards about nine millions of pieces of eight, and 350 prisoners, and all this without the losse of one vessell of the English, 1656

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A book of the continuation of forreign passages. : That is, of the peace made between this Common-wealth, & that of the united Provinces of the Netherlands, with all the articles of that peace. Apr. 5. 1654. And the articles of peace, friendship and entercourse agreed between England and Sweden, in a treaty at Upsall. May 9. 1654. As also the substance of the articles of the treaty of peace betwixt England and France. Given at White Hall the 20 of Novemb: 1655. From Generall Blakes fleet, the Turks in Argier do consent to deliver up all the English slaves, and desire a firme peace for ever: and in Tunnis road we battered their castle of Porta-ferina, and set on fire their fleet in the harbour. Apr. 9. 1655. Moreover, an attempt on the island of Jamaica, and taking the town of St. Jago de la viga, beating the enemy from their forts and ordnance, being a body of 3000 men, and so took possession of the island, May 10 1655. With a full description thereof. With a true narrative of the late successe which it hath pleased God to give to some part of the fleet of this Common wealth, the Speaker, the Bridg-water, the Plimouth Frigots, against the King of Spains West India fleet: the value of what is taken and posessed by the calculation of the Spaniards about nine millions of pieces of eight, and 350 prisoners, and all this without the losse of one vessell of the English, 1656
Title
A book of the continuation of forreign passages.
Title remainder
That is, of the peace made between this Common-wealth, & that of the united Provinces of the Netherlands, with all the articles of that peace. Apr. 5. 1654. And the articles of peace, friendship and entercourse agreed between England and Sweden, in a treaty at Upsall. May 9. 1654. As also the substance of the articles of the treaty of peace betwixt England and France. Given at White Hall the 20 of Novemb: 1655. From Generall Blakes fleet, the Turks in Argier do consent to deliver up all the English slaves, and desire a firme peace for ever: and in Tunnis road we battered their castle of Porta-ferina, and set on fire their fleet in the harbour. Apr. 9. 1655. Moreover, an attempt on the island of Jamaica, and taking the town of St. Jago de la viga, beating the enemy from their forts and ordnance, being a body of 3000 men, and so took possession of the island, May 10 1655. With a full description thereof. With a true narrative of the late successe which it hath pleased God to give to some part of the fleet of this Common wealth, the Speaker, the Bridg-water, the Plimouth Frigots, against the King of Spains West India fleet: the value of what is taken and posessed by the calculation of the Spaniards about nine millions of pieces of eight, and 350 prisoners, and all this without the losse of one vessell of the English, 1656
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CU-RivES
Citation location within source
  • R221494
  • B3716
  • 6361
Citation source
  • ESTC
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • Sabin
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • -1673
  • active 1654-1671
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Jenner, Thomas
  • Simmons, Mary
  • Knowsley Hall
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  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Jamaica
  • Great Britain
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A book of the continuation of forreign passages. : That is, of the peace made between this Common-wealth, & that of the united Provinces of the Netherlands, with all the articles of that peace. Apr. 5. 1654. And the articles of peace, friendship and entercourse agreed between England and Sweden, in a treaty at Upsall. May 9. 1654. As also the substance of the articles of the treaty of peace betwixt England and France. Given at White Hall the 20 of Novemb: 1655. From Generall Blakes fleet, the Turks in Argier do consent to deliver up all the English slaves, and desire a firme peace for ever: and in Tunnis road we battered their castle of Porta-ferina, and set on fire their fleet in the harbour. Apr. 9. 1655. Moreover, an attempt on the island of Jamaica, and taking the town of St. Jago de la viga, beating the enemy from their forts and ordnance, being a body of 3000 men, and so took possession of the island, May 10 1655. With a full description thereof. With a true narrative of the late successe which it hath pleased God to give to some part of the fleet of this Common wealth, the Speaker, the Bridg-water, the Plimouth Frigots, against the King of Spains West India fleet: the value of what is taken and posessed by the calculation of the Spaniards about nine millions of pieces of eight, and 350 prisoners, and all this without the losse of one vessell of the English, 1656
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Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-H4
  • Printer's name from Wing CD
  • The final page is blank
Control code
006128123
Dimensions
40 (19 cm)
Extent
[2], 61, [1] pages
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits, map (metal cuts)
Ownership
Inscription on front paste-down in ink: "Knowsley Front Library Cupboard 6, Shelf 2, No.7". Anther possible early shelf marking in pencil: "130.D".
Reproduction note
  • Microfilm.
  • Microfiche.
Label
A book of the continuation of forreign passages. : That is, of the peace made between this Common-wealth, & that of the united Provinces of the Netherlands, with all the articles of that peace. Apr. 5. 1654. And the articles of peace, friendship and entercourse agreed between England and Sweden, in a treaty at Upsall. May 9. 1654. As also the substance of the articles of the treaty of peace betwixt England and France. Given at White Hall the 20 of Novemb: 1655. From Generall Blakes fleet, the Turks in Argier do consent to deliver up all the English slaves, and desire a firme peace for ever: and in Tunnis road we battered their castle of Porta-ferina, and set on fire their fleet in the harbour. Apr. 9. 1655. Moreover, an attempt on the island of Jamaica, and taking the town of St. Jago de la viga, beating the enemy from their forts and ordnance, being a body of 3000 men, and so took possession of the island, May 10 1655. With a full description thereof. With a true narrative of the late successe which it hath pleased God to give to some part of the fleet of this Common wealth, the Speaker, the Bridg-water, the Plimouth Frigots, against the King of Spains West India fleet: the value of what is taken and posessed by the calculation of the Spaniards about nine millions of pieces of eight, and 350 prisoners, and all this without the losse of one vessell of the English, 1656
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-H4
  • Printer's name from Wing CD
  • The final page is blank
Control code
006128123
Dimensions
40 (19 cm)
Extent
[2], 61, [1] pages
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits, map (metal cuts)
Ownership
Inscription on front paste-down in ink: "Knowsley Front Library Cupboard 6, Shelf 2, No.7". Anther possible early shelf marking in pencil: "130.D".
Reproduction note
  • Microfilm.
  • Microfiche.

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