The Resource A diurnall of sea designes, which is as strange as true. : Relating vvhat great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose. Wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them. Written for a warning, that though feares and jealousies be necessarie; yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places. Not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverley,, by W. H

A diurnall of sea designes, which is as strange as true. : Relating vvhat great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose. Wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them. Written for a warning, that though feares and jealousies be necessarie; yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places. Not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverley,, by W. H

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A diurnall of sea designes, which is as strange as true. : Relating vvhat great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose. Wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them. Written for a warning, that though feares and jealousies be necessarie; yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places. Not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverley,
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A diurnall of sea designes, which is as strange as true.
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Relating vvhat great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose. Wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them. Written for a warning, that though feares and jealousies be necessarie; yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places. Not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverley,
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by W. H
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eng
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  • R22143
  • H154
  • E.114[35]
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  • ESTC
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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W. H
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no index present
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non fiction
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-1662
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  • Sheares, William
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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A diurnall of sea designes, which is as strange as true. : Relating vvhat great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose. Wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them. Written for a warning, that though feares and jealousies be necessarie; yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places. Not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverley,, by W. H
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  • Signatures: A4
  • A satiric imitation of a diurnall ridiculing the political conflicts of the time
  • With head-piece and initial
  • "W.S." = William Sheares
Dimensions
4{u00BA} (20 cm)
Extent
[2], 6 pages
Ownership
With a list of contents on the first free endleaf recto. In ink on the upper inside board "Knowsley Front Library Window Cupboard 7 Shelf 1.No. 7". Possible early shelfmark on the upper inside board: "130 c.". 2No. 473 has also been added in pencil.
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A diurnall of sea designes, which is as strange as true. : Relating vvhat great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose. Wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them. Written for a warning, that though feares and jealousies be necessarie; yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places. Not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverley,, by W. H
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A4
  • A satiric imitation of a diurnall ridiculing the political conflicts of the time
  • With head-piece and initial
  • "W.S." = William Sheares
Dimensions
4{u00BA} (20 cm)
Extent
[2], 6 pages
Ownership
With a list of contents on the first free endleaf recto. In ink on the upper inside board "Knowsley Front Library Window Cupboard 7 Shelf 1.No. 7". Possible early shelfmark on the upper inside board: "130 c.". 2No. 473 has also been added in pencil.

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