A message from the King of Scots, to his sister the Princess of Orange.
Printed at the Hague. And a letter to the Lord General Cromwel, concerning the Earl of Cleveland, Col Blague, and divers other officers. The raising of a new army in Scotland, for their King, by the Marquess of Argyle; with a letter from the Earl of Newcastle; ordered to be burned. Also, a true relation of the sad and wonderfull inundation of waters that befel the famous town of Bilbo in Spain; shewing the manner how it rained for 24 hours together, the water powring down the mountains with such a strong torrent, that it broke down the houses, drowned all their mules, sheep, and cattel, fill'd their iron-mines, over-turn'd their mills, brake down the wharf, and carryed all their ships into the sea, dismanted whole woods, leaving not a tree standing, beat down the fowl in the air, and destroyed many families. Sent to Mr. Jacob a merchant, living in Fleet-street.
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Imprinted at London : for Geo: Horton, 1651.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M1900A
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