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

Publisher: Printed for I. Berriff in [London]

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  • Amsterdam (Netherlands) -- History
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    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1602:16
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15030085M

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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.

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