A speech made to the declared King of Scots, by one of his chaplains at his departure from Breda, to take shipping, with several rules and directions how to behave himself towards the people. Also, the last newes from sea, touching a great Flemish fleet with the King of Scots, and the Duke of Buckingham, their putting in at the Isle of Jersey; together with intelligence from Scotland, and the Isle of Silly.
Printed for J.C. and are to be sold at the Royal Exchange, and without Cripplegate,
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