A declaration of the Hollanders touching the late King, and the commonwealth of England: with the granting forth new letters of mart by the States General against all English ships whatsoever: and the beating and reviling of divers English gentlemen at the Hague. Also the motion of the Dutch fleet Northwards with an hundred and seven sail of men of war, to find out the English navy; their taking of two English ships, and burning another near Scarborough. Likewise, the condition of affairs in France, and the taking of two hundred men and horse of the Prince of Conde's forces, near St. Clow: with the march of General Thurenne against the Spanish army.
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