The Hollanders embassage to England. Concerning, the good will which they bear to the Protestants in Ireland: signified in a letter which they sent to Sir Iohn Penington, vice-admirall of his Majesties fleet. Also, his letter, and their answer. As also. The description of the sea-fight, which was between the Hollanders, and the navie belonging to Dunkirk, which was provided to ayd the rebels in Ireland: the Hollanders getting the conquest, and they the overthrow. With, the humble petition of the inhabitants of the countie of Essex: to the honourable knights and burgesses of the House of Commons in Parliament.
printed, for Iohn Smith,
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