Nevvs from the channel, or The discovery and perfect description of the Isle of Serke Appertaining to the English crown and never before publickly discoursed of. Truly setting forth the notable stratagem whereby it was first taken, the nature of the place and people. Their government, customes, manufactures and other particulars, no less necessary than pleasant to be known. In a letter from a gentleman now inhabiting there, to his friend and kinsman in London.
printed by John Lock for John Clarke at the Bible and Harp in West-Smith-Field,
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