Aprill 24. Numb. 28. The continuation of our former newes [electronic resource] : Relating these particulars. The report of a late ouerthrow giuen vnto the baron of Anholt by Count Mansfield. The departing of diuers of the princes from the diet of Regenspurgh. Two of the conditions vpon which Bavaria hath accepted the electorate. Two decrees of the Emperour at the diet, in the cases of the young Prince Lodowick, Prince Palatine of the Rhyne, and of Landtgraue of Hessen. The Emperors & Bethlem Gabors preparations one against another. A battell betweene an eagle and an huntsman in the land of Hessen. The Duke of Brinswicks command to the Baron of Anholt, to auoid out of the lower Saxonie. The seuerall strengths, states, and last atchieuements of the armies of Tillye, Brunswicke, Denmarke, Cordova, Anholt, Mansfield, and Spinola. The discouery of two new treacheries attempted against the states. The present estate of the Valtoline; the deliberation to surrender it into the Popes hands, and the Popes readinesse to accept it, with many particulars of that businesse. Together with diuers other occurrences related from Turkie, Poland, Italie, France, and seuerall places of the vpper and lower Germanie.

London : printed [by Eliot's Court Press] for Nathaniel Butter, Nicholas Bourne, and Thomas Archer, 1623.
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17th-18th century Burney Collection newspapers [electronic resource].
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Continuation of the last newes, from Hungarie, Silesia, Austria, Bohemia, Turkie, Poland, France, and Italie, and from severall places of theuupper and lower Germanie
Caption title on p. 1: Continuation of the last newes, from Hungarie, Silesia, Austria, Bohemia, Turkie, Poland, France, and Italie, and from seuerall places of the vpper and lower Germanie
Continuation of our former newes
Burney Collection
Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 -- Early works to 1800.
Europe -- History -- 17th century -- Newspapers -- Early works to 1800.
Newsbooks -- England -- 17th century.
Place of Publication:
Great Britain England London.
No. 28 in a series of newsbooks published beteween Oct. 1622 and Sept. 1624 by a small group of publishers including Nathaniel Butter, Nicholas Bourne, Thomas Archer and others, most numbers of the series having distinctive titles. In early Sept. 1624 Archer left the group an founded a competing newsbook (cf. Dahl).
Printer supplied by Dahl.
Reproduction of the originals from the Burney Collection, the British Library (London).
Stationer's Register: Entered to Butter 24 April [1623]
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. 2009 miunns
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Cited in:
Dahl, F. Bibliography of English corantos and newsbooks 1620-1642, 108
STC (2nd ed.), 18507.107
Archer, Thomas, fl. 1603-1634, publisher.
Bourne, Nicholas, publisher.
Butter, Nathaniel, d. 1664, publisher.
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