EBBA 32048

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
The Triumphs of four Nations; / OR, / A happy Conclusion of Peace, / Betwixt England, France, Denmark, and Holland. / As it was confirm'd on Sunday night July the 21. at Breda; where, after four hours Conference in / the Castle, the Plenipotentiaries about nine in the evening signed the Articles of Peace; which / Don Mounsieur Fleming, the Sweedish Mediatour, in a short Speech Congratulated the happy issue / of so great a work; After which, the Plenipotentiaries saluting and complementing each other, the / Conference ended: As they came out of the Castle, the Canons were thrice discharged round the / Town, the Musqueteers giving their vollies from the Works, and the Horse drawn up upon the Plain, saluting them with their Trumpets, the whole Town quitting their Houses to expresse / their Joy to them as they passed by; This Joyful News was brought on Friday last July 26. from / Breda, by the Right Worshipful Sir John Coventry, to the King, bringing with him the Articles / of Peace, as they were Signed there by the Plenipotentiaries.
Date Published 1641-1703 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for W. Thackeray, next door to the Dolphin in West-Smithfield.
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TitleThe Triumphs of four Nations; / OR, / A happy Conclusion of Peace, / Betwixt England, France, Denmark, and Holland. / As it was confirm'd on Sunday night July the 21. at Breda; where, after four hours Conference in / the Castle, the Plenipotentiaries about nine in the evening signed the Articles of Peace; which / Don Mounsieur Fleming, the Sweedish Mediatour, in a short Speech Congratulated the happy issue / of so great a work; After which, the Plenipotentiaries saluting and complementing each other, the / Conference ended: As they came out of the Castle, the Canons were thrice discharged round the / Town, the Musqueteers giving their vollies from the Works, and the Horse drawn up upon the Plain, saluting them with their Trumpets, the whole Town quitting their Houses to expresse / their Joy to them as they passed by; This Joyful News was brought on Friday last July 26. from / Breda, by the Right Worshipful Sir John Coventry, to the King, bringing with him the Articles / of Peace, as they were Signed there by the Plenipotentiaries.The Second Part,
Tune ImprintTune is, Packingtons Pound.to the same Tune,
First LinesLIft up thy head England & lay by thy mourning, / thy much desir'd long absent Peace is returningSIr John Coventry unto White-hall did bring, / Last Friday this happy brave News to the King
RefrainBy Truth, Love and friendship, delights do encrease, / The Joyes of a Nation is Plenty and Peace.By Truth, Love and friendship, delights do increase, / The strength of a Nation is Plenty and Peace.
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