EBBA 32817

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
 
THE LATE / Bloody Fight in Flanders: / With an Account of the Numbers slain on both sides; ours scarce being ten / Thousand, and the French twenty five Thousand. As also the taking seve- / ral Prisoners of note, amongst which was the Duke de Maine, the French / King's Son, the Duke of Barwick, and likewise the Son of Luxemburgh the / French General. Together with a second Encounter by fresh Forces, who / falling on the French routed them, seizing on their Baggage and Sixty Pieces / of Cannon; to the great Satisfaction of our Royal Army.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball in Pye-Corner.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.206
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  Part 1
Title THE LATE / Bloody Fight in Flanders: / With an Account of the Numbers slain on both sides; ours scarce being ten / Thousand, and the French twenty five Thousand. As also the taking seve- / ral Prisoners of note, amongst which was the Duke de Maine, the French / King's Son, the Duke of Barwick, and likewise the Son of Luxemburgh the / French General. Together with a second Encounter by fresh Forces, who / falling on the French routed them, seizing on their Baggage and Sixty Pieces / of Cannon; to the great Satisfaction of our Royal Army.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Let Mary live long.
First Lines A Captain of fame, / A valiant brave souldier,
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Notes Printed on the recto of EBBA 33587, titled "The Description of a Tovvn Miss. / OR, / A Looking-Glass for all Confident Ladies. / A POEM, / Describing all their Arts, Titilations, and Temptations which they set to ensnare Young / Men, and unadvised Lovers. / If these few Lines are well digested, no Man shall be seduc'd by a fair flattering woman."