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A True and perfect relation of the late and dreadful inundation which happened in Holland: on Sunday Novemb. 3. 1675. at 4 of the clock afternoon, Saturn being then in opposition to Mars. By which lamentable accident all the land is set under water from Amsterdam to Leyden, Utrecht, Woorden, Tergow, all South-Holland, and a great part of North-Holland, about Hoorn, &c. Together with an account of those further miseries and calamities that followed thereupon, as the drowning of men, women and children, and multitudes of cattel. As also a brief account of a dreadful storm with thunder and lightning on the same day at Antwerp and Gent, to the loss of the lives of divers porsons [sic]. Licenced Nov. 12. 1675. Roger L'Estrange. London, printed in the year 1675.

In 4°, pp. 8. All’ultima pagina figura il nome di Stephen Swaert.

Esemplari: British Library; Bodleian Library, Oxford; Manchester University; Henry Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California; Harvard University Houghton Library.