The treaty and articles of agreement between the Estates of Holland, the Prince of Orange, and magistrates of Amsterdam. With an exact narrative of the chief passages and proceedings at the besieging of the said town by the Prince of Orange; the manner of raising their batteries, and 300 piece of ordnance mounted against the Prince's army. Also the discovery of a great plot and designe aagainst [sic] the towns of Delph. Dort, Medembleck, Harlen and Hoarn. With the Prince's seizing on several Lords of Holland, and commiting them prisoners to Lovestein Castle

London : Printed by J. Clowes, over against the lewer-pump in Grub-street, 1650

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