The 27. of August. Mansfeilds Arrivall In The Dvkedom of Brabant, and is alreadie come on this side Bruxelles, Burning, Spoyling, and Ransoming the Countrey : Also Gonzales comming towards him with great Forces, with the rest of their Proceedings. With the destruction of Spinola's Forces before Berghen op Zoom; As also the marching of the English Forces of the Regiment of the Lord Vavs from Antwerpe to Bergen, with the number of them. Likewise, a true Relation of the proceedings and circumstances, touching the royall coronation of the most illustrious, most mightie princesse, Lady Eleonora, Empresse of Rome, Queene of Hungaria, Arch-Dutches of Austria, and Dutches of Mantua. Moreover, the straite besieging of Mamora by the Hollanders, with the invasion made by the Protestant grisons vpon the countrey of Tyrolle, and the obtaining of great store of cattell. Lastly, the couragious Sally made by the garrisons in Glatts, vpon the emperialls; with the delivering vp of Hagenaw to Leopoldus; as also [Klin]genbergh to the Emperour
Oxford English Dictionary: "Newsbook: A small newspaper. In common use from about 1650 to 1700" -They were the 16th-century precursors to today's newspapers. They covered a single big story, such as a battle, a disaster or a sensational trial.
Vorlageform des Erscheinungsvermerks: London Printed by I.D[awson] for Nicholas Bourne and Thomas Archer, and are to be sold at their shops at the Exchange, and in Popes-head Pallace, 1622.
Pollard/Redgrave, STC of books ... 18507.73 ; ESTC S94222 ; Dahl, Folke: A bibliography of English corantos and periodical newsbooks, 71