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Author: SECOND ANGLO-DUTCH WAR. Title: A Catalogue of the Damages for which the English demand Reparation from the United-Netherlands. As also a List of the Damages; Actions and Pretenses for which those of the United-Netheralnds demand Reparation and Satisfaction from the English. Together with the Answer of the English, subjoyn'd to the Several and Respective Points of Their Demands.
Description: London: Printed for Henry Brome, at the Gun in Ivy-lane, 1664. First edition, 4to, , 75, pp., without the initial imprimatur leaf, running title on last leaf cropped ( one or two others just shaved), cut close on some lower margins with the occasional loss of a catchword, recent quarter calf, marbled boards. Details the damages which the English East India Company had sustained by the East India Company of the United Provinces that includes the capture of over 30 ships on the coast of America, including their cargoes, and the burning down of the English Factory of Cape-Corse, claimed by the English and Dutch East India Companies, the English Turkey-Company, &c, followed by a rebuttal of the Dutch demands. A large part of the work relates to transgressions in the West Indies. There is also a section dealing with fishing rights off the Greenland coast. European Americana 664/42; Goldsmith, 1743; Kress, 1130; Sabin, 11492; Wing C1371.
Keywords: NAVAL WAR ANGLO-DUTCH WAR EAST INDIA COMPANY ECONOMICS FISHING RIGHTS
Price: GBP 475.00 = appr. US$ 678.29 Seller: Forest Books
- Book number: 32696