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“'s-Hertogenbosch, or Den Bos, was one of the four "chief cities" of the Duchy of Brabant (one of...'s-Hertogenbosch
“Abraham Verhoeven (1575-1652) was licensed as a printer in Antwerp in 1605 and specialized in...Abraham Verhoeven
“Don Ambrogio Spínola Doria, marqués de los Balbases (1569-1630), was an Italian general in...Ambrogio Spínola
“The Cape Town Gazette, and African Advertiser. Published by Authority.Cape Town Gazette vol. II no. 55
“Cornelis De Witte was a canon of Antwerp cathedral and a frequent censor of Abraham Verhoeven's...Cornelis De Witte
“Crevecoeur was the name of a fort on the Maas, near 's-Hertogenbosch. A print of the fort.Crevecoeur
“Carlos Coloma (1567-1637) was a Spanish commander, diplomat and historian. 1567: born in Elda...Don Carlos Coloma
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