A broadside satirising the defeat of the Remonstrants in the Netherlands, describing the devoted service of William the Silent and Maurice of Nassau; with an etching after a design by Adriaen van de Venne, showing on the top two coats-of-arms, on the R Maurice of Nassau, standing next to a large sieve which removes the Remonstrants from the United Provinces; with Dutch engraved inscriptions and Dutch letterpress title and text signed Jo Pean in three columns, the letterpress with a three-sided frame of type ornaments.  (Amsterdam?: 1618)

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1876,0708.2799

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A broadside satirising the defeat of the Remonstrants in the Netherlands, describing the devoted service of William the Silent and Maurice of Nassau; with an etching after a design by Adriaen van de Venne, showing on the top two coats-of-arms, on the R Maurice of Nassau, standing next to a large sieve which removes the Remonstrants from the United Provinces; with Dutch engraved inscriptions and Dutch letterpress title and text signed Jo Pean in three columns, the letterpress with a three-sided frame of type ornaments. (Amsterdam?: 1618)

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