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Title: Bvlle oft Mandaet des Paus van Roomen / aende gheestelicheyt al om bevolen / om haer aavijs te vernemen opt Stuck van den Vrede-handel met de Hollantsche ketters... [Being a part of the 'Den Nederlandschen Bye-Corf: waer in Ghy beschreven vint al het gene dat nu uytgegaen is op den stilstant ofte vrede (seer nootsaeckelick om te lesen van alle Lief-hebbers des Vaderlants waer uyt men den Spaenschen aert mach leeren kennen ende altijdt op syn hoede te wesen beginnende in Mey 1607 ende noch en hebben wy niet het eynde. ...].
Description: No place., No publ., 1607. -1608. 4to. W. woodc. on title and woodc. decorative borders to left and right of 'Mandata' woodcut. Recent brown paper covers. [A4]. (VIII pp.). Part of the "Nederlandschen Bye-Corf" (The Dutch Beehive); see Asher, G., Dutch Books and Pamphlets relating to New-Netherland, pp. 73 - 97, items 26 to 49: 'Of all the men who, without the advantage of an official position, have taken an active part in state affairs and earned for themselves an honourable place, in the history of nations, perhaps none can be compared to Willem Usselincx. As founder of two commercial companies, he not only gave arms to his persecuted fellow-countrymen - contributed more than any power to annihilate Spain - brought to America the nation in which the principle of free communities (the vital principle of American Liberty) was carried out to its full extent - made Sweden a maritime power; ...': Comp. Klooster, The Dutch in the Americas, p. 17/20 and bibliography items 11 - 18. 'Ideas about a monopoly company that would command the Americas, as a counterpart of the VOC, had first been proposed by the indefatigable Antwerper Willem Usselincx (1567 - 1647). ... A religious refugee, the Flemish Calvinist Usselincx established himself in Middelburg in 1591, shortly afterwards presenting a project to the States General for the organiziation of a West India Company. It was the first of numerous proposals he was to make in the next 15 years. Usselincx had a vision of Dutch colonization of the New World ... Usselincx reasoned [that] Dutch ventures in the New World would have the added advantage of compelling Spain to divert forces to America and thus have a favourable effect on the war at home ... Finally, in 1606, after years of urging, The States of Holland greeted one of Usselincx's numerous proposals with approval. ...In 1608 alone, a host of pamphlets was produced pro and con, ... three pamphlets [Klooster, 14, 15] issued from the pen of Usselincx alone [The 'Bedenckingen', Naerder Bedenckingen' and 'Vertoogh'] ...All these pamphlets were published together in: "Den Nederlandtschen bye-corf".': James Ford Bell Libr. U 168 - U 211 (Describing some 40 items).: Muller, Books on America, items 1542/8: Sabin, Bibl. Americana, Vol. XXVI, p. 177 - 184, items 98186 - 98216. (Also including Swedish, german and French translations).: J.F.Jameson, "Willem Usselinx, Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Companies", Amer. Hist. Assoc. "Papers", vol. II, nr. 3, 1887, pp. 35 - 47: 'During the negotiations just described [The Hague, february 1608, a meeting discussing the terms of peace between commissioners of the Archdukes and Spain, France, England, and the United Provinces] a large number of pamphlets relating to them appeared from the Dutch press, and attracted no small amount of public attention. ... Some unknown but enterprising Dutch bookseller, having been asked by a friend to obtain for him all the pieces that had appeared on the negotiations, conceived the idea of making a collection of them, ...Such is the origin, ... of the now rare book well known to bibliophiles by the title of 'Den Nederlandtschen Bye-Korf, ... It contains nearly 40 pieces bearing on the peace with Spain. ... This the part mentioned under Asher 87, nr. 2 'Bulle oft Mandaet des Paus van Roomen' (3 variants: n.d., n.d., 1608). Knuttel, 1445: Tiele, 653: Boekenwereld ..., 2009, pp. .... in extenso on the history and make up of the Bye-corf.

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