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Thursdays: Extraordinarie Advijsen op Donderdagh. Extra Europisehe Tijdingen uyt verscheyde Quartieren. Europisehe Donderdaeghs Courant. Saturdays: Courante uyt Italien ende Duytschlandt, &c. I645. Tydinge uyt verscheyden Quartieren, I645. Evropische Saterdaegs Covrant. Courante uyt Italien ende Duytschlandt, e-c. I645 which came out on Saturdays was not the only news-sheet published by Jan van Rilten; on Thursdays he published another coranto called Extraordinarie Advijsen op Donderdagh (I644-I645) 2.
Veltleger, den 16. Septem. De Rome le 29. d'Aoust 1620 De Venise 1(' 4 de Sept. De Vienne le 2. ). De Prague 1(' 4 dudit. De Prague le 7. dudit. De Francfort le XI. de ce mois. Du Camp des Princes Unis le 12. dudit. D'Oppenheym le 12 dudit. Du Camp du Prince d'Orange le 16. Septembre. As may be seen, both these corantos contain news from the same places dated the same day. A eloser inspection shows that the French text was nearly a verbatim translation of the Dutch. The last piece of news in these two corantos reads: 1) op.
Among more than lOOO Dutch news-sheets which I have studied from the first half of the seventeenth century I have not found a single copy in which a news item from a city other than that in which the paper was published, is dated on the same day as the coranto was issued. Both Van der Meulen and Sautijn Kluit have touched upon the history of the earliest coranto at Amhem, but their descriptions of the news-sheet, hitherto only one has been known, from Amhem is very different in one important point.