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5. Jaarboek monumentenzorg

6. Jaarboek voor nederlandse boekgeschiedenis

7. Jaarcijfers

50. Janus Secundus

61. Jeroen Eisinga

63. The Jewish girl

67. Jiří Kylián : choreographer

68. Jiri Kylian : choreographer

70. J.J. c. Pays-Bas / J.J. v. the Netherlands : arrêt (chambre) / judgment (chamber), 27.3.1998 ; K.D.B. c. Pays-Bas / K.D.B. v. the Netherlands : arrêt (chambre) / judgment (chamber), 27.3.1998 ; Reinhardt et Slimane-Kaïd c. France / Reinhardt and Slimane-Kaïd v. France : arrêt (grande chambre) / judgment (grand chamber), 31.3.1998 ; Katikaridis et autres c. Grèce / Katikaridis and others v. Greece : arrêt (article 50) (chambre) / judgment (article 50) (chamber), 31.3.1998 ; Tsomtsos et autres c. Grèce / Tsomtsos and others v. Greece : arrêt (article 50) (chambre) / judgment (article 50) (chamber), 31.3.1998

74. Jo Coenen

87. Johannes Teyler and Dutch colour prints

95. John Keymor's observation made upon the Dutch fishing about the year 1601 : demonstrating that there is more wealth rais'd out of herrings and other fish in His Majesty's seas by the neighbouring nations in one year, than the King of Spain hath from the Indies in four : and that there were twenty thousand ships and other vessels and about four hundred thousand people then set on work both by sea and land, and maintain'd only by fishing upon the coasts of England, Scotland, and Ireland

96. John Keymors observation made upon the Dutch fishing about the year 1601 : demonstrating that there is more wealth raised out of herrings and other fish in His Majesties seas by the neighbouring nations in one year, then the King of Spain hath from the Indies in four : and that there were twenty thousand ships and other vessels and about four hundred thousand people then set on work by both sea and land, and maintained only by fishing upon the coasts of England, Scotland, and Ireland

98. John Keymors observation made upon the Dutch fishing, about the year 1601. Demonstrating that there is more wealth raised out of herrings and other fish in His Majesties seas by the neighbouring nations in one year, then the King of Spain hath from the Indies in four. And that there were twenty thousand ships and other vessels, and about four hundred thousand people then set on work by both sea and land; and maintained only by fishing upon the coasts of England, Scotland, and Ireland