By Folke Dahl
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Nor did Hilton hesitate to give out extra numbers if he had more news that was worth publishing than could be got into his ordinary coranto. He called these extra numbers Courante extrodinarij, Ge. A few of these extras are in the collection at Kungliga Biblioteket; but, on the other hand, there is not a single one published by Broer Jansz. According to Emm. de Born 1, there are, in the previously mentioned collection in the Royal Library at the Hague (see p. 9), several extra numbers of Broer Jansz's coranto.
I6 - April I5 " no. 29 - July I8 no. 22 - May 27 " no. 35 - Aug. I5 " no. 43 - Oct. 2I I625: no. I7 - April 29 " no. I9 - May I2 As can be gathered from this list, the numbering of these newssheets was introduced at the latest in I623, and consequently it is the oldest coranto printed in Holland which we now know to have been issued in a numbered series. As I have shown earlier neither Hilten nor Jansz began to number their news-sheets before 1629. It can also be plainly seen that this coranto was issued once a week.
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Amsterdam Earliest Newspaper Centre of Western Europe: New contributions to the history of the first Dutch and French Corantos by Folke Dahl