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Hull (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800
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An abstract of severall letters from Hull, York, and Beverly, of his Majesties proceedings. As also the carriage and behaviour of the cavaliers, with the number of those that were slain and taken prisoners by Sir John Hotham. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the provision in Hull

London : Printed for Ben. Allen in Popes-head Alley, August the second. 1642
1642
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Annales Regioduni Hullini Or, The history of the royal and beautiful town of Kingston-upon-Hull, from the original of it, thro' the means of its illustroius founder, King Edward the first: who (Being pleas'd with its beautiful situation whilst hunting with his nobles on the plesant banks of the river) erected the town anno dom. 1296: and from that remarkable ̆ra, the vicissitudes of it are display'd, till this present year, 1735. In which are included, all the most remarkable tranfactions eccles
Gent, Thomas, 1693-1778
[York] : Sold at the printing office, near the Star in Stone-Gate, York; by Ward and Chandler, booksellers, in Scarborough, and at their shop in Fleet-street, London; by George Ferraby, bookseller, in Hull; at other places in the country; and by J. Wilford, behind the Chapter-House in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London, MDCCXXXV. [1735]
1735
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August 19th. A true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Marquesse Hartford, Lord Pawlet, Lord Seymor, Lord Coventry, Sir Ralph Hopton, and other His Maiesties commissioners in the publishing of the commission of array in his Maiesties county of Somerset. Brought over by a gentleman who was an eye witnesse of all passages and proceedings there. Whereunto is added true newes from Yorke, Hull, Newcastle and Darbyshire. Also a list of the horse under the command of William Earle of Bedford,

London : Printed, 1642
1642
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The declaration and votes of both Houses of Parliament, concerning the magazine at Hull, and Sir Iohn Hotham governour thereof.
England and Wales. Parliament
London : Printed by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majestie: And by the Assignes of John Bill, MDCXLII. [1642]
1642
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A declaration of the Lords and Commons concerning the preservation of Hull: with severall votes agreed upon by both Houses of Parliament, for the raising of 10000 men to be imployed by the authority of the Parliament. Also, a declaration of the citizens and inhabitants of the city of Chester, to his Maiesties Commissioners of Array, for the cleare manifestation of their allegiance to his Majesty, and duty to the Parliament. With the Kings last declaration made to the Lords, attending his Majesty
England and Wales. Parliament
[London] : July, the 13. London Printed for Iohn Wright, 1642
1642
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The declaration votes, and order of assistance of both houses of Parliament, concerning the magazine at Hull, and Sir Iohn Hotham governour thereof. And His Majesties answer thereunto. With the statute of II H.7. cap. I. mentioned in the said answer.
England and Wales. Parliament
London : Printed by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majestie: And by the Assignes of John Bill, MDCXLII. [1642]
1642
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The desires and propositions proposed to Sir John Hotham, by the Prince his Highnesse, concerning the town of Hull. With Sir John Hothams answer and resolution nothing derogating from his former constancie. Likewise a most remarkable passage concerning the Palsgravf. Together with the occasion of his Majesties going from Yorke to Newarke upon Trent. Iohn Browne Cler. Parliamentorum
Mills, John, 17th cent
[London] : July 19. London, Printed for Edward Iohnson, [1642]
1642
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An exact relation of foureteen dayes passages from Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight, and other parts. Wherein is contained the manner of the proceeding of the cavaliers, and their confederates the papists, against the Christian-Protestants. Sent in a letter from a worthy gentleman in that county, to his friend in London. Whereunto is added some speciall passages from Hull, Lincoln-shire and Yorke
Worthy gentleman in that county
London : Printed for Benjamin Allen, 1642
1642
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Exceeding joyfull nevves from Hull, sent in a letter from Sir Iohn Hotham, and read in the House of Commons, July 15. 1642. Wherin he declares the manner of his taking the Lord Faulcon[b]r[i]dge and his son, with 4. pieces of ordinance, and 20. cavaleers, who were building a scence or halfe moon near the town of Hull, and how he sent out Sir Iohn Meldrom with 500. men to hinder their proceedings. Also the Queens Majesties desires to the high Court of Parliament. As it was sent in a message from

[London] : July 16. London, Printed for Edward Iohnson, [1642]
1642
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Good newes from Hull. Being the most happie discoverie of a terrible plot against the said town; intended by Sir Charles Grantham, but discovered by Mr. Henry Brunker, sonne in law unto the said Sir Charles. The manner of the betraying to be by a false alarum at the South Port. With the summe of moneys proffered Mr. Brunker for his trust and consent. And also the manner and meanes of the discoverie. Also, the Danes fleet discovered at sea, having (as is supposed) an intent against this kingdome;

London : Printed for J. Tompson. and Andrew Coe, June 15. 1642
1642
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A happy discovery of the strange and fearefull plots layde by our cavaleirs for invading of Hul, and surprizing Sr. Iohn Hotham. And how by night they intended utterly to destroy both, but were suddainly taken. Likewise, the victorions [sic] exploit and conquest of certaine corragious prentises traviling to Yorke to learne proceedings, had over the malignant party. Iohn, Brow. Cler. Parl

[London] : August. 6. Printed for Io Hundgate, 1642
1642
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His Majesties answer to a printed book, entituled, A remonstrance, or, The declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament, May 26. 1642. In answer to a declaration under His Majesties name, concerning the businesse of Hull
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
London : Printed by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majestie: And by the Assignes of John Bill, 1642
1642
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His Majesties propositions to Sir John Hotham, and the inhabitants of Hull, July 11. Wherein he declares his royall intention, either for peace or warre, published by His Majesties command. With Sir Iohn Hothams declaration concerning the same. And the French ambassadors desires to His Majesty. With the resolution of both Houses of Parliament for the sending down of forces. Ordered that this be printed and published Iohn Brown Cler. Parliamentorum
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
[London] : July 15. London, Printed for Edward Iohnson, [1642]
1642
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The joyfullest nevves from Hull that ever came to London. Read in both Houses of Parliament, August 12. 1642. Wherein is declared the proceedings of the Earle of Warwickes ships in the River Humber, how they have taken divers ships that were sent from the Queen to the King with great store of ammunition for warre, and 300000. pounds of mony, which they sent to Sir Iohn Hotham. As also divers brave horses which he sent to the Lords to be preferred to both Houses of Parliament. Ordered that this b

[London] : August 17. Printed by T. Fawcet for T.R., [1642]
1642
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July the 12th. 1642 Truths from York, Hull, and other places

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeere, MDCXLII. [1642]
1642
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The Kings entertainment at Yorke as it was related by John Strickland, the 22. of March, 1641. who came out of Yorke, on Saturday last at nine of the clocke
Strickland, John, 1600 or 1601-1670
London : Printed for Nath: Butter, 1641
1641
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The last nevves from Yorke and Hull. Or A true relation of all the passages and other occurrences that hath happened in and about the city of Yorke, and the towne of Hull from the twenty sixth of Iune, to the third of Iuly. Being the copy of a letter sent from a merchant of York, to a private friend in London, the fourth of Iuly. 1642. As also the execution of a Jesuite at Yorke, by the Kings command. And the copie of a letter sent to Master William Crofts at the Hague, intercepted by a ship in
T. H. (Merchant of York)
London : Printed fo [sic] M.T., Iuly 7. 1642
1642
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A letter sent from the inhabitants of Hull to the right worshipfull the high sheriffe, and the rest of the gentry in the county of Yorke, now attending His sacred Maiesties pleasure.

[Lond]on : PrintedF.B. [sic], May 12, 1642
1642
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A letter sent from the leagver before Hull.
T. S
London : Printed by T.P. and M.S. in Goldsmiths-Alley, [1642]
1642
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More newes from Hull. Or, a most happy and fortunate prevention, of a most hellish and divelish plot, occasioned by some unquiet and discontented spirits, against the town of Hull; endeavouring to command their admittance by casting balls of wild-fire into the town, which by policie and entreatie they could not obtain. Also, the humble petition of the bayliffes, burgesses, and inhabitants of Ludlow, in the county of Salop, under the hands of their corporation, and the liberties thereof

London : Printed for Richard Cooper, 1642
1642
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More plots found out, and plotters apprehended. A true relation of the discovery of a most desperate and dangerous plot, for the delivering up, and surprisall of the townes of Hull, and Beverly. With the manner of the apprehension of Sir John Hotham, Sir Edward Rhodes, and Captaine Hotham: who are now bringing up to the Parliament. With the present securing of the thirtie thousand pounds already found out. And other particulars, being sent in a letter from Hull, dated the first of this instant m

London : Printed for Henry Overton, in Popes-head-Alley, 1643
1643
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A nevv plot agianst [sic] Hull, or, a new designe to take Hull, begun and prosecuted by a company of factious spirits, but most auspiciously prevented. With his Majesties threatning to imprison the Lord Fairfax, Sir Philip Stapleton, and the rest of the committtee appointed by the Parliament to sit at Yorke. Also the Lord Stamfords report to the Parliament concerning the danger of Hull, and his Majesties resolution to take up armes. Together with the Parliaments special command throughout Englan

[London] : May 30, Printed for I. Smith, and Rich. Cocks, 1642
1642
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Newes from France. Being a true copy of a letter sent from Mounsieur Du Plesis Cardinall Richlieu, Cardinall of France, to the Queen, concerning many matters of great note, and high consequence. Faithfully translated out of French into English, by Richard Jackson. Together with His Majesties second message to the Parliament, concerning Sir Iohn Hothams refusall to give His Majestie entrance into his town of Hull. April 28. MDCXLII
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642
London : Printed for John Tompson, 1642
1642
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The Parliaments last order and determination, for the safety and security of Hull. With their present order for 1000. men to be presently raised, and sent for the preservation therof. With the project of the Earl of Lindsey, to stop all passage for provision to the said town. With the apprehension and taking of 9. Irish rebels, the manner and means of their taking, which on Saturday last were brought to London, and are now in New-Gate. VVhereunto is annexed, a declaration of the Lords and Common
England and Wales. Parliament
[London] : July 27. London, Printed for I. Watson, [1642]
1642
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A declaration of the Lords and Commons concerning the preservation of Hull with severall votes agreed upon by both Houses of Parliament, for the raising of 10000 men to be imployed by the authority of the Parliament. Also, a declaration of the citizens and inhabitants of the city of Chester, to his Maiesties commissioners of array, for the cleare manifestation of their allegiance to his Majesty, and duty to the Parliament. With the Kings last declaration made to the Lords, attending his Majesty
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
London : printed for Iohn Wright, 1642
1642
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A remonstrance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Or, The reply of both Houses, to a printed booke under his Majesties name called His Majesties answer to a printed booke entituled, A remonstrance, or the declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament the 26. of May 1642. in answer to a declaration under his Majesties name, concerning the businesse of Hull
England and Wales. Parliament
London : printed by R.B. and R.L., 1642
1642
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Remarkable passages from York Friday, July 8. 1642. Concerning the marching of horse and foot towards Hull. And the manner of that counties appearance on Heworth Moore, on Thursday last before His Majestie. With the copy of a warrant from the Right Honorable the Earl of Linsey, generall of His Majesties forces, to Sir Thomas Metham knight, for the compleating of his regiments

London : Printed by Luke Norton and John Field for Ralph Rounthwait, July 12. 1642
1642
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A remonstrance or the declaration of the Lords and Commons, now assembled in Parliament, 26. of May. 1642. In answer to a declaration under His Majesties name concerning the businesse of Hull, sent in a message to both Houses the 21. of May, 1642. According to an order made by the House of Commons, on Saturday last, I have examined this copie with the originall, and have mended it. H. Elsi. Cler. Par. D. Com
England and Wales. Parliament
London : printed for Iohn Franke, 1642
1642
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A reproof from the Lord declared by the movings of his Spirit to certain professors, whose habitations is in and about Hull and Beverley, who take delight in approaching to God, and to know his wayes, as a people that did righteousness, and yet seeks to limit him, and stumbles at this light, in which the knowledge of his wayes is received: with an admonition to all to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisie, who for a pretence, make long prayers, whilest iniquity is regarded i
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696
London : printed for Thomas Simmons, at the sign of the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate, 1656
1656
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Resolved upon the question· Or A question resolved concerning the right which the King hath to Hull, or any other fort or place of strength for the defence of the kingdome. Wherein is likewise proved, that neither the setling of the militia as tis done by the Parliament, nor the keeping of Hull by Sir Iohn Hotham, nor any other act that the Parliament have yet done is illegall, but necessary, just, and according to that power which the law hath given them. By Peter Bland of Grays-Inne Gent
Bland, Peter, of Gray's Inne
[London] : Printed for Matthew Walbancke, 1642
1642
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Sir John Hothams letter to a worthy Member of the House of Commons, concerning the late discovery at Hull together with Master Beckwiths letter, a recusant, to Lievtenant Fooks his sonne in law, in service at Hull, under Sir John Hothams command, who was a great actor in that dangerous businesse
Hotham, John, Sir, d. 1645 Jan. 2
London : Printed for Edward Husbands, and are to be sold at the next door to the Kings-Head in Fleet-street, 1642
1642
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Some more new observations concerning the King and Parliament: being twenty considerations of the dangerous estate the kingdome now standeth in by reason of a malignant party. And also severall notes of both Houses of Parliament concerning the magazine at Hull, and Sir John Hotham governour thereof. Also the order of assistance given to the committees of both Houses, concerning their going to Hull. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that the above said votes and order be printed and

London : Printed for Thomas Bankes and William Ley., 1642
1642
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Strange newes from Yorke, Hull, Beverley, and Manchester. Or, a continuation of the proceedings passages, and matters of consequence that hath passed this last weeke in his Maiesties army before Hull, with some occurrences from Yorke during the Kings absence as also of my Lord Stranges comming in a warlike manner against the town of Manchester and slew three of the inhabitants thereof. Beeing all that passed here from the 16 of Iuly to the 23. Sent in a letter from a worthy knight now resident i
A. F
London : printed for Iohn Thomas, 1642
1642
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The supplication of the maior, aldermen, merchants, mariners, souldiers, and townesmen of Kingston upon Hull, in the behalfe of themselves and Sir John Hotham, unto His Majesty. Humbly declaring their hearty desire for peace, and their unwillingnesse to war. Together with their firmly united resolution. Presented to His Majesty at Beverley, on the fifteenth of Iuly, being Friday. 1642

London : Printed for John Johnson, July 20. 1642
1642
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Terrible nevves from Hull: concerning a great conspiracy which was intended against Sir Iohn Hotham, and the rest of the inhabitants of the said town, by divers cavaleers who lay neer unto the said town of Hull. Wherein is declared how this plot was discovered, and how Sir Iohn Hotham plaid against them with his ordinance, and beat them off from the walls, killing a great number of them. Also the Kings Majesties command to the Earle of Warwicke, and the Earl of Warwicks answer to the same, decla

[London] : July 20. London. Printed for Edward Iohnson, [1642]
1642
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True newes from Hull. Being a perfect relation of a conspiracy there by divers cavaliers comming in disguised habits, and entring themselves as souldiers, who intended to have surprised the tovvne, and to have killed Sir Iohn Hotham. With the manner how their wicked purpose was discovered, and they delivered up to safe custody. By R.C
R. C
London : Printed for Fr. Wright, [1642]
1642
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A true relation from Hull of the present state and condition it is in. As it was written in a letter from thence by one of good quality, to a citizen in London, being dated the 19th of this instant moneth of Septemb. 1643. VVhich letter was brought into London the twenty eight of this moneth
May, Thomas, 1595-1650
London : Printed by G. Dexter, for Iohn Bull, Anno 1643, Sept. 30
1643
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Two declarations of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. The one for the preservation and safety of the kingdome, and the towne of Hull. With the assurance of both Houses to satisfie all losse sustained by any service done for the safety of the said town, by reason of the overflowing of the water upon any the grounds there, to all persons that shall be found faithfull in their severall services. Together with an order of both Houses of Parliament to all Lord Lieutenants and Deputy Lieu
England and Wales. Parliament
London: : Printed by R.O. & G.D. for Joseph Hunscott., Anno Domini. 1642
1642
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An uprore in the north at Hull, about a moneth since by a company of souldiers against their captaine. With the particular speeches spoke on either side before the said Captaine Edvvard Walbrucke was miserably wounded and slaine. By H. T
H. T
[London? : s.n.], Printed Anno Dom. 1641
1641
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A wonderfull discoverie of a terrible plot against Hutl [sic]: by the designes of the Lord Digby, many papists, and others, of the malignant party. Declaring the manner how the two ships loaden with great store of ammunition of armes, came under a pretended colour of merchants ships from the Indies, and how they would have executed their plot that night against Hull. Also how by the providence of God, they were discovered and apprehended. Lastly, the true relation, how five men in disguise would

London : Printed for Thomas Powell, 1642
1642
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