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Vaughan, Henry
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By the King a proclamation for the better discouery and apprehension of those malefactors, who were actors in the late insolent riots and murders committed in Fleetstreet, London, vpon Friday, the tenth day of this instant moneth of Iuly
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
Imprinted at London : By Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, Anno Dom. M.DC.XXIX [1629]
1629
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A Full and perfect account of the seizing seven of K. James's officers, viz. Captain Vaughan, Frogmorton, Whinuell, Burges, Sidmore, Brookes and Yearburrough who were bound for France with treasonable letters, and now are in custody in Bell Savage Yard by Ludgate till their examination

London : Printed for R.H. and H. Jones ..., [1690]
1690
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Newes from Ireland, relating hovv Captaine Vaughan put to the sword 300 armed rebels, and how the Earle of Castle-haven, Sir Hen. Elmar, Sir Nich. White, and his 2 sons are imprisoned as traytors in Dublin Castle together vvith the copies of 2 letters from Yorke, dated Julii 8, 1642 : relating how the King hath besiedged Hull, and how Sir John Hotham hath drowned the country thereabout

London : Printed for John Sweeting, July 12, 1642
1642
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True intelligence from Ireland, relating hovv Dundalke should have been betrayed into the hands of the rebels by a protected papist, dwelling two miles from Dundalke, in whose house was found 300. armed men, all put to the sword by Capt. Vaughan and his companies. : With very many things worthy to be taken notice of, from Dublin.

London, : Printed for John Sweeting, July 7. 1642
1642
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