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His Highness Prince Rupert's letter to the Earl of Arlington, His Majesties principal secretary of state from on board the Royal Charles off the Osterbank, the XXIXth of May, 1673, distant from East Capel Seven Leagues, at one of the clock afternoon, the wind s.s.w
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682
[London] In the Savoy : Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1673
1673
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His Highness Prince Rupert's letter to the Earl of Arlington, His Majesties principal secretary of state from on board the Soveraign now under sail, June 5, about seven leagues off Lastoff, at nine in the morning, the wind at e.n.e
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682
In the Savoy [London] : Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1673
1673
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A perfect remonstrance and narrative of all the proceedings of the right honourable Robert Earl of Warwick, Lord High Admirall of England, in his late expedition with the Parliaments navy, in order to the reducing of the revolted ships, commanded by his Highnesse, Charles Prince of Wales. Containing, the great and victorious atchivements [sic], of the said Lord Admirall against Prince Rupert, and the navy: the number of ships taken, and a discovery of their great and bloudy design against this k

[London] : Printed for Henry Crips in Popes-head Alley, [1649]
1649
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Prince Charles sailing from Callice, towards the north of England in a great ship of 35 peece of ordnance with five ships more, with Prince Rupert, Generall Ruthen, the Earl of Branford, the Lord Hopton, the Lord Wilmot, and divers other lords and gentlemen. Also the princes vvarrants, taken by Sir Miles Livesley. And a further victory against the Duke of Buckingham, by Col: Scroop, who hath slain Sir Lyonell Digbey his son, 2 collonels, and taken Sir Gilbert Gerrard, and 5 collonels and majors,
Bate, Henry, parliamentarian
London : printed for the generall satisfaction of moderate men, M DC XL VIII. [1648]
1648
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The bloody treatie: or, Proceedings between the King and Prince Rupert. As also, between Pr. Rupert and Capt. Pickering. Who hath brought in 4. of the Kings collonels, to the Parliament; with the whole proceedings of Ruperts perambulation from the King at Newark, and his return to Woodstock with 400. horse. And how cruelly they used Captain Pickering during the treatie; who by the help of Collonel Willis, Collonel Honywood, Collonel Fisher, and Collonel Roulston, is now returned safe to the Parl

London, : Printed for J.C., 1645
1645
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A letter from the Earl of Essex to His Highnesse Prince Rupert concerning the putting to death of souldiers come out of Ireland taken prisoners : with His Highnesse answer thereunto
Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 1591-1646
Bristoll [Avon] : Printed by Robert Barker and John Bill, 1645
1645
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A copy of a letter from the Earle of Essex, by order of the pretended Houses of Parliament, to Prince Rupert with His Highnesse answer thereunto
Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 1591-1646
Oxford : Printed by Leonard Lichfield ..., 1645
1645
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A briefe relation of the siege at Newark, as it was delivered to the councel of state at Derby-house, by Lieutenant Col. Bury, whom the Earl of Manchester sent to report. Together with articles of agreement betwixt Prince Rupert and Sir Iohn Meldrum; wherein the perfidious dealings of the enemy is made manifest; who, contrary to the articles, took away their colours, swords and pikes, and plundred the officers

London : Printed for Peter Cole, March 26. 1644
1644
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Newes from Prince Rupert, vvhose forces being discovered by the Earle of Denbigh. The Earle with his forces marched against them; and how Captaine Pinkney left Prince Rupert, and came in to the Earle of Denbigh with 100. Welch men, and of the Earle of Denbighs march to Stafford and how he led up his men with great courage, upon the intelligence of 24 collours of the enemies discovered. Certified by letters from the Earle of Denbigh his quarters at Stafford. Printed according to order

London : printed by F. L., May 25. 1644
1644
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A relation of the good successe of the Parliaments forces under the command of Generall Lesly, the Earl of Manchester, and the Lord Fairfax, against the forces commanded by Prince Rupert and the Earl of Newcastle, on Hesham-Moore, on Tuesday July 2. 1644.
W. H
[Cambridge] : Printed by W. F., 1644
1644
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A full relation of the late victory obtained (through Gods providence) by the forces under the command of Generall Lesley, the Lord Fairfax, and the Earl of Manchester; being about twenty seven thousand horse and foot. Against His Majesties forces under the command of Prince Rupert and the Earl of Newcastle, being much about the same number. Fought on Marstam-Moor, within 5. miles of York, on the second of July, 1644. With a relation of Prince Ruperts march towards Lancashire, and of the forces
Stewart, William, Captain
London : Printed by J. F. for L. Blaiklock, July 11, 1644
1644
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A dog's elegy, or, Rvpert's tears, for the late defeat given him at Marstonmoore, neer York, by the three renowned generalls; Alexander Earl of Leven, general of the Scottish forces, Fardinando, Lord Fairefax, and the Earle of Manchester generalls of the English Forces in the North. Where his beloved dog, named Boy, was killed by a valiant souldier, who had skill in necromancy. Likewise the strange breed of this shagg'd cavalier, whelp'd of a malignant water-witch; with all his tricks, and feats

Printed at London, : for G. B., July 27. 1644
1644
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Three great victories obtained against the Lord Ogleby and others of Prince Rvperts forces: where were taken prisoners, the Lord Ogleby. Collonel Mynne. Collonel Ennis. Lieutenant Collonel Hvddleston. Lieutenant Collonel Maxwels son. Lieutenant Collonel Greene. Two Serjeant Majors. Collonel Marrow the Governour of Chester slaine, 500 slaine, taken prisoners and routed. Prince Rupert himselfe fled into Wales with one piece of ordnance. And other particulars from Darbishire, of the taking of 500 a

Aug. 27. Printed at London : by Jane Coe, [Aug. 27.] 1644
1644
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A Letter from Generall Leven, the Lord Fairfax, and the Earl of Manchester, to the committee of both kingdoms, and by them communicated to the Parliament concerning the great victory it hath pleased God to give them over the forces under the command of Prince Rupert and the Marquesse of Newcastle, at Marstam-moor, neer York, July the second, 1644 : signed thus : Leven, Lindsey, F. Fairfax, Tho. Hatcher, Manchester : expressing also what number of the enemy are slain, what number taken prisoners,

London : Printed for Edw. Husbands, Iuly 12, 1644
1644
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A letter from Generall Leven, the Lord Fairfax, and the Earl of Manchester, to the committee of both kingdoms, and by them communicated to the Parliament concerning the great victory it hath pleased God to give them over the forces under the command of Prince Rupert and the Marquesse of Newcastle, at Marston-Moor, near York, July the second, 1644

[Edinburgh] : Published by especiall command and re-printed at Edinburgh by Evan Tyler ..., 1644
1644
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The proceedings in the late treaty of peace· Together with severall letters of his Majesty to the Queen, and of Prince Rupert to the Earle of Northampton, which were intercepted and brought to the Parliament. With a declaration of the Lords and Commons upon those proceedings and letters. Ordered by the Lords and Commons, that these proceedings, letters, and declaration be forthwith printed. H. Elsing Cler. Parliament. Dom. Com

London : Printed for Edward Husbands, and are to be sold at his shop in the Middle Temple, 1643
1643
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His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, in answer to a declaration of the Lords and Commons upon the proceedings of the late treaty of peace and severall intercepted letters, of His Majesty to the Queene, and of Prince Rupert to the Earle of Northhampton. Oxford, 3. Iune 1643
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
[Oxford] : Printed, by His Majesties Command, at Oxford, By Leonard Lichfield Printer to the Vniversity, 1643
1643
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A briefe relation, abstracted out of severall letters, of a most hellish, cruell, and bloudy plot against the city of Bristoll, hatched and contrived by the malignants of the said city, Prince Rupert, George Lord Digby, and their fellow cavalliers, to have massacred, murdered, plundered, and destroyed, not only the well affected in the said city, but all others, that had not the mark of the beast upon them; happily discovered and prevented by the goodnesse and mercy of God, upon Tuesday the 7th

London : Printed by Richard Bishop for Lawrence Blaiklock, at the Signe of the Sugar loafe, neere Temple Barre, 1642 [i.e. 1643]
1643
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A copie of the articles agreed upon at the surrender of the city of Bristol betweene Colonell Nathaniel Fiennes governour of the said city, on the one party, and Colonell Charles Gerrard and Captain William Teringham for and on the behalfe of Prince Rupert, on
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669
London : Printed for Henty Overton ..., [1643]
1643
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A true relation of the late attempt made upon the town of Ciceter [sic] in the county of Glouc', the seventh day of January, 1642. By the Lord Marquesse Hartford, lord generall of the Cavaliers of the western parts, assisted by Prince Robert, Prince Maurice, the Earl of Carnarvan, the Lord Chandois, and divers others. Together with the answer of Io: Georges, Esq; (an inhabitant there, and one of the Burgesses of the Parliament for the said town) to the severall messages sent to them by that lo:

London : Printed for J.T., 1642. [i.e. 1643]
1643
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A copie of the articles agreed upon at the surrender of the city of Bristol betweene Colonell Nathaniel Fiennes, governour of the said city, on the one party, and Colonell Charles Gerrard, and Captaine William Teringham for and on the behalfe of Prince Rupert, on the other party, the 26. of Iuly, 1643. With a letter hereunto added, in which this copie of articles was inclosed: wherein is manifested how well those perfidious cavaliers have kept the said articles; and may serve as a warning to the
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669
London : Printed for Henry Overton in Popes-head Alley, [1643]
1643
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The proceedings in the late treaty of peace Together vvith severall letters of his Majesty to the Queen, and of Prince Rupert to the Earle of Northampton, which were intercepted and brought to the Parliament. With a declaration of the Lords and Commons upon those proceedings and letters.

London : printed for Edward Husbands, and are to be sold at his shop in the Middle Temple, 1643
1643
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True and happy newes from Worcester. Read in the honourable House of Commons, Septem. 24. 1642. Sent in a letter from His Excellencie the Earle of Essex upon Saturday the 24 of September, 1642. to the House of Commons. Wherein is declared a famous victory by Master Fines a member of the House of Commons over Prince Robert, who came to the said city with 500. horse, upon Thursday last. Relating also the same description of the battell and the number that was slaine on both sides, likewise the pro

London : printed for Tho. White, Septem. 26. [1642]
1642
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A most learned and religious speech spoken by Mr. Pym, at a conference of both Houses of Parliament the 23. of this instant moueth [sic] of Septemb. Declaring unto them the necessity and benefit of the union of his Majesties three kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland in matters of religion and church-government. Also certaine passages at a comm[i]ttee in the Exchequor Chamber concerning coyning of farthings now in the hands of the Lord Mowbray, and Montravers: together with some remarkable
Pym, John, 1584-1643
London : Printed for Iohn Otwell, 1642
1642
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The valiant resolution of the sea-men, listed under the commaund of the Earle of VVarwicke, who upon Munday last most valiantly slew many of the cavaliers, that were comming from Kingston to take Sion-house. and how they were constrayned to sinke their two ships; because the cavaliers should not take their ordnance. Also a true relation of the meeting of both armies betwene Brainford and Acton shewing the behaviour the Lord Robert, upou [sic] Brainford Bridge: slaying many of the cavaliers with

London : Printed for Thomas Hanson, November 16. 1642
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A Declaration of the Kings resolution, to bring up his armie to the Citie of London: Prince Robert also having joyned his forces with the Kings armie. Also the noble resolution of the Earle of Essex his Excellence, to hinder and prevent the passage of the Kings armie, by breaking downe divers bridges, and planting of ordnance to oppose their comming. Being a warning for the citie now to be arming and to shew their valiant courage in the defence of this honourable Citie of London

Printed at London : for Iohn Ashton, 1642
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Exceeding joyfull newes from Coventry declaring the happy successe of Col. Hambden, Col. Goodwyn, and the citisens of Coventry, against Prince Robert and his forces, who besieged Coventry on Friday last. With the number of them that were slain, and the taking of Cap. Iohnson and many other prisoners. Also the victorious proceedings of the Earle of Argile against the Earl of Derbie, who while the E. of Derby besieged Manchester the second time, and was from thence repulsed, seized upon the Ile of

[London] : Printed for Richard West, October 19. 1642
1642
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His Majesties declaration and propositions; to the major, aldermen, and inhabitants of Coventry concerning the delivering up the said city to to [sic] his Majesty. Likewise the answer of the major, and aldermen of the said city, to his Majesties propositions
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
London : Printed for T. West, Octob. 22, 1642
1642
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A perfect and true relation of the great and bloudy skirmish, fought before the city of Worcester, upon Friday, Septemb. 23. 1642. Between ten troops of our side, consisting but of 500. horse, and the troops of the cavaliers consisting of 1800. horse, commanded by Prince Robert and Prince Maurice. VVith the names of the captains and other officers and troopers that were slaine, wounded, 'and taken prisoners on our side, and also of theirs. Likewise some other passages, 'upon the comming of the E
Bowen, William, Ensigne to his Excellence the Earle of Essex
London : Printed for Jo. Thomas, Octo. 3. 1642
1642
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A declaration made by the right Honourable the Earle of Bath, one of his Majesties commissioners of array, to the whole country of Devonshire, with their answer thereunto annexed; also the manner how the said Earle of Bath endeavoured to put the commission of array in execution, at South-moulton in Devonshire, and how his men were driven out of the town by the inhabitants thereof. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the great battle betweene Prince Robert and the Parliaments forces at Worcest
Bath, Henry Bourchier, Earl of, 1587 or 8-1654
[London] : Septemb. 29. London Printed for John Wright, [1642]
1642
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Prince Robert his speech to the Earle of Essex the morning before hee marched forth with his forces: and His Excellences answer thereunto. Also the manner of his marching out with his forces from Northampton on Munday Sept. 19. and the number thereof. Likewise the manner of the disarming of the papists and ill-affected persons in Lincolnshire (by the Earl of Lincoln and gentry of the county) and causing them to subscribe for money and horse for the King and Parliament, with the like proceedings
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682
London : Septemb. 21. Printed for T. Cook, 1641. [i.e. 1642]
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A famous and joyfull victory obtained by the Earl of Stamfords forces neere Stratford in Northampton-shire, against Prince Robert his forces, who assaulted them at one of the clock at night where they were billetted, declaring the manner of the fight, and how the Earl of Stamfords forces took 50. of them prisoners, putting the rest to flight. Also another happy victory obtained by the Lord Brooks, September the 8. against divers Kentish cavaleers that were going to the standard at Nottingham, wi
Hamblet, John
[London] : Septemb. 10. Printed for H. Blunen, [1642]
1642
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A true relation of a famous victory obtained against Prince Robert, and twelve troupes of the cavaliers at the city of Worcester, on Saturday the 24. of September by his Excellency the Earl of Essex: in which Prince Robert is very dangerously wounded, commissary Wimot run through with a sword, Captaine Sandys hurt, Serjeant-Major Douglas slain, and many others on both sides, thirty of the cavaliers being taken prisoners. Also the manner of his Excellencies coming into Worcester, and the maiors b

[London] : Printed for Tho. Cooke, Septemb. 29. 1642
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Horrible newes from Colebrooke, declaring the cruelty of prince Robert in plundering the said towne, and exercising tirany against the inhabitants. Also delcaring how twelve cavaliers were taken at VVatford, by his Excelence the Earle of Essex. Whereunto is annexed, exceeding joyfull newes from Greenwich in Kent, declareing how the Kings armory was seized on, for the service of the King and Parliament

London : Printed for J. Rich, Nov. 11. 1642
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True intelligence, and joyfull newes from Ludlow: declaring a battell fought by his Excellency the Earle of Essex, against Prince Robert, Prince Maurice, and the rest of the cavaliers, neere Ludlow, October 1. 1642. Also the manner of the Earle of Essex his obtaining the victory, and putting the cavaliers to flight, and how he hath gained the castle, and strongly fortified the town of Ludlow. Together with the names of those that are taken prisoners, and the number of those that are slain

London : Printed for Th. Rider, October 6. 1642
1642
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A True relation of the late attempt upon the town of Cicester in the county of Glouc, the seventh day of January, 1642 by the Lord Marquesse Hartford, lord generall of the cavaliers of the western parts, assisted by Prince Robert, Prince Maurice, the Earl of Carnarvan, the Lord Chandois, and divers others : together with the answer of Io. Georges, Esq., an inhabitant there and one of the Burgesses of the Parliament for the said town to the severall messages sent to them by that Lo. Generall, and

London : Printed for J.T., 1642
1642
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Exceeding ioyfull newes out of Surrey. Shevving the proceedings of Prince Robert and his mischievous cavalliers since he came into those parts. As also of his attempt upon Windsor Castle, from whence being repulsed with much losse, he drew towards Kingstone, where by some forces of his Excellence the Earl of Essex, with the traind bands of Barkshire and Surty [sic], he was beaten away. With a slaughter of six hundred cavalliers: Master Cary the keepper of Mary-bone Parke, being taken prisoners i

London : Printed for Iohn Iohnson, 1642
1642
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Prince Roberts disguises; or A perfect true relation of the severall shapes he has taken, since the Lord Generall went forth first from London; with a discovery of the pollicy he hath used, to be eye witnesse, and to know his Excellencies strength. Also how he came up to the city disguised like a vvoman, and viewed all the severall vvorkes, and trenches. Related to an inne-keeper at Colebrooke, who was toule it in a merry humour by one of the cavaliers, and sent by the said innekeeper, in a lett

London : printed for J. Rich, Nov. 16. 1642
1642
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A true relation of the Earle of Warwicks encounter personally with his owne ship against two French shippes. Also a true relation of the brave overthrow my Lord of Stamford gave to Prince Robert and his cavaleers, having but 600. horse and foot against 1300. of the princes, being done in Harborow. Likewise newes from Ireland, with a relation of Oneales conspiracie against our men at Derry with the overthrow he had by the encounter. VVherein is set downe the rebels desire of composition, with cer

London : Printed for Richard Butler, Septem. 26. 1642
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A true relation of a great battell fought betwixt the Earle of Essex, and Prince Robert their forces, with the manner of the taking Prince Robert prisoner, and divers other commander. Signified to both houses, Sept. 20. Also the manner of the death of Sir Iohn Byron, who with twenty eight cavaleers more were slaine upon Aubingley Heath in Worcrstershire [sic], by the inhabitants of the vaile of Esom, and the rest of the cavaleers put to flight. Together with the noble resolution of the Lord Sey,

London : Printed for I. White, September 21, 1642
1642
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Exceeding good newes from the Earle of Essex and the noble commander, Sergeant Major Skippon; VVherein is declared how the said Sergeant-major Skippon, with 4000. horse and foote, met with Prince Robert [sic], with 5000. cavaliers, neere the city of Gloucester, on the twelfe of this instant December. Where they fought for the space of seven houres, and slew 800. of the cavaliers,, [sic] with the losse of 60. men, putting the rest to flight, and tooke foure pieces of ordnance, with store of other

[N.p.] : December 16. printed for Joseph Hutton, 1642
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Joyfull and welcome newes from Shrevvesbury: declaring the proceedings of both armies neer Shrewsbury, with an exact relation of a battell fought before the wals of the said town, October 3. 1642. Also a true relation of a battell fought in Wiltshire, by the Earle of Pembroke, with 500. men, against the Lord Coventry, with 1000. horse and foot, Octob. 4. Wherein 40. cavaliers were slaine, 20. taken prisoners, and all the rest put to flight, with the losse of 10. men. Brought by the last post, Oc

[London] : Printed for Th. Rider, October 7. 1642
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True newes from Harborough in Leichestershire, declaring how the Earle of Stamford met with Prince Robert as he was plundering the said towne also how the said Earle of Stamford fell upon them ... : likewise the true proceedings of the Parliaments forces in those parts of the evill-affected party and malignant spirits of their kingdome
Chapman, Andrew, fl. 1642
London : Printed for J. Upton, Septemb. 17, 1642
1642
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A True relation of the approach of Prince Rupert to that good towne of Marlborow: and how he was resisted by the townesmen, with the ayd of the faithfull militia of Wiltshire, till Serjeant Major Skippon arriv'd there with some of his excellence the Earle of Essex forces. With which he gave the said Prince Rupert battell, and obtained of him and his cavaliers a glorious victory. With a speech made by the said serjeant Major Skippon to his souldiers before the said battell, truly certified in a l

London : Printed for Iohn Matthewes, [1642]
1642
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True intelligence and joyfull newes from Ludlovv declaring a battell fought by His Excellency the Earle of Essex against Prince Robert, Prince Maurice and the rest of the cavaliers neere Ludlow October 1, 1642 : also the manner of the Earle of Essex his obtaining the victory and putting the cavaliers to flight and how he hath gained the castle and strongly fortified the town of Ludlow : together with the names of those that are taken prisoners and the number of those that are slain

London : Printed for Th. Rider, October 6, 1642
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Prince Roberts message to my Lord of Essex with an answer to his desires touching the construction of the lawes and certaine other points to the great satisfaction of all people : wherein is declared his wicked resolutions mask'd under the pretention of loyalty unto his Uncle, Our Kings Majesty : together with his desire of a pitch-field in Dunsmore-Heath with the true relation of his wicked and tyrannicall proceedings where hee goes : also the true relation of a challenge hee gave unto his exce
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682
London : Printed for Tho. Banks, Octob. 6, 1642
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Joyfull and welcome nevves from Shrevvesbury declaring the proceedings of both armies neer Shrewsbury with an exact relation of a battell fought before the Wals of the said town, October 3, 1642 : also a true relation of a battell fought in Wiltshire by the Earle of Pembroke with 500 men against the Lord Coventry with 1000 horse and foot, Octob. 4 : wherein 40 cavaliers were slaine 20 taken prisoners and all the rest put to flight with the losse of 10 men brought by the last past Octob. 6 : like

[London] : Printed for Th. Rider, October 7, 1642
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A Declaration of the Kings resolution of bring up his armie to the citie of London Prince Robert also having joyned his forces with the Kings armie : also the noble resolution of the Earle of Essex his excellence, to hinder and prevent the passage of the Kings armie by breaking downe divers bridges and planting of ordnance to oppose their coming : being a warning for the citie now to be arming and to shew their valiant courage in the defence of this honourable citie of London

London : Printed for Iohn Ashton, 1642
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Exceeding joyfull newes from Coventry declaring the happy successee of Col. Hambden, Col. Goodwyn and the citizens of Coventry against Prince Robert and his forces : who besieged Coventry of Friday last : with the number of them that were slain and the taking of Cap. Iohnson and many other prisoners : also the victorious proceedings of the Earle of Argile against the Earl of Derbie : who while the E. of Derby besieged Manchester of second time and was from thence repulsed, seized upon the Ile of

[London] : Printed for Richard West, October 19, 1642
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Exceeding ioyfull nevves out of Surrey shevving the proceedings of Prince Robert and his mischievous cavalliers since he came into those parts : as also of his attempt upon Windsor Castle : from whence being repulsed with much losse, he drew towards Kingstone : where, by some forces of his excellence the Earl of Essex, with the trained bands of Barkshire and Surty, he was beaten away : with a slaughter of six hundred cavalliers : Master Cary the keeper of Mary-bone Parke, being taken prisoner in

London : Printed for Iohn Iohnson, 1642
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