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Rochester, Henry Wilmot, Earl of, 1612?-1658
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The accusation given by His Maiestie against the Lord Wilmot: together with the Lord Wilmots declaration of his innocency. Also a petition of the officers of the old horse to His Maiesty, in behalfe of the Lord VVilmot: with his Maiesties answer thereunto. By which it is most evident, that the Lord Wilmot is in great danger of losing his head, (if hee hath not lost it already, as some affirme) for being a suiter to his Maiesty for peace; and for being averse to the proceedings of Prince Rupert,

London : Printed by Francis Leach, August 30 1644
1644
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The accvsation given by His Maiestie against the Lord VVilmot, together with the Lord Wilmots declaration of his innocency also a petition of the officers of the old horse to His Maiesty in behalfe of Lord VVilmot, with His Maiesties answer thereunto : by which it is most evident that the Lord Wilmot is in

London : Printed by Francis Leach, August 30, 1644
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Another declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning subscriptions for bringing in money, plate, and horses together with additions to the former instructions for deputy lievtenants ... as also the copy of a letter sent to Master William Crofts at the Hague by Master Henry Wilmot ... and a letter from the Earle of Warwick to Mr. John Pym ..
England and Wales. Parliament
London : Printed for N. Allen, 7 July, 1642
1642
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The answer of the Emperour of Germany to the letter sent from the King of Scots by the Lord Wilmot for supply of men and monies against England with the resolution of the Christian princes, dukes, marquesses, earles, lords, noblemen and agents at the great meeting at Regensburgh, and the King of Denmark's proceedings in reference thereunto : also the putting forth of the Dutch fleet to sea, the advance and motion of the English, and 35 sayl brought into Yarmouth, Alesborough, and Harwich : likew
Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor, 1608-1657
London : Printed for George Horton, 1653
1653
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The answer of the Emperour of Germany to the letter sent from the King of Scots, by the Lord Wilmot, for supply of men and monies against England. With the resolution of the Christian princes, dukes, marquesses, earles, lords, noblemen, and agents, at the great meeting at Regensburgh; and the King of Denmark's proceedings in reference thereunto. Also, the putting forth of the Dutch fleet to sea; the advance and motion of the English; and 35 sayl brought into Yarmouth, Alesborough, and Harwich. L
Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor, 1608-1657
London : Printed for George Horton, 1653
1653
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A coppy of Mr. Henry VVilmots letter to M. VVilliam Crofts at the Hague intercepted at sea by one of the ships in His Majesties service, and sent up to the Lord Admirall, and was delivered to the Commons by the Lords at a conferece of both houses

London : Printed by E.G. for E. Husbands and Iohn Franke, 1642
1642
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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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The Last nevves from Yorke and Hvll, 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

London : Printed fo [sic] M. T., Iuly 7, 1642
1642
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Three letters of dangerous consequences read at a conference of both Houses of Parliament : the first two from Rotterdam and date Iuly 1 & 4 stilo movo, 1642 : the other, from M. Wilmot to M. Crofts at the Hague, dated Iuly 22, 1642 : in which appears a desperate designe of the L. Digby, Cap. Hide, Sir Lewis Divers, M. Jermin. M. Percy, and divers Cavileeres against the Parliament of England : with the names of ships, number of men and amunition now in readiness to be transported into the north

London : Printed for E.G. for E. Husbands and J. Francke, 1642
1642
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