A true and perfect relation of the chiefe passages in Middlesex: between the forces of the malignants, and those assembled for the defence of the kingdome. Shewing the approaches of Prince Robert into those parts as far as Turneham-Green, on this side of Branford: Where on Saturday last the twelfth of November, and on Sunday they had a skirmish. With the defeat hapning to the said Prince and his cavaliers by our forces, being slain at least eight hundred of those malignants. With the manner of their retreit towards Kent; to the great rejoycing of this honourable city, and all good people that love the High Court of Parliament.
Printed for Iohn Iohnson,
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