A happy victory obtained by the trained band of Oxford, against 400. cavaleers that had intrencht themselves neere the said city. Sept. 7. 1642. With the manner how the battell was fought, and the number of those that were slain on both sides. Whereunto is annexed the resolution of the Earle of Essex, Lord generall of the Parliaments army, who is set forth from London on Friday, Septemb. 9. Declaring the places where he is now reported to march. With the comming of 1100. Welchmen to the Standard at Nottingham. Signified to the House of Commons, Sep. 8.
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