Terrible and true nevves from Beverley and the city of Yorke. VVherein is a true relation of the beseiging of the town of Hull, by the Kings Majesty, with six thousand horse and foot, on Thursday, Iuly 7. 1642. Also of Sir John Hothams drowning the country within foure miles of Hull, and what hath happened since, and His Maiesties resolution concerning it. With the Lord Digbies entertainment at the court, and divers remarkeable passages Yorke, from the third of Iuly to the ninth of the same, sent in a letter from Yorke to a freind in London. Iuly the twelfth. 1642.
|Main Author:||P. H.|
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