The declaration of Duke Hamilton, concerning his engagement against England, and his coming in with the King of Scots. And, his speech and confession made to divers officers of the Army, upon his death-bed; with the protestation and resolution of the citizens of VVorcester concerning the present government. Also, the old Dutchesse of Hamilton's prophesie (grandmother to the foresaid Duke) concerning the routing of the Scots army, and the extirpation of the family of the Stuarts. Together, with the copy of a letter from Edenburgh in Scotland, communicating the transactions of affaires in that nation.
|Main Author:||Hamilton, William Hamilton, Duke of, 1616-1651.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
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