Two great victories: one at Dover against Sir Richard Hardreds, and 2000 officers and souldiers. The block-houses taken, with 30 piece of ordnance, by Coll: Rich, the castle relieved, and the enemy pursued. Another victory in Wales : Tinby Castle taken by Lieutenant Gen: Crumwell. And Coll: Powel, Coll: Kemish, Coll: Donell, and 30 officers, all prisoners at mercy, 20 piece of ordnance taken, 300 armes, 40 horse, 5 coulours, and 4 barrels of gunpowder. Also a letter from Bovv, of transactions between the commissioners of Parliament, and the Essex men, Sir VVilliam Hicks, and divers others taken prisoners.
Printed at London :
by Robert Ibbitson, in Smithfield, neer the Queenes-head Tavern,
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