Bloudy nevves from Kent being a relation of the great fight at Rochester and Maidstone, betwixt the Parliaments army under the comand of the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the Kentish forces commanded by Generall Hales. With the number that were slain and taken prisoners, and a list of the Kentish commanders, and the town of Maidstone taken. Squire Hales Generall. Sir Thomas Peyton Lieutenant Generall. The Lord Goring. Col. Washington. Sir George Lisle. Col. Dudley. Sir William Compton. Col. Hacker. Col. Tracy. Col. Hales. Col. Dorrell. Col. Godfrey. Col. Hammond. Col. Hardresse. Col. Lee. Likewise, the proceedings and resolution of Col. Cook and his regiment of butchers.
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