New propositions from the kingdom of Scotland to His Highnesse Charles Prince of Wales; concerning the Kings Majesty, and His Highnesse, and the resolution and desires of the Scottish army thereupon. Presented to His Highnesse, aboard the Royall Convertine, and signed, Crawford Lindsay. Also, the Duke of York's letter to His Royall father the King, concerning the navie. And the proceedings of His Majesty, in relation to the three Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Likewise, Two bloudy fights in the North; the first, betweene His Majesties forces and the Parliaments at Scarborough in Yorkshire, with the number killed and taken, and Col. Bointons hanging out a flag of defiance against the Parliament. The second, between the Scots and Lieut. Gen. Cromwel, as also another fight in Staffordshire between the Kings forces and the Parliments, a Colonell killed, and divers taken prisoners.
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