A bloudy fight in France, between the Kings army, and the Parliaments, neer the city of Paris: with the manner how the citizens sallyed forth, and the great defeat given them by His Majesties horse, commanded by the titular Duke of York; with the besieging of the city; and a treaty for the surrender: also, a great victory obtained by the English against the French at sea; the number of ships sunk and taken; and the seizing of the most richest prize that hath been known for many years.
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Annotation on Thomason copy: "may. 15".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
, 6 p.