The bloudy field, or, The great engagement of the English and Scottish forces beyond sterling; with the manner of how Major Gen. Massey's Lieu colonel led on the forlorn hope against Col. Morgan, and charged each other with abundance of courage and resolution. The particulars of the fight, the event and success thereof, the number killed, taken, and wounded on both sides, and the commissions granted in the name of the King of Scots, to the English red coats that come in to his assistance. Likevvise, the imbodying of the tvvo armies on both sides, the interposing of General Monk neer the mountains, the advancing of Col. Lilburn to his assistance, the besieging of one of our chief castles, and the marching of some of the cavalry towards Cumberland.
Imprinted at London :
for George Horton,
|Series:||Early English books online.
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!