The Scotch occurrences impartially relating, the present state and condition of both armies; with their several actions, designs, and motions; and the desperate ousets and victorious atchievments obtained at Ruthin Castle. Likevvise, the orders of General Monk to all the English forces, to march up against the highlanders in one intire body; and the speech of Gen. Middleton to his souldiers, declaring, that if their enemies vvere one hundred thousand strong, there were enow to be killed, enow to be taken prisoners, and enow to run away. Together with a relation of the great and memorable engagement, the event and success thereof, and the particulars of the loss on both sides.
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