Propositions propounded by the Marquesse of Hartford, to the Earle of Bedford, concerning the delivering up of Sherbourne-Castle. Also declaring how the Earle of Bedford, after his arrivall at Yeavel, within three miles of Sherbourne, surprised Squire Rogers, as he was going to relieve the Marquesse of Hartford, with 7. other cavaliers, which are known to be notorious papists, who had under their command neere three hundred men well horsed. Likewise how the Lord Marquesse of Hartford sallied out of the castle, and made up to their rescue, but was repulst by the troops of the E. of Bedford. Also a true information how the Earle of Bedford tooke eight hundred pounds, which Squire Rogers did intend for the relief of the said Marquesse.
Printed for Henry Fowler,
Septem. 19. 1642.
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