True newes out of Herefordshire. Being a certaine and exact relation, of a battell fought betweene the Lord Marquesse Hertford, the Lord Herbert, and their cavaliers, in number six thousand men. Against the Earle of Stamford, and his forces in those parts; being the trained bands of that countrey, and others adjoyning. As also some companies left there with the said earle of Stamford, by his excellence the Earle of Essex. Wherein the said Earle of Stamford obtained a glorious victory: killing two thousand and five hundred of the marquesse his souldiers. Together with a mighty disturbance hapning in this city and the suburbs thereof, by reason of a sodain alarum, given about twelve a clocke at night, in the said city and suburbs on Wednesday last.
Printed for Fr. Wright,
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