Hulls managing of the kingdoms cause: or, A brief historicall relation of the severall plots and attempts against Kingston upon Hull, from the beginning of these unhappy differences to this day; and the means whereby through Gods blessing it hath been preserved, and the kingdom in it. Expressed in five particulars, viz. I. In settling it in the hands of the Parliament. II. In Sir Iohn Hothams refusall to give His Majesty entrance. III. In the first siege by the cavaliers. IV. In the change of the Government. V. In the latter siege by the Earl of Newcastle. To which is added, a short relation of the present state of the Northern counties, and the posture of the English and Scots armies before York, with the manner of the siege; also, a postscript to the reader.
Printed for Richard Best at Grayes-Inne gate,
Iune 18. 1644.
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