A great and bloudy fight in France between the Kings army, commanded by General Turenne, the Duke of York, and the Lord Digby; against fifteen thousand horse & foot under the command of the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Wittenburgh, and the Duke of Guise. With the particulars of this memorable and desperate engagement; the manner how the said Duke of York led on the Forlorn-Hope, and gave the onset of the day with 2000 horse, against Chevalier de Guise; and after a gallant charge routed him, and beat him up to the main-body. Also, the number killed and taken prisoners; the regaining of all the ordnance and train of artillery; the retreating of the Prince of Conde; and the D. of Lorain's coming into the field with 5000 to behold this bloudy tragedy, fighting neither for King nor Parliament. With a letter from Amsterdam, comprising the affairs and designe now on foot in Holland.
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