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Victorious news from the Earle of Essex Being a true relation of a famous battaile fought betwixt His Excellencie and the Lord Strange upon the second dayes march from Northampton; their being slain on the Lord Strange his side forty, and but five slaine of the Earle of Essex. Wherein is declared how the Lord Strange was taken prisoner with five other chiefe commanders, there being found a warrant about the Lord [sic] Strange concerning the commission of array, which the Earle of Essex tooke. The number of armes and ammunition that was taken from the cavaleers the 19. Sept. 1642. 7. drummes. 5. peece of ordnance. 500. pikes. and 650. muskets. 109. horse with sadles. 220. pistols. 109. carbines. As many bridles. 1200. swords. with 3. cart load of materials for warre as spades. &c Published to prevent all false copies.

Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : printed for Wil. Cooke, Septem. 23. [1642]
Series:Early English books online.
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