A perfect relation of the proceedings of both armies since the begining of the battaile on Sunday at one of the clocke, to Tuesday at night being fought between Banbury and Brackley in the county of Oxford. Likewise declaring what prisoners of note are taken, with the true estate of both armies at this present. The names of the prisoners. The E. of Lindsey, generall of the field. The L. Digby, Col. Stradling. Coll. Vavasor, commander of the guard and standard. Col. Lunsford. Likewise how the Kings standard was taken by His Excelencies own hand, ten pieces of ordnance and [illegible] colours, besides 3. or 4. thousand men slaine. Reported to the House of Commons by a post which came from the Army.
printed by T.F. for T.V.,
Octob. 17. 1642.
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