Good newes from Colonel Hollis his regiment declaring the proceedings of the voluntiers that set forth with him from London, in an overthrow given to the Cavaliers, and putting them into flight neer Vxbridge. Also a relation of great store of ammunition found under a hay-mow in Salisbury-Court in London, and brought into Guild-Hall, Aug. 19 likewise the true copie of a letter sent from Leicestershire by M. Burton, a messenger belonging to the Parliament-House, to a gentleman in London. Wherein is declared how three wain-load of ammunition was taken from the Cavaliers, and sent to Coventry, as it was intended to have been sent from Leicester to Warwick. H. Elsynge, cler. Parl. d. Com.
Printed for Io. Iohnson,
August 20. 1642.
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