A true relation of the manner of the taking of Sir George Booth, on Tuesday night last, at Newport-Pannel, being disguised in womans apparel With his speech to Mr. John Gibbs, minister of the town, upon the entring of his chamber. Likewise, the Parliaments resolve, touching the said Sir George; and the order for committing of him close prisoner to the Tower of London for high-treason, on Wednesday in the evening; and to be kept from having the use of pen, ink, or paper. Also, his examination in the Tower, by Sir Henry Vane, and Sir Arthur Haslerigg; according to Order of Parliament.
printed for Nathaniel Cobb,
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