A true relation of the death of the Lord Brooks, who was slaine by a bullet discharged against him as he stood in a window aginst the Minster at Lichfield VVith the description of a bloody conspiracy prevented by Gods providence, from destroying the councell of warre at Stratford upon Avon, wherein is a true relation of these particulers following. 1. Of the ... of the Lord Brooks his army. 2. The Parliament forces that went to Stratford. The Lord Brooks. Colonell Purifoys. Captaine Bridges. Captaine Hunt. Captaine Gardner and his regiment. A regiment of dragooners. A regiment of foot. 3. The cavaliers commanders. Colonell Wagstaffe. L. Robert. Ser. Ma. Russel. Captaine Triske. L. Sallington, &c. 4. The manner of the fight at Stratford. ... 6. The blowing up of the town-hall, and the hurt it did. ... 9. Advertisement to the city of London.
printed for Tho. Bates, and are to be sold at his shop in the old Baily,
anno. Dom. 1643.
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