A true relation of the most vvofull and miserable state and condition of those distressed prisoners, taken by His Maiesties forces, and deteined and kept in the Castle at Oxford VVith the inhumane, unspeakable, and unheard-of usage of their keeper or gaoler Captaine Thomas Smith the Marshall Generall. As also, a relation of the execrable cruelties of the cavaliers in Yorkshire, upon a young man, horsing him, and hanging lead waights upon his legges untill he dyed. Written, and sent by a poore gentleman a prisoner there, to a gentleman a friend of his here in London.
printed for Thomas Underhill,
January 13. 1643.[i.e. 1644]
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