The Valiant resolvtion of the sea-men, listed under the command of the Earle of VVarwicke : who upon Munday last most valiantly flew many of the cavaliers that were coming from Kingston to take Sion-house : and how they were constrayned to sinke their two ships, because the cavaliers should not take their ordnance : also a trve relation of the meeting of both armies betweene Brainford and Acton : shewing the behavior the Lord Robert upon Brainford bridge : slaying many of the cavaliers with small losse of his owne forces : vvith the most valiant service of Colonell Hampden, and Collonell Hollis, against Prince Rupert upon Turnham Greene : together vvith the most barbarous cruelty of of [sic] diverse cavaliers, upon Mr. Peitey his wife at Acton.
Printed by Thomas Hanson,
November 16, 1642.
|Series:||Early English Books, 1641-1700
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!