An uprore at Portsmouth: : being an advertizement to all captaines and others, that are halting betweene two opinions. Shewing how Captaine Wiles, who was sent forth for the defence of the kingdome did tyrannize over his souldiers, and how hee did revolt to His Majestie. And also how his souldiers gave him his due reward in slaying him for his treacherous heart. Whereunto is added, the Parliaments determination and resolution for the defence of the kingdome. H. Elsyng Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Printed for Richard Balden,
August 18. 1642.
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|Item Description:||Reproduction of the original in the British Library.|
|Physical Description:||8 p.|
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