The Resource A Barbarous and inhumane speech spoken by the Lord Wentworth, sonne to the late Earle of Straford : vvhere he incourageth his souldiers to plunder townes, and ravish virgins with many more inhumane outrages : also a protestation made by the said Lord VVentworth : wherein he sollemnely protesteth to revenge his fathers death on all the Kingdome : likewise a true relation of a cruell combate that happened betweene the said Lord Wentworths regiment, and the regiment under the command of Prince Robert : where they slew above 800 of their owne men, in striving who should plunder the towne of Cieitur on thuriday [sic] December 21

A Barbarous and inhumane speech spoken by the Lord Wentworth, sonne to the late Earle of Straford : vvhere he incourageth his souldiers to plunder townes, and ravish virgins with many more inhumane outrages : also a protestation made by the said Lord VVentworth : wherein he sollemnely protesteth to revenge his fathers death on all the Kingdome : likewise a true relation of a cruell combate that happened betweene the said Lord Wentworths regiment, and the regiment under the command of Prince Robert : where they slew above 800 of their owne men, in striving who should plunder the towne of Cieitur on thuriday [sic] December 21

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A Barbarous and inhumane speech spoken by the Lord Wentworth, sonne to the late Earle of Straford : vvhere he incourageth his souldiers to plunder townes, and ravish virgins with many more inhumane outrages : also a protestation made by the said Lord VVentworth : wherein he sollemnely protesteth to revenge his fathers death on all the Kingdome : likewise a true relation of a cruell combate that happened betweene the said Lord Wentworths regiment, and the regiment under the command of Prince Robert : where they slew above 800 of their owne men, in striving who should plunder the towne of Cieitur on thuriday [sic] December 21
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A Barbarous and inhumane speech spoken by the Lord Wentworth, sonne to the late Earle of Straford
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vvhere he incourageth his souldiers to plunder townes, and ravish virgins with many more inhumane outrages : also a protestation made by the said Lord VVentworth : wherein he sollemnely protesteth to revenge his fathers death on all the Kingdome : likewise a true relation of a cruell combate that happened betweene the said Lord Wentworths regiment, and the regiment under the command of Prince Robert : where they slew above 800 of their owne men, in striving who should plunder the towne of Cieitur on thuriday [sic] December 21
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1626-1695
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Strafford, Wiiliam Wentworth
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  • Strafford, Thomas Wentworth
  • Strafford, William Wentworth
  • Great Britain
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A Barbarous and inhumane speech spoken by the Lord Wentworth, sonne to the late Earle of Straford : vvhere he incourageth his souldiers to plunder townes, and ravish virgins with many more inhumane outrages : also a protestation made by the said Lord VVentworth : wherein he sollemnely protesteth to revenge his fathers death on all the Kingdome : likewise a true relation of a cruell combate that happened betweene the said Lord Wentworths regiment, and the regiment under the command of Prince Robert : where they slew above 800 of their owne men, in striving who should plunder the towne of Cieitur on thuriday [sic] December 21
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A Barbarous and inhumane speech spoken by the Lord Wentworth, sonne to the late Earle of Straford : vvhere he incourageth his souldiers to plunder townes, and ravish virgins with many more inhumane outrages : also a protestation made by the said Lord VVentworth : wherein he sollemnely protesteth to revenge his fathers death on all the Kingdome : likewise a true relation of a cruell combate that happened betweene the said Lord Wentworths regiment, and the regiment under the command of Prince Robert : where they slew above 800 of their owne men, in striving who should plunder the towne of Cieitur on thuriday [sic] December 21
Publication
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Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
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online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
eebo12124050
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unknown
Extent
[8] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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cl0037000007
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Electronic reproduction.
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