The Resource A True relation of Sir VVilliam VVallers advance into the King's quarters, : and his taking of Colonell Renegado Hurrey (and divers others) with the particulars of his examination before the committee of both kingdomes. With a defeat given the enemy at Milborne House, by the Earle of Denbigh's horse, and Colonell Massey, 60. slain, 100. taken prisoners, 200. armes taken, the rest-routed and fled further into Wales. And the taking of Croyland by the enemy. Also the discovery of a treacherous designe, whereby Colonell Levison would have seduced Captaine Tuthill to have betrayed Russell Hall, by profering him 2000. pound: and all the letters and articles between them, their agents taken, his own prisoners released, and other matters of note related at large: as it was presented by Captaine Tuthill to the committee of both kingdomes. Published according to order

A True relation of Sir VVilliam VVallers advance into the King's quarters, : and his taking of Colonell Renegado Hurrey (and divers others) with the particulars of his examination before the committee of both kingdomes. With a defeat given the enemy at Milborne House, by the Earle of Denbigh's horse, and Colonell Massey, 60. slain, 100. taken prisoners, 200. armes taken, the rest-routed and fled further into Wales. And the taking of Croyland by the enemy. Also the discovery of a treacherous designe, whereby Colonell Levison would have seduced Captaine Tuthill to have betrayed Russell Hall, by profering him 2000. pound: and all the letters and articles between them, their agents taken, his own prisoners released, and other matters of note related at large: as it was presented by Captaine Tuthill to the committee of both kingdomes. Published according to order

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A True relation of Sir VVilliam VVallers advance into the King's quarters, : and his taking of Colonell Renegado Hurrey (and divers others) with the particulars of his examination before the committee of both kingdomes. With a defeat given the enemy at Milborne House, by the Earle of Denbigh's horse, and Colonell Massey, 60. slain, 100. taken prisoners, 200. armes taken, the rest-routed and fled further into Wales. And the taking of Croyland by the enemy. Also the discovery of a treacherous designe, whereby Colonell Levison would have seduced Captaine Tuthill to have betrayed Russell Hall, by profering him 2000. pound: and all the letters and articles between them, their agents taken, his own prisoners released, and other matters of note related at large: as it was presented by Captaine Tuthill to the committee of both kingdomes. Published according to order
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A True relation of Sir VVilliam VVallers advance into the King's quarters,
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and his taking of Colonell Renegado Hurrey (and divers others) with the particulars of his examination before the committee of both kingdomes. With a defeat given the enemy at Milborne House, by the Earle of Denbigh's horse, and Colonell Massey, 60. slain, 100. taken prisoners, 200. armes taken, the rest-routed and fled further into Wales. And the taking of Croyland by the enemy. Also the discovery of a treacherous designe, whereby Colonell Levison would have seduced Captaine Tuthill to have betrayed Russell Hall, by profering him 2000. pound: and all the letters and articles between them, their agents taken, his own prisoners released, and other matters of note related at large: as it was presented by Captaine Tuthill to the committee of both kingdomes. Published according to order
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Cu-RivES
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  • T2916
  • E.12[6]
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  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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True relation of Sir William Wallers advance into the King's quarters.
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  • Waller, William
  • Great Britain
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A True relation of Sir VVilliam VVallers advance into the King's quarters, : and his taking of Colonell Renegado Hurrey (and divers others) with the particulars of his examination before the committee of both kingdomes. With a defeat given the enemy at Milborne House, by the Earle of Denbigh's horse, and Colonell Massey, 60. slain, 100. taken prisoners, 200. armes taken, the rest-routed and fled further into Wales. And the taking of Croyland by the enemy. Also the discovery of a treacherous designe, whereby Colonell Levison would have seduced Captaine Tuthill to have betrayed Russell Hall, by profering him 2000. pound: and all the letters and articles between them, their agents taken, his own prisoners released, and other matters of note related at large: as it was presented by Captaine Tuthill to the committee of both kingdomes. Published according to order
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  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Oct 8"
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A True relation of Sir VVilliam VVallers advance into the King's quarters, : and his taking of Colonell Renegado Hurrey (and divers others) with the particulars of his examination before the committee of both kingdomes. With a defeat given the enemy at Milborne House, by the Earle of Denbigh's horse, and Colonell Massey, 60. slain, 100. taken prisoners, 200. armes taken, the rest-routed and fled further into Wales. And the taking of Croyland by the enemy. Also the discovery of a treacherous designe, whereby Colonell Levison would have seduced Captaine Tuthill to have betrayed Russell Hall, by profering him 2000. pound: and all the letters and articles between them, their agents taken, his own prisoners released, and other matters of note related at large: as it was presented by Captaine Tuthill to the committee of both kingdomes. Published according to order
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Note
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Oct 8"
  • Reproduction of the original in the 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
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eebo99872811
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unknown
Extent
[2], 6 p.
File format
one file format
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electronic
Level of compression
lossless
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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cl0051000001
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Electronic reproduction.
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