The Resource A continuation of the most remarkable passages in both Houses of Parliament : and divers parts of this kingdome, and else-where. From Saturday the 26 of November, till Saturday the 3 of December 1642. Namely; I The comming of a Danish Embassadour to the King at Reding. 2 The inclination of divers noble men and both the Houses for an accommodation with his Majesty, if he would hearken to their just councells. 3 Thirdly an attempt made by divers papists and cavaliers for the surprisall of Hull, with their discovery. 4 The plundring of alderman Nicksons house in Oxford, to the value of six hundred pounds by some cavalier schollers. 5 The Prince of Orange his attempt on Amsterdam, with the successe thereof. 6 An order for the advancing og te Lord Generall toward the cavaliers. 7 The plundering the good towne of Ockingham in Surrey by the cavaliers...18 A post from my Lord Fairefax concerning the delivery of Yorke. With sundry other passages, by G.H

A continuation of the most remarkable passages in both Houses of Parliament : and divers parts of this kingdome, and else-where. From Saturday the 26 of November, till Saturday the 3 of December 1642. Namely; I The comming of a Danish Embassadour to the King at Reding. 2 The inclination of divers noble men and both the Houses for an accommodation with his Majesty, if he would hearken to their just councells. 3 Thirdly an attempt made by divers papists and cavaliers for the surprisall of Hull, with their discovery. 4 The plundring of alderman Nicksons house in Oxford, to the value of six hundred pounds by some cavalier schollers. 5 The Prince of Orange his attempt on Amsterdam, with the successe thereof. 6 An order for the advancing og te Lord Generall toward the cavaliers. 7 The plundering the good towne of Ockingham in Surrey by the cavaliers...18 A post from my Lord Fairefax concerning the delivery of Yorke. With sundry other passages, by G.H

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A continuation of the most remarkable passages in both Houses of Parliament : and divers parts of this kingdome, and else-where. From Saturday the 26 of November, till Saturday the 3 of December 1642. Namely; I The comming of a Danish Embassadour to the King at Reding. 2 The inclination of divers noble men and both the Houses for an accommodation with his Majesty, if he would hearken to their just councells. 3 Thirdly an attempt made by divers papists and cavaliers for the surprisall of Hull, with their discovery. 4 The plundring of alderman Nicksons house in Oxford, to the value of six hundred pounds by some cavalier schollers. 5 The Prince of Orange his attempt on Amsterdam, with the successe thereof. 6 An order for the advancing og te Lord Generall toward the cavaliers. 7 The plundering the good towne of Ockingham in Surrey by the cavaliers...18 A post from my Lord Fairefax concerning the delivery of Yorke. With sundry other passages, by G.H
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A continuation of the most remarkable passages in both Houses of Parliament
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and divers parts of this kingdome, and else-where. From Saturday the 26 of November, till Saturday the 3 of December 1642. Namely; I The comming of a Danish Embassadour to the King at Reding. 2 The inclination of divers noble men and both the Houses for an accommodation with his Majesty, if he would hearken to their just councells. 3 Thirdly an attempt made by divers papists and cavaliers for the surprisall of Hull, with their discovery. 4 The plundring of alderman Nicksons house in Oxford, to the value of six hundred pounds by some cavalier schollers. 5 The Prince of Orange his attempt on Amsterdam, with the successe thereof. 6 An order for the advancing og te Lord Generall toward the cavaliers. 7 The plundering the good towne of Ockingham in Surrey by the cavaliers...18 A post from my Lord Fairefax concerning the delivery of Yorke. With sundry other passages, by G.H
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A continuation of the most remarkable passages in both Houses of Parliament : and divers parts of this kingdome, and else-where. From Saturday the 26 of November, till Saturday the 3 of December 1642. Namely; I The comming of a Danish Embassadour to the King at Reding. 2 The inclination of divers noble men and both the Houses for an accommodation with his Majesty, if he would hearken to their just councells. 3 Thirdly an attempt made by divers papists and cavaliers for the surprisall of Hull, with their discovery. 4 The plundring of alderman Nicksons house in Oxford, to the value of six hundred pounds by some cavalier schollers. 5 The Prince of Orange his attempt on Amsterdam, with the successe thereof. 6 An order for the advancing og te Lord Generall toward the cavaliers. 7 The plundering the good towne of Ockingham in Surrey by the cavaliers...18 A post from my Lord Fairefax concerning the delivery of Yorke. With sundry other passages, by G.H
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A continuation of the most remarkable passages in both Houses of Parliament : and divers parts of this kingdome, and else-where. From Saturday the 26 of November, till Saturday the 3 of December 1642. Namely; I The comming of a Danish Embassadour to the King at Reding. 2 The inclination of divers noble men and both the Houses for an accommodation with his Majesty, if he would hearken to their just councells. 3 Thirdly an attempt made by divers papists and cavaliers for the surprisall of Hull, with their discovery. 4 The plundring of alderman Nicksons house in Oxford, to the value of six hundred pounds by some cavalier schollers. 5 The Prince of Orange his attempt on Amsterdam, with the successe thereof. 6 An order for the advancing og te Lord Generall toward the cavaliers. 7 The plundering the good towne of Ockingham in Surrey by the cavaliers...18 A post from my Lord Fairefax concerning the delivery of Yorke. With sundry other passages, by G.H
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8 p.
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