The Resource A true relation of the manner of taking of the Earl of Northampton, and 60. cavalliers by Colonell Hampden, and Colonell Goodwin, with some of the Lord Brookes his forces, : together with the assistance of the sheriffe and trained bands of Northampton-shire, at Deintry in the said county of Northampton on Munday last, as it was presented to the speaker of the honorable House of Commons, on Wednesday the 31. of August. Also the taking of the Earl of Carlile, Dr. Beale, Dr Martin, and Dr. Sterne, by the Parliaments forces sent to Cambridge on Tuesday last, and how Dr. Cousens made an escape, and what joy there was by the country people at their comming up to London, by bonfires and bells. Also the manner of seazing a great quantity of money, plate and ammunition neere Brackly in the said country of Northhampton, by the assistance of the major and the townes-men of Brackly. Shewing likewise how they were pursued to Oxford, and other places, and how many of them had their horses taken away. Also the manner of bringing three waggons and a cart laden with money from Southampton, taken by the Earle of Warwicke, and brought to London in a ship comming from Spaine, on Wednesday morning the said 31. of August, guarded with a troope of horse under the command of Serjeant Major Brewell

A true relation of the manner of taking of the Earl of Northampton, and 60. cavalliers by Colonell Hampden, and Colonell Goodwin, with some of the Lord Brookes his forces, : together with the assistance of the sheriffe and trained bands of Northampton-shire, at Deintry in the said county of Northampton on Munday last, as it was presented to the speaker of the honorable House of Commons, on Wednesday the 31. of August. Also the taking of the Earl of Carlile, Dr. Beale, Dr Martin, and Dr. Sterne, by the Parliaments forces sent to Cambridge on Tuesday last, and how Dr. Cousens made an escape, and what joy there was by the country people at their comming up to London, by bonfires and bells. Also the manner of seazing a great quantity of money, plate and ammunition neere Brackly in the said country of Northhampton, by the assistance of the major and the townes-men of Brackly. Shewing likewise how they were pursued to Oxford, and other places, and how many of them had their horses taken away. Also the manner of bringing three waggons and a cart laden with money from Southampton, taken by the Earle of Warwicke, and brought to London in a ship comming from Spaine, on Wednesday morning the said 31. of August, guarded with a troope of horse under the command of Serjeant Major Brewell

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A true relation of the manner of taking of the Earl of Northampton, and 60. cavalliers by Colonell Hampden, and Colonell Goodwin, with some of the Lord Brookes his forces, : together with the assistance of the sheriffe and trained bands of Northampton-shire, at Deintry in the said county of Northampton on Munday last, as it was presented to the speaker of the honorable House of Commons, on Wednesday the 31. of August. Also the taking of the Earl of Carlile, Dr. Beale, Dr Martin, and Dr. Sterne, by the Parliaments forces sent to Cambridge on Tuesday last, and how Dr. Cousens made an escape, and what joy there was by the country people at their comming up to London, by bonfires and bells. Also the manner of seazing a great quantity of money, plate and ammunition neere Brackly in the said country of Northhampton, by the assistance of the major and the townes-men of Brackly. Shewing likewise how they were pursued to Oxford, and other places, and how many of them had their horses taken away. Also the manner of bringing three waggons and a cart laden with money from Southampton, taken by the Earle of Warwicke, and brought to London in a ship comming from Spaine, on Wednesday morning the said 31. of August, guarded with a troope of horse under the command of Serjeant Major Brewell
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A true relation of the manner of taking of the Earl of Northampton, and 60. cavalliers by Colonell Hampden, and Colonell Goodwin, with some of the Lord Brookes his forces,
Title remainder
together with the assistance of the sheriffe and trained bands of Northampton-shire, at Deintry in the said county of Northampton on Munday last, as it was presented to the speaker of the honorable House of Commons, on Wednesday the 31. of August. Also the taking of the Earl of Carlile, Dr. Beale, Dr Martin, and Dr. Sterne, by the Parliaments forces sent to Cambridge on Tuesday last, and how Dr. Cousens made an escape, and what joy there was by the country people at their comming up to London, by bonfires and bells. Also the manner of seazing a great quantity of money, plate and ammunition neere Brackly in the said country of Northhampton, by the assistance of the major and the townes-men of Brackly. Shewing likewise how they were pursued to Oxford, and other places, and how many of them had their horses taken away. Also the manner of bringing three waggons and a cart laden with money from Southampton, taken by the Earle of Warwicke, and brought to London in a ship comming from Spaine, on Wednesday morning the said 31. of August, guarded with a troope of horse under the command of Serjeant Major Brewell
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Language
eng
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • T2999
  • E.115[14]
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  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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  • Brooke, Robert Greville
  • Goodwin, Arthur
  • Hampden, John
  • Northampton, Spencer Compton
  • Warwick, Robert Rich
  • Great Britain
  • Northamptonshire (England)
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general
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A true relation of the manner of taking of the Earl of Northampton, and 60. cavalliers by Colonell Hampden, and Colonell Goodwin, with some of the Lord Brookes his forces, : together with the assistance of the sheriffe and trained bands of Northampton-shire, at Deintry in the said county of Northampton on Munday last, as it was presented to the speaker of the honorable House of Commons, on Wednesday the 31. of August. Also the taking of the Earl of Carlile, Dr. Beale, Dr Martin, and Dr. Sterne, by the Parliaments forces sent to Cambridge on Tuesday last, and how Dr. Cousens made an escape, and what joy there was by the country people at their comming up to London, by bonfires and bells. Also the manner of seazing a great quantity of money, plate and ammunition neere Brackly in the said country of Northhampton, by the assistance of the major and the townes-men of Brackly. Shewing likewise how they were pursued to Oxford, and other places, and how many of them had their horses taken away. Also the manner of bringing three waggons and a cart laden with money from Southampton, taken by the Earle of Warwicke, and brought to London in a ship comming from Spaine, on Wednesday morning the said 31. of August, guarded with a troope of horse under the command of Serjeant Major Brewell
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  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Sept: 3"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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[2], 6 p.
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A true relation of the manner of taking of the Earl of Northampton, and 60. cavalliers by Colonell Hampden, and Colonell Goodwin, with some of the Lord Brookes his forces, : together with the assistance of the sheriffe and trained bands of Northampton-shire, at Deintry in the said county of Northampton on Munday last, as it was presented to the speaker of the honorable House of Commons, on Wednesday the 31. of August. Also the taking of the Earl of Carlile, Dr. Beale, Dr Martin, and Dr. Sterne, by the Parliaments forces sent to Cambridge on Tuesday last, and how Dr. Cousens made an escape, and what joy there was by the country people at their comming up to London, by bonfires and bells. Also the manner of seazing a great quantity of money, plate and ammunition neere Brackly in the said country of Northhampton, by the assistance of the major and the townes-men of Brackly. Shewing likewise how they were pursued to Oxford, and other places, and how many of them had their horses taken away. Also the manner of bringing three waggons and a cart laden with money from Southampton, taken by the Earle of Warwicke, and brought to London in a ship comming from Spaine, on Wednesday morning the said 31. of August, guarded with a troope of horse under the command of Serjeant Major Brewell
Publication
Note
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Sept: 3"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
eebo99871526
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 6 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
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0051000001
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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