Three great victories, obtained by the Parliament forces against the cavaliers. [microform] : The first by the Lord Fairfax in Yorkshire: who routed 3 regiments of horse, surprised 300 horse, slew 50 on the ground. Tooke prisoners 1 lieutenant collonel, 1 serjeant major, 170 and odde souldiers. Besides divers captains, lieutenants, ensignes, and other officers. And the Scots taking of all the rivers betweene New Castle and Tinmouth Castle / Printed by a true copy of the Earl of Manchesters secretaries letter. The second by Captain Bingham and the poolemen at Dorchester, where they surpized 3000 pounds, which Prince Rupert had sent to Waymouth, and all their men, arms, and ammunition. The third by our forces at Nottingham, who upon the discovery of a bloudy plot, fell upon the enemy, slue amd took 300 prisoners, took divers horse, and 300 arms, and utterly routed them. With a full relation of the plot intended, and how it was discovered.

[London?] : Printed by Andrew Coe, according to order., February 26, 1644.
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Thomason Tracts ; 6:E.34[14].

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