A great victory obtained by his Excellencie the Lord Generall Fairfax : neer the Island of Mersey, against the forces of the Lord Goring, both by land and sea, with a list of the number that were slain and taken prisoners, the sea-men totally routed, 22 pieces of ordnance taken, with all their arms, powder, match, and bullet. Also another fight at Wivner, within two miles of Coulchester, 16. slain, 40. taken prisoners, and the surprizing of Lieut. Col. Gardner, and a party of Walloons, by capt. Fisher, with his Suffolk Horse. With their examination before the generall, and their concession, touching their marching up to the walls of London, and joyning with a party to plunder the city.

London : Printed by R.W., Anno Dom 1648.
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Signed on pages5: T. Fairfax.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "June 23".
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Wing (2nd edition) G1775.
Thomason E.449[20].
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671.
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