The Kings Maiesties resolution concerning his marching toward London with his army. : Also a true declaration of His Majesties proceedings, since he went to Oxford: With the substance of a proclamation, which His Majesty caused to be read in the said city. Also manifesting the cruelty of Prince Robert [sic], in plundering the towne of Keinton in Warwickeshire, and putting the inhabitants to the sword.

London : Printed by T. Favvcet for R. C., Nov. 1. 1642.
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Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682 -- Early works to 1800.
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A slight, vague piece, attributing to Endymion Porter the King's plan of retreating from Hanwell to Oxford and belittling the royalist army. ... The proclamation was one of general pardon to all who submit. Cf. Madan.
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Madan II 1050.
Thomason E.126[4].
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.
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