Good newes from Hull. : Being the most happie discoverie of a terrible plot against the said town; intended by Sir Charles Grantham, but discovered by Mr. Henry Brunker, sonne in law unto the said Sir Charles. The manner of the betraying to be by a false alarum at the South Port. With the summe of moneys proffered Mr. Brunker for his trust and consent. And also the manner and meanes of the discoverie. Also, the Danes fleet discovered at sea, having (as is supposed) an intent against this kingdome; with the manner how Van Trump the Dutch-admirall met with them at sea, upon the English coast. Wherein is related the manner of their battell, and how they were put to flight.
- London : Printed for J. Tompson. and Andrew Coe, June 15. 1642.
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