Mercuius Civicus, July 29, 1643

Mercuius Civicus

July 29, 1643

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Issue date: Wednesday, July 29, 1643

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Monday, July 13, 1643

Next edition: Tuesday, August 11, 1643

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Publication name: Mercuius Civicus

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 686

Years available: 1643 - 1900

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Mercuius Civicus (Newspaper) - July 29, 1643, London, Middlesex when he came i bee may be tnat ncc had loft taken him by the ment and that he had never a able to carry mm two miles out of the Towne one of the Troopers wounds and that he would carry him and if that did not he would dragge him along with a hal ter athis abominating fe great boldly told them that he would never be a Have to fo from them tooke m the and hut the dore upon and perceiving the dore on the other fide of the Church the People having it for their he and though he made whac he he tobe prevented by one oi the Troopers who was come about and was ready to enter the Church on backe which Loft tooke up the f Bar re of the and refol utely runne at the Trooper to ie mm This un fo valiantly pat the Trooper to a whereby gained time the dore having hut both the Church and being fled for feare the Clarke at a hole gave him the key of the Belfrey Loft not thinking enough in the gets up into the and lockes the dores faft after being come to the place where the Bells he overhead a little only bigge enough for a man to creep thorow anda ladder which ed up unto Lofe goes up the and the hole gets upon the and with great difficulty drawes the ladder after being maffey and very heavy by he did not only deprive his of the meanes to come at but with she ladder laid over the hole and now being had he had any weapon ro defend be sng thus he bad been Impregnable while in the Belfrey of the Troopers are at the thurch endeavouring to wrench out the Iron but with out any at laft their Poleaxes and great Graven oi the dead ;

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