Perfect Occurences Of Parliament, August 9, 1644

Perfect Occurences Of Parliament

August 09, 1644

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 9, 1644

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Publication name: Perfect Occurences Of Parliament

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 430

Years available: 1644 - 1900

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Perfect Occurences Of Parliament (Newspaper) - August 9, 1644, London, Middlesex C Jolt S There was of the Rebels that had quarter for their only about and uhey to without according to the fc many women and Children with chat it is be every Souldier had his their number Was fo Tkc thai came ou of Ireland are returned thither again to kpe the Rebels being their commander in their number being about f And the Committee Defire that Warham be continued a for the of the and and lying in eke hem of the and accordingly have placed J men therein for the fent good in that Country to fettle the This day did there Came Intelligence from that Colonell had received a wound in one of his by a bullet from he ene and that they had out of and taken one of our and burnt fome of our carried into Baling of which it they want our Siegers are in good hopes of taking and they within are ready Co T E S D 4 THis day the Parliament fate not by the onely the Com the who had intelligence that the two Scotch and fome other who tame over from in a boate were taken by the Rebels Lhat put in the Hands of but there is order taken for their though upon hard without which the Enemy will no yeeld to any if we can heare where they But fure the Earle of Calenders marching that way Re bells are and we heare not that they are though they came thither with fo great more we here WE D NE S D A THis day Letters were read at a which came from my Lord A Letter from to my to friend y REX which begun Eft Ufing many motives to move tie Lord to never any in En gland had that power which he nor never hall have again and ufing many arguments to move him to Come in with his Bis fent like wife of his to wherein he declared his brave for the and and the laws of the from Which nothing make him fetit another Letter to io him to a and the Kings Finh and to more ;