Perfect Occurences Of Parliament, August 16, 1644

Perfect Occurences Of Parliament

August 16, 1644

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 16, 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 16, 1644, London, Middlesex Occurrences OF P A R LI AM ENT i And Chief COLLECTIONS of of f Victories j Obtained by Lord p Sir p of Lord 1 11 J j j j Letters from the Parliament to tkc King and dire his Excellency to Alfo taken by tht Storiette newes from t performed by thf Ear Iof and the pe The K and carriages by the men te Greenvill farced ts flye ts the other All tlx taken at on bet h Letters from Sir Thomas Ru pert and divers other pert ic From Friday the 16 of till Friday the of the Ordered by tie Lords and Commons in Parliament that Humphry Edwards find John Corbet fay the they are to receive from the when they received t Col Ion el Mi JOHN BROWN FR ID Ow mad is the condition of the Cavaliers now by many One Sir Paul Harris a Agent of theirs in be ing at the low of their y fell mad and was fo handled 3 tha cried otic raving there they ore 5 they ase w all liners Earls d y J fee them come in left are fiali fre doe f and the like j and in chis fad condition a few he died at And Mailer high for the one that liath been very the Par ro of his and other cJ friends quartering wuLin s houie an nine miles from towards there Was felit him a that a to him that hath been fo good a friend ro The Warrant Was thus To the s EDWARDS Hich 1 J tr tie v J Hu rs i to this time Prim Rumens hazard his ;