Perfect Occurences Of Parliament, October 18, 1644

Perfect Occurences Of Parliament

October 18, 1644

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 18, 1644

Pages available: 6

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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) - October 18, 1644, London, Middlesex Occurrences F PARLIAMENT And Chief COLLECTIONS of of good Services done by The Lord CLord a forces The Earl S cSir S c j C Scots A tke upon whit conditions it WAS Letter the Parliament Sir other Officers taken by how Sir Thomas hith driven tbs Enemy front their Garths The Lord of tnd other Kings forces by Sir William Waller At Kings The keep the King from W the Letters from ear that Are The for Ordered to bt fini to the before the Lieutenant an taken and em Order for execution the the of the FR ID Id I not give warning two Weeks the plots and the City of and Ga the Parliaments by the Enemy wherein the and have the hand And how near that is to adion may be perceived by the Kings wherein he declares to the Ciry of London as alfo the South and Had Counties and parts of England And accor dingly invites all that are to his wayes to joyn And I commend the County of Norfolk who are preparing fo carefully to be in and are lifting every man that is able to bear as alfo eve ry in the I hope the reft of the cion will do the like and that London may be in a ready is much This day the care of Counties and particularly the counties of Kent and were debated on And whereas it is that the King may endeavour it he can to his into parts which he do they may be brought to as poor a condition as other where two Armies were the Parliament have ta ken all the may for the of by a continuance in There came certain Intelligence to the that the Kings forces marched towards Sir rollers and intended to have them at una wares buc he having timely made an retreat towards Bafing with little on either ;