Perfect Occurences Of Parliament, November 15, 1644

Perfect Occurences Of Parliament

November 15, 1644

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Issue date: Tuesday, November 15, 1644

Pages available: 5

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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) - November 15, 1644, London, Middlesex Rom Derby it is that the fortifying a mile from and that Hafting the Lord of is and that on one Rdt of the havt been often fall down From there day that there been there It is to be feared that there arc eaft our fons arid Armies or at me ft of and if they bee Amoved wit wherewith we have been too much troubled already the Governor of Commanding of hi crs to of obey him a they lave pay they more D fit is by fro rathe would not have fo fo ntAle and worthy a I cc I Id our foot were more duly them them to be and he would do his to get them their of them to endeavour a munity very abruptly and to his commands which moved the Colo to offer to Cane one of did exceedingly affront Ic is Sir Arthur hanged one of his in asking his pay in a more milde Bnt endeavored by to i r And the holding up hts one of the were io re with his a weapon they ufc fiath a Club cri the end of with and pegs at Colo and hurt him ore and had not another with Cane off the and broke i is that it had f re upon Colonell as he had caufe committed ta and then abut of their abettors came to and asked to that if the Colonel would not them otic of the that they would breake open the Colonell Fen en to with great and And for fear of a farther fent to and fome com panies of London But in the mean that did fo labour to make a mutinie ot this bu got out of the towne and arc gone away I all the reft of our alfc hearted rotten were gone with fo they were There is nothing doth us more then private differences If in all parts of our quarters who do to differences were but by a of War fom examples 5 it is so but would go better P 2 i ;