A Perfect Table of Three hundred and four Victories obtained since the Kings attempt to enter into Hull at the begining of these wars, July 26. 1642. to Aug. 10. 1646. by their Excellencies the Earl of Essex, and Sir Tho: Fairfax, Captains Generals of the Parliaments Forces; with a catalogue of the chief Commanders in the Parliaments Army.

Robert Earle of Essex, his Excellence, Generall of ye Army. Impleyed for the defence of the Protestant Religion, the safety of his Maties Person, and of the Parliament: the preseruatim of the Lawes, Liberties, and Peace of the Kingdome, and protection of his Maties subiects from violence and oppression.

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By His Excellency the Earl of Essex, Captain Ge­neral of all the Parliaments FORCES.
  • 1. HIs Majesty being kept out of Hull, and set up His Standard at Nottingham, was Routed before Coven­try upon a Sally, Iuly 26. 1642.
  • 2. The Citizens took two pieces of Ordnance, and about 100. of their Arms; the Enemy fled to Southam.
  • 3. The Lord Brooks again Routed them at Southam, and took 40. Prisoners.
  • 4. In August were Surrendred the Island of Portsey.
  • 5. The Castle of Portsmouth to Sir William Waller.
  • 6. Southsay Castle taken with an Onslaught, the men Prisoners, their Arms and Ammu­nition all taken.
  • 7. In September His Excellency the Lord Ge­neral the Earl of Essex Routed His Maje­sties Forces.
  • 8. The Lord Strange was raised from the Siege by a Sally out of Manchester.
  • 9. In October was fought a great Battel a Edge-hill, the Kings General the Earl of Lindsey, the Lord Aubeny, Sir Edward Ver­ney, and many slain: The Lord Wilioughly, three Colonels, and many hundreds taken Prisoners.
  • 10. Cawood Castle taken by the Lord Fair­fax, with all the Ammunition, and all Prisoners at mercy.
  • 11. Sir William Waller took Madbury.
  • 12. In November Sir William Waller beat the Enemy in Hampshire.
  • 13. Sir William Waller took Farnham Castle.
  • 14. In December Sir William Waller took Winchester, the Lord Grandeson, and 30. other Gentlemen, 30. great Officers, 1000. Horse and Foot, and 600. Arms.
  • 15. The Lord Fairfax Routed the Earl of Newcastle neer Tadcaster.
  • 16. Sir William Waller took Arundel Castle.
  • 17. Sir William Waller took the City of Chi­chester.
  • 18. In Ianuary the Lord Fairfax Routed the Earl of Newcastle again neer Bradford.
  • 19. Again, the Lord Fairfax Routed the Earl of Newcastle neer Leeds.
  • 20. Leeds taken by the Lord Fairfax.
  • 21. His Excellency the Earl of Essex Routed the Kings Forces neer Henly, and took 200. Prisoners.
  • 22. Sir William Brereton Routed Sir Thomas Aston neer Namptwich, and took 100. Pri­soners Horse and Foot.
  • 23. In February Sir John Scaton in Lanca­shire took Preston.
  • 24. Sir John Scaton took Lancaster Town.
  • 25. Sir John Scaton took the Castle.
  • 26. The Western Forces Routed the Cornish neer Madbury, took five piece of Ordnance, 10. Officers, 100. Prisoners, and 200. Atms.
  • 27. In March Sir William Brereton took Lich­field Close.
  • 28. Sir William Brereton Routed the Kings Army neer Stafford, the Earl of Northampton and many more slain.
  • 29. Lastol also taken.
  • 30. Sir William Waller took Malmsbury by storm.
  • 31. At the latter end of March, and the be­ginning of April, 1643. Col: Massey Routed the Welch in the Forrest of Dean.
  • 32. Col: Massey took Tewksbury.
  • 33. Wiggon taken by Sir John Scaton.
  • 34. Sir William Waller took three Troops of Prince Maurice's Horse.
  • 35. Sir William Waller took Monmouth in Wales.
  • 36. Sir William Waller took Higman, and in it 150. Officers and Gentlemen, 1000. Pri­soners.
  • 37. Sir William Waller took Rosbridge.
  • 38. Sir William Waller took Chepstow.
  • 39. And Hereford taken by storm by Sir Wil­liam Waller, and in it 40 Knights and Offi­cers in Commission, and 600. Prisoners.
  • 40. Sherburn Town and Castle taken by Sir William Waller.
  • 41. Hemster taken by Sir William Waller.
  • 42. Redding taken by His Excellency.
  • 43. The Lancashire men took Whaley, * and the Lincolnshire men took Crowland.
  • 44. In May Sir William Waller took Stafford.
  • 45. He took Woolverhampton.
  • 46. He took Whitchurch.
  • 47. The Lord Fairfax took Wakefield.
  • 48. The Lancashire men took Warrington.
  • 49. Sir William Waller Routed the Kings For­ces neer Wells.
  • 50. In Iune Sir William Waller took Hager­stone Castle.
  • 51. The Earl of Warwick took the Holy Island.
  • 52. He took the Castle.
  • 53. Tamworth Castle taken.
  • 54. Sir William Brereton took Eccleshal.
  • 55. Lynne in Norfolk taken by the Earl of Manchester.
  • 56. In Iuly His Excellency took Cirencester.
  • 57. His Excellency beat His Majesties whele Army at Newbery fight, killed five Lords, killed and took nigh 500. Officers and [...]oul­diers.
  • 58. Gainsbrough taken by Col: Cromwel.
  • 59. Stamford taken by Col: Cromwel.
  • 60. The Kentish rising subdued by Col: Brown.
  • 61. Hawton Castle taken by Sir Wil: Brereton.
  • 62. In August the Earl of Manchester Routed first a party of the Earl of Newcastles forces.
  • 63. Then he Routed the Earl of Newcastles whole Army neer Horn Castle, took 55. Colours, 200. Horse, and 1500. Prisoners.
  • 64. In September the Earl of Manchester took Horn Castle.
  • 65. Also he took the City of Lincoln.
  • 66. He took Gainsbrough.
  • 67. In October Sir William Brereton took Eccleshal, and Routed the Lord Capel.
  • 68. He took Holt Castle, and Harden Castle.
  • 69. The Lord Willoughby took Bullingbrook Castle.
  • 70. The Dorsetshire men took Warcham.
  • 71. In December Sir William Brereton took Rexam.
  • 72. Sir Thomas Middleton took Flint.
  • 73. Moston taken.
  • 74. Col: Massey took Wootton.
  • 75. The Fly mouth Forces routed the L. Digby.
  • 76. Sir William Waller Routed the Lord Craf­ford neer Aulton.
  • 77. Aulton taken by Sir William Waller.
  • 78. Col: Skippon took Grafton house.
  • 79. Holt house tak [...]n.
  • 80. B [...]wly House also t [...]ken.
  • 81. In Ianuary Sir William Waller took A­rundel Castle, and 200. Prisoners.
  • 82. Col: Mytton Routed Sir John Byron neer Elsmore.
  • 83. Sir John Gell took Burton upon Trent.
  • 84. Hilson taken.
  • 85. Laicock House taken.
  • 86. The Earl of Manchester took Croyland.
  • 87. Burleigh House taken.
  • 88. Cocqu [...]t Island taken by the Scots.
  • 89. In February Sir Thomas Fairfax joyned with Sir William Brereton, and Routed the Lord Byron neer Namptwich, took 150. Knights, and Gentlemen, and Priests, 120. Officers, and 1500. Prisoners, of which 120. were Irish Whores.
  • 90. The Isle of Axolm taken by Sir John Meldrum
  • 91. Burlington taken.
  • 92. Whitby also taken.
  • 93. Milus House taken by the Lord Fairfax.
  • 94. Alnwick taken by our Brethren of Scotland.
  • 95. Morpheth by the Scots also taken.
  • 96. Milford Haven taken by Captain Swanley.
  • 97. Biddle House taken by Sir Thomas Fair­fax, where was taken the Lord Brereton, 20. Officers of Note, and 300. Prisoners.
  • 98. Hilsly House taken.
  • 99. Newbery taken by Sir VVilliam Balsore.
  • 100. In March was taken Tadcaster.
  • 101. Bredport taken.
  • 102. The Pembrokeshire men, with Captain Swanleys seamen, took Haverford west, 10. piece of Ordnance, and 300. Arms.
  • 103. Tinby Castle taken, with 7. piece of Ordnance, and 400. Prisoners and Arms.
  • 104. Carew Castle taken.
  • 105. The Earl of Carbery Routed.
  • 106. Sunderland taken by the Scots.
  • 107. Sir VVilliam Waller Routed Hopton at Cheriton neer Alsford, one Lord, and 100. more slain, 100. Officers, and 500. Souldi­ers taken Prisoners.
  • 108. Whitchurch taken by Dorsetshire men.
  • 109. In April 1644. the Lord Fairfax took Cawood Castle.
  • 110. Axolm taken.
  • 111. Crowland taken.
  • 112. The Earl of Newcastle Routed at Selby.
  • 113. Duresin taken by the Scots.
  • 114. Lumley taken by the Scots.
  • 115. In May the Earl of Manchester took the City of Lincoln.
  • 116. Lincoln Castle taken, 7. piece of Ord­nance, 200. Knights, Colonels, and other Officers of note, 300. Arms, & 800. Prisoners
  • 117. The Pembroke men took Carnarvan.
  • 118. Carnarvan Castle taken.
  • 119. Col: Massey Routed Sir John VVinter at Newnham, took 9 pieces of Ordnance, 200. Officers, and 500. Prisoners.
  • 120. Brereton Castle taken.
  • 121. Malmsbury taken, with 7. pieces of Ord­nance, and 300. Prisoners.
  • 122. The Scots took Lumley Castle.
  • 123. Bewdly in Worcestershire likewise taken.
  • 124. Yarmouth taken by Sir John Meldrum.
  • 125. Abingdon taken by the Lord Roberts.
  • 126. And Russel Hill taken by the Stafford Forces.
  • 127. In Iune Col: Massey took Chippingham.
  • 128. Tewksbury taken by Col: Massey.
  • 129. Sir William VViller took Shudly Castle, two pieces of Ordnance, 70. Officers and Gentlemen, 40. Horse. 250. Prisoners.
  • 130. Compton House taken by the Warwick shire men, 30. Officers and Gentlemen, 60. House, and 140. Prisoners.
  • 131. Weymouth taken by Sir VVilliam Balfore, 27. pieces of Ordnance, and 400. Arms.
  • 132. Taunton Dean taken by him likewise.
  • 133. Oswestree taken by the Earl of Denbigh.
  • 134. Cholmly House taken by him likewise.
  • 135. His Excellency took Barnstable.
  • 136. And Taunton likewise.
  • 137. The great Battel at Marston-Moor was fought, where all the three Generals Armies were engaged on both sides, we killed 4000. and took 1500. Prisoners, and the Earl of Newcastle and Prince Rupert both utterly de­feated.
  • 138. Greenland House taken by Col: Brown.
  • 139. Wilney Ferry taken by Sir John Gell.
  • 140. York surrendred to the three Generals.
  • 141. Tickel surrendred to the E. of Manchester.
  • 142. Mount Stamfort neer Plymouth taken by His Excellency.
  • 143. Plimpton taken with 8. pieces of Ord­nance.
  • 144. Saltash taken by His Excellency.
  • 145. Launceston taken by him likewise.
  • 146. Greenhil House taken.
  • 147. In Iuly the Lord Roberts Routed Green­vile neer Lastithiel in Cornw [...]l, took 100. Officers and Gentlemen, and killed and took 300 more.
  • 148. His Excellency took Tadcaster.
  • 149. And likewise Foy.
  • 150. Newbridge taken by His Excellency.
  • 151. In August were taken by the Earl of Manchester Shelford.
  • 152. Likewise by him Welbeck House.
  • 153. Warch [...]m taken by His Excellency.
  • 154. Gateshead at Newcastle t [...]ken by the Scots
  • 155. Winkfield Mannor by Sir John Gell.
  • 156. Redcastle by Sir Thomas Middleton.
  • 157. In September Col: Massey Routed Prince Rupert, took 12. pieces of Ordnance, 100. Horse, and 200. Foot.
  • 158. In October the Scots took Newcastle by storm, and in it 20. Lords and Knights, 50. Officers of note, 2000. Prisoners, 48. pieces of Ordnance, and 3000. Arms.
  • 159. The Earl of Manchester and Sir William VValler Routed the Kings Army neer New­bery, and took nine pieces of Ordnance, 300. Prisoners, and 500. Arms.
  • 160. Tinmouth Castle Surrendred to the Scots.
  • 161. In November Leverpool was taken, 1500. Prisoners, and 2000. Arms.
  • 162. Helmsley taken by the Lord Fairfax.
  • 163. The Enemy driven from Newbery.
  • 164. And from Farringdon.
  • 165. And Malborough by the Earl of Man­chester and Sir William VValler.
  • 166. In December the Pembroke men took Laughotn.
  • 167. The Scots Carlisle.
  • 168. The Lincolnshire men took Croyland.
  • 169. Col: Massey took Monmouth.
  • 170. The Lord Fairfax took Knaisbrough.
  • 171. In Ian. Russel House taken by E. Denby.
  • 172. B [...]llasith Garrison neer Abingdon taken by Col. Brown.
  • 173. In February Col: Laughorn Routed the Enemy in Pembrokeshire, took four pieces of Ordnance, 400. Arms, and 300. Prisoners
  • 174. Sir John Meldrum took Scarbrough town, 30. pieces of Ordnance, and 100. Ships and Barks.
  • 175. Col: Mytton took Shrewsbury, and in it 100. Knights and Esquires, and Officers in Commission, 36. pieces of Ordnance, 3000. Arms, and 2000. Prisoners.
  • 176. In the latter end of March, 1645. the Lord Fairfax, and the Scots took the Castle of Scarborough.
  • 177. Weymouth retaken by Col: Sydnham.
  • 178. Blechingdon House taken.
  • 179. Col: Massey took Evesh [...]m, 30. Officers and Gentlemen, 150. Horse, and 400. Pri­soners and Arms.
By His EXCELLENCY Sir Thomas Fairfax, Captain General of the PARLIAMENTS Forces.
  • 180. IN April, 1645. Major General Mid­dleton gave several Defeats to the E­nemy in the West.
  • 181. Col: Massey took in Sir John Winters House, and some other Garrisons on the borders of Glocestershire.
  • 182. In May His Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax blockt up Ox [...]ord.
  • 183. And Bostol House.
  • 184. Sir Tho: Fairfax took Newbridge neer Oxford.
  • 185. And made a Bridge over the River, and two Forts in it.
  • 186. In Iune His Excellency Routed the Kings Army at Nazeby Battel, took all His Foot, Ordnance, Arms, Bag and Baggage, and the Cabinet of Letters, & great treasure.
  • 87. Leicester retaken, and in it 200. Horse, and 400. Prisoners.
  • 188. Highworth also taken.
  • 189. In Iuly His Excellency relieved Taun­ton, took Ilchester, Routed Goring neer Lamport, took ten Colonels and Majors, 2000. Prisoners and Arms, four pieces of Ordnance, 56. Colours, 1500. Horse.
  • 190. Took Lingport.
  • 191. Also Burrough.
  • 192. Bridgewater.
  • 193. Bath, with six pieces of Ordnance.
  • 194. The Scots took Carlisle.
  • 195. And Pontefract Castle taken by the Lord Fairfax and the Scots.
  • 196. In August the Clubmen in Somerset­shire were suppressed by Lieut: Col: Crom­wel, 300. of the chief taken, and 1500. Arms.
  • 197. His Excellency took Shetburn.
  • 198. The Lord Fairfax and the Scots took Scarborough Castle.
  • 199. Raby Castle taken by the Lord Fairfax and the Scots.
  • 200. The Shropshire Forces with the Coun­trey, took Dawly Castle.
  • 201. Caos Castle taken.
  • 202. Staukley and Morton Corbet House.
  • 203. In September His Excellency took Nu­ney Castle in Somersetshire.
  • 204. Porshut point.
  • 205. Bristol Surrendred.
  • 206. The Devises.
  • 207. Farleigh Garrison.
  • 208. Laicock House.
  • 209. Berkley Castle.
  • 210. Chedwick Castle And,
  • 211. Cardiff Castle by a party sent thither from His Excellency, who took 16 pieces of Ordnance, and 4000. Arms.
  • 212 Canom-Froom House taken by the Scots, all the Prisoners at mercy.
  • 213. The Shropshire Forces took Routon Castle.
  • 214. Linsel Mannor.
  • 215. Apley House.
  • 216. The Siege of Pembroke raised by the help of the Seamen.
  • 217. Major General Poyntz Routed the Kings Army at Ro [...]ton Heath, going to Relieve Chester, killed the Earl of Lichfield, and divers more, took 10. Knights, and 50. Offi­cers, 40. Gentlemen of note, 1500. Pri­soners, and 2000 Horse.
  • 218. In October the Countrey Forces deseat­ed the Welch neer Hereford, killed 150 took 700. Prisoners, four piece of Ordnance, 800. Arms, all their Carriages, Bag and Baggage.
  • 219. Haverford west taken.
  • 220. Carmarthen taken by Col: Laughorn, two pieces of Ordnance, and 100. Arms.
  • 221. Col: Langhorn, with the assistance of others, took Carew Castle.
  • 222. Picton Castle taken.
  • 223. Retock Cardiff Castle.
  • 224. And Defeated the Enemy.
  • 225. The Lord Fairfax took Sindal Castle.
  • 226. His Excellency took Winchester.
  • 227. Chapstow Castle.
  • 228. Langford House.
  • 229. Taverton taken by Sir Tho: Fairfax.
  • 230. H [...]lt-church taken.
  • 231. Bazing House taken by Lieut: General Cromwel, and Col: D [...] by [...].
  • 232. Lord Digby Routed going for Scotland, all his Forces killed and taken.
  • 233. Sir VVilliam V [...] Routed by Sir VVilliam Brereton going to Relieve Chester, 200. killed, 600. Horse, and 400. foot taken.
  • 234. Boulton Castle taken by Major General Poy [...]tz.
  • 235. Shelford House taken.
  • 236. In November Beeston Castle by Sir VVilliam Brereton was taken.
  • 237. The Fort of Latham taken by the Lan­cashire Forces.
  • 238. In December the City of Hereford taken by Col: Morgan.
  • 239. Embleden Castle taken by Major Gene­ral Langhorn.
  • 240. Skippon Castle by Col: Lassels.
  • 241. His Excellency took neer Exeter Chilli­ton House.
  • 242. Likewise he took Pouldrim House.
  • 243. In Ianuary Plymouth Relieved by His Excellency.
  • 244. Canterbury Fort taken.
  • 245. Bewdeux Church taken, and in it 100. Prisoners, 60. Horse, 150. Arms.
  • 246. His Excellency took Sir Francis Drakes House, and 100. Prisoners.
  • 247. Likewise His Excellency took Dart­mouth Town and Castle, one Lord, 10. field Officers, 15. Captains, 22. Lieutenants, 12, Ensigns, 100 Prisoners, 120. Guns.
  • 248. Belvoir Castle taken by Col: Rossiter.
  • 249. Chester taken by Sir VVilliam Brereton.
  • 250. His Excellency took Torrington, and Routed the Princes Army, took 200. Horse, and 400. Prisoners.
  • 251. The Ragland Forces Routed by Col: Laughorn, 200. slain, 800. taken Prisoners.
  • 252. In February Corff Castle taken by the Dorsetshire Forces.
  • 253. The Oxford Forces beaten out of A­bingdon.
  • 254. Major General VVeb Routed.
  • 255. In March Ashby-de-la-Zouch by the Governor of Leicester taken.
  • 256. Cherk Castle by Sir Tho: Middleton.
  • 257. His Excellency took Launceston.
  • 258. Bodman taken by His Excellency.
  • 259. Likewise Listithiel.
  • 260. And Saltash.
  • 261. Warbridge taken.
  • 262. Temple Guard taken.
  • 263. And His Excellency forced Sir Ralph Hopton to Disband his Forces, consisting of 5000. Horse.
  • 264. Sir VVilliam Brereton entred Lichfield Town.
  • 265. Sir Jacob Ashley was totally Routed, 500. Horse and Prisoners taken, all their Bag and Baggage.
  • 266. D [...]nnis Castle taken by His Excellency.
  • 267. Felford Haven, and a Dunkirk ship taken with 26. pieces of Ordnance.
  • 268. Axmouth taken.
  • 269. Inch House taken, and in it 40. Guns▪ and 90. Muskets.
  • 270. Hilford Forth, and 26, Guns.
  • 271. Hiarchal taken by the Shropshire forces.
  • 272. Pouldrum Forts taken by Sir Hardres VValler.
  • 273. And Dennington Castle by Col: Dalbie [...].
  • 274. In April, 1646. the Shropshire Forces entred Bridgenorth Town.
  • 275. The Castle and Isle of Portland, taken by the Dorsetshire men.
  • 276. Major Blunden Defeated the Kings horse neer Farringdon, took 300. Arms, 250. Horse, 150. Prisoners.
  • 277. Exeter surrendred to His Excellency.
  • 278. Barnstable surrendred to His Excellency.
  • 279. Ilford Town, and Michael Mount, with all the Ordnance and Ammunition.
  • 280. Ruthen taken by Major General Mytton.
  • 281. Aberist with by Major General Laughorn.
  • 282. Dunster Castle by Col: Blake.
  • 283. Titbury taken by Sir VVilliam Brereton.
  • 284. Woodstock taken by Col: VVhaley and Col: Ireton.
  • 285. In May the King went to the Scots: Banbury Castle by Col: VVhaley, and in it were taken 500. Arms, 10. pieces of Ord­nance, and 9. Colours.
  • 286. Penrin in Wales taken by Major General Mytton.
  • 287. Newark surrendred to Major General Poyntz, with twelve great Guns, and two Morter pieces, many Drakes, 4000. Arms, and 40. Barrels of Powder.
  • 288. Dudley Castle taken by Sir VVilliam Brereton.
  • 289. The Duke of Richmond, the Earl of Lindsey, and divers others taken by His Ex­cellency.
  • 290. Hartlebury Castle neer Worcester taken by Col: Morgan, six pieces of Ordnance, and 15. Barrels of Powder.
  • 291. Charls Fort neer Plymouth taken by Col: VVelden.
  • 292. In Iune the Committee of Shropshire took Ludlow Castle.
  • 293. His Excellency took Bostol House.
  • 294. Carnarvan taken by Major Gen. Mytton.
  • 295. Anglesey taken by him likewise.
  • 296. Bewmorris by him likewise taken.
  • 297. And His Excellency hath taken in Ox­ford, and in it 38. pieces of Ordnance, 70. Barrels of Powder, divers more in the Mills and houses in the Town & about 300. Arms▪ besides those the Enemy marched out with▪ and Provisions for six Moneths.
  • 298. Likewise Sir Robert Pyes House at Far­ringdon also surrendred to His Excellency, with all Arms and Ammunition.
  • 299. Bishop VVilliams took 48. Prisoners up­on their sally out of Conway Castle, and killed Col: Whitley, one of the Rebels Commanders of the Castle.
  • 300. Worcester city taken.
  • 301. Lichfield close taken.
  • 302. Wallingford castle taken.
  • 303. Guthridge castle taken.
  • 304. Rothian castle taken.
A List of the chief Commanders in the Parliaments Army.
  • SIr Tho: Fairfax Captain General.
  • Oliver Cromwel Lieutenant General.
  • Philip Skippon Major General.
  • Col. Gen. Rainsborough.
  • Sir Hardres Waller.
  • Col. Harlow.
  • Col. Piestering.
  • Col. Welden.
  • Col. Fleetwood.
  • Sir Robert Pye.
  • Commissary Gen. Ireton.
  • Iohn Rushworth Secretary.
  • Col. Gen. Poynt [...].
  • Col. Hammond.
  • Coll. Lambert.
  • Col. Fo [...]tescue.
  • Col. Butler.
  • Col. Rossiter.
  • Col. Whalley.
  • Col. Okey of Dragoons.
  • Col. Herbert.
  • Col. Ingoldsby
  • Col. Shelfield.
  • Col. Rich.
  • Col. Grave [...].

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