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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Litchfield to be surrendred, together with all the ordnance, arms, and ammunition as also, the names of the commissioners appointed by Sir Thomas Tidsley, governour, on the one party, and the Right Honourable Sir William Brereton on the other party, for the resigning up of the said garrison to the obedience of king and Parliament : likevvise, the gallant proceedings of His Excellencie, Sir Thomas Fairfaxes forces at VVorcester, since the coming up of the additionall regiments, both of horse and foot.Date of publication:
1646Author(s):Description:Attributed to R. Dyot. Cf. Wing. "These are printed by the original papers, and published according to order of Parliament" In letters from Sir R. Dyot and H. Stone, etc. Cf. BM. Reproduction of original in Thomason ...This item contains 4 files (107.11 KB).Publicly Available