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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Bloudy newes from the north, declaring the particulars of three severall fights, neer Carlisle, Berwick, and Scarbrough, between the English, Scots, and French, under the command of Lieu. Gen. Crumwell, Col. Gen. Lambert, Generall Monro, Col. Sir Tho: Tildsley Colonell Boynton, Major Sanderson, and Major Ashton. With the number killed and taken on each side, the routing of the French neer Scarbrough, the great blow given to the Scots neer Carlisle, Monro's retreating into Scotland with the remainder of his horse and foot, and the dispersing of Col. Tildsley's forces neer Berwick. Likewise, the marching of the English Army toward Scotland, and Lieu. Gen. Cromwels summons to the said kingdom.Date of publication:
1648Author(s):Description:Signed on p. 3: R. Smith. Annotation on Thomason copy: "Sept. ye 21". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (59.51 KB).Publicly Available