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The Resource Most joyfull newes by sea and land, : being the true relation of a glorious victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham sonne to Sir Iohn Hotham at Cawood Castle in York shire, against the Earle of Cumberland and his northerne cavaliers. Wherin the Earle was forced to fly to Yorke, and is since pursued by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham and is by them beset, with the great losse of men on the Earles side, with small losse on the adverse part, also, the takeing of two ships at Fulmouth in Cornwall, by the ships sent downe by the Earle of Warwick to secure those parts, which came from Holland, wherin was many commanders ordnance, powder, ammunition for war, and many letters of weighty and serious consequence. Together with the proceedings of His Majesties forces at Oxford since his departure from Banbury, (electronic resource)

Most joyfull newes by sea and land, : being the true relation of a glorious victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham sonne to Sir Iohn Hotham at Cawood Castle in York shire, against the Earle of Cumberland and his northerne cavaliers. Wherin the Earle was forced to fly to Yorke, and is since pursued by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham and is by them beset, with the great losse of men on the Earles side, with small losse on the adverse part, also, the takeing of two ships at Fulmouth in Cornwall, by the ships sent downe by the Earle of Warwick to secure those parts, which came from Holland, wherin was many commanders ordnance, powder, ammunition for war, and many letters of weighty and serious consequence. Together with the proceedings of His Majesties forces at Oxford since his departure from Banbury, (electronic resource)

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Most joyfull newes by sea and land, : being the true relation of a glorious victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham sonne to Sir Iohn Hotham at Cawood Castle in York shire, against the Earle of Cumberland and his northerne cavaliers. Wherin the Earle was forced to fly to Yorke, and is since pursued by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham and is by them beset, with the great losse of men on the Earles side, with small losse on the adverse part, also, the takeing of two ships at Fulmouth in Cornwall, by the ships sent downe by the Earle of Warwick to secure those parts, which came from Holland, wherin was many commanders ordnance, powder, ammunition for war, and many letters of weighty and serious consequence. Together with the proceedings of His Majesties forces at Oxford since his departure from Banbury
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Most joyfull newes by sea and land,
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being the true relation of a glorious victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham sonne to Sir Iohn Hotham at Cawood Castle in York shire, against the Earle of Cumberland and his northerne cavaliers. Wherin the Earle was forced to fly to Yorke, and is since pursued by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham and is by them beset, with the great losse of men on the Earles side, with small losse on the adverse part, also, the takeing of two ships at Fulmouth in Cornwall, by the ships sent downe by the Earle of Warwick to secure those parts, which came from Holland, wherin was many commanders ordnance, powder, ammunition for war, and many letters of weighty and serious consequence. Together with the proceedings of His Majesties forces at Oxford since his departure from Banbury
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
EUX
Citation location within source
  • M2900
  • E.126[11]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Madan II 1052
  • Thomason
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no index present
LC call number
Z2002
LC item number
.U58
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Cumberland, Henry Clifford
  • Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax
  • Hotham, John
  • Cumberland, Henry Clifford
  • Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax
  • Hotham, John
  • Cawood Castle (Cawood, North Yorkshire)
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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Most joyfull newes by sea and land, : being the true relation of a glorious victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham sonne to Sir Iohn Hotham at Cawood Castle in York shire, against the Earle of Cumberland and his northerne cavaliers. Wherin the Earle was forced to fly to Yorke, and is since pursued by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham and is by them beset, with the great losse of men on the Earles side, with small losse on the adverse part, also, the takeing of two ships at Fulmouth in Cornwall, by the ships sent downe by the Earle of Warwick to secure those parts, which came from Holland, wherin was many commanders ordnance, powder, ammunition for war, and many letters of weighty and serious consequence. Together with the proceedings of His Majesties forces at Oxford since his departure from Banbury, (electronic resource)
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1 online resource ([8] p.)
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online
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remote
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CL0051000001
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  • (OCoLC)606662010
  • (OCoLC)ocn606662010
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Most joyfull newes by sea and land, : being the true relation of a glorious victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham sonne to Sir Iohn Hotham at Cawood Castle in York shire, against the Earle of Cumberland and his northerne cavaliers. Wherin the Earle was forced to fly to Yorke, and is since pursued by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham and is by them beset, with the great losse of men on the Earles side, with small losse on the adverse part, also, the takeing of two ships at Fulmouth in Cornwall, by the ships sent downe by the Earle of Warwick to secure those parts, which came from Holland, wherin was many commanders ordnance, powder, ammunition for war, and many letters of weighty and serious consequence. Together with the proceedings of His Majesties forces at Oxford since his departure from Banbury, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A4
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource ([8] p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
lossless
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0051000001
System control number
  • (OCoLC)606662010
  • (OCoLC)ocn606662010

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