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The Resource The late famous victory: obtained by Captaine Lanley a Scotshman January 29 with his troope of horse, against Colonell Aston with 3 troops, : who had bin pilliging the county of Barke-shire and had taken 150. sheepe, 5. cart-load of hay. and a hundred quarters of vvheat and barley, and were carring them to Reading. Declaring also the the [sic] full discription of the said battle which was fought upon Sunday, last, within two miles of Reading; and and [sic] how after two hours fight Captain Langley obtained the victory, wounded Sir Iacob Ashley sergiant major generall of the Kings army, and about 30. other commanders and souldiers slain; and tooke the hundred and fifty sheepe, and five cart-loads of hay, and a hundred quarters of corne, and have brought them to Henley for the souldiers. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the taking of the high-constable of Oxfordshire a great malignant, and twelve thousand pound. by Captaine Ballard, captaine of a troope of horse, under Sergiant Major Skippon on Sunday last, being the 29 of Ianuary; wherein is declared the great policies of the said captaine, in taking of the said price, and how he brought them to Henley, (electronic resource)

The late famous victory: obtained by Captaine Lanley a Scotshman January 29 with his troope of horse, against Colonell Aston with 3 troops, : who had bin pilliging the county of Barke-shire and had taken 150. sheepe, 5. cart-load of hay. and a hundred quarters of vvheat and barley, and were carring them to Reading. Declaring also the the [sic] full discription of the said battle which was fought upon Sunday, last, within two miles of Reading; and and [sic] how after two hours fight Captain Langley obtained the victory, wounded Sir Iacob Ashley sergiant major generall of the Kings army, and about 30. other commanders and souldiers slain; and tooke the hundred and fifty sheepe, and five cart-loads of hay, and a hundred quarters of corne, and have brought them to Henley for the souldiers. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the taking of the high-constable of Oxfordshire a great malignant, and twelve thousand pound. by Captaine Ballard, captaine of a troope of horse, under Sergiant Major Skippon on Sunday last, being the 29 of Ianuary; wherein is declared the great policies of the said captaine, in taking of the said price, and how he brought them to Henley, (electronic resource)

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The late famous victory: obtained by Captaine Lanley a Scotshman January 29 with his troope of horse, against Colonell Aston with 3 troops, : who had bin pilliging the county of Barke-shire and had taken 150. sheepe, 5. cart-load of hay. and a hundred quarters of vvheat and barley, and were carring them to Reading. Declaring also the the [sic] full discription of the said battle which was fought upon Sunday, last, within two miles of Reading; and and [sic] how after two hours fight Captain Langley obtained the victory, wounded Sir Iacob Ashley sergiant major generall of the Kings army, and about 30. other commanders and souldiers slain; and tooke the hundred and fifty sheepe, and five cart-loads of hay, and a hundred quarters of corne, and have brought them to Henley for the souldiers. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the taking of the high-constable of Oxfordshire a great malignant, and twelve thousand pound. by Captaine Ballard, captaine of a troope of horse, under Sergiant Major Skippon on Sunday last, being the 29 of Ianuary; wherein is declared the great policies of the said captaine, in taking of the said price, and how he brought them to Henley
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The late famous victory: obtained by Captaine Lanley a Scotshman January 29 with his troope of horse, against Colonell Aston with 3 troops,
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who had bin pilliging the county of Barke-shire and had taken 150. sheepe, 5. cart-load of hay. and a hundred quarters of vvheat and barley, and were carring them to Reading. Declaring also the the [sic] full discription of the said battle which was fought upon Sunday, last, within two miles of Reading; and and [sic] how after two hours fight Captain Langley obtained the victory, wounded Sir Iacob Ashley sergiant major generall of the Kings army, and about 30. other commanders and souldiers slain; and tooke the hundred and fifty sheepe, and five cart-loads of hay, and a hundred quarters of corne, and have brought them to Henley for the souldiers. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the taking of the high-constable of Oxfordshire a great malignant, and twelve thousand pound. by Captaine Ballard, captaine of a troope of horse, under Sergiant Major Skippon on Sunday last, being the 29 of Ianuary; wherein is declared the great policies of the said captaine, in taking of the said price, and how he brought them to Henley
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CEF
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  • L548
  • E.87[7]
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  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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Z2002
LC item number
.U58
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non fiction
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  • Astley, Jacob Astley
  • Ballard
  • Langley
  • Skippon, Philip
  • Aston, Arthur
  • Astley, Jacob Astley
  • Aston, Arthur
  • Ballard
  • Langley
  • Skippon, Philip
  • Astley, Jacob Astley
  • Ballard
  • Langley
  • Skippon, Philip
  • Aston, Arthur
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The late famous victory: obtained by Captaine Lanley a Scotshman January 29 with his troope of horse, against Colonell Aston with 3 troops, : who had bin pilliging the county of Barke-shire and had taken 150. sheepe, 5. cart-load of hay. and a hundred quarters of vvheat and barley, and were carring them to Reading. Declaring also the the [sic] full discription of the said battle which was fought upon Sunday, last, within two miles of Reading; and and [sic] how after two hours fight Captain Langley obtained the victory, wounded Sir Iacob Ashley sergiant major generall of the Kings army, and about 30. other commanders and souldiers slain; and tooke the hundred and fifty sheepe, and five cart-loads of hay, and a hundred quarters of corne, and have brought them to Henley for the souldiers. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the taking of the high-constable of Oxfordshire a great malignant, and twelve thousand pound. by Captaine Ballard, captaine of a troope of horse, under Sergiant Major Skippon on Sunday last, being the 29 of Ianuary; wherein is declared the great policies of the said captaine, in taking of the said price, and how he brought them to Henley, (electronic resource)
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  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Jan: 31 1642."
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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CL0051000001
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  • (OCoLC)766295578
  • (OCoLC)ocn766295578
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The late famous victory: obtained by Captaine Lanley a Scotshman January 29 with his troope of horse, against Colonell Aston with 3 troops, : who had bin pilliging the county of Barke-shire and had taken 150. sheepe, 5. cart-load of hay. and a hundred quarters of vvheat and barley, and were carring them to Reading. Declaring also the the [sic] full discription of the said battle which was fought upon Sunday, last, within two miles of Reading; and and [sic] how after two hours fight Captain Langley obtained the victory, wounded Sir Iacob Ashley sergiant major generall of the Kings army, and about 30. other commanders and souldiers slain; and tooke the hundred and fifty sheepe, and five cart-loads of hay, and a hundred quarters of corne, and have brought them to Henley for the souldiers. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the taking of the high-constable of Oxfordshire a great malignant, and twelve thousand pound. by Captaine Ballard, captaine of a troope of horse, under Sergiant Major Skippon on Sunday last, being the 29 of Ianuary; wherein is declared the great policies of the said captaine, in taking of the said price, and how he brought them to Henley, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Jan: 31 1642."
  • 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)766295578
  • (OCoLC)ocn766295578

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