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The Resource Three letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his armie : The one, from a gentleman residing there, to a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons. Fully relating the manner of the late fight betweene Sir Thomas Fairfax, and Generall Gorings forces in Sutton-field neere Lamport, on Thursday last July 10. wherein the enemies whole army was routed, about 2000. Prisoners, 4000. armes, neere 2000. horse, and 40. colours taken, besides many horse and prisoners in the pursuit, and Goring and his scattered forces fled into Bridgewater. Also the particulars of the fight between Major General Massey's and the enemies forces, neere Ilmore, on Wednesday last, July 9. where he tooke 500. of the enemies horse, 200. prisoners, 2. majors, 6. captains, 9. colours, and 30. slaine on the place. Published by authority, (electronic resource)

Three letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his armie : The one, from a gentleman residing there, to a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons. Fully relating the manner of the late fight betweene Sir Thomas Fairfax, and Generall Gorings forces in Sutton-field neere Lamport, on Thursday last July 10. wherein the enemies whole army was routed, about 2000. Prisoners, 4000. armes, neere 2000. horse, and 40. colours taken, besides many horse and prisoners in the pursuit, and Goring and his scattered forces fled into Bridgewater. Also the particulars of the fight between Major General Massey's and the enemies forces, neere Ilmore, on Wednesday last, July 9. where he tooke 500. of the enemies horse, 200. prisoners, 2. majors, 6. captains, 9. colours, and 30. slaine on the place. Published by authority, (electronic resource)

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Three letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his armie : The one, from a gentleman residing there, to a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons. Fully relating the manner of the late fight betweene Sir Thomas Fairfax, and Generall Gorings forces in Sutton-field neere Lamport, on Thursday last July 10. wherein the enemies whole army was routed, about 2000. Prisoners, 4000. armes, neere 2000. horse, and 40. colours taken, besides many horse and prisoners in the pursuit, and Goring and his scattered forces fled into Bridgewater. Also the particulars of the fight between Major General Massey's and the enemies forces, neere Ilmore, on Wednesday last, July 9. where he tooke 500. of the enemies horse, 200. prisoners, 2. majors, 6. captains, 9. colours, and 30. slaine on the place. Published by authority
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Three letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his armie
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The one, from a gentleman residing there, to a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons. Fully relating the manner of the late fight betweene Sir Thomas Fairfax, and Generall Gorings forces in Sutton-field neere Lamport, on Thursday last July 10. wherein the enemies whole army was routed, about 2000. Prisoners, 4000. armes, neere 2000. horse, and 40. colours taken, besides many horse and prisoners in the pursuit, and Goring and his scattered forces fled into Bridgewater. Also the particulars of the fight between Major General Massey's and the enemies forces, neere Ilmore, on Wednesday last, July 9. where he tooke 500. of the enemies horse, 200. prisoners, 2. majors, 6. captains, 9. colours, and 30. slaine on the place. Published by authority
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eng
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EUX
Citation location within source
T1095A
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
  • Goring, George Goring
  • Massey, Edward
  • England and Wales
  • Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
  • Goring, George Goring
  • Massey, Edward
  • England and Wales
  • Civil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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Three letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his armie : The one, from a gentleman residing there, to a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons. Fully relating the manner of the late fight betweene Sir Thomas Fairfax, and Generall Gorings forces in Sutton-field neere Lamport, on Thursday last July 10. wherein the enemies whole army was routed, about 2000. Prisoners, 4000. armes, neere 2000. horse, and 40. colours taken, besides many horse and prisoners in the pursuit, and Goring and his scattered forces fled into Bridgewater. Also the particulars of the fight between Major General Massey's and the enemies forces, neere Ilmore, on Wednesday last, July 9. where he tooke 500. of the enemies horse, 200. prisoners, 2. majors, 6. captains, 9. colours, and 30. slaine on the place. Published by authority, (electronic resource)
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  • The second letter is signed and dated: Your affectionate friend, S.J. Lamport, 11. July, 1645. at 9 a clock at night
  • Signatures: A4
  • Some print show-through
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CL0037000085
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  • (OCoLC)606903194
  • (OCoLC)ocn606903194
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Three letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his armie : The one, from a gentleman residing there, to a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons. Fully relating the manner of the late fight betweene Sir Thomas Fairfax, and Generall Gorings forces in Sutton-field neere Lamport, on Thursday last July 10. wherein the enemies whole army was routed, about 2000. Prisoners, 4000. armes, neere 2000. horse, and 40. colours taken, besides many horse and prisoners in the pursuit, and Goring and his scattered forces fled into Bridgewater. Also the particulars of the fight between Major General Massey's and the enemies forces, neere Ilmore, on Wednesday last, July 9. where he tooke 500. of the enemies horse, 200. prisoners, 2. majors, 6. captains, 9. colours, and 30. slaine on the place. Published by authority, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • The second letter is signed and dated: Your affectionate friend, S.J. Lamport, 11. July, 1645. at 9 a clock at night
  • Signatures: A4
  • Some print show-through
  • Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus). Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access may be restricted to authorized University of Edinburgh users
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0037000085
System control number
  • (OCoLC)606903194
  • (OCoLC)ocn606903194

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