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Context of A great victorie in the North, : obtained by the forces under the command of Lieutenant Generall Cromwel, against Duke Hamilton, and the Scottish army. Wherein is declared, the manner of the late fight near the confines of York, the routing of Lieutenant Generall Cromwells forces upon the first onset, and after three miles pursuit (by the Scots) rallied again, fell upon the Scottish forces, killed Duke Hamiltons Lieutenant Collonel, a Major, divers Captains, officers, and souldiers, routed the whole body, and regained their ground. Also another fight near Pomfret castle in Yorkshire, a defeat given to the Parliaments forces, and divers taken prisoners, and carryed to the said castle. Whereunto is annexed, an humble petition to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, concerning the King and his people, and every subject in particuler of this his kingdom of England
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