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Two letters the one from the Lord Digby to the Queens Majestie : the other from Mr. Thomas Elliot to the Lord Digby, with observations upon the same letters : also a note of such arms as were sent for by His Majesty out of Amsterdam, under his own hand.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.; Thomas Elliot

London : Printed by A.N. for Richard Lownds 1642

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Two letters, the one from the Lord Digby to the Queens Majestie, the other from Mr. Thomas Elliot to the Lord Digby, with observations upon the same letters also a note of such armes as were sent for by His Majestie out of Amsterdam, under his owne hand : likewise the opposition the Marquesse of Hartford received, in executing His Majesties illegal commission of array in Sommerset-shire.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677. Thomas Elliot

London : Printed for George Lindsey 1642

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Two letters the one from the Lord Digby to the Queens Majestie : the other from Mr. Thomas Elliot to the Lord Digby, with observations upon the same letters : also a note of such arms as were sent for by His Majesty out of Amsterdam, under his own hand.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.; Thomas Elliot

London : Printed by A.N. for Richard Lownds 1642

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Two letters, the one from the Lord Digby to the Queens Majestie, the other from Mr. Thomas Elliot to the Lord Digby, with observations upon the same letters also a noat [sic] of such armes as were sent for by His Maiestie out of Amsterdam, under his owne hand.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677. Thomas Elliot

London : Printed by R.O. and G.D. for John Bartlet 1642

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The Lord George Digbies apologie for himself

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

Oxford? : s.n. M.DC.XLII [1642

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The Lord George Digbies apologie for himself

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

Oxford? : s.n. M.DC.XLII [1642

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Two letters of note. The one from the Lord Digby to the Queene: the other of a late overthrovv which the English gave the rebells in Ireland.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677. Edward Loftus active 17th century.; Henrietta Maria, Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, 1609-1669.

London : s.n. Printed in the yeare, 1642

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The Lord George Digbies apologie for himselfe published the fourth of January, Anno Dom. 1642.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

London : s.n. 1642

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An answer to the Lord George Digbies apology for himself; published Jan. 4. anno Dom. 1642. Put into the great court of equity, otherwise called the court of conscience, upon the 28th of the same moneth, by Theophilus Philanax Gerusiphilus Philalethes Decius.

Theophilus Philanax Gerusiphilus Philalethes. Decius George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

London : Printed for A.R. 1642 [i.e. 1643

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A trve and impartiall relation of the battaile betwixt His Majesties army and that of the rebells neare Newbury in Berk-shire, Sept. 20, 1643 with the severall actions of the Kings army since His Maiesties removing it from before Gloucester : sent in a letter from the army to a noble lord.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

Oxford printed : by L. Lichfield 1643

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A trve and impartiall relation of the battaile betwixt His Majesties army and that of the rebells neare Newbery in Berkshire, Sept. 20, 1643 with the severall actions of the Kings army since His Maiesties removing it from before Gloucester : sent in a letter from the army to a noble lord.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

Printed at Oxford : by L. Lichfield 1643

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A full relation of the late expedition of the Right Honourable, the Lord Monroe, Major-generall of all the Protestant forces in the province of Vulster with their severall marches and skirmishes with the bloody Irish rebels, and what towns and castles they have taken, and the number of horse and foot on both sides : also, two declarations and an oath of confederacy whereby they bind themselves utterly to ruine and destroy the Protestants in that kingdome : and a letter from the Lord Digby, His Majesties secretary, of great concernment, sent to the Dutchesse of Buckingham, which was intercepted.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

London : Printed for J. Wright ... August 27, 1644

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The Lord Digbies designe to betray Abingdon carryed on for divers vveeks by an intercourse of letters. Which are here published for the satisfaction of all men, by Sergeant Major Generall Brown. Together with the cipher which the Lord Digby sent him for that purpose.

Richard Browne Sir, 1602?-1669. George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.; Nath Bernard

London : printed for Laurence Blaiklock, and are to be sold at the signe of the Sugar-loaf at Temple-Bar 1644 [i.e. 1645

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The Lord Digbies designe to betray Abingdon, carryed on for divers vveeks by an intercourse of letters. Which are here published for the satisfaction of all men, by Sergeant Major Generall Brown. Together with the cipher which the Lord Digby sent him for that purpose.

Richard Browne Sir, 1602?-1669. George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.; Nath Bernard

London: : Printed for Laurence Blaiklock, and are to be sold at the signe of the Sugar-loaf at Temple-Bar. 1644 [i.e. 1645

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The Lord Digbies designe to betray Abingdon, carryed on for divers vveeks by an intercourse of letters.

Richard Browne Sir, 1602?-1669. George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.; Nath Bernard

London : printed for Laurence Blaiklock, and are to be sold at the signe of the Sugar-loaf at Temple-Bar 1644 [i.e. 1645

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A letter sent to the Right Honourable the Lord Digby, from Sir Barnabas Scudamore Governor of Hereford, concerning the late siedge of the citty of Hereford.

Barnabas Scudamore Sir, d. 1658. George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

Oxford, : Printed by Leonard Lichfield, printer to the Vniversity. 1645

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The Kings Majesties last gracious message for peace sent to the two Houses of Parliament examined, and several observations from the same concerning Ireland: vvith a copy of the Lord Digbies letter, the Kings Majesties commission, and the articles of peace.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).

London: : Printed for Matthew Walbank Feb. 10. 1645. [i.e. 1646

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Two remarkable letters concerning the Kings correspondence with the Irish rebels. The first by Digby in the Kings name to the Irish Commisioners. The second from the Lord Muskery one of those Commissioners in answer to Digby. Also a full state of the Irish negotiation at Oxford now treated, set forth in the rebels propositions, and the Kings particular concessions. Published according to order.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677. Donogh MacCarty Clancarty Earl of, 1594-1665.; George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

London: : Printed by F. Neile, dwelling in Aldersgate-street. 1645

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The Lord George Digby's cabinet and Dr Goff's negotiations; together with His Majesties, the Queens, and the Lord Jermin's, and other letters: taken at the battel at Sherborn in Yorkshire about the 15th of October last. Also observations upon the said letters. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the letters taken at Sherborn in Yorkshire, with observations thereupon, be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.

George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.; Stephen Goffe 1605-1681.; Henry Jermyn St. Albans Earl of, approximately 1604-1684.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.

London: : Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable House of Commons, dwelling in Fleetstreet at the sign of the Golden Dragon. March 26. 1646

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