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The Parliaments determination concerning the levies of horse, armes, and monies, which is now rays'd for this present designe : also a remarkable passage concerning the Earle of New-castle, with the substance of the letter sent from Sir John Hotham to Mr. Pym : whereunto is added, a true declaration for the silencing all false reports concerning Sir John Hothams letter sent to Mr. Pym, for the sending of 300 men to Hull for to strengthen the said towne.

England and Wales. Parliament. John Hotham Sir, 1589-1645.

London : Printed by T.F. for N.O. Iuly 4, 1641

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The English intelligencer, shewing the most remarkable passages which have hapned from Saturday the nineteenth till Saturday the six and twentieth of this present November in these following places : namely, at Darby, Durham, New-Castle, Yorke, Oxford, London, Middlesex, Excester, Norwich, Lincolne-shire

C. H.

London : Printed for Francis Wright 1642

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A true relation of a great discovery intended against Hull

John Hotham Sir, 1589-1645. Thomas Beckwith

London : Printed for F. Coules and T Bates 1642

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The answer of both Houses of Parliament presented to His Majestie at York the ninth of May : concerning Sir Iohn Hothams refusal to give His Maiestie entrance into his town of Hull : with His Majesties reply thereunto.

England and Wales. Parliament. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)

York : Printed by Robert Barker ... and by the assignes of John Bill 1642

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A Happy discovery of the strange and fearefull plots layde by our cavaleirs for invading of Hvl and surprizing Sr. Iohn Hotham : and how by night they intended utterly to destroy both, but were suddainly taken : likewise, the victorions exploit and conquest of certaine corragious prentises traviling to Yorke to learne proceedings, had over the malignant party.

... London : ... Printed for Io. Hundgate August 6, 1642

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Certaine propositions of both Houses of Parliament : concerning the raising of horse, horsemen and arms for the defence of the King and both Houses of Parliament.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for Ioseph Hunscott 1642

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The declaration votrs, and order of assistance of both Houses of Parliament : concerning the magazine at Hull and Sir Iohn Hotham governour thereof and His Majesties answer thereunto : with the statute of 11 H.7 cap. I. mentioned in the said answer.

England and Wales. Parliament. Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)

London : Printed by Robert Barker ... and by the assignes of John Bill 1642

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The declaration and severall votes of both houses of Parliament : likewise the order of assistance given to the committees of both Houses concerning the magazine at Hull, and Sir John Hotham, governour thereof ; another order directed to the sheriffes of Yorke and Lincolne ...

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed by T. Fawcet 1642

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Sad and fearfull newes from Beverley, or, The northern diurnall : wherein is declared how a great barn of corn was set on fire to the great dammage of Sir Iohn Hotham and the inhabitants of the said town and the manifold abuses that are daily offered to those that take part with the Parliament by the cavaleers and others that are in authoritie : namely the Earle of Lindsey, the Earl of Northampton, the Earl of Newcastle, the Earl of Rivers : whereunto is annexed A declaration of the Lords and Commons concerning the particular actions of the said earles.

Abel. Mason England and Wales. Parliament.

... London : Printed for I. Harnom July 26, [1642

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New proposition propounded to the City of London by the Lords and Commons : concerning the raising speedy ayd for the reliefe of Hvll : vvhereunto is annexed the Parliaments resolution concerning Sir John Hotham and all those that are faithfull to the commands of the Parliament : whereunto is annexed His Majesties declaration to the Parliament concerning peace or warre with Hull.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed by T.F. for F.S. July 15, 1642

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Newes from the North : being an exact and true relation of all the proceedings in the counties of Westmerland, Cumberland, Northumberland, Lancashire, and the Bishoprick of Durham : from the 17 of October, to the 21 of November : wherein is declared that 10,000 of the malignant party of those counties are gathered together with an intent to march into Yorkshire against Captain Hotham and the Parliaments forces there.

London : ... Printed for J. Usher Decemb. 3, 1642

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A true & exact relation of the several passages at the siege of Manchester, between the Lo. Strange his forces, and the towne : wherein is evidently seene the wonderfull mercy of God in their deliverance

One that was an eie-witnesse. John Hotham 1610-1645.

London : Printed for Edward Blackmore ... Octob. 12. 1642

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An Abstract of severall letters from Hull, York, and Beverly of His Majesties proceedings : as also the carriage and behaviour of the Cavaliers, with the number of those that were slain and taken prisoners by Sir John Hotham : whereunto is added a true relation of the provision in Hull.

London : Printed for Ben. Allen ... August the second, 1642

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The Humble petition of the gentry and inhabitants of Holdernes : with His Majesties answer, July 6, 1642.

Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)

London : Printed by Robert Barker ... and by the assignes of John Bill 1642

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The Parliaments determination concerning the levies of horse, armes, and monies, which is now rays'd for this present designe : also a remarkable passage concerning the Earle of New-castle, with the substance of the letter sent from Sir John Hotham to Mr. Pym : whereunto is added, a true declaration for the silencing all false reports concerning Sir John Hothams letter sent to Mr. Pym, for the sending of 300 men to Hull for to strengthen the said towne.

England and Wales. Parliament. John Hotham Sir, 1589-1645.

London : Printed by T.F. for N.O. Iuly 4, 1641

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Trve newes from Hull : being a perfect relation of a conspiracy there by divers cavaliers coming in disguised habits, and entring themselves as souldiers, who intended to have surprised the tovvne, and to have killed Sir Iohn Hotham : with the manner how their wicked purpose was discovered, and they delivered up to safe custody

R. C.

London : Printed for Fr. Wright 1642

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The King of France, his message to the Queene of England : presented to Her Majesty by Colonell Goring, at the Hague in Holland, in answer to her letter sent to the French King at Paris by the foresaid Colonell Goring. Wherein is declared what forces are raising in Flanders, Artoys, Normandy, and S. Mallo, for the assistance of the malignant party against the Parliament in England

Miles. Burlacey Henrietta Maria, Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, 1609-1669.; Louis XIII, King of France, 1601-1643.; England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Decemb. 9. Printed for T. Wright. 1642

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By the King, to our trusty and welbeloved high sheriffe of our county of York.

England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.

London : Imprinted at Yorke by Robert Barker, and now reprinted at London and are to be sold by T.P. 1642

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A speedy post with more nevvs from Hvll, York, and Beverley : truly relating how Sir John Hotham sent five hundred men out of Hull under the command of Sir Iohn Meldron to a towne called Anlaby, two miles from Hull, where some of the Kings forces lay : also of his taking the magazine there, his fiering of it, and by killing of some sentinells all the regements ranne away except some 15 which was taken prisoners and brought into Hull : with divers other occurrences from Yorke and severall places adioying since the 25 of Iuly to the first of August, 1642.

Andrew Cooper active 1660.

London : Printed for Iohn Thomas 1642

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The declaration and votes of both houses of Parliament concerning the magazine at Hull, and Sir John Hotham, governour thereof : also the order of assistance given to the committees of both houses conerning their going to Hull, April 28, 1642.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for John Wright 1642

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A Memento for yeomen, merchants, citizens, and all the commons in England : who, if the Lo. Paulet, according to his unchristianlike speeches at Wells with his faction, gain a cruell victory, are like to suffer from the high trade of merchandize to the humble estate of manuall labour : being a true and most undoubted relation and justified by many worthy gentlemen, whose names in this narration are at large exprest : also a declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament.

England and Wales. Parliament.

... London : Printed for Nathaniel Allen August 22, 1642

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Reasons why Sir Iohn Hotham, trvsted by the Parliament, cannot in honour agree to the treaty of pacification made by some gentlemen of York-shire, at Rothwell, Sept. 29, 1642.

John Hotham Sir, 1589-1645.

London? : publisher not identified 1642

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A true & exact relation of the several passages at the siege of Manchester between the Lo. Strange his forces and the towne : vvherein is evidently seene the wonderfull mercy of God in their deliverance

One that was an eie-witnesse.

London : Printed for Edward Blackmore ... Octob. 12, 1642

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A joyful message sent from the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, to Sir John Hotham : wherein he declares his last and full resolution concerning the said Sir Iohn, and the town of Hvll : it being comfortable and welcome tydings to all His Majesties loving subjects : together with Sir Iohn Hothams answer thereunto : likewise His Majesties resolution concerning the Earl of Essex, lord generall of the army now setting forth.

England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.

London : Printed for Richard Seymour August 4, 1642

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A True relation of the taking of the city of Yorke by Sir John Hotham for the King and Parliament, Sept. 16 : with the description of the battell fought between Sir Iohn Hotham and the Earle of Comberland and the number of men slaine on both sides : likewise how the Earle of Comberland, being pursued, escaped out of the citie disguised like a Shepheard

S. K.

London : Printed for Thomas Cooke Sept. 20. 1642

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Happy nevves from Sherborn and Sherborne Castle : relating the death of Colonel Lunsford, the Lord Paulet and divers other persons of quality the taking of divers prisoners and great store of armes from the cavaliers

J. W. England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for F. Cowles Septemb. 13, 1642

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A perfect relation of all the passages and proceedings of the Marquesse Hartford, the Lord Paulet and the rest of the Cavelleers that were with them in Wels : with the valiant resolution and behaviour of the trained-bands and other inhabitants of those parts, for the defence of themselves, the King and Parliament : as also what helpe was sent from Bristoll to their ayd : with the manner of the Lords and cavaleers running out of the townes : and many other things very remarkable : as it was sent in a letter

London : Printed for Ioseph Hunscot and I. Wright 12 August, 1642

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Declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : concerning His Majesties advancing with his army toward London : with direction that all the trained bands and volunteers be put into a readinesse : also how Sir Iohn Hinderson urged one David Alexander a Scotchman to kill Sir Iohn Hotham and blow up the Parliaments magazine : to who His Majesty gave money and he received it : together with the depositions of the said David Alexander and Sir Iohn Hinderson : whereunto is added severall votes of the Lords and Commons, corrected and amended by the House of Commons to prevent false copies.

England and Wales. Parliament. David Alexander active 17th century.; Balthazar Gerbier Sir, 1592?-1667.

London : Printed for Edw. Husbands and I. Franke Octob. 18, 1642

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The Parliaments desires to the Earl of Warwicke : wherein is declared their resolutions concerning his going in person to Hull with 6 or 8 ships : together with the Earl of Warwicks answer to the Parliaments commands : also a letter from the Earl of Warwick to the High Court of Parliament ... concerning his taking of two ships upon the sea ... : with the Parliaments determination concerning all those that shall take up arms.

Robert Rich Warwick Earl of, 1587-1658.; England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for Iohn Smith 1642?

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The declaration and votes of the Lords and Commons asembled in Parliament : concerning the late treaty of peace in York-shire : wherein they renounce the said agreement as being very prejudiciall and dangerous to the whole kingdome that any one county should stand as neuters and withdraw themselves from the assistance of the rest : together with the fourth article of the Lord generals instructions sent to Mr. Hetham and Sir Ed. Rodes with power to them to publish it and to pardon all those that shall submitt within 10 dayes.

England and Wales. Parliament.

... London : Printed for Iohn Wright October 5, 1642

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The answer of both Houses of Parliament presented to His Majestie at York the ninth of May, 1642 : to two messages sent to them from His Majestie concerning Sir Iohn Hothams refusall to give His Majestie entrance into his town of Hull : with His Majesties reply thereunto.

England and Wales. Parliament. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)

London : Printed by Robert Barker ..., and by the assignes of John Bill 1642

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A trve and fvll relation of the trovbles in Lancashjere, between the Lord Strange, now Earle of Derby, and the well-affected people of that countie : with their valiant resistance and full resolution : also, certain passages between the Earl of Newcastle and Captaine Hotham in York-sheire : sent to a reverend divine in London.

Thomas. Jesland

London : Printed for Edward Blackmoore December the 9th, 1642

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Sir Iohn Hothams resolvtion presented to the King's most Excellent Majesty, at Beverley in the county of Yorkshire on Tuesday the 12 of Iuly, 1642 : wherein is manifested his earnest desire both to expresse himselfe a loyall subject to His Majesty and a faithfull servant to the Parliament : vvhereunto is annexed joyfull newes from Newcastle : wherein is declared how the colliers resisted the Earl of Newcastle and the cavaleeres paid downe the fort which the said Earle had built and beat him and his followers out of the county.

John Hotham Sir, 1589-1645.

London : Printed for I. Horton Iuly 16, 1642

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A second letter sent from John Ashe, Esquire a member of the House of Commons to the Honourable VVilliam Lenthall, Esquire speaker of the House of Commons in Parliment : concerning divers messages and passages between the Marquesse Hartford, Lord Pawlet, Lord Seymour, Lord Coventry and others His Majesties commissioners : and the deputy lievtenants and other commissioners for the county of Somerset : together with divers propositions for peace by the commissioners and deputy lievtenants for that county : and the Lord Hartford, Lord Pawlet, Lord Seymour and others answer thereunto.

John Ashe Esquire. William Seymour Somerset Duke of, 1588-1660.; John Paulet Winchester Marquess of, 1598-1675.

London : Printed by A.N. for Ed. Husbands and I. Franke August 16, 1642

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The Parliaments instructions to the Earl of Essex, Lord Generall of the army agreed on by the Lords and Commmons [sic] in Parliament assembled, September the 17. : likewise the resolution of his excellencie to advance his forces from Northampton and march toward the Kings most excellent Majesty, together with his desires to both Houses of Parliament : also the resolution of the Earl of Cumberland, the Earl of New-castle and the Lord Strange to joyn their forces together in a full body and meet the Earl of Essex : with Sir Iohn Hothams determination concerning the same.

Robert Devereux Essex Earl of, 1591-1646.

London : Printed for H. Blund September 20, 1642

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The Parliaments letter to the king of France : wherein they declare their resolution and desires to his sacred Majesty assented to by both Houses, September 29 : also a true relation of a battle fought by the L. Strange and the inhabirants [sic] of Manchester September 29 : together with the proceedings of the Lord Fairfaxe and M. Hotham against the Earl of Cumberland and the rest of the cavaleers in the northerne parts with the manner of the Lord Fairfax joyning with Mr. Hotham.

London : Printed for Henry Seymour October 1, 1642

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Articles of impeachment exhibited in Parliament, against Spencer Earle of Northamp., William Earle of Devonsh., Henry Earle of Dover, Henry Earle of Monmouth, Robert Lord Rich, Charles Lord Howard Charlton, Charles L. Grey of Ruthen, Thomas Lord Coventry, Arthvr Lord Chapell, &c. : for severall high crimes and misdemeanors : whereunto is annexed, the grounds of the proceedings of the Parliament from the beginning to this present : with the hinderances of their proceedings and causes of these distractions : together with the severall meanes which they have used to prevent intestine warre, and to hinder the malignant designes of the enemies of the peace of the kingdome.

Spencer Compton Northampton Earl of, 1601-1643, England and Wales. Parliament.

... London : Printed by T.F. for J.Y. July 1, 1642

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