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A True relation of a great and happy victory : which it hath pleased God to give to His Excellency the Earle of Essex and his forces over the Kings army, as it was brought to both Houses of Parliament by the Lord Wharton and Mr. Stroud, a member of the House of Commons on Wednesday ... Octob. 26, 1642 ... : whereunto is added a letter from a worthy divine to the Right Honourable the lord maior of the city of London, dated on Monday last from Warwicke Castle.

London : Printed for Iohn Wright 1642

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The hvmble petition of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament sent to his excellence Robert Earle of Essex to be presented to his Majestie.

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London : Printed for Ed. Husbands and Iohn Francke ... 1642

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A declaration and resolution of the Lords and Commons in Parliament concerning His Majesties late proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion under the command of Robert Earl of Essex and the gracious offer of His Majesties free pardon to him, and to all such of his adherents as shall within six dayes after the date thereof lay down their arms.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed by L.N. and I.F. for Edward Husbands and John Franck, and are to be sold at their shops ... August 15, 1642

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Exceeding joyfull newes from His Excellence the Earle of Essex declaring his proceedings since his setting forth from London : likewise a famous victory obtained by His Excellence in Leicestershire against the cavaleers with the manner of the fight : also declaring a great conspiracie against His Excellence at Northampton, Sept. 11, there being a bullet shot into his chamber where hee lay

Well-willer of the Earle of Essex.

London : Printed for Thomas Cooke Sept. 15 [1642

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An ordinance or declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament shewing that all the regiments of foote, and troopes of horse in London and all parts of England : shall within fortie eight houres after publication hereof, march to His Excellence Robert Earle of Essex to be imployed for the defence of His Maiesty and kingdome the priviledge of Parliament and liberty of the subiect.

England and Wales.

... London : Printed for Iohn Wright Septemb. 24, 1642

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A Declaration of the valiant resolution of the famous prentices of London, with their protestation : who are willing to adventure their lives and fortunes under his excellencie the Earle of Essex : for the honour of the King, the preservation of the priviledge of Parliament, the libertie of the subject, the good of the kingdome, and especially of the citie of London : and for the maintenance of the Protestant religion, expelling all poperie, and the subduing of all the enemies of the true Church of England.

London : Printed for Thomas Banks 1642

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A Perfect relation of four letters of great consequence, read in the House of Commons, Octob. 11 and 12 : 1. the King of Spaine, his letter to his ambassadour concerning the affairs in England : 2. of the taking of five ships by the marchant adventurers that were coming out of Spain to aid the rebels in Ireland with great store of money, arms, and ammuntition : 3. Captain Thompsons relation to the House of his taking Sir Edward Berkeley and divers others in the county of Somerset and his bringing of them up to London : 4. Secretary Nicholas his letter concerning the Earl of Essex.

Edward Nicholas Sir, 1593-1669.; George Thompson active 17th century.; Philip IV, King of Spain, 1605-1665.

London : ... Printed for Robert Wood October 14, 1642

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A full and true relation of the great battle fought between the Kings army and His Excellency the Earle of Essex upon the 23 of October last past, being the same day twelve-moneth that the rebellion broke out in Ireland : sent in a letter

Edward. Kightley

London : publisher not identified November the 4, 1642

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A declaration and resolvtion of the Lords and Commons in Parliament : concerning His Maiesties late proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion under the command of Robert Earle of Essex : and the gracious offer of His Maiesties free pardon to him, and all such of his adherents as shall within six dayes after the date thereof lay downe their armes.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed by F. Leach for Edward Husbands, and Iohn Franck, and are to be sold at their shops ... August 15, 1642

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A declaration and resolution of the Lords and Commons in Parliament : concerning His Majesties late proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion under the command of Robert Earl of Essex and the gracious offer of His Majesties free pardon to him, and to all such of his adherents as shall within six dayes after the date thereof lay down their arms.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed by L.N. and I.F. for Edward Husbands and John Franck, and are to be sold at their shops ... August 15, 1642

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His Majesties declaration and propositions propounded to his Excellence the Earle of Essex : concerning a treaty of peace and a cessation of ames, by both armies : given at our court at Oxford, Decemb. 19, 1642 : also the Earles answer to the said propositions : likewise a true descovery of the practizes of the Lord Shandoice to betray the city of Gloucester to the cavaliers.

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

Place of publication not identified : Printed for I.H. and William Anderton Decemb. 22, 1642

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By the King, a proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion, under the command of Robert Earle of Essex : and the gracious offer of His Majesties free pardon to him, and all such of his adherents as shall within six dayes after the date hereof lay down their arms.

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

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

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All the proceedings of His Excellency the Earl of Essex, from the 1 of October to the 14 : being a true relation of divers skirmishes which happened between the Earle of Essex his forces and the cavaliers in the foresaid time : also a true relation of the taking of divers forts and castles by the said Earle : likewise a true relation of the taking of nine boats laden with ammunition by the Parliaments forces upon the river Severne as it was going to Shrewsbury.

London : Printed for Th. Thompson October 14, 1642

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The list of the army raised under the command of His Excellency Robert Earle of Essex, and Ewe, Viscount Hereford, Lord Ferrers of Chartley, Bourcheir and Lovaine, appointed captaine generall of the army imployed for the defence of the Protestant religion : the safety of His Majesties person : and of the Parliament : the preservation of the laws, liberties, and peace of the kingdom : and protection of His Majesties subjects from violence and oppression : with the names of severall officers belonging to the army.

England and Wales. Army.

London : Printed for John Partridge 1642

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His Majesties declaration and propositions propounded to his Excellence the Earle of Essex concerning a treaty of peace and a cessation of ames, by both armies : given at our court at Oxford, Decemb. 19, 1642 : also the Earles answer to the said propositions : likewise a true descovery of the practizes of the Lord Shandoice to betray the city of Gloucester to the cavaliers.

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

S.l. : Printed for I. H. and William Anderton Decemb. 22, 1642

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Exceeding welcome nevves from Beverley, or, York-shires love to London vvherein is declared the resolution of the gentry and commonalty of Yorkshire, to joyn with the London voluntiers, for the defence of the King and Parliament : vvith more ioyfull news from the Kings Most Excellent Majesty : also the Parliaments resolution, wherein they declare that they will live and die with the Earle of Essex, in the maintenance of the Protestant religion, and defence of the Kings honour.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for John Rider Aug. 4, 1642

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The Parliaments resolution for the speedy sending an Army into the North the Earl of Essex to be the generall, and that the Earl of Bedford be generall of the horse : also, the trve relation of a fight performed at New-Castle, between the Earle of New-Castle with 500 cavaleers, and the town and colliers of New-Castle who have been much prejudised by the Earls placing a garrison there where was 11 of the cavaleers killed, and the rest fled without hurt to say of the towne.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for G. Tomlinson 1642

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A True relation of a famous victory obtained against Prince Robert and twelve troupes of the cavaliers at the city of Wocester on Saturday the 24 of September by His Excellency the Earl of Essex in which Prince Robert is very dangerously wounded commissary Wimot run through with a sword, Captaine Sandys hurt Serjeant-Major Douglas slain and many others on both sides thirty of the cavaliers being taken prisoners : also the manner of His Excellencies coming into Worcester and the Maiors begging of pardon twice upon his knees for betraying the city.

London : Printed for Tho. Cooke Septemb. 29, 1642

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The declaration and votes of the Lords and Commons assembled 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.

England and Wales. Parliament. Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.

London : October 6. London printed for Iohn Wright 1642

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By the King, a proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion, under the command of Robert Earle of Essex and the gracious offer of His Majesties free pardon to him, and all such of his adherents as shall within six dayes after the date hereof lay down their arms.

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

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

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The humble petition of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Sent to his Excellence Robert Earle of Essex, to be presented to his Majestie. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that this be forthwith printed and published. Hen Elsinge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for Ed. Husbands and Iohn Francke, and are to be sold at the Kings head in Fleetstreet 1642

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A Perfect relation of four letters of great consequence, read in the House of Commons, Octob. 11 and 12 1. the King of Spaine, his letter to his ambassadour concerning the affairs in England : 2. of the taking of five ships by the marchant adventurers that were coming out of Spain to aid

Edward Nicholas Sir, 1593-1669.; George Thompson active 17th century.; Philip IV, King of Spain, 1605-1665.

London : ... Printed for Robert Wood October 14, 1642

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His Majesties message to Colonell Goring of Portsmovth wherein hee declares his resolution in comming in person to the said town : likewise the Parliaments instructions to the Earle of Essex concerning Portsmouth : wherein is declared the full power that they have given to the said Eale [sic] for the besieging of the said towne of Portsmouth : with their resolution concerning the Ile of Wight and their determination concerning adjourning the Parliament.

London : ... Printed for I. H. and T. Rider August 9 [1642

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His Majesties gratious message sent to both His houses of Parliament February 20

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

London : Printed by His Majesties command at Oxford by Leonard Lichfield 1642. [i.e. 1643

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The Kings proclamation and determination concerning the Earle of Essex and all who go under his command with the resolution of both Houses of Parliament concerning the said Earle of Essex and the same proclamation : also joyfull newes from the Earle of Warvvicke, concerning his takeing of many ships with horse and other ammunition for vvar : also the summe or substance of speech spoken by the Earl of Essex at a conference in the painted chamber between the Lords and the House of Commons in defence of his own integrity and his readinesse to proceed in this present cause.

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

London : Printed for T. Thomson August 16, 1642

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The Parliaments resolvtion concerning the volvntiers that are to bee raysed throughout the whole kingdome under the command of his excdlency [sic] the Earle of Essex likewise how Docter Bastwick was taken by the cavaleers and how wickedly he was handled by them.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : ... Printed for Thomas Baley 1642

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By the King, His Majesties offer of pardon to the rebells now in arms against him

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Oxford : L. Lichfield 1642

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A declaration and resolution of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning His Majesties late proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion, under the command of Robert Earl of Essex; and the gracious offer of His Majesties free pardon to him, and all such of his adherents as shall within six dayes after the date thereof lay down their arms. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that this declaration be forthwith printed and published: Hen. Elsinge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.

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

London : August 15. London, Printed for Edward Husbands and Iohn Franck, and are to be sold at their Shops in the middle Temple, and the Kings-head in Fleetstreet 1642

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