The Resource A full relation of the desperate designe of the malignants, for the betraying of Monmouth towne and castle : With the particular manner of the discovery thereof by Sir Trevor Williams, and the means used to prevent it by Col. Morgan and Lieut. Col. Kerle. And divers malignant families thereupon by proclamation put out of the said town. Also, how Lieut. col. Kerle fell into the enemies quarters neere Hereford, and tooke divers prisoners, horse and armes. Likewise, a copy of Col. Sandys letter of the manner of taking Shelford-house, 140. of the enemy put to the sword, the governour wounded, and 30 officers and common prisoners taken. Published by speciall command

A full relation of the desperate designe of the malignants, for the betraying of Monmouth towne and castle : With the particular manner of the discovery thereof by Sir Trevor Williams, and the means used to prevent it by Col. Morgan and Lieut. Col. Kerle. And divers malignant families thereupon by proclamation put out of the said town. Also, how Lieut. col. Kerle fell into the enemies quarters neere Hereford, and tooke divers prisoners, horse and armes. Likewise, a copy of Col. Sandys letter of the manner of taking Shelford-house, 140. of the enemy put to the sword, the governour wounded, and 30 officers and common prisoners taken. Published by speciall command

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A full relation of the desperate designe of the malignants, for the betraying of Monmouth towne and castle : With the particular manner of the discovery thereof by Sir Trevor Williams, and the means used to prevent it by Col. Morgan and Lieut. Col. Kerle. And divers malignant families thereupon by proclamation put out of the said town. Also, how Lieut. col. Kerle fell into the enemies quarters neere Hereford, and tooke divers prisoners, horse and armes. Likewise, a copy of Col. Sandys letter of the manner of taking Shelford-house, 140. of the enemy put to the sword, the governour wounded, and 30 officers and common prisoners taken. Published by speciall command
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A full relation of the desperate designe of the malignants, for the betraying of Monmouth towne and castle
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With the particular manner of the discovery thereof by Sir Trevor Williams, and the means used to prevent it by Col. Morgan and Lieut. Col. Kerle. And divers malignant families thereupon by proclamation put out of the said town. Also, how Lieut. col. Kerle fell into the enemies quarters neere Hereford, and tooke divers prisoners, horse and armes. Likewise, a copy of Col. Sandys letter of the manner of taking Shelford-house, 140. of the enemy put to the sword, the governour wounded, and 30 officers and common prisoners taken. Published by speciall command
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1607-1651
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  • Bates, Thomas.
  • Derby, James Stanley
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Williams, Trevor
  • Morgan, Thomas
  • Kerle, John
  • Sandys, Samuel
  • Great Britain
  • Monmouth, Wales
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A full relation of the desperate designe of the malignants, for the betraying of Monmouth towne and castle : With the particular manner of the discovery thereof by Sir Trevor Williams, and the means used to prevent it by Col. Morgan and Lieut. Col. Kerle. And divers malignant families thereupon by proclamation put out of the said town. Also, how Lieut. col. Kerle fell into the enemies quarters neere Hereford, and tooke divers prisoners, horse and armes. Likewise, a copy of Col. Sandys letter of the manner of taking Shelford-house, 140. of the enemy put to the sword, the governour wounded, and 30 officers and common prisoners taken. Published by speciall command
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  • Title enclosed within an ornamental border ; includes head-piece and initial
  • Signatures: A-A4
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[2], 6 p.
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  • Provenance: Inscription on front paste-down endpaper "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Shelf 1, No.6."
  • List of tracts in ink by former owner [James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby] on front free endpaper and verso.
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A full relation of the desperate designe of the malignants, for the betraying of Monmouth towne and castle : With the particular manner of the discovery thereof by Sir Trevor Williams, and the means used to prevent it by Col. Morgan and Lieut. Col. Kerle. And divers malignant families thereupon by proclamation put out of the said town. Also, how Lieut. col. Kerle fell into the enemies quarters neere Hereford, and tooke divers prisoners, horse and armes. Likewise, a copy of Col. Sandys letter of the manner of taking Shelford-house, 140. of the enemy put to the sword, the governour wounded, and 30 officers and common prisoners taken. Published by speciall command
Publication
Note
  • Title enclosed within an ornamental border ; includes head-piece and initial
  • Signatures: A-A4
Dimensions
4°.
Extent
[2], 6 p.
Ownership
  • Provenance: Inscription on front paste-down endpaper "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Shelf 1, No.6."
  • List of tracts in ink by former owner [James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby] on front free endpaper and verso.

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