The Resource A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert, : at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close. Willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people: also to let the inhabitants upon reasonable quarter depart the place with bag and baggage, to the end that no bloud might be spilt, whereby it may become an Acceldama, &c

A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert, : at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close. Willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people: also to let the inhabitants upon reasonable quarter depart the place with bag and baggage, to the end that no bloud might be spilt, whereby it may become an Acceldama, &c

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A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert, : at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close. Willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people: also to let the inhabitants upon reasonable quarter depart the place with bag and baggage, to the end that no bloud might be spilt, whereby it may become an Acceldama, &c
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A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert,
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at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close. Willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people: also to let the inhabitants upon reasonable quarter depart the place with bag and baggage, to the end that no bloud might be spilt, whereby it may become an Acceldama, &c
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • C2493
  • E.99[30]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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England and Wales
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1607-1651
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  • Underwood, James.
  • Derby, James Stanley
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Charles
  • RUPERT, Prince, Count Palatine of the Rhine
  • Lichfield (England)
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert, : at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close. Willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people: also to let the inhabitants upon reasonable quarter depart the place with bag and baggage, to the end that no bloud might be spilt, whereby it may become an Acceldama, &c
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Publication
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  • Signatures: A-A4
  • Title enclosed within an ornamental border ; includes head-piece and initial
  • pp. [3-9] in black letter
  • Includes Charles I's coat of arms on title page
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 28 1643"
Dimensions
4°.
Extent
[9] p.
Other physical details
coat of arms
Ownership
  • Provenance: Inscription on front paste-down endpaper "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Shelf 1, No.5."
  • List of tracts in ink by former owner [James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby] on half title.
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A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert, : at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close. Willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people: also to let the inhabitants upon reasonable quarter depart the place with bag and baggage, to the end that no bloud might be spilt, whereby it may become an Acceldama, &c
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-A4
  • Title enclosed within an ornamental border ; includes head-piece and initial
  • pp. [3-9] in black letter
  • Includes Charles I's coat of arms on title page
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 28 1643"
Dimensions
4°.
Extent
[9] p.
Other physical details
coat of arms
Ownership
  • Provenance: Inscription on front paste-down endpaper "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Shelf 1, No.5."
  • List of tracts in ink by former owner [James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby] on half title.

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