The Resource 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 Cumberlaud [sic], and the number of men slaine on both sides. Likewise how the Earle of Cumberland, (being pursu'd) escaped out of the citie disguised like a shepheard. Sent in a letter (by one that was an eye-witnesse) to a friend in Thames-street

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 Cumberlaud [sic], and the number of men slaine on both sides. Likewise how the Earle of Cumberland, (being pursu'd) escaped out of the citie disguised like a shepheard. Sent in a letter (by one that was an eye-witnesse) to a friend in Thames-street

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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 Cumberlaud [sic], and the number of men slaine on both sides. Likewise how the Earle of Cumberland, (being pursu'd) escaped out of the citie disguised like a shepheard. Sent in a letter (by one that was an eye-witnesse) to a friend in Thames-street
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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.
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With the description of the battell fought between Sir Iohn Hotham and the Earle of Cumberlaud [sic], and the number of men slaine on both sides. Likewise how the Earle of Cumberland, (being pursu'd) escaped out of the citie disguised like a shepheard. Sent in a letter (by one that was an eye-witnesse) to a friend in Thames-street
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eng
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non fiction
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1607-1651
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  • Cooke, Thomas.
  • Derby, James Stanley
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • York (England)
  • Cumberland, Henry Clifford
  • Hotham, John
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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 Cumberlaud [sic], and the number of men slaine on both sides. Likewise how the Earle of Cumberland, (being pursu'd) escaped out of the citie disguised like a shepheard. Sent in a letter (by one that was an eye-witnesse) to a friend in Thames-street
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  • Signatures: A-A4
  • Title enclosed within an ornamental border ; includes head-piece and initial
  • Signed: "Your loving brother from Yorke, S. K." and dated: September 17. 1642
  • Thomason, E.118[14]
  • Wing (2nd ed.), K19
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ocn837666995
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4°.
Extent
[2], 8 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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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 Cumberlaud [sic], and the number of men slaine on both sides. Likewise how the Earle of Cumberland, (being pursu'd) escaped out of the citie disguised like a shepheard. Sent in a letter (by one that was an eye-witnesse) to a friend in Thames-street
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-A4
  • Title enclosed within an ornamental border ; includes head-piece and initial
  • Signed: "Your loving brother from Yorke, S. K." and dated: September 17. 1642
  • Thomason, E.118[14]
  • Wing (2nd ed.), K19
Control code
ocn837666995
Dimensions
4°.
Extent
[2], 8 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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