The Resource Certaine and true news from Somerset-shire : with the besieging of Sir Ralph Hoptons house, together with the valiant and manfully performed courage of Mr. Arnold Hyward Gentleman, souldier, and lieutenant to the troope of young Captaine Pym, son to that worthy and well deserving member of the House of Commons Iohn Pym Esq. : likewise the manner of taking Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Berkley, and Mr. Dugdale, prisoners, and are now in the counter in London til further examination : also a true relation of the sad and unfortunate mischance which befell our hopeful Prince Charles and the Duke of Yorke by wild fire, &c, (electronic book)

Certaine and true news from Somerset-shire : with the besieging of Sir Ralph Hoptons house, together with the valiant and manfully performed courage of Mr. Arnold Hyward Gentleman, souldier, and lieutenant to the troope of young Captaine Pym, son to that worthy and well deserving member of the House of Commons Iohn Pym Esq. : likewise the manner of taking Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Berkley, and Mr. Dugdale, prisoners, and are now in the counter in London til further examination : also a true relation of the sad and unfortunate mischance which befell our hopeful Prince Charles and the Duke of Yorke by wild fire, &c, (electronic book)

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Certaine and true news from Somerset-shire : with the besieging of Sir Ralph Hoptons house, together with the valiant and manfully performed courage of Mr. Arnold Hyward Gentleman, souldier, and lieutenant to the troope of young Captaine Pym, son to that worthy and well deserving member of the House of Commons Iohn Pym Esq. : likewise the manner of taking Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Berkley, and Mr. Dugdale, prisoners, and are now in the counter in London til further examination : also a true relation of the sad and unfortunate mischance which befell our hopeful Prince Charles and the Duke of Yorke by wild fire, &c
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Certaine and true news from Somerset-shire
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with the besieging of Sir Ralph Hoptons house, together with the valiant and manfully performed courage of Mr. Arnold Hyward Gentleman, souldier, and lieutenant to the troope of young Captaine Pym, son to that worthy and well deserving member of the House of Commons Iohn Pym Esq. : likewise the manner of taking Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Berkley, and Mr. Dugdale, prisoners, and are now in the counter in London til further examination : also a true relation of the sad and unfortunate mischance which befell our hopeful Prince Charles and the Duke of Yorke by wild fire, &c
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eng
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EAA
Citation location within source
C1685
Citation source
Wing
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  • Charles
  • James
  • Berkeley, Edward
  • Dugdale, James
  • Hopton, Ralph Hopton
  • Howard, Arnold
  • Rodney, Edward
  • Somerset (England)
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Certaine and true news from Somerset-shire : with the besieging of Sir Ralph Hoptons house, together with the valiant and manfully performed courage of Mr. Arnold Hyward Gentleman, souldier, and lieutenant to the troope of young Captaine Pym, son to that worthy and well deserving member of the House of Commons Iohn Pym Esq. : likewise the manner of taking Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Berkley, and Mr. Dugdale, prisoners, and are now in the counter in London til further examination : also a true relation of the sad and unfortunate mischance which befell our hopeful Prince Charles and the Duke of Yorke by wild fire, &c, (electronic book)
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black and white
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12428968
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unknown
Extent
[2], 6 p.
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one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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cl0037000007
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Electronic reproduction.
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Certaine and true news from Somerset-shire : with the besieging of Sir Ralph Hoptons house, together with the valiant and manfully performed courage of Mr. Arnold Hyward Gentleman, souldier, and lieutenant to the troope of young Captaine Pym, son to that worthy and well deserving member of the House of Commons Iohn Pym Esq. : likewise the manner of taking Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Berkley, and Mr. Dugdale, prisoners, and are now in the counter in London til further examination : also a true relation of the sad and unfortunate mischance which befell our hopeful Prince Charles and the Duke of Yorke by wild fire, &c, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
12428968
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 6 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000007
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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