The Resource Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Bedford, lord generall of the horse, that is now set forth for the defence of the Protestant religion : declaring the happy and fortunate successe of the Protestant army at Siege-moore in sommersetshire upon the 19 day of this instant month of August who having received a challenge from the Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton and Sir John Stowell daring them to meet them at the said moor at the time and place appointed : which said gentlemen upon the 19 day assembled at Siege-moor with great number of men where Sir Francis Popham, Mr. Pine and Mr. Stroud met them wich [sic] 6000 horse and foot and after some parley concerning the King and Parliament they fell to blowes but after some 6 hours fight Sir Francis obtained the victory : the said Lord Paulet and his accomplices stood for the commission of array and Sir Francis and the rest of the gentlemen for the ordinance of Parliament, (electronic book)

Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Bedford, lord generall of the horse, that is now set forth for the defence of the Protestant religion : declaring the happy and fortunate successe of the Protestant army at Siege-moore in sommersetshire upon the 19 day of this instant month of August who having received a challenge from the Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton and Sir John Stowell daring them to meet them at the said moor at the time and place appointed : which said gentlemen upon the 19 day assembled at Siege-moor with great number of men where Sir Francis Popham, Mr. Pine and Mr. Stroud met them wich [sic] 6000 horse and foot and after some parley concerning the King and Parliament they fell to blowes but after some 6 hours fight Sir Francis obtained the victory : the said Lord Paulet and his accomplices stood for the commission of array and Sir Francis and the rest of the gentlemen for the ordinance of Parliament, (electronic book)

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Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Bedford, lord generall of the horse, that is now set forth for the defence of the Protestant religion : declaring the happy and fortunate successe of the Protestant army at Siege-moore in sommersetshire upon the 19 day of this instant month of August who having received a challenge from the Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton and Sir John Stowell daring them to meet them at the said moor at the time and place appointed : which said gentlemen upon the 19 day assembled at Siege-moor with great number of men where Sir Francis Popham, Mr. Pine and Mr. Stroud met them wich [sic] 6000 horse and foot and after some parley concerning the King and Parliament they fell to blowes but after some 6 hours fight Sir Francis obtained the victory : the said Lord Paulet and his accomplices stood for the commission of array and Sir Francis and the rest of the gentlemen for the ordinance of Parliament
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Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Bedford, lord generall of the horse, that is now set forth for the defence of the Protestant religion
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declaring the happy and fortunate successe of the Protestant army at Siege-moore in sommersetshire upon the 19 day of this instant month of August who having received a challenge from the Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton and Sir John Stowell daring them to meet them at the said moor at the time and place appointed : which said gentlemen upon the 19 day assembled at Siege-moor with great number of men where Sir Francis Popham, Mr. Pine and Mr. Stroud met them wich [sic] 6000 horse and foot and after some parley concerning the King and Parliament they fell to blowes but after some 6 hours fight Sir Francis obtained the victory : the said Lord Paulet and his accomplices stood for the commission of array and Sir Francis and the rest of the gentlemen for the ordinance of Parliament
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  • Bedford, William Russell
  • Somerset (England)
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Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Bedford, lord generall of the horse, that is now set forth for the defence of the Protestant religion : declaring the happy and fortunate successe of the Protestant army at Siege-moore in sommersetshire upon the 19 day of this instant month of August who having received a challenge from the Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton and Sir John Stowell daring them to meet them at the said moor at the time and place appointed : which said gentlemen upon the 19 day assembled at Siege-moor with great number of men where Sir Francis Popham, Mr. Pine and Mr. Stroud met them wich [sic] 6000 horse and foot and after some parley concerning the King and Parliament they fell to blowes but after some 6 hours fight Sir Francis obtained the victory : the said Lord Paulet and his accomplices stood for the commission of array and Sir Francis and the rest of the gentlemen for the ordinance of Parliament, (electronic book)
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Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Bedford, lord generall of the horse, that is now set forth for the defence of the Protestant religion : declaring the happy and fortunate successe of the Protestant army at Siege-moore in sommersetshire upon the 19 day of this instant month of August who having received a challenge from the Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton and Sir John Stowell daring them to meet them at the said moor at the time and place appointed : which said gentlemen upon the 19 day assembled at Siege-moor with great number of men where Sir Francis Popham, Mr. Pine and Mr. Stroud met them wich [sic] 6000 horse and foot and after some parley concerning the King and Parliament they fell to blowes but after some 6 hours fight Sir Francis obtained the victory : the said Lord Paulet and his accomplices stood for the commission of array and Sir Francis and the rest of the gentlemen for the ordinance of Parliament, (electronic book)
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Note
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
12210743
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8] 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.
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