Three severall letters of great importance. :
The first, containing the brave exploits of the Lyme men at Axmister in Devonshire; together with a perfect list of the number of prisoners, ordnance, armes, and ammmuition [sic] taken there. The second, containing the late affaires at Duncanon Fort, and the city of Corke in Ireland, together with the conversion of one bishop and two deanes; shewing that they are willing to relinquish their pompe and great titles and to become single ministers againe. The third, concerning the late losse of Monmouth, and the possibility of regaining it. Passed according to order.
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London : printed for G. B., Decemb. 6. 1644.
The first letter signed: P. C.
The second letter signed: S. S.
The third letter signed: I. C.
This copy from the Fairfax Collection.
Physical description:  p. ; 18 cm (4to.)
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), T1117
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