A true and perfect relation of the apprehension of 5. fryers, one pilgrim and three souldiers; who were all bound for Ireland :
but were stayd and taken at S. Ives, in the county of Cornwall, by the vice-admirall Master Basset, and from thence brought up to London, with the master of their ship, and committed to Newgate on Friday the ninth of Aprill, 1642. With the severall names of the prisoners, and an order of Parliament concerning the same [dated 4th March, 1641 O.S.]. Henry Elsinge, Cler. D. Parli.
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London : Printed for John Wright, 1642.
With woodcut on tp., on reverse of tp., and 2 on last page.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), T2550