A true relation of a brave defeat given by the forces in Plimouth, to Sellum Greenvile, on Tuesday, the eighteenth of February, 1644

Publication Date1645
RemainderWritten thence by a sure hand to a speciall friend in London, and confirmed by many that were eye-witnesses of the same. With the taking of one lieutenant colonell, one major, some captaines, foure lieutenants, two ensignes, 92 common souldiers. There were also taken about 300 armes, good store of mattocks, shovels and faggots. Published according to order
Extent[2], 6 p.
PublisherPrinted by E.P. for Francis Coles, dwelling in the Old Bayly



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