The victorious and fortunate proceedings of Sir William Waller and his forces in Wales, and other places since they left Malmsbury

Publication Date1643
RemainderWith the true manner of his taking Highnam and 150 commanders, and gentlemen, and 1444 common prisoners, well armed: also how hee beate up Prince Maurice his quarters, brake thorow his army, and came safe to Gloster, from whence he sent Lieutenant Colonell Massey, to take Teuksbury, which he hath since effected. As it was sent in a letter from Sir William Waller, and Sir Arthur Haslerig, and read in both Houses of Parliament, April 15. 1643. Die Sabbathi, 15 Aprilis, 1643. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter shall bee forthwith printed andpublished [sic]. John Browne Cler. Parliamento
Extent[8] p.
PublisherAprill 17. Printed for John Wright, in the Old-Bailey



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