A true and perfect relation of the manner of the apprehension and taking of 46. rebellious cavalliers at Brackly in Northamptonshire, under the command of Sir John Byron Colonell, who were surprised by the Lord Brookes his regiment, and first committed to the goale of Northampton for ten dayes space, aud [sic] from thence brought up to Newgate

Publication Date1642
Remainderbeing men of severall counties, intended for mischiefe and spoyle against the Parliament, and the Protestant religion, with a catalogue of the names of every particular person as they were delivered to the sheriffe of Middlesex in a list. Whereunto is annexed the true coppy of a letter from Sir John Byron Colonell to Master Clarke at Draughton neere Brackly in Northamptonshire. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that this be published. Septemb. 14. I. Browne Cler. Parliam
Extent[2], 8 p.
LocationPrinted at London
Publisherfor Thomas Bates, at his shop in the Old Baily

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