Letters by vvhich it is certified, that Sir Samuell Luke tooke at Islji

Publication Date1644
RemainderFiftie horse, and fiftie pound in money, twentie seaven prisoners: Sir--Fortescue being one, three were taken prisoners at New-Castle underline: by Collonell Ridgley. Foureteene taken prisoners by Collonell Mitton, in pursuing the enemy, with Trallop and others, being of the number of foureteene officers, and others taken prisoners, neere Greeneland-House; and how Nontwich and Weme, are quit of the enemie, and a partie sent from the Earle of Denbigh to bring them provision. 80. prisoners taken by Major Sanders of Derby. As also how foure offficers held the inn-keepers daughter of the Swan at Litchfield, while Major Conaugh an Irish rebell ravisht her. And how a cavalier priest preaching, that those English, and Irish that are slaine in arms against the Parliament; are marters, and their soules shall by saved, was strooke dumb in his pulpit at Burton. Testified by Collonell Chadwick printed according to order
Extent[2], 7 [i.e. 6] p.
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