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Author: Noble hand.
Title: A full declaration of all particulers concerning the march of the forces under Collonell Fiennes to Bristoll, and their carriage upon their enemies approach.: As also a relation of the late bloody abominable conspiracy against the city of Bristoll, as appeareth by the examination of the parties, discovering their plot and intention. Together with sundry letters annexed. With the certaine information, touching the death of Will: Kendall a trooper of Collonel Essex, who was shot by the said Collonel. From a Noble hand.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A full declaration of all particulers concerning the march of the forces under Collonell Fiennes to Bristoll, and their carriage upon their enemies approach.: As also a relation of the late bloody abominable conspiracy against the city of Bristoll, as appeareth by the examination of the parties, discovering their plot and intention. Together with sundry letters annexed. With the certaine information, touching the death of Will: Kendall a trooper of Collonel Essex, who was shot by the said Collonel. From a Noble hand.
Noble hand., Langrish, Hercules.

[London]: Aprill, 18. London: Printed for R.D., 1643.
Subject terms:
Bristol (England) -- History
Great Britain -- History
Fiennes, Nathaniel, -- 1607 or 8-1669
Kendall, William, -- d. 1643
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A84982.0001.001

Contents
title page
A more full DECLARATION Of all particulars, concerning the March of the Forces under Col. Fiennes to Bristoll, & their carriage upon their enemies approach.
A Short Relation of the late bloudy, abomi∣nable Conspiracy, against this City of Bristoll, as ap∣peareth by the Examination of the Parties. Together with sundry Letters annexed.
letter
The Examination of William VValker of Thorneborough, Souldier under Capt: Seymore in the fight at Cirencester.
The Examination of Guido Syllcockes the 27. of Febr.
testimony
letter
To the Honourable Colonell NATHANIEL FJENNES, Governour of the Army, of the City of Bristoll. The Certaine Information of Richard Kent, John Vernon, and Iohn Smith, late Troopers to Colonell Thomas Essex, touching the Death of VVilliam Kendall, one of their fellow Troopers, (viz.)
conclusion