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Author: Hyword, Abel.
Title: A famous victory obtained before the city of Exeter, on Sunday Ianuary 1. by Captaine Pym, against Sir Ralph Hopton, and the Cornish cavaliers: where after foure houres fight, he obtained a glorious victory, and slew above a thousand of the cavaliers, and tooke 38. prisoners, and 7. pieces of ordnance, with the losse of a hundred men at the most. Being the copie of a letter, sent from Lievetenant Hyword, to his worthy friend, inhabiting in the Citie of London. Bearing date January 2. 1643.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A famous victory obtained before the city of Exeter, on Sunday Ianuary 1. by Captaine Pym, against Sir Ralph Hopton, and the Cornish cavaliers: where after foure houres fight, he obtained a glorious victory, and slew above a thousand of the cavaliers, and tooke 38. prisoners, and 7. pieces of ordnance, with the losse of a hundred men at the most. Being the copie of a letter, sent from Lievetenant Hyword, to his worthy friend, inhabiting in the Citie of London. Bearing date January 2. 1643.
Hyword, Abel.

[London]: January 6. Printed for I.H. and T. Finch, 1643.
Subject terms:
Exeter (England) -- History
Great Britain -- History
Hopton, Ralph Hopton, -- Baron, -- 1598-1652
Pym, Alexander, -- d. 1660
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86955.0001.001

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A Famous VICTORY: Obtained by Captain Pym, before the Citie of EXETER. Against Sir Ralph Hopton; And the rest of the Cornish Cavaliers.