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Author: Hamilton, Frederick, Sir, fl. 1645.
Title: The information of Sir Frederick Hammilton, Knight, and Colonell, given to the Committee of Both Kingdoms,: concerning Sir William Cole, Knight, and Colonell; with the scandalous answer of the said Sir William Cole, Knight; together with the replication of Sir Frederick Hammilton, in answer to the said scandalous and recriminating pamphlet of Sir William Cole. With divers letters and depositions, for the cleering of the said Sir Frederick Hammilton, from the severall scandals and aspersions in the said answer of Sir William Cole.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The information of Sir Frederick Hammilton, Knight, and Colonell, given to the Committee of Both Kingdoms,: concerning Sir William Cole, Knight, and Colonell; with the scandalous answer of the said Sir William Cole, Knight; together with the replication of Sir Frederick Hammilton, in answer to the said scandalous and recriminating pamphlet of Sir William Cole. With divers letters and depositions, for the cleering of the said Sir Frederick Hammilton, from the severall scandals and aspersions in the said answer of Sir William Cole.
Hamilton, Frederick, Sir, fl. 1645., Cole, William, Sir, d. 1653.

[London: s.n.], Printed, anno Dom. 1645.
Subject terms:
Cole, William, -- Sir, -- d. 1653
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86994.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Impartiall READER.
A COPY of the ORDER, by Vertue whereof Sir Frederick Hamilton exhibited Articles against Sir William Cole, and others.
To the Right Honourable, the Lords, and others, the Committee of both Kingdoms. The Information of Sir Frederick Hammilton Knight, and Colonell, against Sir William Cole, Knight.
To the Right Honourable the Lords, and others, The Committees of both Kingdoms. The humble Answer of Sir William Cole Knight, and Colo∣nell, to the Information of Sir Frederick Hammilton Knight, Exhibited against him to your Lordships, the 26. of December, 1644.
The Replication of Sir Frederick Hammilton, Knight, and Colonell, To the Scandalous Recriminating Answer of Sir William Cole, Given in to the Information of the said Sir Frederick, Exhibited against him, to the Honourable Committee of both Kingdoms, the 26. of December. 1644.
A Copy of the Lord Lievtenant and Councell of Ireland; Their Letter procured by Sir William Cole, against the Garrison at Castle-Hammilton, for breaking of the CESSATION.
The Copy of Sir William Coles Letter, which he sent in the absence of Sir Frederick Hammilton, to his Ca∣stle and Garrison; with the Copy of an old Petition, in the name of Master Robert Parck, then Prisoner at Man∣nor-Hammilton Castle; by which Petition, and the Lords Justices and Councell, their Order thereupon may ap∣pear, how little Warrant or Reason, Sir William Cole had to meddle in that businesse, which he forbore, till after the Cessation was concluded; and that he knew Sir Frederick to be gone with a Resolution not to submit to that dishonourable Cessation.
The humble Petition of Robert Parck Equire. To the Right Honourable the Lords Justices.
order
The Copy of Sir Frederick Hammiltons Letter to the Lords Justices and Councell of Ire∣land, upon the receit of this Petition and Order thereupon, to∣gether with the Copy of a Letter written by the Prisoner Master Parck to his Father in Law Sir Edward Povy, then in Du∣blin, who procured the said Order, as also the Copy of a Let∣ter from the Lord Taaffe that Arch-Rebell and wicked Incen∣diary.
A Copy of Master Parcks Letter to his Father in Law.
A Copy of the Lord Taaffes Letter, after I had hanged and killed, divers of his Kinred, and Friends, who had robbed me, and my Tenants, and had beleagured me divers times in my Castle.
A Copy of the severall Depositions of Witnesses, taken by Sir Frederick Hammilton Knight, and Colonell, concerning Master Robert Park, and his Brother William Parck, their carriage since the begin∣ning of this Rebellion.
The Depositions of George Heath Serjeant, taken the 23. July, 1643.
The Depositions of Roger Smith taken ut supra.
The Depositions of Dermond O Ferry Harper, taken the 12. of January, 1642.
The Deposition of Thomas Jones Clerk, taken the 14. of July, 1642.
The Depositions of Rice Jones Gentleman taken ut supra.
The Depositions of William Parkenson of New∣town Butler, taken the 12. Jan. 1642.
The Depositions of Thomas Witticomb Smith, taken the 10. of August. 1642.
The Depositions of William Bryan of Newtown Weaver, taken ut supra.
The Deposition of Willam Morray Weaver, taken ut supra.
The Deposition of Owen Mac O Bryan, Serjeant to Master Robert Parke taken the 15th. of July, 1642.
The Depositions of Walter Harrison, taken the 13. of January, 1642.
The Depositions of Benjamin Alexander, Clerk, taken the 10. of August. 1642.
The Depositions of Connor O Fynny, taken the 13. of January. 1642.
The Copy of a Certificate given under the hands of severall Gentlemen, at the desire of Sir Frederick Hammilton. Dated 14. of January. 1642.
The Copy of a Letter from the Lords Justices and Councell of Ireland.
William Parsons, Joh. Borlasse.