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Author: Johnson, William, 17th cent.
Title: The resolution of the gentry and commonalty in the county of Nottingham, presented to his Excellence the Earle of Essex, the 12. of Septemb.: VVherin they declare the innumerable oppressions that they have suffered by the cavaliers, since the setting up of His Majesties standard at Nottingham. Likewise manifesting their intentions to joyne with his Excellence, and to be assisting as far as in them lies, to bring these cavaliers and evil counsellers to condigne punishment. Also the true proceedings of his Excellence, since his arrivall in Nottinghamshire. Whereunto is annexed, the substance of a letter sent from one of the Kings servants, declaring His Majesties great want of money, insomuch that he hath not paid his servants any board-wages since the beginning of this war.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The resolution of the gentry and commonalty in the county of Nottingham, presented to his Excellence the Earle of Essex, the 12. of Septemb.: VVherin they declare the innumerable oppressions that they have suffered by the cavaliers, since the setting up of His Majesties standard at Nottingham. Likewise manifesting their intentions to joyne with his Excellence, and to be assisting as far as in them lies, to bring these cavaliers and evil counsellers to condigne punishment. Also the true proceedings of his Excellence, since his arrivall in Nottinghamshire. Whereunto is annexed, the substance of a letter sent from one of the Kings servants, declaring His Majesties great want of money, insomuch that he hath not paid his servants any board-wages since the beginning of this war.
Johnson, William, 17th cent.

London: Printed for Henry Fowler, Septem. 15. 1642.
Subject terms:
Royalists -- History -- England
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87613.0001.001

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THE RESOLVTION OF The Gentry and Commonalty In the County of NOTTINGHAM.