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Author: Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674?
Title: The declaration of Major Gen. Massey upon his death-bed at Leicester:: with his protestation, acknowledgment, and proposals, concerning the King of Scots, religion, and covenant; together with his remonstrance, or letter, written by his own hand; and subscribed Edward Massey. Also, the Scots Kings speech to the said Major Gen. upon his departure from him neer Worcester; the totall routing of the rest of his forces in Cheshire: Col. Humes, Col. Hambleton Col. Hart, and divers other officers and soldiers taken prisoners: with the number killed; and the manner how Charles Stuart forced his passage through forty club-men, and so escaped towards Scotland. Likewise, Captain Sympkins speech at the place of execution in Chester, who was shot to death on Tuesday last, for assisting the aforesaid Charles Stuart against the Parliament.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The declaration of Major Gen. Massey upon his death-bed at Leicester:: with his protestation, acknowledgment, and proposals, concerning the King of Scots, religion, and covenant; together with his remonstrance, or letter, written by his own hand; and subscribed Edward Massey. Also, the Scots Kings speech to the said Major Gen. upon his departure from him neer Worcester; the totall routing of the rest of his forces in Cheshire: Col. Humes, Col. Hambleton Col. Hart, and divers other officers and soldiers taken prisoners: with the number killed; and the manner how Charles Stuart forced his passage through forty club-men, and so escaped towards Scotland. Likewise, Captain Sympkins speech at the place of execution in Chester, who was shot to death on Tuesday last, for assisting the aforesaid Charles Stuart against the Parliament.
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674?

London: Printed for George Wharton, 1651.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Charles -- King of England, -- 1630-1685.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88907.0001.001

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THE Declaration of Major General Massey upon his Death bed in the Newark at Leice∣ster: With his Protestation and testimo∣ny touching his Master the King, and the Parliament of England.
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