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Author: Yorke-shire gentleman.
Title: A new-come guest to the tovvne. That is, the descriminant oath which the Earle of Newcastle imposeth upon the countie and citie of Yorke,: and all others under his command and power, violently abusing them to the maintaining of this unnaturall warre against the Parliament, to the ruine of the kingdome, and themselves. Written by a Yorke-shire gentleman, for the good (especially) of his countriemen. With a particular list of the names of the most violent papists (men of that qualitie) and others that bare armes, or are ayding and assisting to the Earle of New-castle.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A new-come guest to the tovvne. That is, the descriminant oath which the Earle of Newcastle imposeth upon the countie and citie of Yorke,: and all others under his command and power, violently abusing them to the maintaining of this unnaturall warre against the Parliament, to the ruine of the kingdome, and themselves. Written by a Yorke-shire gentleman, for the good (especially) of his countriemen. With a particular list of the names of the most violent papists (men of that qualitie) and others that bare armes, or are ayding and assisting to the Earle of New-castle.
Yorke-shire gentleman., Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, attributed name. 1592-1676,

London: Printed for Matthew Walbancke, at Graies-Inne Gate, Iune the 5th. 1644.
Subject terms:
York (England) -- History
Great Britain -- History
Newcastle, William Cavendish, -- Duke of, -- 1592-1676. -- Declaration made by the Earl of Newcastle
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89953.0001.001

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AN Oath taken by the Gentrie, and Inhabitants of the CITIE and Countie of YORKE.
A briefe essay or discourse upon the same.
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