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Author: Paine, George, Captaine.
Title: A true relation of all the skirmishes between our forces and the Cavaliers at Owlny.: Sent in a letter from Captaine George Paine, (one of the Captaines of the Red Regiment) who was an eye-witnesse of every severall conflict, to a deare friend of his in London. Wherein each particular is exactly set downe, for the satisfaction of such as are desirous to know the truth; and to stop the mouth of blasphemous malignants. This is licenced and entred into the Hall Booke according to order.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true relation of all the skirmishes between our forces and the Cavaliers at Owlny.: Sent in a letter from Captaine George Paine, (one of the Captaines of the Red Regiment) who was an eye-witnesse of every severall conflict, to a deare friend of his in London. Wherein each particular is exactly set downe, for the satisfaction of such as are desirous to know the truth; and to stop the mouth of blasphemous malignants. This is licenced and entred into the Hall Booke according to order.
Paine, George, Captaine.

London: Printed by E.G., 17 Novemb. 1643.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Militia
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90619.0001.001

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A True Relation of all the Proceedings betweene the Parliaments Forces and the Cavaliers at Oulney, sent in a Letter from a Captaine of the red Regiment, to a deare Friend at LONDON.