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Author: Pointz, John.
Title: A true relation of the taking of Roger Manwering Bishop of St. Davids coming from Ireland in a disguis'd habit, in the ship call'd the Eagle, the 28. of June, 1642.: By Captaine John Pointz. Also the relation of the sudden rising of the Lord Strange in Lankashire, and of his intention of the taking of the magazine of Larpoole. Likewise concerning the Lord Digbies coming over in the ship call'd the Providence, his being chased at sea by our ships. And how Sir Edward Stradling, and Colonell Ashburnham were with a French-man of war taken coming from Holland in a pinnace, going for Yorke. Unto which is annexed a conspiracie against Sir Henry Tichbourn Governour of Droghedagh, by Captain Garner; and how Tradagh had like to have been betrayed by the rebels. Also an order against proclaiming any proclamation, order, or declaration, contrary to any order or ordinance of both Pouses [sic] of Parliament. Hen. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true relation of the taking of Roger Manwering Bishop of St. Davids coming from Ireland in a disguis'd habit, in the ship call'd the Eagle, the 28. of June, 1642.: By Captaine John Pointz. Also the relation of the sudden rising of the Lord Strange in Lankashire, and of his intention of the taking of the magazine of Larpoole. Likewise concerning the Lord Digbies coming over in the ship call'd the Providence, his being chased at sea by our ships. And how Sir Edward Stradling, and Colonell Ashburnham were with a French-man of war taken coming from Holland in a pinnace, going for Yorke. Unto which is annexed a conspiracie against Sir Henry Tichbourn Governour of Droghedagh, by Captain Garner; and how Tradagh had like to have been betrayed by the rebels. Also an order against proclaiming any proclamation, order, or declaration, contrary to any order or ordinance of both Pouses [sic] of Parliament. Hen. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D.
Pointz, John., England and Wales. Parliament.

London: Printed by Tho: Banks, July 9. 1642.
Subject terms:
Providence (ship)
Ireland -- History
Great Britain -- Naval operations
Ashburnham, William, -- d. 1679.
Bristol, George Digby, -- Earl of, -- 1612-1677.
Derby, James Stanley, -- Earl of, -- 1607-1651.
Garner, -- Captain.
Maynwaring, Roger, -- 1590-1653.
Stradling, Edward, -- Sir, -- 1601-1644.
Tichborne, Henry, -- Sir, -- 1581?-1667.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90918.0001.001

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A TRUE RELATION OF THE TAKING Of Roger Manwering Bishop of St. Davis coming from Ireland in a disguised habit; in the Ship called the EAGLE.
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