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Author: Prescot, Giles.
Title: A remonstrance or declaration, of the names of the knights and gentlemen that take part with Sir Ralph Hopton, and other delinquents, in Devonshire, and Cornewall with the number of their forces.: Also the names of the knights and gentlemen that stand well affected to the Parliament. The names of those which stand for the King. Sir Charles Wray, Sir Robert Raynton, Mr. Pollard. Mr. Ingleby, Sir Iohn Venner, Mr. Fortescue, Mr Drake, and others, in the north part of the county. Mr. Berry, Mr. Ackland, and others, opposers of these malignants. Sir Iohn Banlet, Mr. Ash, in the East part, opposed by Sir George Chudleigh, Capt. Gifford, and divers other well affected gentlemen, which stand for the King and Parliament.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A remonstrance or declaration, of the names of the knights and gentlemen that take part with Sir Ralph Hopton, and other delinquents, in Devonshire, and Cornewall with the number of their forces.: Also the names of the knights and gentlemen that stand well affected to the Parliament. The names of those which stand for the King. Sir Charles Wray, Sir Robert Raynton, Mr. Pollard. Mr. Ingleby, Sir Iohn Venner, Mr. Fortescue, Mr Drake, and others, in the north part of the county. Mr. Berry, Mr. Ackland, and others, opposers of these malignants. Sir Iohn Banlet, Mr. Ash, in the East part, opposed by Sir George Chudleigh, Capt. Gifford, and divers other well affected gentlemen, which stand for the King and Parliament.
Prescot, Giles.

London: Printed by Tho. Favvcet, Octob. 29. 1642.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Cornwall (England : County) -- History
Devon (England) -- History
Hopton, Ralph Hopton, -- Baron, -- 1598-1652
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90943.0001.001

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