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Author: Randolph, John, Captain.
Title: Honour advanced: or, A briefe account of the long keeping, and late leaving of the close at Liechfield,: being a full relation of all the passages worthy observation during the whole time of the siege; as also of the honourable tearmes upon which it was resigned. Together with the names of those valiant commanders who have done this service both for church and state; some of them unexperienced in warre, yet all couragious for the truth. By Captaine John Randolph, a commander, and eye-witnesser in the said close.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Honour advanced: or, A briefe account of the long keeping, and late leaving of the close at Liechfield,: being a full relation of all the passages worthy observation during the whole time of the siege; as also of the honourable tearmes upon which it was resigned. Together with the names of those valiant commanders who have done this service both for church and state; some of them unexperienced in warre, yet all couragious for the truth. By Captaine John Randolph, a commander, and eye-witnesser in the said close.
Randolph, John, Captain.

[London]: Printed for Tho: Underhill, 1643.
Subject terms:
Lichfield (England) -- History
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92143.0001.001

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Gods goodnesse and severity: MANIFESTED IN The strange preservation of the Gar∣rison in Liechfield Close; and after a long Siege, honourably surrendred to Prince Rupert and his Forces.