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Author: Sheppard, S. (Samuel)
Title: The yeare of jubile: or, Englands releasment, purchased by Gods immediate assistance, and powerfull aiding of her renowmed Parliament and the forces raised by them:: under the command of the right valiant, prosperous, and pious generall, Sir Thomas Fairfax. Being a summarie of all the atchievements, victories, and remarkable procedings of the armies aforesaid, from the late famous battail of Nasby, fought Iune 14, 1645, to the late reducement of Oxford and Faringdon. Together with a true and perfect list of the prisoners, arms, and ammunition, taken at each fight, and in each garison. And published at the desire of many worthy persons of this kingdom. / By S. Sheppard. Printed according to the order of Parliament.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The yeare of jubile: or, Englands releasment, purchased by Gods immediate assistance, and powerfull aiding of her renowmed Parliament and the forces raised by them:: under the command of the right valiant, prosperous, and pious generall, Sir Thomas Fairfax. Being a summarie of all the atchievements, victories, and remarkable procedings of the armies aforesaid, from the late famous battail of Nasby, fought Iune 14, 1645, to the late reducement of Oxford and Faringdon. Together with a true and perfect list of the prisoners, arms, and ammunition, taken at each fight, and in each garison. And published at the desire of many worthy persons of this kingdom. / By S. Sheppard. Printed according to the order of Parliament.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel), England and Wales. Parliament.

London: Printed for R.L., 1646.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, -- Baron, -- 1612-1671.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93103.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
TO The Renowmed, Valiant, Pious, and worthily Honoured, SIR THOMAS FAIRFAX, Captain Generall of the Forces rai∣sed by the Parliament of England, for the defence of His Majesties person, and priviledge of Parliament, and the liberty of the Subject.
An ACROSTICK on the Name of that Valiant and Pious Commander, Sir Thomas Fair∣fax, Captain Generall of the Forces raised by the Parliament of England, for the safety of his Majesties Person, the priviledge of Parliament, and liberty of the Subject,
THE YEARE OF JUBILE: The first Book.
CHAP. I. Sir Thomas Fairfax, Generall of the Forces raised by the Parliament of England, for the Defence of the true Religion, the safety of His Majesties Person, the Priviledge of Parliaments, and Liberty of the Sub∣ject, overthroweth and totally routeth the Royall Ar∣my at Knasby, in Northamptonshire, taketh in Leicester, relieveth the distressed Town of Taun∣ton, beleagured by the Kings Forces, and taketh the Town of Bridgwater; by a desperate storm.
CHAP. II. The Generall comming to Dorchester, the Boors or Club-men of Dorsetshire and Wiltshire, with their Leaders came unto him, desiring a passe from him, and that they might be allowed, to dispatch some se∣lected persons with Petitions to His Majesty and the Houses of Parliament, the routing of Goring by Sir Thomas Fairfax Forces neer Langport in So∣mersetshire, the Contents of the Club-mens Peti∣tion.
CHAP. III. Sir Thomas Fairfax receiveth the Town of Bathe by composition: A Narration of the Kings entertain∣ment at Huntington, and of the carriage of his Ar∣mie there.
CHAP. IV. Sir Thomas Fairfax taketh the strong Castle of Sher∣born, a List of the Arms and Ammunition, taken in the said Castle. He fighteth with, and discomfiteth the mutinous. Clubmen, taketh their chief Leaders. A List of their names.
CHAP. V. Sir THOMAS FAIRFAX gaineth the famous City of Bristoll, the Articles of agreement between the Commissioners appointed on the behalfe of the Governour, Prince Rupert and his Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax, for the surrendring of the Ci∣ty. Ruperts Entertainment at Oxford.
THE YEARE OF JUBILE: The second Book.
CHAP. I. Sir Thomas Fairfax taketh by storme the strong Castle of Tiverton, overthroweth and routeth two Ragi∣ments of the Kings Horse neer Bowytracy.
CHAP. II. The Generall obtaineth severall Conquests in the West to keep many Prisoners: A List of the names, Hee stormeth the Town of Dartmouth, and taketh it with many Prisoners.
CHAP. III. The Generall receiveth Poutheram Castle by composi∣tion, and prepareth for to fall on the City of Exceter.
CHAP. IV. The Generall forsaking Exceter, advanceth at Tor∣rington, meeteth with the Lord Hoptons Forces, whom after abloudy fight he vanquisheth and routeth and after advanceth for Cornwall.
CHAP. V. Sir Thomas Fairfax with his Army ariveth in Corn∣wall, hath divers Skirmishes with the enemy there: the Lord Hopton having recruited himself, commit∣teth many out-rages. The Cornish Petition to His Excellency, who having surrounded the Lord Hop∣ton, summons him to yield on Honourable conditi∣ons. Hoptons Answer.
THE YEARE OF JUBILE: The third Book.
CHAP. I. Sir Thomas Fairfax conclusion and finall agreement with the Lord Hopton, for the disbanding his for∣ces and submitting to the Parliament, the Articles of Agreement betwixt Sir Thomas Fairfax and him.
The Articles between the Lord Hopton, and Sir Thomas Fairfax were these.
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CHAP. II. Sir Thomas Fairfax receiveth the famous City of Ex∣ceter by composition, and begirteth the City of Ox∣ford, with a strong siedge.
CHAP. III. Sir Thomas Fairfax receiveth Bostell Garison by com∣position, likewise Oxford and Farrington, the Ar∣ticles agreed on for the surrender of each of them.
To the Schollers of the now surrendred Oxford.
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