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Author: Strickland, Robert, Sir, ca. 1600-1670.
Title: The Queenes resolution discovered by some letters read in the House of Commons.: From Master Strickland, a member of of [sic] the House. Relating her providing of foure ships with ammunition for her comming over into England, which were stayed by a statesman of ware, upon report of fourteene other ships she had provided in the Brill in Holland. Also an examination, and articles of Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Barkley, and one Master Dugdale a divine, and brought to the House of Commons, with a troope of horse, being taken in Sommersetshire.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Queenes resolution discovered by some letters read in the House of Commons.: From Master Strickland, a member of of [sic] the House. Relating her providing of foure ships with ammunition for her comming over into England, which were stayed by a statesman of ware, upon report of fourteene other ships she had provided in the Brill in Holland. Also an examination, and articles of Sir Edward Rodney, Sir Edward Barkley, and one Master Dugdale a divine, and brought to the House of Commons, with a troope of horse, being taken in Sommersetshire.
Strickland, Robert, Sir, ca. 1600-1670., Berkeley, Edward, Sir, b. 1619., Dugdale, James, 1591 or 2-1661?, Rodney, Edward, Sir, 1590-1657.

London: Printed for Rich. Butler, 1642.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Henrietta Maria, -- Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, -- 1609-1669.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94053.0001.001

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The Queenes resolution discovered, by some Letters read in the House of Commons from Master Strickland, a Member of the House, relating her providing of foure ships, with Ammunition, for her comming over into England, which were staid by a Statesman of Warre, upon report of 14 other ships she had provided in the Brill in Holland.