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Author: Watson, Lion.
Title: A more exact relation of the late battell neer York; fought by the English and Scotch forces, against Prince Rupert and the Marquess of Newcastle.: Wherein the passages thereof are more particularly set down, presented to the view of those who desire better satisfaction therin. Published for the more inlargement of our hearts to Almighty God on our day of Thanksgiving, commanded by authority for the great victory obtained. Allowed to be printed according to order.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A more exact relation of the late battell neer York; fought by the English and Scotch forces, against Prince Rupert and the Marquess of Newcastle.: Wherein the passages thereof are more particularly set down, presented to the view of those who desire better satisfaction therin. Published for the more inlargement of our hearts to Almighty God on our day of Thanksgiving, commanded by authority for the great victory obtained. Allowed to be printed according to order.
Watson, Lion., Grifen, Robert.

London: Printed by M. Simmons for H. Overton, 1644.
Subject terms:
Marston Moor, Battle of, England, 1644
Great Britain -- History
Rupert, -- Prince, Count Palatine, -- 1619-1682.
Newcastle, William Cavendish, -- Duke of, -- 1592-1676.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96086.0001.001

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A more exact Relation of the late BATTAILE neere Yorke, fought by the English and Scottish Forces, against Prince Rupert, and the Earle of New-Castle.
The Contents of another Letter sent from one in the Earle of Manchesters Army to a friend in London.