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Title: Another bloudy fight at Colchester in Essex, between the forces commanded by Sir Charles Lucas, Col. Washington, and Col. Lunsford, and the Lord Generall Fairfax's with the Generals' message to the L. Goring, and his Lordships answer thereunto concerning his Majesties pardon. With a perfect list of the numbers that were slain and taken prisoners on both sides; and the drawing off the Army, with his Excellencies letter to the inhabitants of Suffolk, for the pulling up of the bridges, and blocking up the highwayes. Likewise another great fight in and neere the city of Cambridge, between the Parliamentiers, and the Royalists and Schoolers of the severall Colledges. With the number that were slain and taken prisoners, and a great victory obtained. With a proclamation thereupon concerning the raising of forces for the King.
Publication Info: London : Printed for G.VV., Anno Dom. 1648.
subjects: [University of Cambridge -- History -- Early works to 1800] [Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Early works to 1800] [Essex (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800] [Cambridge (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800] [Colchester (England) -- History -- Siege, 1648 -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: Cambridge, July 6, 1638 a generall bill of all those which have been buried in the 14 parishes of Cambridge, and the liberties of the same, from the 17 of May untill this present 6 of July, 1638.
Publication Info: [Cambridge, England : s.n., 1638]
subjects: [Cambridge (England) -- Statistics, Vital] [Cambridge (England) -- History]
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Title: Remarkable passages from Nottingham, Lichfield, Leicester, and Cambridge: declaring what the Kings standard is, and the time and manner of its setting up. Also how Lichfield and Tamworth are disarmed, and the Lord Gray his house disarmed and pillaged by the traiterous cavaliers. Together with some other remarkable occurrents.
Publication Info: London : Printed for T. Underhill, Sept. 1. 1642.
subjects: [Great Britain -- History] [Nottingham (England) -- History] [Lichfield (England) -- History] [Leicester (England) -- History] [Cambridge (England) -- History]
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