Title: A letter from an eminent person in the northerne army:: how Sunday night, March 5. 1647. a party of horse and foot came to the wals of Carlile, and having ladders, entred the castle, broke open the gaole, wounded the governour, let out the prisoners, and retreated into Scotland. With the proceedings of the Parliament in Scotland. Also a letter concerning the Lord Inchequin March 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gil. Mabbot.
Author: Eminent person in the northerne army.
Publication info: Printed at London : by Robert Ibbitson in Smithfield, neere the Queens-head Tavern, 1648.
subjects: [Great Britain -- History] [Carlisle (England) -- History] [Ireland -- History] [Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, -- Earl of, -- 1614-1674]
Title: The routing of the Lord Digby, and Sir Marmad. Langdale at Carlisle-Sands; by Sir John Brown. Certified by letters from Sir John Brown, to Generall Lesley, and other letters to the Scots commissioners. 100. slain upon the place. 200. horse taken. Digbyes quartermaster general. 3. collonels & lieut. collonels. 3. captaines. The Lord Digbyes standard. Sir Marm. Langdales standard. 3. cullers of horse. 1000. totally routed; and the Lord Digby and Sir Marmaduke Langdale, fled to the Isle of Man in a cock-boat. Commanded to be printed, and published according to order.
Publication info: London printed, : by Jane Coe., 1645.
Title: A true relation of the totall routing of the Lord George Digby and Sir Marmaduke Langdale: by the Scottish forces under the command of Sir John Browne of Fordell, Knight. Certified by an expresse from His Excellency Generall Leven to the commissioners of the kingdome of Scotland residing at London. Dated at Allerton October 28. 1645. Published by authority.
Publication info: London : Printed by M.B. for Robert Bostock at the Kings Head in Pauls Churchyard, 1645.
subjects: [Great Britain -- History] [Carlisle (England) -- History]