Title: A perfect diurnall of the proceedings in Hartford-shire, from the 15. of August to the 29.: Wherein is declared how the Earle of Bedfords troops searched the Lord Capels house, where they found armes sufficient to arm a thousand men. Also how they searched Sir Thomas Fanshaw's house, where they found two peeces of ordnance, barrels of powder, muskets and pikes. With a true discovery of the great preparation that the said Sir Thomas Fanshaw hath made for the space of three moneths for some dangerous designe, being one of the Commissioners of Array for that county. Whereunto is added an information given by Sir Thomas Dakers (a member of the House of Commons) intimating that he suspected the Earle of Bedfords troupes should have battell given them by Sir John Watson before they came to Hartford.
Publication Info: [London] : Printed for W.M., Septemb. 1. 1642.
subjects: [Great Britain -- History] [Hertfordshire (England) -- History] [Bedford, William Russell, -- Duke of, -- 1613-1700] [Capel of Hadham, Arthur Capel, -- Baron, -- 1610?-1649] [Fanshawe, Thomas Fanshawe, -- Viscount, -- 1596-1665] [Watson, John, -- Sir]