Thetford (England) -- History. : Joyfull nevves from Norvvich : wherein is declared hovv the Earle of Lindsey endeavoured to raise a party against the Parliament in severall parts of that county as Yarmouth, Thetford, Linne, Atle Burrow, Downam, and many other places in the said county but being opposed by the welaffected Protestants of the said county, they were forced to fly some of them being imprisoned and sent up to the Parliament and by them committed to gate house : likewise exceeding joyfull newes from Cobham-Hall in Kent wherein is declared how Serjeant Major Shipton hath taken 5 waggons of ammunition one coach full of money and plate which was brought to Guild-Hall on Monday last the 15 of August, 1642.
Thetford (England) -- Names. : The history and antiquities of Glastonbury. : To which are added, (i.) The endowment and orders of Sherington's chantry, founded in Saint Paul's Church, London. (2.) Dr. Plot's letter to the Earl of Arlington concerning Thetford. To all which pieces (never before printed) preface is prefix'd, and an appendix subjoyn'd, by the publisher Thomas Hearne, M.A.