Great Britain -- History -- Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660 -- Correspondence. : An exact and perfect relation of every particular of the fight at VVorcester and ordering the battle on both sides of the river of Severne / from an emminent officer of the army ; severall letters from Scotland signifying the taking of Sir Philip Musgrave with severall other lords and lairds, and 500 of their party kild and taken neer Dumfreeze in Scotland ; also a letter from Col. Alured of the manner of the taking of Generall Lesley, &c. at Ellitt near Dundee ... ; lastly, also a letter of the taking of Dundee by storme September 1, in which storme Major Gen. Lumsden and 600 more of the Scots were slaine, &c.
Great Britain -- History -- Puritan Revolution, 1649-1660 -- Sources. : The rebells warning-piece; : being certaine rules and instructions left by Alderman Hoyle (a member of Parliament) being a burgesse for York-shire, who hanged himself Ianuary 30. within half an hour after that day twelve-moneth he and his sectarian brethren had murthered their King. This seasonable caveat being written by his owne hand, was found lying by him in the chamber where he hanged himselfe. Also the sudden madnesse of Sheriff Wilson, a perjur'd relapsed, and apostate alderman of the City of London, who was carried mad from Guild-hall, so soon as he had taken the new ingagement, and now desperatly seeketh to end his life. With a new epitaph on Alderman Hoyle, and a new ballad on the loathed life and sudden death of Sir Philip E. of Pembroke.
Great Britain -- History -- Puritan Revolution -- 1842-1600. : The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England : begun in the year 1641. With the precedent Passages, and Actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy End, and Conclusion thereof by the King's blessed Restoration, and Return, upon the 29th of May, in the Year 1660. Written by the Right Honourable Edward Earl of Clarendon, Late Lord High Chancellor of England, Privy Counsellor in the Reigns of King Charles the First and the Second... .