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Prince Rvpert his declaration by Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682
LCC
  1240 78 1642 1642
His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, in answer to a declaration of the Lords and Commons upon the proceedings of the late treaty of peace and severall intercepted letters, of His Majesty to the Queene, and of Prince Rupert to the Earle of Northampton : Oxford, 3. Iune 1643 by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
LCC
  987 46 1643 1643
A new ballad of a famous German prince and a renowned English duke : who on St. James's day, one thou[sand] fought with a beast with seven heads, call'd provinces, not by land, but by water, not to be said, but sung, not high English nor Low Dutch, but to a new French tune call'd Monsieur Ragou, or, The Dancing hobby-horses by Birkenhead, John, Sir, 1616-1679
LCC
  818 36 1666 1666
[An exact] relation of the several engagements and actions of His Majesties fleet, under the command of His Highness Prince Rupert : and of all circumstances concerning this summers expedition, anno 1673 by Person in command in the fleet
DDC/LCC
  674 31 1673 1673
Observations vpon Prince Rvperts white dog called Boy by T. B
LCC
  584 31 1642 1643
The answer to Tom-Tell-Troth : the practise of princes and the lamentations of the kirke by Baltimore, George Calvert, Baron, 1580?-1632
LCC
  562 31 1642 1643
A militarie sermon : wherein by the vvord of God, the nature and disposition of a rebell is discovered, and the Kings true souldier described and characterized : preached at Shrewsbury, May 19. 1644, to His Majesties army there under the command of the high and most illustrious Prince Rvpert by Symmons, Edward
LCC
  553 29 1644 1685
A Letter from Generall Leven, the Lord Fairfax, and the Earl of Manchester, to the committee of both kingdoms, and by them communicated to the Parliament : concerning the great victory it hath pleased God to give them over the forces under the command of Prince Rupert and the Marquesse of Newcastle, at Marstam-moor, neer York, July the second, 1644 : signed thus : Leven, Lindsey, F. Fairfax, Tho. Hatcher, Manchester : expressing also what number of the enemy are slain, what number taken prisoners, and what ordnance, arms and ammunition the enemy lost : also an order of the Commons assembled in Parliament, for Thursday the 18 of this present July, for a day of publike thanksgiving throughout the whole kingdom . by Leven, Alexander Leslie, Earl of, 1580?-1661
LCC
  550 25 1644 1644
Abingtons and Alisbvries present miseries : both which townes being lately lamentably plundered by Prince Robert and his cavaliers : expressely related as it was certified to some of the honourable the high court of Parliament : and therefore published by G. H
LCC
  490 21 1642 1642
The black legend of Prince Rupert's dog : witchcraft and propaganda during the English Civil War by Stoyle, Mark
DDC/LCC
  486 7 2011 2013
Annus mirabilis, the year of wonders, 1666 : an historical poem containing the progress and various successes of our naval war with Holland, under the conduct of His Highness Prince Rupert, and His Grace the Duke of Albemarl : and describing the fire of London by Dryden, John
DDC/LCC
  478 29 1667 2010
A copie of the articles agreed upon at the surrender of the city of Bristol : betweene Colonell Nathaniel Fiennes governour of the said city, on the one party, and Colonell Charles Gerrard and Captain William Teringham for and on the behalfe of Prince Rupert, on the other party, the 26 of Iuly, 1643 : with a letter hereunto added in which this copie of articles was inclosed : wherein is manifested how well those persidious cavaliers have kept the said articles and may serve as a warning to the whole kingdome, how to trust againe the faith of such cavaliers by Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 1608-1669
LCC
  476 21 1643 1643
A most learned and religious speech spoken by Mr. Pym at a conference of both Houses of Parliament the 23 of this instant moneth of September : declaring unto them the necessity and benefit of the union of His Majesties three kingdomes, England, Scotland and Ireland in matters of religion and church-government : also certaine passages at a committee in the Exchequor Chamber concerning coyning of farthings now in the hands of the Lord Mowbray and Montravers : together with some remarkable passages from Chester and words betwixt Prince Robert and His Excellence Robert Earle of Essex by Pym, John, 1584-1643
LCC
  466 20 1642 1642
A relation of the taking of Cicester [sic] in the covnty of Glocester, on Thursday, Febru. 2, 1642 : by 7000 of the cavaliers under the command of Prince Rupert, Prince Maurice, the Earles of Northampton, Carnarvan, Denbigh, and Cleveland, the Lord Digby, Lord Andevour, Lord Wentworth, Lord Taffe, Lord Dillon, Lieutenant Generall Willmot, Sir John Byron, Colonell Gerrard, Colonell Kyrke, Colonell Dutton, and Captaine Legge, and divers others : sent to a friend in London by One who was present at, and some dayes after the taking of it
LCC
  453 22 1642 1643
A declaration against Prince Rupert, or, An argument, whereby it appears that Prince Rupert and all that joyne with him in this unnaturall war against the Parliament, are guilty of high-treason : with an exposition of the stat. of II. Hen. 7, whereby it appeares, that those who follow the advice and imployment of the Parliament, are freed from treason or any other offence concerning their particular actions in the service by P. B., Gent
DDC/LCC
  449 23 1642 1643
Ioyfull newes from Lichfield being the true copie of a letter sent from a Captian in Lichfield to his wife in London dated Aprill 17 : wherein is contained the proceedings of Prince Rupert against the Parliaments forced in the said town : containing . by Captain in Lichfield
LCC
  449 23 1643 1643
A famous and joyfull victory obtained by the Earl of Stamfords forces neere Stratford in Northampton-shire : against Prince Robert his forces who assulted them at one of the clock at night where they were billetted declaring the manner of the fight and how te Earl of Stamfords forces took 50 of them prisoners putting the rest to fight : also another happy victory obtained by te Lord Brooks, September the 8 against divers Kentish cavaleers that were going to the standard at Nottingham with the taking of the Lord Montague prisoner who was brought to London, Sep. 9 by Hamblet, John
LCC
  447 22 1642 1642
A Relation of the good successe of the Parliaments forces under the command of Generall Lesly, the Earl of Manchester, and the Lord Fairfax, against the forces commanded by Prince Rupert and the Earl of Newcastle on Hesham-Moore, on Tuesday July 2, 1644 by W. H., Gent.
LCC
  442 18 1644 1644
King Charles, Prince Rupert, and the Civil War : from original letters by Petrie, Charles
DDC/LCC
  441 10 1974 2020
A true relation of Prince Rvperts barbarous cruelty against the towne of Brumingham : to which place on Monday Apr. 3, 1643 he marcht with 2000 horse and foot, 4 drakes, and 2 sakers, where after two houres fight, being twice beaten off by the townsmen in all but 140 musqueteers, he entered, put divers to the sword, and burnt about 80 houses to ashes, suffering no man to carry away his goods, or quench the fire, and making no difference between friend or foe, yet by Gods providence the greatest losse fell on the malignants of the town : and of the cavaliers were slaine divers chiefe commanders and men of great quality, amnongst whom was the Earle of Denbigh, the Lord Iohn Stewart, and as themselves report the Lord Digby by Porter, Robert, active 17th century
LCC
  438 24 1642 1643
True and happy newes from Worcester read in the honourable House of Commons, Septem. 24, 1642 : sent in a letter from His Excellencie the Earle of Essex upon Saturday the 24 of September, 1642 to the House of Commons : wherein is declared a famous victory by Master Fines a member of the House of Commons over Prince Robert who came to the said city with 500 horse upon Thursday last : relating also the same description of the battell and the number that was slaine on both sides : likewise the proceedings of His Majestie since his coming to the said city expressed in the said letters : together with his resolution concerning the city of London : being happy tydings for all those that wish well to this happy resolution by Essex, Robert Devereux, 1591-1646 [Other]
LCC
  437 19 1642 1642
A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert : at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close : willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people : also to let the inhabitants upon reasonable quarter depart the place with bag and baggage to the end that no bloud might be spilt, whereby it may become an acceldama, &c by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
LCC
  432 18 1643 1643
Exceeding good newes from the Earle of Essex and the noble commander, Sergeant Major Skippon : vvherein is declared how the said Sergeant-major Skippon with 4000 horse and foote met with Prince Robert, with 5000 cavaliers, neere the city of Gloucester on the twelfe of this instant December : where they fought for the space of seven houres, and slew 800 of the cavaliers, with the losse of 60 men, putting the rest to flight, and tooke foure pieces of ordnance with store of other ammunition : also Sergeant-major Skippons resolution concerning Prince Robert by Essex, Robert Devereux, 1591-1646 [Other]
LCC
  431 19 1642 1642
A perfect and trve relation of the great and bloudy skirmish fought before the city of Worcester upon Friday, Septemb. 23, 1642 : between ten troops of our side consisting but of 500 horse and the troops of the cavaliers consisting of 1800 horse commanded by Prince Robert and Prince Maurice : vvith the names of the captains and other officers and troopers that were slaine, wounded, land taken prisoners on our side and also of theirs : likewise some other passages upon the coming of the Earl of Essex his armie into Worcester the next day : sent in a letter from Worcester by Bowen, William, Ensigne to his Excellence the Earle of Essex
LCC
  430 17 1642 1642
Valour crowned, or, A relation of the valiant proceedings of the Parliament forces in the closse at Lichfield against Prince Ruperts : discovering the honourable conditions upon which it was surrendred : as it was written form Lievtenant Colonell Russell, who was chiefe commander of the closse : wherein is set downe word for word, the articles of agreement as they were consented unto by the enemy : given under the hand and seale of Colonell Hastings by the authority of Prince Rvpert : whereunto is annexed the copy of Colonell Hastings letter, to Lievtenant Colonell Russell concerning their safe conveyance to coventry given under his owne hand by Ellis, Thomas [Author; Other]
LCC
  428 21 1643 1643
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