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A29474 A Briefe relation of the most remarkeable feats and passages of what His Most Gracious Majesties commanders hath done in England against the rebells and of his severall glorious victories over them sithence [sic] Ianuary 1641. till December 1643. and from the first of May 1644. till the fifth of this present Iuly / collected out of severall papers printed at Oxford, 1644. and divers letters printed from His Majesties campe to Chester, Bristoll, &c. 1644 (1644) Wing B4626; ESTC R39938 12,219 16

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