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Colonell Poyers forces in Wales totally routed. : By the Parliaments forces commanded by Collonel Horton, who took prisoners, Major Gen. Stradling. Collonel Philips. Collonel Buts. Their quartermaster generall. 2 lieutenant colonels. 3 majors. 140 captains, and other officers. Many country gentlemen. 300 common souldiers. 400 armes. 1200 horse. Many slaine. All their colours, ammunition, bag and baggage taken. Major Gen. Laughorn, and some other officers escaped, but all that got away were so dispiersed, that there is not 10 to be found together. Certified by letters to the Parliament, ordered to be printed ; and confirmed by the relation of Major Bethel, and others which were actually in the service. May 11. 1648. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott. Preview this item
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Colonell Poyers forces in Wales totally routed. : By the Parliaments forces commanded by Collonel Horton, who took prisoners, Major Gen. Stradling. Collonel Philips. Collonel Buts. Their quartermaster generall. 2 lieutenant colonels. 3 majors. 140 captains, and other officers. Many country gentlemen. 300 common souldiers. 400 armes. 1200 horse. Many slaine. All their colours, ammunition, bag and baggage taken. Major Gen. Laughorn, and some other officers escaped, but all that got away were so dispiersed, that there is not 10 to be found together. Certified by letters to the Parliament, ordered to be printed ; and confirmed by the relation of Major Bethel, and others which were actually in the service. May 11. 1648. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott.

Publisher: London : Printed by B.A, Mdcxlviii [1648]
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Early works to 1800
Named Person: John Poyer; John Poyer; John Poyer
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 607003752
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 1, [5] pages)

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