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Nevves from Hull, Ireland, and Fraunce : as first the manner of Sr. Iohn Hothams protection of Hvll, discovering a horrible plot conspired by one Becket a papist in Yorkshire, and one Fulches, to admit some Lords into Hull, May 24, 1642, 2 of Iune, with Fulkes his loyalty showne to the Perliament [sic] in not concealing the plot, but revealing it to Sr. Iohn Hotham : secondly a letter sent to Captaine White in London from Thomas Prideaux in Ireland, dated from Dublin the twentieth of May, 1642, concerning a proclamation lately proclaimed in Ireland : as also, 3., remarkable passages at the seige of Ayres, a city upon the border of Spain where for these hundred yeares, the king of Spaine hath held it by force from the king of Fraunc, but now recovered 1642 : vvith an order from the high court of Parliament, Io. Brow. cler. Per. Preview this item
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Nevves from Hull, Ireland, and Fraunce : as first the manner of Sr. Iohn Hothams protection of Hvll, discovering a horrible plot conspired by one Becket a papist in Yorkshire, and one Fulches, to admit some Lords into Hull, May 24, 1642, 2 of Iune, with Fulkes his loyalty showne to the Perliament [sic] in not concealing the plot, but revealing it to Sr. Iohn Hotham : secondly a letter sent to Captaine White in London from Thomas Prideaux in Ireland, dated from Dublin the twentieth of May, 1642, concerning a proclamation lately proclaimed in Ireland : as also, 3., remarkable passages at the seige of Ayres, a city upon the border of Spain where for these hundred yeares, the king of Spaine hath held it by force from the king of Fraunc, but now recovered 1642 : vvith an order from the high court of Parliament, Io. Brow. cler. Per.

Author: Thomas Prideaux
Publisher: London : Printed for Thomas Baker, 1642.
Series: Early English books, 1641-1700, 1620:30.
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Named Person: John Hotham, Sir
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Prideaux
OCLC Number: 17165001
Notes: Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1985. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 : 1620:30).
Description: [8] p.
Series Title: Early English books, 1641-1700, 1620:30.
Other Titles: News from Hull, Ireland, and France ... as also, 3., remarkable passages at the siege of Ayres
Newes from Hull, Ireland, and Fraunce

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