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Lieut: General Cromwel's letter to the honorable William Lenthal Esq; speaker of the Honorable Houseof Commons, of the several great victories obtained against the Scots and Sir Marmaduke Langdales forces in the North: Where were slain of the Scots party above two thousand, above nine thousand taken prisoners, four or five thousand armstaken, the whole infantry ruined, Duke Hamilton fled into Wales, and Langdale northward, Major General Vandrusk, Colonel Hurry, and Colonel Ennis taken prisoners, who formerly served the Parliament 1 edition

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Cromwell, Oliver

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Lieut: General Cromwel's letter to the honorable William Lenthal Esq; speaker of the Honorable Houseof Commons, of the several great victories obtained against the Scots and Sir Marmaduke Langdales forces in the North: Where were slain of the Scots party above two thousand, above nine thousand taken prisoners, four or five thousand armstaken, the whole infantry ruined, Duke Hamilton fled into Wales, and Langdale northward, Major General Vandrusk, Colonel Hurry, and Colonel Ennis taken prisoners, who formerly served the Parliament.

Published 1648 by Printed for Edward Husband in London .
Written in English.

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Letter dated 20. August, 1648.

Wing (2nd ed.): C7111.

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OL13942022M

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