A copie of the articles agreed upon at the surrender of the city of Bristol (1643) by Nathaniel Fiennes
A letter sent from the marquess of Argyle to the King of Scots (1652) by Archibald Campbell
A lettter sent from a worthy divine…Together with a prayer (1642) by Adoniram Byfield
A message sent from the Kingdome of Scotland to His Highnesse the Prince of VVales: by the Right Hononrable [sic] the Earle of Lauderdaile. (1648) by Richard Byfield
A most true and exact relation of both the battels fought by his Excellency and his forces against the bloudy cavelliers (1642) by Nathaniel Fiennes
A most true and succinct relation of the late battell neere Kineton in Warwick-shire (1642) by Stephen Marshall
A relation from Belfast (1642) by John Clotworthy
A relation made in the House of Commons, by Col: Nathaniel Fiennes, concerning the surrender of the city and castle of Bristoll, August 5. 1643 (1643) by Nathaniel Fiennes
A true relation, of the most chiefe occurrences, at, and since the late battell at Newbery (1644) by Simeon Ashe
An extraordinary deliverance, from a cruell plot, and bloudy massacre contrived by the malignants in Bristoll, for the delivering up the said city to Prince Rupert and his forces; but discovered by Gods goodnesse two houres before it should have beene acted, the chiefe conspirators taken, and imprisoned in the castle (1643) by Nathaniel Fiennes
An humble examination of a printed abstract of the answers to nine reasons of the House of Commons (1641) by Cornelius Burges
Fully relating the condition of the affaires at sea (1648) by Robert Rich
Memorable dayes and vvorkes of God, in the yeare past. 1645 (1646) by Joseph Caryl
Numb. 2. The continuation of true intelligence from the right honourable, the Earl of Manchester’s army, since the taking of Lincolne; May 6th. (1644) by Simeon Ashe
Numb. 6. A continuation of true intelligence from the armies in the North, from 10. day, to the 27. of this instant July, 1644. (1644) by Simeon Ashe
Number 5. A continuation of true intelligence from the English and Scottish forces in the North (1644) by Simeon Ashe
Number. 4. A Continuation of true intelligence from the English and Scottish forces, in the North (1644) by Simeon Ashe
Relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance, from the malignant Cornishmen, that had before besieged the city of Exeter (1643) by Robert Rich
The Earl of VVarwick’s letter from aboard His Majesties ship (1642) by Robert Rich
The Earle of VVarvvicks summons to the Kings fleet at Gowry, and Prince Charles his answer (1648) by Robert Rich
The true informer, or Monthly mercury (1648) by John Harris
The truth of the times vindicated (1643) by William Bridge
To the speaker of the House of Peeres (1644) by Robert Rich
Whereas divers troopers, dragooneers, and foot-souldiers belonging to the army under my command, raised for the defence of the associated counties, have lately absented themselves from their colours and the army, and are gone to the places of their former abode, and to other towns and places within this association, to the great prejudice of the service for which they were set forth, and bad example of the whole army (1643) by Edward Montagu