2 edition of The Kings resolvtion concerning Portsmouth and Colonell Goring found in the catalog.
The Kings resolvtion concerning Portsmouth and Colonell Goring
|Other titles||The King"s resolution concerning Portsmouth and Colonell Goring|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 246:E.112, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
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The Kings resolvtion concerning Portsmouth and Colonell Goring: wherein is declared his intention to send in forces to the said towne: also the resolution of the gentry and commonaltie of Hampshiere, concerning the opposing all those that shall endeavour to put any forces into the said towne to keepe it against the Parliament: whereunto is annex't the Parliaments determination concerning.
Parliament: The King of Denmarks resolvtion concerning Charles, King of Great Britain wherin is declared his determination for the setting forth of a fleet towards England, wherein the Lord Digbie, M. Piercy and Secretary Windebank are present being now ready to lance forth: read in the audience of both Houses of Parliament, June with the.
Hereunto is added, the true copy of a letter sent from Colonell Goring to his Majesty, which letter was intercepted by the way, and now published.  A relation of the surrender of Limerick [ i.e. ] A relation of the taking of Cicester in the county of Glocester, on Thursday, Febru.
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Anonymous. The King of Denmarks resolvtion concerning Charles, King of Great Britain. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. The Kings cabinet opened, or, Certain packets of secret letters & papers. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. The Kings letter intercepted coming from Oxford.