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The Resource A Most strange letter : which was fovnd in the Old-Change the 18 day of Jan and directed ... to the Right Reverend Father in God, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Ely : the same letter being brought to the sight of our constables in the citie they thought fit to present it to the committees which sate the same day at Grocers Hall being the 18 day of Jan. 1642 : and now is published to the view of all men : also the attachment of Colonel Lunsford at Windsor upon Wednesday, being the 19 day of Jan. 1642 : with the flying away of the Lord Digby : the declaration of the uproar which the horsemen made their commanders being gone and taken away from them

A Most strange letter : which was fovnd in the Old-Change the 18 day of Jan and directed ... to the Right Reverend Father in God, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Ely : the same letter being brought to the sight of our constables in the citie they thought fit to present it to the committees which sate the same day at Grocers Hall being the 18 day of Jan. 1642 : and now is published to the view of all men : also the attachment of Colonel Lunsford at Windsor upon Wednesday, being the 19 day of Jan. 1642 : with the flying away of the Lord Digby : the declaration of the uproar which the horsemen made their commanders being gone and taken away from them

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A Most strange letter : which was fovnd in the Old-Change the 18 day of Jan and directed ... to the Right Reverend Father in God, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Ely : the same letter being brought to the sight of our constables in the citie they thought fit to present it to the committees which sate the same day at Grocers Hall being the 18 day of Jan. 1642 : and now is published to the view of all men : also the attachment of Colonel Lunsford at Windsor upon Wednesday, being the 19 day of Jan. 1642 : with the flying away of the Lord Digby : the declaration of the uproar which the horsemen made their commanders being gone and taken away from them
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A Most strange letter
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which was fovnd in the Old-Change the 18 day of Jan and directed ... to the Right Reverend Father in God, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Ely : the same letter being brought to the sight of our constables in the citie they thought fit to present it to the committees which sate the same day at Grocers Hall being the 18 day of Jan. 1642 : and now is published to the view of all men : also the attachment of Colonel Lunsford at Windsor upon Wednesday, being the 19 day of Jan. 1642 : with the flying away of the Lord Digby : the declaration of the uproar which the horsemen made their commanders being gone and taken away from them
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eng
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M2923
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Wing
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A Most strange letter : which was fovnd in the Old-Change the 18 day of Jan and directed ... to the Right Reverend Father in God, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Ely : the same letter being brought to the sight of our constables in the citie they thought fit to present it to the committees which sate the same day at Grocers Hall being the 18 day of Jan. 1642 : and now is published to the view of all men : also the attachment of Colonel Lunsford at Windsor upon Wednesday, being the 19 day of Jan. 1642 : with the flying away of the Lord Digby : the declaration of the uproar which the horsemen made their commanders being gone and taken away from them
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A Most strange letter : which was fovnd in the Old-Change the 18 day of Jan and directed ... to the Right Reverend Father in God, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Ely : the same letter being brought to the sight of our constables in the citie they thought fit to present it to the committees which sate the same day at Grocers Hall being the 18 day of Jan. 1642 : and now is published to the view of all men : also the attachment of Colonel Lunsford at Windsor upon Wednesday, being the 19 day of Jan. 1642 : with the flying away of the Lord Digby : the declaration of the uproar which the horsemen made their commanders being gone and taken away from them
Publication
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file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocn606656303
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unknown
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1 online resource ([8] pages)
File format
one file format
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online
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lossless
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)606656303

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