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The Queen's Maiesties gracious answer to the Lord Digbies letter : and the Parliaments censure to the 18. rebels. With the examination and confession of Captain Butler, before the committee. Likewise the true relation of 36. other rebels, apprehended and taken in Milford-Lane, by many constables, and a strong watch. who intended to fire the City of London, had they not bin prevented The names of those 36 rebels.Captain Griffin, Captain Hornway, Captain Spencer, Lieuten. Williams. G. Coppinger Mr. Ric. Crab, Master. Iohn Tompson, Henrie Barton, Thomas Liedor, Adam Wheeler Wil. Hafferd; Garret Ryaut, I. Duport, Dan. Thornlie, Morgan Meridith Rich. Boys, Patrick Tenam, Thomas Lemon, Nich. Wright, Robert Delen, Darbie Kufoy David Speeloo, Ioh. Greenoraugh, Wil. Barwicke. Iohnas Kipling, Peter Fogheogill, David Bodurdo, Gefferie Roberts, Thomas Trig Adam Bedford, William Crineos, Iohn Daveris Henrie Scarebie, Patricke Coots David Powell, Darbie Cobois.

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Queen's Majesties gracious answer to the Lord Digbies letter


Printed at London : For Tho. Powell and averred by I. B. Cler, [1642]

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8 unnumbered pages


The Queen's letter, dated (p. [2]) "Canterbvry. Feb. 3, 1641 [1642].", is in reply to Lord Digby's letter of 21 January 1642, published with title: Two letters of note. The one from the Lord Digby ...
The remainder of the pamphlet is a news summary.
Signatures: A⁴.
Date of publication from Wing.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

References note

Wing (2nd ed.) H1458.
Thomason E.138[8].

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Thomason Tracts ; 25:E138[8]) s1999 miun s



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