by printed for Richard Best, and are to besold [sic] athis [sic] Shop neer Gray"s Inne-gate in Holborn in London .
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|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2392:19|
|The Physical Object|
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A true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmeys revolt, deserting the Parliament, and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the care of Sir Iohn Hotham, and the courage and industry of Captain Bushel. An Exact and perfect relation of the proceedings of Sr Hugh Cholmly in Yorkshire, and of the taking of Captaine Canfield by the Parliaments forces who commanded a Lancashire troop of papists: also a true relation of a great battle fought at Tadcaster the last week, where Captaine Hotham flew and took three or foure hundred cavaliers: likewise a true relation of a great battle fought neere Darby, between Mr. Hastings of Leicestershire. A true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt, deserting the Parliament, and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel.: Sent in two letters, the one from Sir Iohn Hotham to M. Speaker, the other, from a worthy Captain to a member of the honourable. Sir Hugh Cholmondeley was born in at of Cholmondeley, Cheshire, England. He married Anne Dorman, daughter of Sir George Dorman and Agnes Hill, circa Sir Hugh Cholmondeley died on 6 January ; Buried 31 Jan at Malpas, Cheshire. Family Anne Dorman ; Child Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, Sheriff of Cheshire+ b. , d. 23 Jul
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45; ‘An extract of all the passages from Hull, York, and Lincolnshire being a true relation of His Majesties proceedings in those parts’ (London, 19 July ), Thomason Tracts E. (12), p. 3. Hugh Cholmley, and a relation of all. geology of Morocco and included it in the book of Sir Joseph Hooker (cf). John Bagnold Burgess (). The following pamphlets relating to Cholmley were printed in and News from York, being a True Relation of the Proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmley, &c. (January ), being letters of Cholmley's. defending his diaobedience to the orders of Fairfax; A True and Exact Relation of all the Proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmley (April ). Letters from Sir John Hotham and Captain . Reprint, with new pref. and index. Originally published: A true relation if such occurrences and accidents of noate as hath hapned in Virginia since the first planting of that colony. London: I. Tappe,