Warships Registers Early Works To 1800 : A list of His Majesties Navy Royal hitherto designed in the present expedition against the Dutch, : with the commanders names, number of men and guns, April 30. 1672..
Warwick Anne Dudley Countess Of 1588 : A sermon preached at Farington in Barkeshire, the seuenteene of Februarie, 1587 : At the buriall of the right Honorable the Ladie Anne Countes of Warwicke, daughter to the Duke of Sommerset his grace, and widowe of the right worshipfull Sir Edward Vmpton knight. By Bartholomew Chamberlaine, Doctor of Diuinitie.; Chamberlaine, Bartholomew,
Warwick England History : The last true newes from Yorke, Nottingham, Coventry and Warwicke, or, All the speciall passages and occurences in these parts from the 24 of August to the 4 of September 1642 : amongst which is related the commissions sent by His Majesty under the broad seale of England to the Earle of Cumberland for the speedy raising of all the trained bands, both of horse and foot in Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumberland, Westmerland and Northumberland to serve the King against the Parliament : as also of the great distractions in the city of Yorke at this preseut, worthy of observation : sent in a letter to informe those that stand well affected to the King and Parliament, Sep. 4. 1642.; Dickenson, Henry.
Warwick England History Military Early Works To 1800 : Speciall newes from the army at Warwicke since the fight: : sent from a minister of good note, to an alderman here in London: wherein is related the names of such that are slain and taken prisoners of both sides: and also the comming of the Marquesse of Hartford towards Hereford with 2000. men, but made to retreate againe by the appearing of the Lord Stampford and his forces: also the funerall of Colonel Charls Essex at Warwick, his body being borne to the grave by the Lo: Mandevill, Lo: Brookes, and some 4. or 6. colonels: with other remarkable passages of truth touching that great battle, not yet printed, which will give great satisfaction to the reader. Also a most pious passage uttered by his Excellency to Master Marshall, upon their discourse of the battle.; J. B.
Warwick England History Sources : The Two petitions of the county of VVarwick and Coventry, as they were presented to both houses by knights, esquires, gentlemen and freeholders in the behalfe of themselves and many othhers of the said county, being the true copy as it was presented to the Houses of Parliament, February 12, 1641.