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245 00 Exceeding true and joyfull newes from Worchester: :
       |bWherin is declared two glorious battels performed by the
       Parliaments forces against the Kings army, Septemb. 24. 
       and 26. The first by the Earl of Essex with ten troops of 
       horse, against Prince Robert, and Commissary Wilmot, with 
       14 troops, within half a mile of VVorcester, vvho after 4 
       or 5 hours fight, slew Commissary VVilmot, wounded Prince 
       Robert in the head, and killed about 30. common souldiers.
       Of the Earl of Essex side were slain Serjeant Major 
       Douglas, and about 20 common souldiers. This battell was 
       fought upon Monday last, and with much difficulty his 
       Excellency obtained the victory, and hath beaten all the 
       cavaleers out of VVorcester. The second battle was fought 
       the L. Sey, against Sir Iohn Byron neer Shrewsburie, Sep. 
       24, 1642. 
260    [London] :|bSeptemb, 29. Printed for James Blake, to 
       prevent all false Copies from those Parts, by order,
300    [8] p. 
500    Place and date of publication from Wing. 
500    Reproduction of the original in the British Library. 
600 10 Byron, John Byron,|cBaron,|d1598 or 9-1652. 
600 10 Essex, Robert Devereux,|cEarl of,|d1591-1646. 
600 10 Saye and Sele, William Fiennes,|cViscount,|d1582-1662. 
651  0 Worcester (England)|xHistory, Military|vEarly works to 
651  4 Great Britain|xHistory|yCivil War, 1642-1649|xCampaigns
       |vEarly works to 1800. 
651  4 Sudbury (Suffolk)|xHistory|ySiege, 1642|vEarly works to 
830  0 Early English books online. 
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