Newark : The annals of Newark-upon-Trent, comprising the history, curiosities and antiquities of the borough.; Brown, Cornelius.
Newark David Leshe Baron 1682 : A bloudy fight in Scotland, : between the Parliaments forces under the command of Lieutenant Generall Lesley, and 4000 horse and foot commanded by the Lord Ogleby. With the particulars of the said fight, and a list of the number killed and taken prisoners; the Lieut. Gen. wounded, and retreated towards Atholl, and ten regiments of horse and foot marching from Edenburgh, to assist him. Likewise, a great rising in Northumberland and a fight in Lancashire between Maj. Gen. Lamberts forces, and a party of col. Shuttleworths regiment, who are resolved not to disband; with the success thereof. / Published by special authority.
Newark England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A bloudy fight neer Newark, : between the Kings forces commanded by two Scottish colonels, and the Parliaments forces commanded by Colonell Hacker, upon Friday night last, July 28. With the number that were killed, wounded, and taken prisoners, and their design to secure Nottingham Castle for the King. Also, a fight between Lieut. Gen. Cromwels horse, and the Scottish forces, and the event thereof. And the revolting of the strong Castle of Scarborough in Yorkshire, from the obedience of Parliament, and declaring for the King, and their hanging out a flag of defiance against all independent government. Likewise, the further desires of the citizens of London, to both Houses of Parliament, concerning the listing of forces within the City, and their treaty at Guild-Hall. And the resolution of the House of Peers to live and die with the citizens.
Newark Nottinghamshire England Church History : Cains off-spring demonstrated, : as by their works they are discovered in a bitter persecution against the Lords people at Newark Upon Trent, in the county of Nottingham: being here truly related as it was suffered and executed at two several meetings. / Published for the truths sake, by those whom the proud in heart calls Quakers.
Newark Nottinghamshire England History Siege 1643 : A briefe relation of the siege at Newark, : as it was delivered to the councel of state at Derby-house, by Lieutenant Col. Bury, whom the Earl of Manchester sent to report. Together with articles of agreement betwixt Prince Rupert and Sir Iohn Meldrum; wherein the perfidious dealings of the enemy is made manifest; who, contrary to the articles, took away their colours, swords and pikes, and plundred the officers.