Sudbury Suffolk History Siege 1642 Early Works To 1800 : Exceeding true and joyfull newes from Worchester: : Wherin 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.
Sudden Death Early Works To 1800 : A ready way to prevent svdden death: : being a brief and true relation of many sad misfortunes which have happened unto men, women, and children both in the citie of London, and in divers parts of the nation of England, which came through negligence, wilfulnesse, hardnesse of heart, presumption and carelesnesse. This was written and printed to the end that all people whatsoever that read or hear this little booke read, may learn to beware and prevent danger of sudden death before it comes upon them. Reader peruse this little book, and heedfully upon it look; it may preserve thy soul from strife, and through Gods blessing save thy life. / This book was written by Laurence Price, this present year 1655.; L. P.
Suffering Quakers Early Works To 1800 : A True and faithful relation : from the people of God (called) Quakers, in Colchester. : Of the dealings of God with them, since they were called to the knowledge of the truth, and of the oppositions they have received from men as they passed from death to life : With a brief account of the late cruel and unparalleld sufferings sustained by them, and inflicted upon them by the souldiers whose barbarous, and cruel inhumane dealings towards them, are herein related.
Suffering Religious Aspects Christianity Sermons : The second and last part of the vvorkes of the late faithfull servant of God Daniel Dyke, Batchelour in Divinity : viz., [brace] Sixe evangelicall histories, A commentary upon the epistle to Philemon, The schoole of affliction / published since his death, by his brother Ier. Dyke ...; Dyke, Daniel,