Wales History 1536 1700 : To the honourable court the House of Commons now assembled in Parliament, the humble petition of many hundred thousands, inhabiting within the thirteen shires of Wales : directed to the House the 12 of February, 1641, shewing their manifold grievances, for which they desire redresse from the Parliament : with their motion that their country may be more strongly fortified with ammunition of armes, and now they freely proffer themselves to assist the Protestants in Ireland.
Wales History To 1536 Early Works To 1800 : The historie of Cambria, now called Wales: a part of the most famous yland of Brytaine, written in the Brytish language aboue two hundreth yeares past: translated into English by H. Lhoyd Gentleman: corrected, augmented, and continued out of records and best approoued authors, by Dauid Powel Doctor in diuinitie; Caradoc,
Wales Humour Early Works To 1800 : The VVelch embassadour, or the happy newes his vvorship hath brought to London. : Together with her thirteene articles of acreements, which her propounds to all her cousens in her countiies [sic] and her cities to consider of.
Wales North History Early Works To 1800 : An exact relation of the whole proceedings of gallant Col. Mitton in North-Wales, : as is assured under the hands of severall commanders of note. The besieging of Carnarvin, Denbigh, Flint, and Holt Castles: and propositions of conditions for the surrendring of Anglesey Island; with an account of those garisons not yet besieged. Also, a narration of the perticular of a letter from Plymouth, of the state of Pendennis, and the surrender of Salcumb, called Charles-fort, to Colo. Welden, by Sir Edward Fortescue.