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A discovery of the trecherous attempts of the cavaliers to have procured the betraying of Nottingham Castle into their hands and how Colonell Hutchinson the governour thereof was promised to be made the best lord in Nottingham shire ... : with their constant resolution never to betray the trust the Parliament hath reposed in them ; nor desert the so just and lawfull cause they have engaged themselves in : exprest in a letter sent to Mr. Millington a member of the House of Commons and foure more that came with it.

Title:A discovery of the trecherous attempts of the cavaliers to have procured the betraying of Nottingham Castle into their hands and how Colonell Hutchinson the governour thereof was promised to be made the best lord in Nottingham shire ... : with their constant resolution never to betray the trust the Parliament hath reposed in them ; nor desert the so just and lawfull cause they have engaged themselves in : exprest in a letter sent to Mr. Millington a member of the House of Commons and foure more that came with it.
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Note:London : Printed by Richard Bishop, 1643
  
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Subject:Nottingham (England) -- History, Military
Subject:Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649
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