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Remarkable passages from Nottingham, Lichfield, Leicester, and Cambridge: declaring what the Kings standard is, and the time and manner of its setting up. Also how Lichfield and Tamworth are disarmed, and the Lord Gray his house disarmed and pillaged by the traiterous cavaliers. Together with some other remarkable occurrents.

Title:Remarkable passages from Nottingham, Lichfield, Leicester, and Cambridge: declaring what the Kings standard is, and the time and manner of its setting up. Also how Lichfield and Tamworth are disarmed, and the Lord Gray his house disarmed and pillaged by the traiterous cavaliers. Together with some other remarkable occurrents.
Note:London : Printed for T. Underhill, Sept. 1. 1642
  
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Subject:Great Britain -- History
Subject:Nottingham (England) -- History
Subject:Lichfield (England) -- History
Subject:Leicester (England) -- History
Subject:Cambridge (England) -- History
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