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The Resource A great and bloudy fight in France : between the Kings army, commanded by General Turenne, the Duke of York, and the Lord Digby; against fifteen thousand horse & foot under the command of the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Wittenburgh, and the Duke of Guise. With the particulars of this memorable and desperate engagement; the manner how the said Duke of York led on the Forlorn-Hope, and gave the onset of the day with 2000 horse, against Chevalier de Guise; and after a gallant charge routed him, and beat him up to the main-body. Also, the number killed and taken prisoners; the regaining of all the ordnance and train of artillery; the retreating of the Prince of Conde; and the D. of Lorain's coming into the field with 5000 to behold this bloudy tragedy, fighting neither for King nor Parliament. With a letter from Amsterdam, comprising the affairs and designe now on foot in Holland, (electronic resource)

A great and bloudy fight in France : between the Kings army, commanded by General Turenne, the Duke of York, and the Lord Digby; against fifteen thousand horse & foot under the command of the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Wittenburgh, and the Duke of Guise. With the particulars of this memorable and desperate engagement; the manner how the said Duke of York led on the Forlorn-Hope, and gave the onset of the day with 2000 horse, against Chevalier de Guise; and after a gallant charge routed him, and beat him up to the main-body. Also, the number killed and taken prisoners; the regaining of all the ordnance and train of artillery; the retreating of the Prince of Conde; and the D. of Lorain's coming into the field with 5000 to behold this bloudy tragedy, fighting neither for King nor Parliament. With a letter from Amsterdam, comprising the affairs and designe now on foot in Holland, (electronic resource)

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A great and bloudy fight in France : between the Kings army, commanded by General Turenne, the Duke of York, and the Lord Digby; against fifteen thousand horse & foot under the command of the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Wittenburgh, and the Duke of Guise. With the particulars of this memorable and desperate engagement; the manner how the said Duke of York led on the Forlorn-Hope, and gave the onset of the day with 2000 horse, against Chevalier de Guise; and after a gallant charge routed him, and beat him up to the main-body. Also, the number killed and taken prisoners; the regaining of all the ordnance and train of artillery; the retreating of the Prince of Conde; and the D. of Lorain's coming into the field with 5000 to behold this bloudy tragedy, fighting neither for King nor Parliament. With a letter from Amsterdam, comprising the affairs and designe now on foot in Holland
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A great and bloudy fight in France
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between the Kings army, commanded by General Turenne, the Duke of York, and the Lord Digby; against fifteen thousand horse & foot under the command of the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Wittenburgh, and the Duke of Guise. With the particulars of this memorable and desperate engagement; the manner how the said Duke of York led on the Forlorn-Hope, and gave the onset of the day with 2000 horse, against Chevalier de Guise; and after a gallant charge routed him, and beat him up to the main-body. Also, the number killed and taken prisoners; the regaining of all the ordnance and train of artillery; the retreating of the Prince of Conde; and the D. of Lorain's coming into the field with 5000 to behold this bloudy tragedy, fighting neither for King nor Parliament. With a letter from Amsterdam, comprising the affairs and designe now on foot in Holland
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eng
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Cu-RivES
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G1642A
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
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  • Fronde
  • France
  • Netherlands
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A great and bloudy fight in France : between the Kings army, commanded by General Turenne, the Duke of York, and the Lord Digby; against fifteen thousand horse & foot under the command of the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Wittenburgh, and the Duke of Guise. With the particulars of this memorable and desperate engagement; the manner how the said Duke of York led on the Forlorn-Hope, and gave the onset of the day with 2000 horse, against Chevalier de Guise; and after a gallant charge routed him, and beat him up to the main-body. Also, the number killed and taken prisoners; the regaining of all the ordnance and train of artillery; the retreating of the Prince of Conde; and the D. of Lorain's coming into the field with 5000 to behold this bloudy tragedy, fighting neither for King nor Parliament. With a letter from Amsterdam, comprising the affairs and designe now on foot in Holland, (electronic resource)
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A great and bloudy fight in France : between the Kings army, commanded by General Turenne, the Duke of York, and the Lord Digby; against fifteen thousand horse & foot under the command of the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Wittenburgh, and the Duke of Guise. With the particulars of this memorable and desperate engagement; the manner how the said Duke of York led on the Forlorn-Hope, and gave the onset of the day with 2000 horse, against Chevalier de Guise; and after a gallant charge routed him, and beat him up to the main-body. Also, the number killed and taken prisoners; the regaining of all the ordnance and train of artillery; the retreating of the Prince of Conde; and the D. of Lorain's coming into the field with 5000 to behold this bloudy tragedy, fighting neither for King nor Parliament. With a letter from Amsterdam, comprising the affairs and designe now on foot in Holland, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99827653
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
8 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000071
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
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