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Reinking, Lt.-Col. William, 15.
Colonel Mytton's reply to,15

POVER, COL. JOHN-continued.
Declaration and Resolu-

tion of, 34.

Resolution of, and his ad-

herents, 34.

Surrounds Parl. forces, 35.
Declaration of, 35.
Declaration concerning, 36.
Forces routed, 37.

Cromwell's declaration con-
cerning, 37.

Soldiers' resolution con-
cerning, 38.

Besieged at Pembroke, 41.
Declaration of, 42.
Stormed by Cromwell at

Pembroke, 43, 43, 44, 44.
Declaration to Soldiers, 43.
Commission of Prince

Charles to, 44.

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Crete wonders foretold, 25.
The Earl of Pembroke's
Speech, 39.

The Earl of Pembroke's Last
Speech, 51.

Newes from Wales, 5.
Newes from Pembroke, etc.,
35.

Lord have mercy upon us, 35.
Mistris Parliament, etc., 36,
39, 40, 41.

Welshman's answer, 4.
Welch Doctor, 9, 49.
Welchman's Jubilee, 4.
Welch Sermon, 25.

Welch Plunderer, 9.

Welsh-mans postures, 9.

Scroop, Col. Adrian, 72.

[75.

Scots.

Transactions with the King,
52.

Ordinance for raising horse

Information against Sheriff,

Prince Charles at, 7.
Conference between King
Charles and Earl of Wor-
cester, 17.
Proceedings of Col. Mor-
gan, 20.

Lord Somerset defeated, 21.
Siege of, 22, 23.
Negotiations for surrender,
24, 25.

Proceedings of Army, 52.

Cromwell marches towards,
44.

Scott, Mr. Tho., 72.

Shrewsbury.

King's speech at, 10.

Fair, Col. Mytton's suc-

cess, 13.

Taken, 15.

SHREWSBURY-continued.

A more exact relation, 15.
England's Eben-Ezer, 15.
Intelligence from Shrop-
shire, 16.

Taken by Mytton, 21.

Shropshire.

Petition, 5.

Declaration, etc., 7.
Ordinance, 10.
Committee, 15.
Intelligence from, 16.
Slingsby, Walter, 52.
Smith, Captain William, 12.
Somerset, Edward, 2nd Marquess
of Worcester.

General of South Wales, 8.
Imprisonment and Enlarge-
ment, 20.

Routed at Raglan, 21.

Left to mercy of Parlia-
ment, 31.

Somerset, Henry, 1st Marquess

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Taylor, Jeremy, 53.

Tenby,

Taken, 12.

Danger of revolt, 33.

Tenby Castle.

Taken, 34, 41, 41.

Thelwall, Simon, 11.

Thomas, Edmond, 69.
Thomas, John, Printer, 2.
Thomas, William, M.P.
Speech, 1, 2.

Thomas, William, Vicar of Laug-
harn, 68.

Thomas, William, of Breck-
nock, 69.

Trevors, Baron, 2.

Twistleton, Col. Governor of
Denbigh Castle, 43.

V

Vaughan, Lady Frances, Coun-
tess of Carbery, 53.

Vaughan, Sir Henry, 28.

Vaughan, Sir Hugh

Speech at Raglan, 7.

Vaughan, Rice, 60.

Vaughan, Richard, 2nd Earl of
Carbery.

Routed in Pembrokeshire,

II.

Vaughan, Rowland, 58.

Vaughan, Sir William

Defeated near Denbigh, 18.
Defeats Parliamentarians
at Welshpool, 21.

Stokesay Castle, 16.

Stowell, Sir John, 52.

Stradling, Sir Edward

Taken prisoner at sea, 6.

Wales.

Stradling, Maj. Gen.

Taken prisoner at St.

Fagans, 37, 38.

"Swallow." H M.S., 12.

Swanley, Captain Richard, 14.

W

Petition of 13 shires, 4.

Newes from Wales, Satire, 5.
Petition to the King, 6.

Rising in 1647, 28, 31,
Full truth of Welsh-Affaires,

40.

WALES-continued.

Declaration and Proposi-
tions to Prince Charles,45.
Act for the Propagation of
the Gospel in, 51, 51.
Petition against reviving
the Act, etc., 65.

A Word for God, 66.
Letter to Cromwell, 66.
Animadversions upon a letter
first sent to his Highness, 67.
A warning-peece for Eng-
land, 67.

President and Council of, 73 Wales-North.

Petition of Six Counties, 5.
Sundry Petitions, 9.
Forces to be raised, 14.
Reduction of, 23.

Soldiers in, 1647, 30.

Ordinance associating five
Counties, 46.
Composition for delin-
quency, 50.

Petition for uniformity in
religion, 75.

Wales-South.

Lord Herbert made Gen-
eral, 8.

Sad news from, 34.
Humble acknowledgment
of the Inhabitants, 52.
Declaration and Remons-

trance, 52.

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WALES SOUTH—continued.
Representation and Address
of Churches, 68.
Address to the King, 72.
Disbandment of forces, 75.
Waller, Sir William

Victories in Wales, 10.
Washington, General

Driven out of Glamorgan,
18.

Welch plunderer, Satire, 9.
Welchman's Jubilee, 4.
Welch Doctor, Satire, 9, 49.
Welshman's Answer, Satire, 4.
Welsh-mans postures, Satire, 9.
Welsh Sermon, Satire, 25.
Welshpool.

Col. Mytton's success, 13.
Parliamentarians defeated,

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