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The articles of agreement, for the surrender of the strong & invincible Castle of Edinborough; [electronic resource] : the manner of the Lord Gen. Cromwels playing his fire-works before the Treaty, the number of men slain; the taking of the Scots Roaring-Meg, and 52 pieces of ordnance, eleven thousand arms, 200 barrels of gunpowder; and great store of match and bullet. The Lord Gen. declaration to the Scots; their marching away with flying colours; and the protestation of the Earl of Castles, and the L. Humby, touching the King and Parliament; with the copy of a dissenting declaration against their King, cast into his coach as he was coming from the Parliament-hous.

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Published: London : Printed by R.W., 1651.
Series: Thomason tracts.
Topics: Edinburgh Castle (Edinburgh, Scotland) - Early works to 1800. | Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658.
Regions: Scotland - History - 1649-1660 - Early works to 1800.
Online Access: Early English Books Online - Full text
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