Exceeding joyfull nevves from Warwick-Castle and Banburie sent in a letter from Mr. Fines, son to the Right Honourable the Lord Say, to Mr. Iohn Pym, Esq; a worthy member of the House of Commons. Wherin is declared how the Earl of Northampton had besieged Warwick Castle, and planted against it divers pieces of ordnance, and how he was beaten off by the souldiers that were within the said castle. Also comfortable tydings from Portsmouth, declaring the manner how M. Norton one of the lieutenants for Hampshire, hath took the works which Colonell Goring had made three miles from the town. Hen. Elsing Cler. D. Com

] : Printed for Iohn Cave, August 17. 1642

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