Two Letters from Colonell Morgan governour of Gloucester, to severall members of the honourable House of Commons. Relating the Summons, Answer, and the manner of taking the town and castle of Monmouth: And therein 7. pieces of ordnance. 4. sling-pieces. 300. muskets. 100. Pikes, 10. barrels of powder, with bullet and match proportionable. 24. barrels of peter & brimstone. All other ammunition & provision : Likewise two letters from an officer in Monmouth, concerning the free comming in of the country to block up Hereford, and the driving M. Gen. Washington with 1500 horse and foot out of Glamorganshire

Thomas Morgan, K. R London : Printed for Thomas Bates, at the signe of the Maiden-head on Snow-hill, Holborn conduit, 1645

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