Joyfull nevves from Plimouth, being an exact relation of a great victory obtained against the Cornish cavaliers, by the Parliaments forces in those parts, also a wonderfull token of Gods mercy to the Parliaments forces, for during the fight, the Lord sent fire from heaven, so that the cavaliers powder in their bandaliers, flasks, and muskets tooke fire, by which meanes they hurt, and slew each other, to the wonder and amazement of the Parliaments forces. Published at the request of some persons of eminencie, which were partakers of this wonderfull mercy, and mighty deliverance. Whereunto is annexed an abstract of severall letters, sent from severall parts of the Kingdome, to good hands in the city, containing many worthy particulars

London : Printed for Leonard Smith, 1643

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