The gallant siege of the Parliaments forces before Ragland-Castle, maintained by Colonel Morgan, Major-Generall Laughorn, Sir Trevor Williams Baronet, and Colonel Robert Kirle, with about 5000. horse and foot. With the daily sallies of the enemy: fourscore of the enemies horse taken. And what losse hath been on our side. The desperate exploits of the besieged in Ragland, who have burned Ragland town to the ground, and have levelled that stately steeple with the earth And the hopes of the speedy reducing of the castle. With the last good intelligence from Gothridge-Castle. These papers are perused, and are published according to order of Parliament

M. P London: : Printed for Elizabeth Purslow, May 30. 1646

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