Joyfull nevves from the King, being a perfect relation of the proceedings of the Kings Majesty with the Commissioners, and their advancing from Durham, towards the city of Yorke, and so towards London. Also, the Scots salutation to the English convoy, upon their departure from England, and the placing of garrisons in Newcastle and Tinmouth Castle by Major General Skippon. Together, with the number of ordnance left therein, and the advance of the Scottish horse into France. Appointed to be printed, and published according to order of Parliament. Feb. 5

London : Printed for Elizabeth Alsop, 1647

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