Joyfull newes from the Isle of Ely, declaring the manner of the apprehending of Bishop Wren, and his bringing up to London, together with his treasure, on Thursday the first of September, by a company of horsmen that went to search his house, being suspected to have store of armes and ammunition, attested by George Hubbard, dwelling at Downham where the bishops pallace is, and now evidently appeares by his apprehension. Also the true proceedings at Portsmouth. Or, the humble desires of Colonell Goring to the forces of the Parliament: wherein is declared, that he will deliver up the town to them, provided they will grant him his life

London] : Printed for W.B., Septemb. 2. 1642

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