A true relation of the taking of the city of Yorke by Sir John Hotham for the King and Parliament, Sept. 16. With the description of the battell fought between Sir Iohn Hotham and the Earle of Cumberlaud [sic], and the number of men slaine on both sides. Likewise how the Earle of Cumberland, (being pursu'd) escaped out of the citie disguised like a shepheard. Sent in a letter (by one that was an eye-witnesse) to a friend in Thames-street

S. K London : Printed for Thomas Cooke, Sept. 20. 1642

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