A continuation of the true narration of the most observable passages in and about Plymouth, from Ianuary 26. 1643. till this present; wherein you may observe how the Lord doth alwaies work, for that poore, and remote garrison. Together with the letter of Sir Richard Greenvile with the answer to it, as also the burning of a booke inclosed in his letter by the hand of the hangman, the book being intituled, The iniquity of the Covenant. With the discovery of a shee traytor together with the articles prooved on oath against her at a councell of warre. Published by authoritie

Grenville Sir London : Printed by I.D. for Francis Eglesfield, and are to be sold at the signe of the Marigold in Pauls Churchyard, May 10. 1644

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