Strange newes from Warwicke, which hapned on Thursday last being the 17 day of November, 1642: manifesting how one Jeremiah Stone, a corporall of a company of dragooners under his excellence, being wounded at the battell at Keynton, came to the Anchor of Warwick a little inne, and gave the hostesse of the house a bagge of money to keepe for him untill such time as hee had recovered his health : also how the said hostesse conspired with her husband to couzen the said souldier of his money, causing him to be imprisoned for offering to demand it : with the manner how they forswore themselves before the bench, and how Gods just judgement immediately fell upon them, to the tenour and amazement of all that great assembly : whereunto is annexed another fearefull example which happened at Coventrey.
|Imprint:||[London] : Printed by T. F. for R. C., [Novem. 23] 1642.|
|Series:||Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 248:E.127, no. 47.|
Civil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)
Kineton (England) -- History.
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Sources
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