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Context of Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earle of Bedfords army, brought to London by Captain Johnson September, 6 : the said army consisting of five thousand foot, seven hundred horse and 28 ensigns now ready to give battle against the Marquis of Hartford and Collonel Lunsfords forces being in Shereborn Castle : with the resolution of Collonel Lunsford to the high court of Parliamet expressed and discovered by his making of fire-works against the Earl of Bedfords army : the manner whereof is as followeth worthy of observation : likewise the resolution of the trayned band of Devonshire concerning Colonell Lunsford being resolved to march against him with 900 foot and was accompanied with 200 horse and many brave gallants from the town of Dorchester September, the third
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