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COLCHESTER Surrendred to the Lord Generall VVith the manner of the Agreement: ALSO A Liſt of the names of the Lords, Col­lonells, and other Officers, taken with DVKE HAMBLETON AT UTOXETOR on Friday the 25 of Aug. 1648 all priſoners at mercy, by the Lord Grey.

Preſented to both Houſes of Parliament.

5 Lords taken, 2 Knights, 8 Collonels 7 Lieutenant Collonels, 13 Majors, 31 Cap­tains, 43 Lieutenants, 21 Cornets, 20 Quar­termaſters, 34 corporalls, 5 Trumpeters, 3000 private Souldiers, 3500 Armes and 3000 Horſe.

Printed by Robert Ibbitſon, in Smithfield, neer the Queenes-head Tavern, 1648.

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Right Honourable,

WE were joyned under the Lord Grey, and have (this day) falne upon Duke Hambleton, where we found ſo little oppoſi­tion, that few eſcaped us. They are 3000 Souldiers, beſides Officers. I have ſent you a Liſt of the Officers, they are all priſoners at mercy.

There were taken at Namptwich before

  • Earle of Traquaire,
  • Lord Carnolſey,
  • Lord Lunton
  • Lord Ramſey
  • Sir James Leſley
  • Sir Michael Miſmiſh
  • Lieu. Col: Graham
  • And divers others,
  • Taken neere Nottingham,
  • Sir Marmaduke Langdale,
  • Col: Owen
  • And 8 more.

Beſides Lieu. Gen. Middleton, and the foot taken at Warrington, viz. 5 Lieut. Collonels, 8 Majors, 20 Capt. 48 Lieutenants, 78 En­ſignes, 3 Quartermaſters, 128 Sergeants, and 2256 Souldiers.

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A Liſt of the Officers and Number of Souldiers under the command of Duke Hambleton, Taken by the Lord Grey, and Major Gene­rall Lambert, in the Town of Vttoxeter the 25 of Auguſt 1648.

  • Sent priſoners to Leiceſter
  • Duke Hambleton General
  • The Lord Burgeney,
  • Col: Mills
  • Col: Carr.
  • Col: Ramſey,
  • Col: Blayre.
  • Sent priſoners to Stafford
  • Col. Lockhead
  • Col. Fowles
  • Col. Turner
  • L. C. Dalmaboy
  • L. C. Ogleag
  • L. C. Blayre
  • L. C. Cooper
  • L. C. Drummond
  • L. C. Dicke
  • L. C. Hambleton
  • Maj. Ja. Boſwell
  • Ma. Geo. Simpſon
  • Major Crawford
  • Major Crookes
  • Major Sharpe
  • Ma. Hambleton
  • Major Ennis
  • Major Middleton
  • Major Wood
  • Major Deands.
  • Major Gibb.
  • Major Carre
  • Major Lickwood.
  • Sent to Staford, Coven­trey, and along with the Forces.
  • Captaine White
  • Capt. St. Clare
  • 3
  • Cap. Dalmaboy
  • Cap. Strachen
  • Cap. Liſeley
  • Cap. Hay.
  • Cap. Camben
  • Cap. Stretton
  • Cap. Middleton
  • Cap. Mayneyes
  • Cap. Albert
  • Cap. Alex. Hambleton
  • Cap. Somerell
  • Cap. Blaire
  • Cap. Tompſon
  • Cap. Robertſon
  • Cap. Pringle
  • Cap. Rutherford
  • Cap. Monoeroth
  • Cap. Levingſtone
  • Cap. Will. Hoith
  • Cap. Cunningham
  • Cap. Maxwell
  • Cap. Mongomery
  • Cap. Smith
  • Cap. Borthwicke
  • Cap. Scot
  • Cap. Joyce
  • Cap. Rives
  • Cap. Douglas.
  • Lieut. Strechard
  • Lieut. Libertan
  • Lieut. Junis
  • Lieut. Douglas
  • Lieut. Bleive
  • Lieut. Ramſey
  • Lieut. Fauks
  • Lieut. Sinclare
  • Lieut. Jo. Stroud
  • Lieut. Munhead
  • Lieut. Hambleton
  • Lieut. Gibb
  • Lieut. Roſſe
  • Lieut. Jo. Graham
  • Lieut. Murry
  • Lieut. Hunter
  • Lieut. Cleaveland
  • Lieut. Bulley
  • Lieut. Knox
  • Lieut. Tumbrill
  • Lieut. O Neale
  • Lieut. O Lauget
  • Lieut. Callender
  • Lieut. Gawin Hamilton
  • Lieut. Drummond
  • Lieut. Stewart
  • Lieut. Innis
  • Lieut. Bunchay
  • Lieut. Mentieth
  • Lieut. Primroſe
  • Lieut. Barkley
  • Lieut. Burnſed
  • Lieut. Garmond
  • Lieut. Dyun
  • Lieut. Jo. Hamilton
  • Lieut. Johnſtone
  • Lieut. Lodi. Hamilton
  • Lieut. Humbruton
  • Lieut. Abernethy
  • Lieut. Mayre.
  • Cornet Kauk
  • Cornet Blayre.
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Cornet Grahum. Cor. Reade. Cor. Hunter. Cor. Gibbald. Cor. Skernam. Cor. Hay. Cornet Meldram. Cor. Bell. Cor. Crichton. Cor. Le­vingſton, Cor. Hay, Cor. Hamilton. Cor. Steward Cor. Cambells, Cor. Hamilton, Cor. Treaſure, Cor. Hamilton, cor. Edmiſton, Cor: Spint. Cor Bell,

Quartermaſter Blackley, Quar. Oſwell, Quar. St. Hell, Quar. Barnes, Quar. Sampſon, Quar. Ky­neere, Quar. Johnſton, Quartermaſt. Levingſton, Quar. Laky, Quar. Wilſton, Quar. Browne, Quar. Gaſton, Quar. Horne, Quar. Cumbell, Quar. Heath Quar. Dunbarr, Quar. Clegorne, Quar. Hamilton, Quar. Vaux, Quar, Cambell.

Corporall Carr, Corp. Levingſton, corp, Chrighton, corp. Monroe, corp. Kelley, corp. Morchell, corp. Edom, corp. Mer, corp. Newton, corp. Teate, corp. Wilſon, corp. Wilſon, corp. Gray, corp. Matland, corp. Tald, corp. Douglas, corp. Kevaday, corp. Duffe, corp. Douglas, corp. Dunſtaine, corp. Hun­ter, corp. Hebron, corp. More, corp. Barkley, corp. Anderſon, corp. Lockheart, corp. Craford, corp. Mungumre, corp. Wilſon, corp. Buthano, corp. Fouler, corp. Cider Hunter.

Trumpeters,

John White, James Ramſell, John Mackey, Walter Jackſon, John Wright.

3000 private ſouldies, 3500 Armes, 3000 Horſe, Duke Hamiltons Scarfe and Sword,

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Duke Hambletons ſervants.

Mr. Cole, mr. James Hamilton, mr. Lewis, mr. Jo. Hamilton, mr. Rob. Hamilton, Robert Cole, Mr. Iames Hamilton, mr. Jam. Skene, Tho. Hamilton, Patrick Hamilton, Iohn Hamilton, Walter Whit­ſon, John Clark, Iames Taylor, William. Jack, John Tench, Wil. Hamilton, Rob. Hamilton, Ralph Ri­chinſon, Iames Biſhop, Francis Brown, Valentine Baldwin, Io. Bell, Alexander Simpſon, George Pit­man, Robert Robſon, Nathaniel Peterſon, Iames Hamilton, Cornelius Herne, David Coulte, Tho­mas Wilſon, Archibald Hamilton, Will. Bleak­bunn, Thomas Miller, William Gilmore, William Strong, Mr. Standidge, Mr. Joh. Herbert, Ro­bert Flemming, Iohn Lenrick, Rich. Sterenton, Iohn Flemming, VVilliam Tompſon, Iames Put­terſon, Robert Neſaoth, Iohn Allen, Iohn Iohnſon Iames Douglas, Henry VVickſon, Alexander Fite, VVilliam Menerherd, Iohn Buggan, Tho. Mud­dell, VVilliam Fountain. Andrew Hinsburne, VVil­liam Monerherd, David Cunningham, Iohn Hun­ter, David Honind, Iohn Browne, Iowen Ha­milton, David Biſſet, John Edgar, James Dynn VVilliam Keimance.

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The Lord Burgeines Servants.

James Steward, Robert Hamilton, Kobert Hill, Thomas Eiſton, John Knocks, John Johnſtoun, Victrick Meder.

The Generall, One Lord, 7 Collonels, 7 Lieuten. Collonels, 13 Majors, 31 Cap­tains, 43 Lieutenants, 21 Cornets, 20 Quar­termaſters, 34 Corporalls, 5 Trumpeters. Common Souldiers neer upon 3000 The Dukes Servants 65. The Lord Bergeins 7.

Sir.

Colcheſter is to be ſurrendred to the Lord Generall to morrow. The towne is to be ſecured from Plunder, all Officers above Lieutenants are to be Priſoners at mercy. The reſt have quarter for their lives, and go away.

FINIS.

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TextColchester surrendred to the Lord Generall vvith the manner of the agreement: Also a list of the names of the lords, colonells, and other officers, taken with Duke Hambleton at Utoxetor on Friday the 25 of Aug. 1648 all prisoners at mercy, by the Lord Grey. Presented to both Houses of Parliament. 5 lords taken, 2 knights, 8 collonels 7 lieutenant collonels, 13 majors, 31 captains, 43 lieutenants, 21 cornets, 20 quartermasters, 34 corporalls, 5 trumpeters, 3000 private souldiers, 3500 armes and 3000 horse.
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Bibliographic informationColchester surrendred to the Lord Generall vvith the manner of the agreement: Also a list of the names of the lords, colonells, and other officers, taken with Duke Hambleton at Utoxetor on Friday the 25 of Aug. 1648 all prisoners at mercy, by the Lord Grey. Presented to both Houses of Parliament. 5 lords taken, 2 knights, 8 collonels 7 lieutenant collonels, 13 majors, 31 captains, 43 lieutenants, 21 cornets, 20 quartermasters, 34 corporalls, 5 trumpeters, 3000 private souldiers, 3500 armes and 3000 horse. [2], 6 p. Printed by Robert Ibbitson, in Smithfield, neer the Queenes-head Tavern,[London] :1648.. (Place of publication from Wing.) (Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aug ye 29".) (Reproduction of the original in the British Library.)
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  • Colchester (England) -- History -- Siege, 1648 -- Early works to 1800.

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