The countrie ague. Or, London her vvelcome home to her retired children. Together, with a…
The countrie ague. Or, London her vvelcome home to her retired children. Together, with a true relation of the warlike funerall of Captaine Richard Robyns, one of the twentie captaines of the trayned bands of the citie of London, which was performed the 24. day of September last, 1625. in armes, in the time of this visitation which the rumour in the countrey went currant, that London had not people enough left aliue to bury her dead. By Henry Petovve, Marshall of the Artillerie Garden, London.
[London] : Printed [by B. Alsop and T. Fawcet] for Robert Allot, and are to be sold at the Greyhound in Pauls Church-yard, 1626 [i.e. 1625]