In the early part of 1645, the Parliamentarian forces of Colonel
Laugharne had advanced from the west coast of Wales to take more
territory. On 23rd April, the Royalist commander Charles Gerard
pushed them back from Newcastle Emlyn, in Carmarthenshire, and over
the following week, he forced the Parliamentarians to retreat into
their strongholds of Pembroke and Tenby.
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