Tracts relating to military proceedings in Lancashire during the great civil war

commencing with the removal, by Parliament, of James, lord Strange, afterwards earl of Derby, from his lieutenancy of Lancashire, and terminating with his execution at Bolton. by Ormerod, George

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  • Lancashire (England),
  • Great Britain

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  • Derby, James Stanley, Earl of, 1607-1651,
  • Lancashire (England) -- History,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649

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StatementEd. and illustrated from contemporary documents, by George Ormerod.
SeriesRemains, historical & literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester, pub. by the Chetham society. vol. II, Remains, historical and literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester,, vol. 2.
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LC ClassificationsDA670.L19 C5 vol. 2
The Physical Object
Pagination371 p.
Number of Pages371
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6606165M
LC Control Number18005229
OCLC/WorldCa5189722

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[George Ormerod]. Tracts Relating To Military Proceedings In Lancashire During The Great Civil War: Commencing With The Removal, By Parliament, Of James, Lord Strange, Afterwards Earl Of Derby, From His Lieutenancy Of Lancashire, And Terminating With His Execution At Bolton; Volume 2 Of Remains, Historical And Literary, Connected With The Palatine Counties Of Lancaster And Chester; Chetham Society Author: George Ormerod.

Tracts relating to military proceedings in Lancashire during the great civil war, commencing with the removal, by Parliament, of James, lord Strange, afterwards earl of Derby, from his lieutenancy of Lancashire, and terminating with his execution at Bolton.

and illustrated from contemporary documents, by George Ormerod. Tracts Relating To Military Proceedings In Lancashire During The Great Civil War: Commencing With The Removal, By Parliament, Of James, Lord Strange, Afterwards Earl Of Derby, From His Lieutenancy Of Lancashire, And Terminating With His Execution At Bolton; Volume 2 Of Remains, Historical And Literary, Connected With The Palatine Counties Of Lancaster And Chester; Chetham Society Author: George Ormerod.

INTRODUCTION. The Civil War in Lancashire is an exceedingly interesting and perhaps the most stirring chapter in the history of the county. It was a real struggle; it is sufficiently complete in itself to be studied as a separate subject; while at the same time it illustrates the leading ideas of the Civil War as a whole, and it had a not unimportant bearing upon the course of the war in.

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Chiefly derived from the Shuttleworth mss. at Gawthorpe hall, Lancashire". Tracts relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War. Edited and Illustrated from Contemporary Documents by GEORGE ORMEROD, DCL, FRS, FSA, FGS, author of ‎ Reviews: 2. Tracts relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War.

Edited and Illustrated from Contemporary Documents hy GEOROE ORMEKOD, DCL, FRS, FSA, FGS, author of ‎. 77 Beamont, William (ed.), ‘ A discourse of the warr in Lancashire ’, Chetham Society, LXII (), pp. 12 – 14; Ormerod, George (ed.), Tracts relating to military proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War, Chetham Society, II (), 38 – Tracts Relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War, George Ormerod (Editor), Tyldesley Family History Blog.

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