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Memorials of the Great Civil War in England from 1646 to 1652
by Henry Cary
Binding: Paperback, 480 pages
Publisher: BiblioLife
Weight: 1.14 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 8 x W: 0.5 inches
ISBN 10: 0559331452
ISBN 13: 9780559331459
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: castle, not thinking fit to trouble your more weighty affairs upon so slender a thing, I being something more than ordinary concerned in its accommodation, since the General hath pleased to commit it to my care at present. 300 will complete it. I fear 500 will scarce render this in so good a condition as it was before it was besieged. The remaining castle (though I suppose upon some grounds will not hold out long yet) can be of little use now to the fleet here, we being able to prohibit their coming ashore for fresh water, without which these ships cannot be many days together. What service is as yet to be done here, there is no assistance of mine shall be wanting, which is but weak, and at best scarce worthy your acceptance; and for what hath been done of late here, that God may have all the glory, which is the desire of Your most faithful and most humble servant, Nath. Rich. Deal, August 25, 1648. COLONEL HAMMOND TO THE SPEAKER. Sir, I yesterday received a letter and instructions from both houses of parliament, by the hands of sir Peter Killigrew, (who also then presented another to his majesty,) in answer to which I shall give you this account. That although I apprehended a greatdeal of ambiguity in the said instructions, comparing the first of them with the last, which caused me to endeavour, as much as in me lay, to defer the taking his majesty's engagement, until I might receive from the parliament an explanation of my said instructions, wherein I was very importunate with his majesty; yet his majesty pressing me to receive his engagement, accordingly as it was signified to him in his letter and votes from the parliament, and lest any obstruction of the treaty should seem to lie upon me, which his majesty told me that, in case of any such delay, he must c...


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