A discourse of the Warr in Lancashire : a trew and impartiall relation of some of that unhappie intestive warre that was betweene King Charles and the Parliament, soe much as happened of it within the county Palaintine of Lancaster, [ca. 1655].

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Robinson, Edward, d. 1681. A discourse of the Warr in Lancashire : a trew and impartiall relation of some of that unhappie intestive warre that was betweene King Charles and the Parliament, soe much as happened of it within the county Palaintine of Lancaster, [ca. 1655].

A discourse of the Warr in Lancashire : a trew and impartiall relation of some of that unhappie intestive warre that was betweene King Charles and the Parliament, soe much as happened of it within the county Palaintine of Lancaster, [ca. 1655].

Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, of an account of the local effects of the English Civil War on the county of Lancaster. Prefaced by a letter "To the frendly and impartial reader" dated December 29, 1655. Accompanied by a copy of the printed text, edited from this manuscript and published by the Chetham Society in 1865.

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