3 edition of Civil War in Staffordshire in the spring of 1646 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Sir William Brereton"s letter book 1646|
|Statement||edited by Ivor Carr and Ian Atherton.|
|Genre||Correspondence., Personal narratives., Sources.|
|Series||Collections for a history of Staffordshire -- 4th ser., v. 21|
|Contributions||Carr, Ivor., Atherton, Ian., Staffordshire Record Society.|
|LC Classifications||DA419.B74 A4 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||380 p. :|
|Number of Pages||380|
|LC Control Number||2008396310|
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The Civil War in Staffordshire in the Spring of Sir William Brereton's Letter Book, April-May Hardcover – January 1, by I Brereton, William, carr, Ivor, Atherton (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: I Brereton, William, carr, Ivor, Atherton.
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The Civil War in Staffordshire in the spring of Sir William Brereton's letter book, April-May Author: William Brereton ; Ivor Carr ; Ian Atherton ; Staffordshire Record Society.
CIVIL WAR IN STAFFORDSHIRE IN THE SPRING OF SIR WILLIAM BRERETON'S LETTER BOOK APRIL-MAY : William, carr, Ivor, Atherton, I Brereton: Books. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
Have one to sell?Author: I Brereton, William, carr, Ivor, Atherton. This book is the first study to reassess the nature of the royalist cause in the North midland counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire Rutland and Staffordshire during the. The Civil War in Staffordshire in the Spring of Sir William Brereton’s Letter Book, April–May edited by Ivor Carr and Ian Atherton Ivor Carr is a historian of the civil war, based in Dudley.
The Civil War in Staffordshire in the Spring of Sir William Brereton's Letter Book, April-Mayed. with Ivor Carr (Staffordshire Record Society, Collections. 2) The Civil War in Staffordshire in the Spring of Sir William Brereton’s Letter Book, April–May (eds) Ivor Carr and Ian Atherton: Staffordshire Record Society.
Collections for a History of Staffordshire Fourth Series, Volume Twenty-One, () ISSN –, ISBN 0 37 9 pp and Appendix 5. Extracts From a Fifteenth Century Lichfield Cathedral Chapter Act Book pp.
Swanson; Robert N. Fourth Series Volume XXI The Civil War in Staffordshire in the Spring of Sir William Brereton’s Letter Book, April to May Carr; Ivor Atherton; Ian J. Fourth Series Volume XXII Staffordshire Glebe Terriers Part One.
Brereton's journal is a book made up of letters from the English Civil War (). A Parliamentary general, Sir William was engaged in the siege of.
The war started to impact on the county from with the seizure of Stafford and Tamworth by the Royalists. saw the siege and capture of Lichfield Close by Parliamentary forces and its re-capture by the Royalists under Prince Rupert.
also saw the only major Civil War battle in Staffordshire, the Battle of Hopton Heath. Brereton's book made up of letters comes out of the English Civil War (). A Parliamentary general, Sir William was engaged in the siege of Dudley Castle, Bridgnorth Castle and the fortifield cathedral close at Lichfield.
The letter book contains copies of letters sent and received by s: 1. Stow on the Wold campaign Charles I's military situation in the spring of had become increasingly desperate.
He attempted to maintain troops in the field whilst waiting for the arrival of relieving forces, from Ireland, Scotland or France, troops that in reality would never arrive. and which covers the build up to the Civil War, the Civil War itself and the first seven years of the English Republic.
Mistris Parliament: The British Civil Wars and Interregnum A meeting place for the six members in a history tutorial on the English Civil Wars at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, in the spring. "Sir William Brereton's letter book out of the English Civil War (), contains copies of letters sent and received by him detailing his victory against the last Royalist army, various sieges, and constant need for money and troops.
This book is the first study to reassess the nature of the royalist cause in the North midland counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire Rutland and Staffordshire during the first civil war ().
Previous accounts of the war in the re. Battle books usually cover the background to the battle, a detailed account of the battle and details of the units involved.
They also include contemporary accounts. Titles are arraigned by date of battle. First English Civil War He was commissioned as Colonel to raise a regiment in Derbyshire and throughout the First English Civil War, between andmanaged to maintain the county's allegiance to Parliament.
Units of his regiment fought engagements in the neighbouring counties of Staffordshire and Nottinghamshire and took part in the siege of Chester. Laurence Spring, The Pike and Shot Society, ISBN Officer lists and histories of the Southern Association regiments of the First Civil War, and other regiments attached temporarily to Waller's forces, including Trained Bands.
Also has several colour plates illustrating cavalry cornets. A Journal of the English Civil War: The Letter Book of Sir William Brereton, Spring (Paperback) von Sir William Brereton und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf.
Description: Brereton’s journal is a book made up of letters from the English Civil War (–). A Parliamentary general, Sir William was engaged in the siege of Dudley Castle, Bridgnorth Castle and the fortifield cathedral close at Lichfield.
The Letter Book contains .Price – £ GBP. H – Civil War in Staffordshire in the Spring of Sir William Brereton's Letters Book / Carr, Ivor & Atherton, Ian pages hardback. Valuable introduction to the letter books, and very detailed and useful annotations, as you'd expect from these chaps.
£ GBP.The Civil War in Staffordshire in the spring of Sir William Brereton's letter book, April-May  [S.l.]: Staffordshire Record Society, Description.