Cheshire England County Early Works To 1800 : True relation of the great thunder, lightning, rain, great vvind, and prodigious hail, that happened at Alvanley in the parish of Frodham in Cheshire, on Sunday the 19th day of June, 1687 : as it was sent to a merchant in London.
Cheshire England Description And Travel Early Works To 1800 : The vale-royall of England, or, The county palatine of Chester illustrated : wherein is contained a geographical and historical description of that famous county, ... adorned with maps and prospects, and the coats of arms belonging to every individual family of the whole county / performed by William Smith, and William Webb ; published by Mr. Daniel King ; to which is annexed, an exact chronology of all its rulers and governors both in church and state from the time of the foundation of the stately city of Chester to this very day ; ... also, an excellent discourse of the Island of Man ...; Smith, William,
Cheshire England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : One and twenty Chester queries, or, Occasional scruples, reflecting upon the late memorable affairs at the places adjacent to, and in Cheshire. / By several of the officers and souldiers then under the conduct of the Lord Lambert.
Cheshire England History Sources Early Works To 1800 : Two petitions from the countie Palatine of Cheser [sic], and of the inquests serving at the assizes for the body of the said countie. : One presented to His Majestie at Yorke, the 7. of May. The other to the honourable House of Commons the 24. of May.
Cheshire England Population : The distribution of population and the location of industry on Merseyside / Wilfred Smith.; Smith, Wilfred,
Cheshire England Religion 17th Century : To the high and honourable court of Parliament. : The humble petition of sundry of the nobles, knights, gentry, ministers, freeholders, and divers thousands of the inhabitants of the county palatine of Chester, whose names are subscribed to the several schedules hereunto annexed. In answer to a petition delivered on to the Lords Spirituall and Temporall, by Sir Thomas Aston, Baronet, from the county palatine of Chester, concerning episcopacie.