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.
Chess Handbooks Manuals Etc Early Works To 1800 : The famous game of chesse play. : Being a princely exercise; wherein the learner may profit more by reading of this small book, than by playing of a thousand mates. Now augmented in many material things formerly wanting, and beautified with a three-fold method, viz. of the Chesse-men, of the chesse-play; of the Chesse-laws. / by Jo. Barbier. P.; Saul, Arthur.
Chess Poetry : Shahiludium : traditum in ribus scriptus Hebraicis / quæ sunt Rabbi Abraham Abben-Ezræ elegans poëma rythmicum ; R. Bonsenior Abben-Jachiæ facunda oratio prosaïca, liber Deliciæ regum prosâ, stylo puriore, per innominatum ; omnia ex chartis mss. jam primus deprompsit & Latinè vertit Thomas Hyde.; Hyde, Thomas,
Chest Radiography Case Studies : The unofficial guide to radiology : 100 practice chest X-ray reports / Mohammed Rashid Akhtar, Na'eem Ahmed, Nihad Khan ; edited by Mark Rodrigues, Zeshan Qureshi.; Akhtar, Mohammed Rashid,
Chester Battle Of 1659 : Another great victory obtained by the Lord Lambert against Sir George Booth, on Sunday morning last : with the manner of his taking the city of Chester and throwing open the gates, the taking of the five hundred prisoners and divers eminent commanders, viz, Maj. Gen. Egerton, the Lord Kilmurrey, Col. Brooks and Sir Wil. Neal : as also another desperate fight at Leverpool, the taking of the town, the beating and pursuing of the enemy toward Wales, and the escape of Sir George Booth with 200 horse to Cherk Castle.
Chester Cheshire History Early Works To 1800 : His Majesties demands and propositions : propounded by His Majesty, to the major, knights, and gentry; to the city of Chester, accompaned with the Prince, Sir Edward Dering, and 2. regiments of horse and foote, togeather with their inditious answer thereunto. Likewise the Prince his desire to the Earle of Essex, with the true d[e]scription of the bataile fought by the trained band of Chester, and the Earle of Newcastle, Lord Rivers, Earle of Bristoll, and the Earle of Lindsey, who came to take possession of the said city, September 26. with the number of them that were slaine on both sides as it was sent in a letter from a gentleman of note, to a speciall friend of his in London.; England and Wales.
Chester England : The Latest printed newes from Chichester, Windsor, Winchester, Chester, Manchester, and Yorke, &c.
Chester England History Siege 1645 : Three great victories : I. obtained by Collonel Jones, and adjutant general Louthanie, in the entring of the town of Chester, where they took all the northeast part of the town, and the barres, and all the outworks, and works, as farre as the east gate, with all the particulars of the said fight, and the summons sent in, for the surrender of the city and castle : II. the taking of the devizes, by lieutenant generall Cromwell, with the aricles whereupon it was surrendred, on Tuesday the 24. of September, 1645, with all the particulars, about the same : III. the copie of a letter from lieutenant generall Leshley, to his excellency the Earl of Leven, of the glorious victory obtained in Scotland against Montrosse, 3 barons, killed upon the place, 2500 also slain, 700 killed in persuit, 500 laid down their armes, 6 lords, and 1700 others taken prisoners, amongst which many of quality, and a list of the names of the chiefest of those were slain and taken, 4000 armes taken, and all Montrosses carriages and ammunition, bag and baggage : commanded to be printed ... publish'd according to order.