Leicester England Antiquities : Richard III : the king under the car park : the story of the search for England's last Plantagenet king / Mathew Morris and Richard Buckley.; Morris, Mathew.
Leicester England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The humble desires of the knights, gentlemen, ministers, freeholders and inhabitants of the county and burrough of Leicester. Delivered to His Excellency, the Lord Generall Monck, at St Albans the thirtieth day of Ianuary, 1659. by George Fawnt Esquire, High Sheriffe of the said county, William Boothby, Richard Orton, and Richard Halford Esquires, entrusted for that purpose by the body of the whole county.
Leicester England History Sources : A speech delivered in the Commons House of Parliament, by that judicious and worthy gentleman, Thomas Beamount Esquire, at the presenting of the petition of the knights, gentlemen, and : also a true copie of the petition it selfe, subscribed with above 2000. hands.; Beamount, Thomas.
Leicester England History Sources Early Works To 1800 : A speech delivered in the Commons House of Parliament, by that judicious, and worthy gentleman, Thomas Beamount Esquire: at the presenting of the petition of the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders, of the county of Leicester, on Wednesday the 6. of November, 1644. Also a true copie of the petition it selfe, subscribed with above 2000. hands.; Beamount, Thomas.
Leicester Robert Sir 1684 : A sermon preached at the funeral of the Honorable Sir Robert Leicester of Tabley, Bar' : at Great Budworth in the county palatine of Chester, July 11, 1684 / by E. Foreness ...; Foreness, E.
Leicestershire England Antiquities : The Nottingham area : proceedings of the 135th summer meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 1989 / edited by N.H. Cooper.; Royal Archaeological Institute (Great Britain).
Leicestershire England History Siege : True newes from Harborough in Leichestershire, declaring how the Earle of Stamford met with Prince Robert as he was plundering the said towne : also how the said Earle of Stamford fell upon them ... : likewise the true proceedings of the Parliaments forces in those parts of the evill-affected party and malignant spirits of their kingdome.; Chapman, Andrew,