Wiltshire England Politics And Government Early Works To 1800 : Four affidavits, sworn in answer to the evidence given by Edward Barnes, and William Fair alias Linsey, touching their hearing Gabriel Barnes say, that Edward Adye had promised, or given the said Gabriel Barnes forty shillings, to give his vote for Sir Basil Firebrace, at the late hearing of a cause between the said Sir Basil Firebrace, and Sir Humphrey Edwyn, for Burrough of Chippenham, in the county of Wilts, before the Committee of Elections, on the 23d. of November, 1691..
Winceby Lincolnshire History Military : A Full relation of the Scots besiedging Newcastle and their taking the glasse houses, and other forts : with a lift of the chief malignants in the town : also, the victorious Lord Fairfax his taking of Whitby, where he surprized 500 officers and soldiers, 1000 sailers and inhabitants, 40
Winceby Lincolnshire History Military Early Works To 1800 : A full relation of the Scots besiedging [sic] Newcastle, and their taking the glasse houses, and other forts. : With a list of the chief malignants in the town. Also, the victorious Lord Fairfax his taking of Whitby, where he surprized; 500. officers and soldiers. 1000. sailers and inhabitants. 40. ships in the Channell. Good store of powder. 500. armes. 20. commissioners of array. All their traine of artillery. 100 peece of ordnance.
Winch Humphrey Sir 1555 1625 : Le beau-pledeur : a book of entries containing declarations, informations and other select and approved pleadings : with special verdicts and demurrers ... : together with faithful references to the most authentick printed law-books now extant ... / by the reverend Sir Humphrey Winch; Knight.; Winch, Humphrey,