A Discourse Of The Warr In Lancashire (volume 62) by Edward RobinsonA Discourse Of The Warr In Lancashire (volume 62) by Edward Robinson

A Discourse Of The Warr In Lancashire (volume 62)

byEdward Robinson

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864. Excerpt: ... NOTES. '..-. IOI courage during the attack upon Warrington. "Aljjs!;".he exclaims, "who can settle a trembling heart?" He was afterwards."twed on this charge, and though he was acquitted it was thought that he'wW indebted for his escape to the influence of some powerful friends. (Lancashire Lieutenancy, C. S. 274.) In the Parliaments of 1654 and 1656 he wts M.P. for Lancashire (H. Lancashire, vol. i. 319), and his death in i'66y. is thus noticed in a contemporary obituary: Colonel Holland left an estate of Sool. a year, and was heired by a younger brother of the age of sixty. His brother, who had never been married before, found out a suitable gentlewoman, one Mrs. Britland, and their day of marriage was fixed. But before the day arrived he fell sick and died, and the funeral happening on the same day that had been fixed for the marriage, the minister at the funeral preached from the same text that had been selected for the marriage, only substituting "There was a cry made" for the words "Behold the bridegroom cometh." (Matt. xxv. 6.) A memoir of Colonel Holland is given by Mr. Booker. (Denton Chapelry, C. S. xxxvii. 16.) Note 19. Colonel Richard Shuttleworth of Grawthorpe Hall, born in 1587 was sheriff of Lancashire in 1618, and M.P. for Preston in 1640. He took the covenant in 1642, and on the breaking out of the Civil war he was enjoined to see the ordinance for the militia put in force. In 1646 he was elected a lay elder of the third Lancashire Presbyterian classis. He was a magistrate and a sequestator of delinquents' estates, and in 1653 he was made one of the judges for the relief of creditors and poor prisoners in the county of Lancaster. He died in 1669. (Assheton's Journal, C. S. 85, in notes; Lancashire Lieutenancy, C. S.; Scobel 's Acts and t...
Title:A Discourse Of The Warr In Lancashire (volume 62)Format:PaperbackDimensions:74 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:February 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217664946

ISBN - 13:9780217664943