An account of the castle and town of Denbigh by Richard NewcomeAn account of the castle and town of Denbigh by Richard Newcome

An account of the castle and town of Denbigh

byRichard Newcome

Paperback | February 8, 2012

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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.1829 Excerpt: ... in pursuance of the trust reposed in mee by My King, (whom you doe not vouchcafe to take notice of,) which in my understanding I cannot bee absolved from by that principle of law you soe much insist on, since the attayning of any end (tho' never soe specious) cannot be warranted by indirect means; neyther can I discerne how the countrey can be preserved, or your charge lessened by the surrender of this castle; since others of noe lesse strength and consequence are continued in our king's obedience and comand; will probably engage the same force, which will be mentayned by the same means; and since the scope of your desires proceed from your private interests, give me leave to take equal care of my loyallty, and reputation; all which may be preserved by your mediation with the parliament,or commander in chiefe, this force now before this castle may bee withdrawn from this countrey; I shall then undertake this castle shall be no further charge to you. And to conclude with your bitter pill; I will not deny, but as the most savoury meate tastes bitter to a distempered pallate, so my faythfullness to his Majestie's service may seeme bitter to those that are redy to fall from their allegiance, which if you, and others had not done, this countrey and other parts of the kingdome, had not bin in this misserable condition they now are in; neyther had there bin any occasion of this kind of entercourse beetween you and your kindsman "And the king's loyall subject "William Salisbury. "Denbigh castle, this 16th Maii, 1646." On the other hand, his stout resolution to adhere to loyalty was encouraged, as before observed, by the following lines sent to Colonel Salusbury at the time. "DKNBIGH CASTLE. "That vast dominion, t' which were once assigned Noe bounds, but Neptune's ...
Title:An account of the castle and town of DenbighFormat:PaperbackDimensions:20 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.04 inPublished:February 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217807895

ISBN - 13:9780217807890