The History of the Ancient Borough of Pontefract: Containing an Interesting Account of Its Castle, and the Three Different Sieges it Sustained, During the Civil War, with Notes and Pedigrees, of Some of the Most Distinguished Royalists and Parliamentarians, Chiefly Drawn from Manuscripts Never Before Published (Google eBook)
author, and for J. Fox; and sold by Longman and Company Paternoster-Row, R. Crosby and Company Stationers-Court, London; J. Heaton, Leeds; J. Hurst. Wakefield; Wilson and Company, and Todd and Company, York; Sheardown, Doncaster; and may be had of other booksellers., 1807 - Pontefract castle - 496 pages
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