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" ... 100 yards nearer to our King's men, and the King's hussars, with some of the Yorkshire hunters, came down, and so soon as they came opposite to the first ambush, the rebels fired upon them, but... "
Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society - Page 199
by Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society - 1889
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The Yorkshireman, a religious and literary journal, by a Friend [L. Howard ...

Luke Howard - 1836
...believing that a great number of them might be cut off before they were aware, so onr care was great to get the King's men notice, for which my son ventured his...gave them notice about 300 yards before they came at the place ; when in the mean time a second ambush was laid about 100 yards nearer to our King"s...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 191-192

Early English newspapers - 1852
...; for believing that a great number might be cut off before they were aware, so our care was great to give the King's men notice, for which my son ventured...gave them notice about 300 yards before they came to a place where in the meantime a second ambush was laid, about 100 yards nearer 144 145 to our King's...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 191-192

Early English newspapers - 1852
...commanders of the King's men appearing on the hill, about 400 yards south of my house, for whom my very heart was in pain ; for believing that a great...be cut off before they were aware, so our care was great to give the King's men notice, for which my son ventured his life, and gave them notice about...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 191

English essays - 1852
...commanders of the King's men appearing on the hill, about 400 yards south of my house, for whom niy very heart was in pain ; for believing that a great...number might be cut off before they were aware, so our cnre was great to give the King's men notice, for which my son ventured his life, and gave them nolice...
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Congregational History

John Waddington - Congregationalism - 1876
...yards south of my house, for which my very heart was in pain, believing that a great number of them might be cut off before they were aware ; so our care was great to get the King's men notice 800 yards before they came at ye place, when in the meantime a second...
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Congregational History, 1700-1800: In Relation to Contemporaneous ..., Volume 2

John Waddington - Congregational churches - 1876 - 720 pages
...yards south of my house, for which my very heart was in pain, believing that a great number of them might be cut off before they were aware ; so our care was great to get the King's men notice 300 yards before they came at ye place, when in the meantime a second...
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The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 2

Archaeology - 1888
...commanders of the King's men appearing upon the hill at about 400 yards south of my house, whereupon my very heart was in pain, for believing that a great...notice, for which my son* ventured his life and gave tliem notice about 300 yards before they came to the place ; when, in the meantime, a second ambush...
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