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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodstock Introduction

    88 Parliamentary raids on Woodstock were repulsed with small losses in February 1646 , 89 but in March Col. Thomas Rainsborough and an army of 2,000 men arrived with the intention of blockading Oxford , which was cut off from

    Standlake Introduction Standlake , Brighthampton , and Hardwick c . 1850 Hermitage in 1873

    and certainly by May 1645 , when after a two- or three-day siege the house was surrendered to Col. Thomas Rainsborough , who took over 50 prisoners. Canon balls found in the moat in the 19th century suggest a violent

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    Berks .), railways, see East Gloucestershire ; Great W estern ; Witney Railway ; and under names of particular places Rainsborough , Thos., Ramsey , fam., Ramsey , see Northmoor Ranckell: Hen., Peter, Ravenor and Cuthbert, Raysaker, Thos., rector of

    Political history

    city for the last time. It soon stood alone in England , except for Wallingford Castle . Woodstock surrendered to Rainsborough 103 at the end of April. On 8 May Sir William Compton , the heroic governor of Banbury ,

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    London Transport; Staines and West Drayton ; Thames Valley ; Windsor , Staines and South Western Raines , Ric. de, Rainsborough (Raynesborough) , Col. Ric., Raleigh , Carew , Sir Walt ., n ; Ralph , Godfrey s. of, Ralph

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Straughan; and in one of the notes (vol. i, p. 2S6), Major Des- borough is called Rainsborough; the less pardon- able, as Colonel Rainsborough had been mentioned just before. Brief, too, as these notes of Air Cary's are, we are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    If a man lias not good weapons, horse and harniess, he is as nought. Ipray you order this :-and tell Rainsborough I shall see to that matter 'of his;' but do not wrong the fool.-From your friend, 0. C." Again, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spot under the walls of the castle, where the sentence was carried into execution in the presence of Colonels freton, Rainsborough, and Whalley. Sir Charles Lucas tvas led out first. Being placed opposite the three files of musketeers, he said, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Y I HISTORIC YORKSHIRE FAMILIES. I !__ __ UXLL-Morris or Morrice, of North Elmsall. t . A ia-y of British origin, descended from Elyston ;Glodryd, a British chieftain of the tenth century, founder of a Royal tribe in Wales, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brawesis Wentbridge and Knottingley, the seizure of cir Arthur Ingram. and holding him to ransom of £1,500. and of Colonel Rainsborough from then middle of his troops at Doncaster, trith the intention of hiolding him also at rancon to be Subscribers-only content

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