This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...in it, who were sent prisoners to Nottingham; where, although Sir Roger Cooper was in great dread of being put into the governor's hands, whom he had provoked before upon a private occasion, yet he received such a civil treatment from him, that he seemed to be much moved and melted with it. The foot ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...in it, who were sent prisoners to Nottingham; where, although Sir Roger Cooper was in great dread of being put into the governor's hands, whom he had provoked before upon a private occasion, yet he received such a civil treatment from him, that he seemed to be much moved and melted with it. The foot had done all the service, and run all the hazard, in taking the house, yet the booty was all given to the horse; this they had very just reason to resent, but notwithstanding, Anglia Rediviva, countt it among the king's gnrrisons, May, I645; and Colonel Hutchinson, supported by Rossiter, took it in person and by an-rm 1 year uilcr mat.:6" 1 rurcnmrs run sronzs. 209 they marched along with them to Southwell. and there were most sadly neglected, and put upon keeping outguards for the horse, and had no provisions, so that the governor was forced to send them some out of his garrison, or else they had been left to horrible distress. Hereupon they sent to the governor to desire they might come home, but upon Colonel Thomhagh's entreaty and engagement that they should be better used, the governor was content.to let them stay a little longer, till more horse came up, which were sent for out of Yorkshire. In the meantime, those who were there already did nothing but harass the poor country; and the horse oflicers were so negligent of their own duty, and so remiss in the government of their soldiers, that the service was infinitely prejudiced, and the poor country miserably distressed. The Nottingham horse, being in their own country, and having their families in and about Nottingham, were more guilty of straggling than any of the rest; and Capt. Wl1ite's whole troop having presumed to be away one night when they should have...
Used-Good. Good hardback in maroon cloth. Bohn's Standard Library edition. Tissue guard to frontis portrait browned, with offsetting on title page; 31pp publisher's catalogue at rear yellowed; binding tight; spine faded & a lilttle worn, with large area of colour-loss.
Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase supports authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Corners bumped. Wear to head & tail of spine. Internally good. Ex School library book with the the name of the school stamped at the front endpapers. Frontispiece and tissue guard foxed. Endpapers slightly foxed. Page edges foxed.
No Illustrations. Very Good Condition. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Standard Library edition (scarce). no date (1839). 139pp. Full leather with gilt deco and title, professionally rebacked and new endpapers. all edges gilt. Not illustrated. This book well reviewed by the Edinburgh Review, October 1808. Opening leaf features gift inscription dated 1843 with additional gift inscription 1933 describing how the book passed down through the Mary Evans family. A scarce edition of an important book in its day, often reprinted. Booksellers since 1977.
Very Good. Full calf, rebacked, with gilt-stamped lettering in red leather spine label; 4to (265x205mm); pp. vi, xiv, 452,  (ads), plus frontis., folding genealogical table, handwriting facsimile, 3 plates (including a plan of Nottingham Castle). Boards heavily scuffed; spine dry, and chipped at tips. A little foxing and marginalia, but overall internally nice and clean. A nice copy, with an interesting provenance--bookplate of Calvin Gibbs Hutchinson, and memorial bookplate for Sarae Christianae Jesse (1833).
Very Good with no dust jacket. Very Good three quarter leather edition, no names or other marks. Marbled boards have some rubbing, leather spine and corner tips have scuffs and wear.; 10 1/2" x 8 1/2" inches; 452 pages.
Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson, Governor of Nottingham Castle and Town
by Lucy Apsley Hutchinson
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