The History of the Siege of Manchester by the King's Forces, Under the Command of Lord Strange, 1642

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Página 33 - Majesty's command ; but if you shall yet continue obstinate in your disobedience, and resolve to stand it out, I will in that way proceed with all honour, by offering you a safe convoy of your women and children out of the town, so that it be done immediately.
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Página 85 - ... of the chief Men of the Town, layed open the whole designe, told them how to prevent the danger, laboured night and day to get our Cannons to the Work, repaired our Mudwals, as well as time would suffer. In a word, left nothing uncared for, which was necessary to entertain an assault. But the Enemie having got some intelligence of our actions by our treacherous friends, or homebred enemies, when he had marched within one or two miles of Manchester at his appointed time, having notice of an hot...

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