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diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett

Henry Townshend

diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett

by Henry Townshend

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Published by printed for the Worcestershire Historical Society by Mitchell Hughes and Clarke in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited for the Worcestershire Historical Society by J.W. Willis Bund. Vol.3.
SeriesPublications / Worcestershire Historical Society
ContributionsWillis-Bund, J. W., Worcestershire Historical Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18548040M

From the diary of HENRY TOWNSHEND (published) comes the text of the following appeal by TOWNSHEND to Prince Rupert: "To the most Excellent Prince Rupert His Highness: The humble petition of HENRY TOWNSHEND Esquire, on of H.M. Justices and Commissioners for the safeguard of the county of Worcester. Henry Townshend (c. ) was a Worcestershire gentleman who lived in Elmley Lovett, a village ten miles north of Worcester. He was the son and a half-brother of men who had sat in parliaments under Elizabeth I and James I, but he himself never became an MP. The Diary and Papers of Henry Townshend, , edited by Stephen Porter.

John William Willis-Bund ( - 7 June ) was an historian and local Worcestershire politician.. Willis-Bund was born in at Wick Episcopi, Worcestershire, the son of John Walpole Willis and his second wife Ann Susanna Kent Bund; the adoption of his mother's surname was necessary in order to inherit from his maternal grandfather. He was educated at Eton College and graduated from Caius. A new edition, correcting errors of transcription and presenting the content in a more manageable and accessible format, has recently been published by the same record society. 2 2 J.W. Willis Bund (ed.), Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett, – (4 parts in 2 volumes, Worcester, –20), hereafter Willis Bund edn.;Author: Stephen K. Roberts.

The Red Book of the Exchequer, Part 2 Great Britain Exchequer De som köpt den här boken har ofta också köpt Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett, av John William Bund Willis-Bund, J W Willis Bund (häftad). Westmorland, and Durham, During the Reigns of Henry II., Richard I., and John Great Britain Exchequer Lodged at the heart of much of the urban and economic history of the early modern period, this connection between urbanisation and modernity is spelt out most clearly in E. A. Wrigley, People, cities and wealth (Oxford, ), chs 3, 6 and 7. Google ScholarAuthor: Andy Wood.


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TOWNSHEND, Henry, of Elmley Lovett, Worcs. Civil War diary, including events in London and Worcester, –3. Civil War diary, including events in London and Worcester, –3.

Worcs ROWillis Bund, J. (John William), Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett, (London, Printed for the Worsestershire Historical Society by Mitchell, Hughes, and Clarke, ), also by Henry Townshend (page images at HathiTrust).

Townshend, Henry (), "The Siege of Worcester", in Willis-Bund, J.W. (ed.), Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett,London: Printed for the Worcestershire Historical Society by M.

Hughes and ClarkeLocation: Worcester, 52°11′20″N 2°13′15″W /. Civil strife in the Midlands, Clarendon Colonel John Birch command Committee Coventry Cromwell Denbigh Derbyshire Diary Dudley Castle Dugdale Earl Edgehill effect Elmley Lovett enemy England Essex Evesham Fairfax foot Gell Gloucester Governor hath Henry Townshend Hereford Herefordshire History horse Ibid inhabitants.

They were flung into the Severn where 'they would not sink but soared aloft' according to a diary entry by Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett. An odd section of. 1 A. Bayley, The Great Civil War in Dorset (Taunton, ), p. ; Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett, II, ed.

Willis Bund, 2 vols. (London, I), ii, p. 22I. 12 The main sources for the leaders' names are the lists in Zachary Grey, Impartial Examination of the Third Volume of Mr. Daniel Neal's History of the Puritans. John William Willis Bund is the author of The Civil War In Worcestershire, ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Some Passage 4/5.

Library Catalog - Herefordshire and Worcester (page 1) Genealogy Library The Geneanet Library offers to access hundreds of thousands documents (books, old newspapers, magazines, armorials) indexed for the needs of genealogists, local historians and curious people.

77 Cross's historical hand-book to Malvern By Cross, Henry 78 Diary of Francis Evans, secretary to Bishop Lloyd, ed. for the Worcestershire historical society By Evans, Francis 79 Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett.

5Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovetted. J. W. Willis Bund (Worcestershire Hist. Soc.; London, ), I, (25 April I66o to 23 April ).

Townshend was not a member of parliament and is not very informative after the early days of the Convention.Diary of Henry Townshend of Elmley Lovett, [ - ] Townshend, Henry, London: Printed for the Worcestershire Historical Society by Mitchell Hughes and Clarke,   16 On this, see the comments of Nicholas Estwick relating to the promulgation of the Book of Sports: Bodl., MS Tan fo.

17 Henry Valentine, God save the king (); Henry Peacham, The duty of all true subjects to their king (); Thomas Morton, A sermon preached before the kings most excellent majestie in Cited by: 5.