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" I may possibly make a shift (upon the defensive) to spin out time until you come to assist me. Wherefore I command and conjure you, by the duty and affection which I know you bear me, that all new enterprises laid aside, you immediately march, according... "
Memoirs of the Court of King Charles the First - Page 407
by Lucy Aikin - 1833
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Collected from the ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...and affection which I know you bear me, that (all new enterprises laid aside) you immediately march (according to your first intention) with all your...for want of powder you cannot undertake that work, you immediately march with your whole strength to Worcester, to assist me and nay army; without which,...
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Collected from Royal ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...and affection which I know you bear me, that (all new enterprises laid aside) you immediately march (according to your first intention) with all your...for want of powder you cannot undertake that work, you immediately march with your whole strength to Worcester, to assist me and my army ; without which,...
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Memoirs of prince Rupert and the Cavaliers including their private ..., Volume 2

Bartholomew Elliott G. Warburton - 1849
...and affection which I know you bear me, that all new enterprises laid aside, you immediately march, according to your first intention, with all your force...that you immediately march with your whole strength, directly to Worcester, to assist me and my army ; without which, or your having relieved York by beating...
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Memoirs of Prince Rupert, and the Cavaliers: Including Their ..., Volume 2

Eliot Warburton - Great Britain - 1849
...and affection which I know you bear me, that all new enterprises laid aside, you immediately march, according to your first intention, with all your force...that you immediately march with your whole strength, directly to Worcester, to assist me and my army ; without which, or your having relieved York by beating...
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Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn

John Evelyn - 1852
...yor first intention) with all yor force to the reliefe of York : but if that be either lost, or haue freed themselves from the besiegers, or that for want of powder you cannot vndertake that work : that you immediately march with your whole strength to Worster, to assist me...
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Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, F. R. S.: To which is ..., Volume 4

John Evelyn - Great Britain - 1852
...r first intention) with all yo r force to the reliefe of York : but if that be either lost, or haue freed themselves from the besiegers, or that for want of powder you cannot vndertake that work: that you immediately march with your whole strength to Worster, to assist me and...
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The battles and battle fields of Yorkshire ... to the end of the great Civil war

William Grainge - 1854
...and affection which I know you bear me, that, all new enterprises laid aside, you immediately march, according to your first intention, with all your force...of powder you cannot undertake that work, that you immediatly march with your whole strength to AVorcester to assist me and my army, without which, or...
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Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, F.R.S., Author of the ..., Volume 4

John Evelyn - 1854
...yor first intention) with all yor force to the reliefe of York : but if that be either lost, or haue freed themselves from the besiegers, or that for want of powder you cannot vndertake that work : that you immediately march with your whole strength to Worster, to assist me...
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History of the English Revolution of 1640: From the Accession of Charles I ...

François Guizot, Guizot (M., François) - Great Britain - 1856 - 488 pages
...and affection which I know you bear me, that (all new enterprises laid aside) you immediately march (according to your first intention) with all your force to the relief of York ; hut if that be either lost, or have freed themselves from the besiegers, or that for want of powder,...
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History and topography of the city of York; and the North riding of Yorkshire

Whellan T. and co - 1857
...immediately march, according to yonr first intention, with all your force to the relief of York ; hut if (hat be either lost, or have freed themselves from the...with your whole strength to "Worcester, to assist mo and my army, without which, or your having relieved York, by beating the Scots, all the successes...
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