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The civil warres of Great Britain and Ireland: containing an exact history of their occasion, originall progress and happy end / by an impartiall pen. Author/creator Davies, John, Davies, John, The civil warres of Great Britain and Ireland: Containing an exact history of their occasion, originall, progress, and happy end / (London: Printed by R.W. for Philip Chetwind, and are to be sold by booksellers, ), also by Robert Wood, Philip . John Davies (25 May – ) was a Welsh translator and writer.. Life. Davies was born in Kidwelly in Carmarthenshire, Wales and was educated in Carmarthen before entering Jesus College, Oxford in He moved to St John's College, Cambridge in , during the English Civil War, and met the poet John Hall, later writing a preface to Hall's book of ity control: BNE: XX, BNF: . Good newes from Ireland being a true and exact relation of two great victories obtained against the rebels there: the one by Sir Charles Vavasour, who with lesse then men hath raised the siege of Kelly and Barry, taken 12 of the chief commanders of the rebels, and brought them in chaines to Dublin, and took from them cowes and
Origin of the expression. Perhaps the best known National Assembly was that established during the French Revolution in , known as the Assemblée uently, the name is particularly common in Francophone countries. It was also the name of the legislature during France's First Republic and the Consulate, and since has been the lower house of the French parliament, first. Restoration examples included John Davies (attrib.), The civil warres of Great Britain and Ireland, London (Wing D. ), sig. A5, and William Dugdale, A short view of the late troubles in England; briefly setting forth, their rise, growth, and tragical conclusion, London . The civil warres of Great Britain and Ireland: Containing an exact history of their occasion, originall, progress, and happy end. By an impartiall pen Davies, John, [ Book: . Full text of "The bibliographer's manual of English literature containing an account of rare, curious, and useful books, published in or relating to Great Britain and Ireland, from the invention of printing; with bibliographical and critical notices, collations of the rarer articles, and the prices at which they have been sold" See other formats.
Biography Early life and family. Richard Lovelace was born on 9 December His exact birthplace is unknown, and may have been Woolwich, Kent, or Holland. He was the oldest son of Sir William Lovelace and Anne Barne mater: Gloucester Hall, Oxford. Full text of "The bibliographer's manual of English literature: containing an account of rare, curious, and useful books, published in or relating to Great Britain and Ireland. Samuel Daniel, English contemplative poet, marked in both verse and prose by his philosophic sense of history. Daniel entered Oxford in After publishing a translation in for his first patron, Sir Edward Dymoke, he secured a post with the English ambassador at Paris; later he travelled in. The Question of the Bolles as Lords of Swineshead. Back to The Bolles of Swineshead or The Bolles of Bolle Hall. The Bolles of Haugh Pedigree as taken from the Herald's Visitations of Lincolnshire is often used as the basis for the claim that the earliest known ancestor of the Bolles of Swineshead line was an Alan Bolle who was Lord of Swineshead in about