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Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army During the Great Civil War: Now First by Richard Symonds, Charles Edward Long, Camden Society (Great Britain), British LibraryPages: Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Symonds, Richard.
Diary of the marches of the royal army during the great civil war. Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army During the Great Civil War Item Preview. So he kept a diary of the marchings of the royal army from 10 April to 11 February (four notebooks now held in the British Library).
These were frequently quoted by county historians, and in were edited for the Camden Society by Charles Edward Long, under the title Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army during the Great Civil War.
Title: Diary of the Marches of The Royal Army During the Great Civil War: Kept by Richard Symonds Author Name: Symonds, Richard and edited by Charles Edward Long Categories: History, Publisher: London, The Camden Society Binding: Blind-stamped Cloth Book Condition: Very Good Size: 8vo.
Book number: Keywords: Camden Society, Richard Symonds, Civil War. In 2 libraries. This diary is the only eye-witness account of the English Civil War by a participant on the King's side who was not an officer. The diarist, Richard Symonds, was a royal Lifeguardsman for the crucial two years ofwhich included the battle of Naseby and the Royalist defeat.
Symonds was also a scholar and antiquarian and his diary includes much topographical detail of the. Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army During the Great Civil War avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 8 editions Want to Read saving /5.
Life. Born at Benham Park, Berkshire, he was the elder and only surviving son of Charles Beckford Long (d.
) of Langley Hall, Berkshire, and his wife, Frances Monro was the grandson of Edward Long, the historian of Jamaica, a cousin of Charles Long, 1st Baron Farnborough, and nephew of General Robert Ballard Long, his father's was educated at Harrow School ( diary of the marches of the royal army during the great civil war; kept by ri- $ free shippingSeller Rating: % positive.
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