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Fri Mar 21 17:09:29 2014 UTClccn-n850889890.00A message sent from the Committee at Yorke to the House of Commons concerning all the passages that happened there from the fifth of Iuly to the twelfth. Wherein is declared and laid open the great affronts which they daily receive by the malignants that are thereabouts. Likewise the Parliaments resolution concerning the Earle of Lindsey and the Lord Savill, there being 14. of the Lords and 34. of the Commons appointed for the same purpose. With the accusation and charge against Mr. Henry Hastings assented to by both Houses of Parliament. Ordered that this be printed, and published0.811.00A letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons house of Parliament residing at Yorke. Together, with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May, with the Freeholders protestation inclosed2710192Sir_Hugh_Cholmeley,_1st_Baronetn 850889891318192Cholmeley, Hugh 1600-1657Cholmeley, Hugh, Sir, 1600-1657Cholmely, Hugh 1600-1657Cholmely, Hugh, Sir, 1600-1657Cholmley of Whitby, Hugh 1600-1657Cholmly, Hugh 1600-1657Cholmly, Hugh, Sir, 1600-1657Cholmneley, Hugh 1600-1657Cholmneley, Hugh, Sir, 1600-1657Cholmondeley Hugh 1600-1657lccn-n85010333Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxBaron1584-1648lccn-n85029934Stapleton, PhilipSir1603-1647lccn-n85195789Cholmley, HenrySir1609-1666lccn-n83061767Hotham, JohnSir-1645 January 2lccn-n79132433CharlesIKing of England1600-1649lccn-n79132434England and WalesSovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)lccn-n85057332Bushell, Brown-1651np-worthy captainWorthy captainnp-legard, johnLegard, Johnnp-gordricke, williamGordricke, WilliamCholmley, HughSir1600-1657HistorySourcesBiographyPamphletsMilitary historyGreat BritainCholmley, Hugh,--Sir,Civil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax,--Baron,England--YorkshireCholmley, Henry,--Sir,Stapleton, Philip,--Sir,Charles--I,--King of England,Bushell, Brown,Gordricke, WilliamEngland--ScarboroughDover, John Carey,--Earl of,Military campaignsCansfield, John,England and Wales.--ParliamentMorocco--TangierTeviot, Andrew Rutherford,--Earl of,Sheeres, Henry,--Sir,Lawson, John,--Sir,Harbors--Design and constructionMoroccoEngland--Twyford (Wokingham)England--HerstmonceuxRoyalistsEngland--Durham (County)Hotham, John,--Sir,CatholicsEnglandEngland--TadcasterEngland--DerbyCholmley familyTravelHistory--SourcesEngland--York16001657164216431645168017871967199520002008200860113942.06Z20022256ocn012179138book16420.84Nevves from Yorke being a true relation of the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmley since his coming to Scarborough, with the reasons why he did not march to Tadcaster as was desired by the Lord Fairfax : directed in two severall letters to the speaker of the honourable House of Commons, with his advice of the affaires of the county : together with the opinion of his officers concerning his repaire backe to ScarboroughHistory1553ocn012630758book16420.88Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the right honovrable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons House of Parliament residing at Yorke together with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke on Thursday the 12 of this instant May : with the freeholders protestation inclosed in the letter from the said committee to Master SpeakerHistorySources1383ocn012071964book16430.92Cholmley, HughTwo letters the one being intercepted by the Parliaments forces, which was sent from Sir Hugh Cholmley to Captain Gotherick, imployed in the Parliaments service : advising him to quit Wrestle-Castle or else to secure Captain Carter and to make himself master of it and keep it for His Majesties service : the other Captain Gothericks honest advice in answer to the said Sir Hugh detesting so treacherous and unworthy an actHistory1273ocn015367456book16800.86Cholmley, HughA Short account of the progress of the mole at TangierHistory1183ocn026925749book16420.86Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando, Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, Committees of the Commons House of Parliament residing at York being a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at York, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May : with the names of those gentlemen that concurred with the king concerning a guard for his sacred person ... : also the free-holders protestation, inclosed in the letter from the said committee, to Master Speaker ... and the votes against removing the next term to YorkHistory734ocn606873808file16420.73Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the right honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons House of Parliament, residing at Yorke Together with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12 of this instant May. With the free-holders protestation inclosed in the letter from the said committee to Mr. Speaker, and ordered by the said House to be forthwith published in print. H. Elsing. Cler. Parl. de ComHistorySources616ocn181837290com17870.86Cholmley, HughThe memoirs of Sir Hugh Cholmley Knt. and Bart. addressed to his two sons. In which he gives some account of his family, and the distresses they underwent in the Civil Wars; ... Taken from an original manuscript, in his own hand-writing, now in the possession of Nathaniel Cholmley, of WhitbyBiography612ocn606699200file16430.73Cholmley, HughTvvo letters the one being intercepted by the Parliaments forces, which was sent from Sir Hugh Cholmley to captain Gotherick, imployed in the Parliaments service; advising him to quit Wrestle-Castle, or else to secure Captain Carter, and to make himself master of it, and keep it for His Majesties service. The other Captain Gothericks honest advice, in answer to the said Sir Hugh, detesting so treacherous and unworthy an act. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament. That these two letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsyinge, Cler. Parl. D: ComHistory435ocn606700444file16420.63Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the right honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons house of Parliament residing at Yorke. Together vvith a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May, with the freeholders protestation inclosed in the letter from the said committee to master speaker, and ordered by the said house to be forthwith published in print. H. Elsing. Clre. Perl. [sic] de ComHistorySources151ocn838418994com16420.47Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the right honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons House of Parliament, residing at Yorke : Together with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12 of this instant May. With the free-holders protestation inclosed in the letter from the said committee to Mr. Speaker, and ordered by the said House to be forthwith published in print. H. Elsing. Cler. Parl. de ComHistorySources151ocn837961201com16420.47Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the right honovrable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons House of Parliament residing at Yorke : together with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke on Thursday the 12 of this instant MayHistorySources151ocn838295014file16420.47Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando, Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, Committees of the Commons House of Parliament residing at York : being a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at York, on Thursday the 12. of this instant MayHistory151ocn838610431com16430.47Cholmley, HughTvvo letters : the one being intercepted by the Parliaments forces, which was sent from Sir Hugh Cholmley to captain Gotherick, imployed in the Parliaments service; advising him to quit Wrestle-Castle, or else to secure Captain Carter, and to make himself master of it, and keep it for His Majesties service. The other Captain Gothericks honest advice, in answer to the said Sir Hugh, detesting so treacherous and unworthy an act. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament. That these two letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsyinge, Cler. Parl. D: ComHistory61ocn016090232book16421.00Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons house of Parliament residing at Yorke. Together, with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May, with the Freeholders protestation inclosed31ocn008323430book17870.47Cholmley, HughThe memoirs of Sir Hugh Cholmley : addressed to his two sons : in which he gives some account of his family and the distresses they underwent in the Civil Wars, and how far he himself was engaged in themHistory21ocn470349072book20000.92Cholmley, HughThe memoirs and memorials of Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, 1600-1657HistorySources+-+083776754522ocn828592090book1642A message sent from the Committee at Yorke to the House of Commons concerning all the passages that happened there from the fifth of Iuly to the twelfth. Wherein is declared and laid open the great affronts which they daily receive by the malignants that are thereabouts. Likewise the Parliaments resolution concerning the Earle of Lindsey and the Lord Savill, there being 14. of the Lords and 34. of the Commons appointed for the same purpose. With the accusation and charge against Mr. Henry Hastings assented to by both Houses of Parliament. Ordered that this be printed, and publishedHistoryMilitary history22ocn837282600book17870.59Cholmley, HughThe memoirs of Sir Hugh Cholmley Knt. and Bart. addressed to his two sons. In which he gives some account of his family, and the distresses they underwent in the Civil Wars ; and how far he himself was engaged in them. Taken from an original manuscript, in his own hand-writing, now in the possession of Nathaniel Cholmley, of Whitby and Howsham, in the County of York, EsquireHistoryBiography21ocn054187492book16420.92Cholmley, HughNevves from Yorke. Being a true relation of the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmley since his comming to Scarborough ... Directed in two severall letters to the Speaker of the honourable House of commons ... Together with The opinion of his officers concerning his repaire backe to Scarborough21ocn037788486book16421.00Fairfax, Ferdinando FairfaxA letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons House of Parliament residing at Yorke : together with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May, with the votes from the Lords in Parliament concerning His Majesties resolution for the adjourning of the next term from Westminster to Yorke, May 17, 1642HistoryPamphlets1795ocn012229366book16430.86Essex, Robert DevereuxMost hapy and wellcome newes from His Excellencie The Earle of Essex wherein is declared the true and full relation of two famous victories obtained by the Parliament forces : the first, fought by the Lord of Rochford at Twyford, Ian. 15 where with 700 men, he routed all the Kings army consisting of about 1500 who came to burne the said towne : the second, fought by Collonell Chomley at Hurst, Ian. 17 neere Reading, where with 300 men he gave battle to 2000 of the Kings forces, which sallied out of Reading with a resolution to take and pillage Hurst of all their corne and hay : declaring the manner of their first meeting, and how after 4 or 5 houres fight they fored them to retreat, killing 300 of the cavaliers and taking 60 horse with the losse of twenty three menHistory1465ocn012136750book16430.92An Exact and perfect relation of the proceedings of Sr Hugh Cholmly in Yorkshire, and of the taking of Captaine Canfield by the Parliaments forces who commanded a Lancashire troop of papists also a true relation of a great battle fought at Tadcaster the last week, where Captaine Hotham flew and took three or foure hundred cavaliers : likewise a true relation of a great battle fought neere Darby, between Mr. Hastings of Leicestershire, and Sir John Gell : wherein is annexed a copy of instructions sent by His Majesties great counsell, to the Lieutenants, Deputy-Lieutenants, and all other officers of every respective county of England : for the due execution of justice, the looking to the corruption of sheriffes, the enquiry after enclosures, the convicting of papists, & c : and many more particulars worthy the knowledge of the Kingdome1393ocn012298580book16430.90Hotham, JohnA true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt, deserting the Parliament and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle by the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel sent in two lettersHistory1171ocn045212492book20000.92Cholmley, HughThe memoirs and memorials of Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, 1600-1657HistorySources+-+0837767545613ocn606696495file16430.73Hotham, JohnA true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt, deserting the Parliament, and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel. Sent in two letters, the one from Sir Iohn Hotham to M. Speaker, the other, from a worthy Captain to a member of the honourable House of Commons. Die Martis 4 Aprilis 1643. It is ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these two letters concerning Sir Hugh Cholmley's Revolt, and the re-taking of Scarborough Castle, shall be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. ComHistoryMilitary history593ocn642430501com17870.59Cholmley, HughThe memoirs of Sir Hugh Cholmley Knt. and Bart. addressed to his two sons. In which he gives some account of his family, and the distresses they underwent in the Civil Wars ; and how far he himself was engaged in them. Taken from an original manuscript, in his own hand-writing, now in the possession of Nathaniel Cholmley, of Whitby and Howsham, in the County of York, EsquireHistoryBiography365ocn606947132book16430.73Hotham, JohnA true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt deserting the Parliament, and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the care of Sir Iohn Hotham, and the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel. Sent in two letters, the one from Sir Iohn Hotham to M. Speaker, the other, from a worthy Captain to a member of the honourable House of Commons. Die Martis 4 Aprilis 1643. It is tthis [sic] day ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these two letters concerning Sir Hugh Cholmley's Revolt, and the re-taking of Scarborough Castle, shall be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. ComHistory343ocn606701677file16430.53An exact and perfect relation of the proceedings of Sr Hugh Cholmly in Yorkshire, and of the taking of Captaine Canfield by the Parliaments forces, who commanded a Lancashire troop of papists. Also a true relation of a great battle fought at Tadcaster the last week, where Captaine Hotham slew and took three or foure hundred cavaliers. Likewise true information from Leeds, Mackefield, and Skipton. Also the proceedings of Sir John Seaton in Manch[e]ster. Likewise a true relation of a great battle fought neere Darby, between Mr. Hastings of Leicestershire, and Sir John Gell. Whereunto is annexed a copy of instructions sent by His Majesties great counsell, to the Lieutenants, Deputy-Lieutenants, and all other officers of every respective county of England; for the due execution of justice, the looking to the corruption of sheriffes, the enquiry after enclosures, the convicting of papists, &c. And many more particulars worthy the knowledge of the KingdomeHistoryMilitary history332ocn606815698file16430.84Great BritainDie Lunæ, 3° April, 1643 a letter from Sir John Hotham from Hull, of the first of this April instant, expressing Sir Hugh Cholmley's deserting the ParliamentHistory151ocn838568426com16430.63Die Lunæ, 30 April. 1643. A letter from Sir John Hotham from Hull, of the first of this April instant, expressing Sir Hugh Cholmley's deserting the ParliamentHistory151ocn837664982com16430.47Hotham, JohnA true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt, deserting the Parliament, and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel : Sent in two letters, the one from Sir Iohn Hotham to M. Speaker, the other, from a worthy Captain to a member of the honourable House of Commons. Die Martis 4 Aprilis 1643. It is ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these two letters concerning Sir Hugh Cholmley's Revolt, and the re-taking of Scarborough Castle, shall be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. ComHistoryMilitary history151ocn838602163com16430.47Essex, Robert DevereuxMost hapy and wellcome newes from His Excellencie the Earle of Essex : wherein is declared the true and full relation, of two famous victories obtained by the Parliament forces. The first, fought by the Lord of Rochford at Twyford, Ian. 15. where with 700 men, he routed all the Kings army, consisting of about 1500. who came to burne the said towne. The second, fought by Collonell Chomley at Hurst, Ian. 17. neere Reading, where with 300. men he gave battle to 2000. of the Kings forces, which sallied out of Reading, with a resolution to take and pillage Hurst of all their corne and hay. Declaring the manner of their first meeting, and how after 4. or 5. houres fight, they fored [sic] them to retreat, killing 300. of the cavaliers and taking 60. horse. with the losse of twenty three menHistory151ocn838479789com16430.47Hotham, JohnA true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt : deserting the Parliament, and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the care of Sir Iohn Hotham, and the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel. Sent in two letters, the one from Sir Iohn Hotham to M. Speaker, the other, from a worthy Captain to a member of the honourable House of Commons. Die Martis 4 Aprilis 1643. It is tthis [sic] day ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these two letters concerning Sir Hugh Cholmley's Revolt, and the re-taking of Scarborough Castle, shall be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. ComHistory151ocn838982053com16430.47Essex, Robert DevereuxMost hapy and wellcome newes from His Excellencie The Earle of Essex : wherein is declared the true and full relation of two famous victories obtained by the Parliament forcesHistory112ocn320051629book20080.47Binns, JackSir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby 1600-1657 : ancestry, life & legacyHistoryBiography+-+445407154632451ocn035017995book19950.81Leask, PaulValour is the safest helm : the life of Sir Hugh Cholmley and Scarborough during the English Civil WarHistory41ocn033412557book17870.97Cholmley, HughThe memoirs of Sir Hugh Cholmley, Knt. and Bart.HistoryBiography31ocn061384704book16431.00An exact and perfect relation of the proceedings of Sr Hugh Cholmly in Yorkshire, and of the taking of Captaine Canfield by the Parliaments forces, who commanded a Lancashire troop of papists. Also a true relation of a great battle fought at Tadcaster the last week, where Captaine Hotham slew and took three or foure hundred cavaliers. Likewise true information from Leeds, Mackefield, and Skipton. Also the proceedings of Sir John Seaton in Manch[e]ter. Likewise a true relation of a great battle fought neere Darby, between Mr. Hastings of Leicestershire, and Sir John Gell. Whereunto is annexed a copy of instructions sent by His Majesties great counsell, to the Lieutenants, Deputy-Lieutenants, and all other officers of every respective county of England; for the due execution of justice, the looking to the corruption of sheriffes, the enquiry after enclosures, the convicting of papists, &c. And many more particulars worthy the knowledge of the KingdomeHistoryMilitary history11ocn078319577book16450.73An exact relation of the surrender of Scarborough Castle, By Sir Hugh Cholmley, governour of the same; to Coll. Sir Matthew Boynton, Colonell Lassels, and Coll. Needham, commanders in chief of the Parliaments forces in Scarborough. Together with a copy of the articles agreed upon at the said surrender. Also, that Rabs Castle, Sir Henry Vanes houses in the Bishoprick of Durham, with all the armes and ammunition therein, is yielded up to the Parliaments forces. Published by authorityHistoryMilitary history11ocn858362412book16430.47Hotham, JohnA true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt, deserting the Parliament and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the care of Sir John Hotham and the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel : sent in two lettersHistory+-+0837767545+-+0837767545Fri Mar 21 15:22:33 EDT 2014batch32225