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" Bodmyn, when we had a view of two troops of their horse ; to whom we sent some of ours, which chased them out of the field, while our foot marched after the horse ; but night coming on, we could march no further than Boconnock Park, where (upon my Lord... "
The History of the Borough of Liskeard and Its Vicinity - Page 78
by John Allen - 1856 - 564 pages
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Some memorials of John Hampden, his party and his times, Volume 2

George Nugent- Grenville (baron Nugent.) - 1832
...night coming on, we could march no farther ' then Boconnock Parke, where, (upon my ' Lo: Mohun's kinde motion,) we quartered ' all our army that night by...the hedges. The next morning, (being this ' day) we marchd forth, and, about noone, ' came in full view of the enemie's whole army ' uppon a faire heath...
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The Cornwall Register: Containing Collections Relative to the Past and ...

John Wallis - Clergy - 1847 - 476 pages
...abroad, or if we missed him, in the field we were resolved to unhouse them in Liskerd, or leave our bodies in the high way. We were not above three miles...marched forth, and about noon came in full view of the enemy's whole army, upon a fair heath, between Bocon: and Braddock Church. They were in horse much...
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The Cornwall register, containing collections relative to the past and ...

John Wallis - 1847
...horse, but night coming on, we could march no further than Boeonnock Park, where, (upon my Lord Mo/tun's kind motion,) we quartered all our army that night,...under the hedges. The next morning, (being this day,) tec marched forth, and about noon came in full view of the enemy's whole army, upon a fair heath, between...
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Monthly Packet, Volume 4

1867
...Liskerd, or leave our bodies in the high way. We were not above three miles from Bodmyn, when we had a view of two troops of their horse ; to whom we sent...marched forth, and about noon came in full view of the enemy's army upon a fair heath between Boconnock and Braddock Church. They were in horse much stronger...
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The Monthly packet of evening readings, Volume 4

1867
...their horse ; to whom we sent some of ours, which chased them out of the field, while our foot tnarched after the horse ; but night coming on, we could march...marched forth, and about noon came in full view of the enemy's army upon a fair heath between Bocounock and Braddock Church. They were in horse much stronger...
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A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall: Compiled ..., Volume 4

Joseph Polsue - Cornwall (England : County) - 1872
...Liskerd, or leave our bodies in the highway. We were not above three miles from Bodmyn, when we had a view of two troops of their horse ; to whom we sent...marched forth, and about noon came in full view of the encmys army, upon a fair heath between Boconnock and Braddock church. They were in horse much stronger...
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