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" York, on the 1'rth of April. The parliamentary army not being sufficiently numerous to invest the city, the Northern side remained open ; and the Earl of Newcastle having between four and five thousand cavalry in the place, could by means of a bridge... "
History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select Lists of ... - Page 31
by Edward Baines - 1823
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The beauties of England and Wales: or, Delineations ..., Volume 23

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley, James Norris Brewer, Joseph Nightingale, Frederic Shoberl, John Hodgson, John Bigland, Francis Charles Laird, John Evans, Thomas Rees - Architecture - 1812
...iid« remained open ; and the Marquis of Newcastle, having between • Drake's Kbor. f. 1«S tween four and five thousand cavalry In the place, -could,...divided from the rest.* The Earl of Manchester, however, arriving with his troops and twelve field-pieces, took a position near Bootham Bar towards Clifton,...
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Yorkshire; or, Original delineations ... of that county

John Bigland - 1815
...northern •ide remained open ; and the Marquis of Newcastle, having between * Drake's Ebor. p. IS?. tween four and five thousand cavalry in the place, could, by means of a bridge over the Ousc, transport them to either side of the river, and attack any corps that he might see divided from...
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The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 1

Henry Schroder - Yorkshire (England) - 1851
...the parliamentarians, with their united Sie«e of forces, commenced the blockade of York ; but their army not being sufficiently numerous to invest the city, the northern side remained open ; and the Marquis of Newcastle, having between four and five thousand cavalry in the place, could by means of...
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The battles and battle fields of Yorkshire ... to the end of the great Civil war

William Grainge - 1854
...towards Clifton, and thus the city was invested on three sides, the northern being left open. The marquis of Newcastle, having between four and five thousand...any corps that he might see divided from the rest; this was the cause of much annoyance to the besiegers, but was in a great measure checked after the...
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