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Hammond's Letters, pp. 113 (28  July  1815) Hammond, RobertLetters between Col. Robert Hammond, governor of the Isle of Wight, and the Committee of Lords and Commons at Derby House; General Fairfax, Lieut. General Cromwell, Commissary General Ireton, &c., relating to King Charles I., while he was confined in Carisbrooke-Castle in that Island. Now first published [by T. Birch]. To which is prefixed a Letter from John Ashburnham Esq.; to a Friend, concerning his deportment towards the King, in his attendance on his Majesty at Hampton-Court, and in the Isle of Wight. 1764
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Hammond's (Col.) Letters relating to King Charles I, edited by Tho. Birch 1764 (item 270).

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