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Ludlow, p. 58 (22  June  1817) Ludlow, EdmundMemoirs of Edmund Ludlow, Esq: Lieutenant General of the Horse … and a Member of the Parliament which began on November 3, 1640. In two volumes. 1698-9
Third volume issued in 1699.
Ludlow, Edmund (ascribed to)Maseres, Francis (editor)Three tracts published at Amsterdam, in the years 1691 and 1692, under the name of Letters of General Ludlow to Sir Edward Seymour, and other persons, comparing the oppressive government of King Charles I, in the first four years of his reign, with that of the four years of the reign of King James II, and vindicating the conduct of the Parliament that began in November, 1640. 1812
WG's sale catalog lists:
Ludlow's (E.) Memoirs, 3 vol. Vivay in Switzerland, 1698 9 (item 503).
Ludlow's (General) three Letters to Sir Edw. Seymour, edited by Baron Maseres 1812 (item 788).

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