William Godwin's Diary

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Lothian (27  July  1826) Probably:
Lothian, James (signatory)Wilbraham, Roger (signatory)Three letters concerning the surrender of many Scotish lords to the High Sheriffe of the County of Chester and the condition of Duke Hamilton, Sir Marmaduke Langdale, Middleton and others of note, with a list of the names of the lords, knights, colonels and other officers of Duke Hamilton's army which was taken prisoners by the Parliament forces… 1648
Lothian, James (signatory)Glendonyng, William (signatory)The desires of the commissioners of the kingdom of Scotland that both Houses of Parliament may sit in freedome for settling of religion according to the covenant, that Charls the second … may be admitted to the government of these kingdomes, together with their protestation against all proceedings to the contrary. 1649
WG reads in the British Museum on 1826-07-27.

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