William Godwin's Diary

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Prestwich (13  March  1828) Prestwich, JohnPrestwich's Respublica, or, A display of the honors, ceremonies and ensigns of the Common-wealth under the protectorship of Oliver Cromwell. Together with the names, armorial bearings, flags and pennons of the different commanders of the English, Scotch, Irish[,] Americans and French. An alphabetical roll of the names and armorial bearings of upwards of three hundred families of the present nobility and gentry of England, Scotland, Ireland, etc., etc. 1787
(This edition also contains The death, funeral order, and procession of His Highness … Oliver Cromwell …, copied from the MS. of the Rev. J. Prestwich.) WG reads Prestwich in the British Museum on this date. The British Library currently holds this work.

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