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Order to furnish a horse and equipment for the militia, 1650 August 28

Item Information

Title:
Order to furnish a horse and equipment for the militia, 1650 August 28
Description:
Six members of Britain’s Commonwealth Commissioners (judges) order William Longland, the mayor of Winchester at the time of the city's surrender to Oliver Cromwell, to furnish a horse and equipment for the militia.
Contributor:
Hildesby, John
Contributor:
Love, Nicholas, 1608-1682.
Contributor:
Mayor, Richard
Contributor:
Reynolds, Robert
Contributor:
Wallop, Robert, 1601-1667.
Contributor:
W. W. (William Wither)
Date:
August 28, 1650
Format:
Documents
Location:
Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library
Collection (local):
G. Edward Elwell, Jr., Autograph Collection
Subjects:
Great Britain--History--Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660
Great Britain--Politics and government--1649-1660
Longland, William
Winchester (England)--History
Places:
EnglandHampshire (county)Winchester
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Notes:
Collection of Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, Lexington, Massachusetts.
USM 009
Language:
English
Identifier:
A74/002/006