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Aldhelm and Sherborne : essays to celebrate the founding of the bishopric by Barker, Katherine [Editor]
DDC/LCC
  841 8 2010 2010
Sir Thomas Fairfax's letter to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq. speaker of the House of Commons : of all the particulars concerning the taking of Bridgewater : together with a list of the persons of quality and prisoners taken in the fight and town by Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671
LCC
  649 32 1645 1645
The examination of George Leddoze of Dorchester merchant taken before Master Henry Maber mayor and Mr. Richard Burce, his Majesties Iustices of the peace, the 27 of August, 1642 : wherein is discovered the inveterate malice of the Lords and Cavaleers at Sherborne against the Parliament and all good men : falsly scandalizing them under the nickname of cropeard round heads : whereunto is added a letter from Coker near Cherborne in Sommersetshire, of the war-like preparations there intended by Leddoze, George
LCC
  456 23 1642 1642
The Nevvest and trvest and most vnpartiall relation of all the late occurrence which hath happened at Sherbourne-Castle and thereabouts : being the extract of divers severall letters by A. W., active 1642-1643 [Other]
LCC
  448 21 1642 1642
Happy nevves from Sherborn and Sherborne Castle : relating the death of Colonel Lunsford, the Lord Paulet and divers other persons of quality the taking of divers prisoners and great store of armes from the cavaliers by J. W
LCC
  444 21 1642 1642
A letter written from the right honorable the Earle of Bedford to a lord of the House of Peers, of all the remarkable passages about Sherborn Castle : being a full relation of the great overthrow given to the cavalleers within a mile of Eivill : with the resolution of the Earle of Bedford to die in the cause by Bedford, William Russell, Duke of, 1613-1700
LCC
  438 19 1642 1642
A True relation of the taking of Sherburne Castle and the trechery of the town malignants : as it came in a letter written by a Captain who was at the taking of it : dated from Sherburn and received here the 24 of April, 1643 by L. L., [Other]
LCC
  306 21 1643 1643
A most exact and true relation of the proceedings of His Majesties armie at Shelborne by Lover of truth
LCC
  304 18 1642 1642
An Abstract of some letters sent from Dorchester to some friends in London, dated the 3. of Septem. 1642 : containing a true relation of the late proceedings of Marquesse Hartford and the Cavaliers at Sherbon Castle, with the opposition of that and other adjacent counties to those proceedings
LCC
  299 15 1642 1642
A True description of a treacherous plot intended against this kingdome by the Lord Digby and his assistants at Sherborne in the county of Dorset : with the exact number of armes, muskets, pikes and barrels of gunpowder, to the number of two hundred by him hid and contrived in an old cellar belonging to the Lord George his father : with the manner how and by what accident it came to bee descried : as also how the steward of his house being examined and found faultring in his speech was committed to prison where hee yet remaineth
LCC
  286 12 1642 1642
A divrnall of true proceedings of ovr armies at Sherbourne : since their first coming there, and their happy issues related : shewing the goodnesse of God in preserving the courage of those that stand for King and Parliament against the cavalliers and their adherents by Sampson, Lat.
LCC
  241 7 1642 1642
The copy of a letter sent from Shirbourne relating the skirmish betweene the Earle of Bedford and the cavalliers there
LCC
  208 11 1642 1642
Charters of Sherborne by O'Donovan, M. A. [Editor; Other]
DDC/LCC
  198 13 1988 2007
A true relation of the taking of Sherborn castle : With six hundred prisoners, one thousand arms, and great store of other provisions. Sent in two letters, the one, to the Right Honourable, William Lenthall Speaker of the House of Commons. And the other, to Edmund Prideaux and Dennis Bond, Esqs; members of the said House. Commanded to be forthwith printed by the Honorable, William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons by Lenthall, William, 1591-1662 [Other]
LCC
  197 15 1645 1645
Two letters: : the one, sent to the Right Honorable, the Lord Fairfax, from Sir Tho: Fairfax his son, commander in chief of the Parliaments forces; concerning his besieging Sherborn. The other sent to Sir Tho: Fairfax, from Lieutenant Generall Cromwell; concerning the late fight at Shaftesbury, with the Club-men of Dorset, Wilts, and Somerset. Together with a list of the names of the country gentlemen, or ring-leaders of the Club-men, brought prisoners to Sherborn, Aug. 3. 1645. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com by Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671
LCC
  195 16 1645 1645
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society : XXI. Sixth series by Royal Historical Society (Great Britain)
DDC/LCC
  183 75 1910 2013
The Western gazette
DDC
  157 30 1863 2018
Propositions propounded by the Marquesse of Hartford, to the Earle of Bedford, concerning the delivering up of Sherbourne-Castle : Also declaring how the Earle of Bedford, after his arrivall at Yeavel, within three miles of Sherbourne, surprised Squire Rogers, as he was going to relieve the Marquesse of Hartford, with 7. other cavaliers, which are known to be notorious papists, who had under their command neere three hundred men well horsed. Likewise how the Lord Marquesse of Hartford sallied out of the castle, and made up to their rescue, but was repulst by the troops of the E. of Bedford. Also a true information how the Earle of Bedford tooke eight hundred pounds, which Squire Rogers did intend for the relief of the said Marquesse
LCC
  150 1 1642 1642
A short history of Sherborne, : from 705 A.D. by Wildman, W. B. (William Beauchamp), 1852-1922
DDC/LCC
  130 24 1896 2012
St Wulfsige and Sherborne : essays to celebrate the millennium of the Benedictine Abbey, 998-1998 by Goscelin (1035?-1107?)
DDC/LCC
  90 7 2005 2005
Dr. Blaxall's report on enteric fever in the town of Sherborne, Dorsetshire by Blaxall, F. H.
NLM
  68 4 1873 1873
The joy of it by Powys, Littleton, 1874-1955
DDC/LCC
  65 11 1937 2010
Sherborne Abbey by Gibb, J. H. P., 1919-
DDC/LCC
  41 11 1910 2000
Yeovil & Sherbourne : Somerton & Wincanton by Ordnance Survey
DDC
  40 5 2004 2015
Local view
DDC
  31 27 ???? ????
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