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eBook Richard Symonds's Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army (Camden Classic Reprints) ePub

by C. E. Long,Ian Roy,Richard Symonds

  • ISBN: 0521623081
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: C. E. Long,Ian Roy,Richard Symonds
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 28, 1998)
  • Pages: 342
  • ePub book: 1157 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1632 kb
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The diarist, Richard Symonds, was a royal Lifeguardsman for the crucial two years of 1644-5, which included the .

The diarist, Richard Symonds, was a royal Lifeguardsman for the crucial two years of 1644-5, which included the battle of Naseby and the Royalist defeat. The diarist, Richard Symonds, was a royal Lifeguardsman for the crucial two years of 1644-5, which included the battle of Naseby and the Royalist defeat.

Richard Symonds, Ian Roy, . The value of his diaries to our understanding of the Civil War is considerable.

The diarist, Richard Symonds, was a royal Lifeguardsman for the crucial two years of. . This 1998 reissue enhances Symond's diary by placing it in a rich historical context for the first time, and adds a great deal of material supplied by recent historical scholarship.

Richard Symonds (1617–1660) was an English royalist and antiquary, now remembered for an eye-witness diary he wrote of events of the First English Civil War. He was the eldest son of Edward (or Edmund) Symonds of Black Notley, Essex, where he was born in 1617. His mother, who brought the Notley property into the family, was Anne, daughter of Joshua Draper of Braintree. Like his father and grandfather, as well as several of his uncles and cousins, Symonds became a cursitor of the chancery court.

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The diarist, Richard Symonds, served in the King's Lifeguard. The diary covers the crucial two years of 1644-5, including the Lostwithiel campaign and the battle of Naseby. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

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This diary of the English Civil War is the only first-hand account by a participant on the King's side who was not an officer. The diarist, Richard Symonds, was a royal Lifeguardsman for the crucial two years of 1644-5, which included the battle of Naseby and the Royalist defeat. This reissue with a new, informative introduction takes full account of the transformation of our knowledge of the diarist and the Civil War and will be invaluable to scholars and students of the English Civil War, as well as to local historians, war-gamers and Civil War reenactors.