The siege of Carlisle was one of the longest in English history, lasting intermittently from the autumn of 1644 to the summer of 1645. The border town was held by the Royalists but besieged by a Scottish Parliamentary army under Lord Leven. This brief account, written by a Carlisle historian, gives a vivid account of a neglected episode of the English Civil War.
Isaac Tullie, Samuel Jefferson
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SB xxiv+48pp 2016 N&MP Reprint of 1840 Original Edition, Taken from a manuscript held at the BM
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