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The life of General Monk: Duke of Albemarle, Containing, I. A faithful Account of his unparallel’d Conduct, surprizing Actions, and Providential Success in accomplishing the Restoration of Monarchy. II. A particular Relation of that most memorable March from Coldstream to London; the Preparations for it in Scotland, and the Happy Consequences of it in England. III. Many Mistakes committed by our Historians, (particularly the Earl of Clarendon) concerning the General’s Administration, rectified. Publish’d from an original manuscript of Thomas Skinner. M.D. With a preface in vindication of General Monk’s conduct; and giving some account of the manuscript. By William Webster, M. A. Curate of St. Dunstans, in the West.
London: Printed for J. Graves in St. James’s-Street: J. Isted and J. Hooke, in Fleet-Street, 1724.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Gilbert Colden Willett||12/23/1789||12/28/1789||Monks life|
|Charles Wilkes||9/17/1790||9/21/1790||Monk's Life|
|Lieut. Col. George Turnbull||6/24/1791||6/25/1791||Monk's Life|
|Henry Ten Brook||6/27/1791||7/2/1791||Monk's Life|
|Garret Kettletas||8/5/1791||8/19/1791||Monks Life|
|Thomas Skinner||Volume 1||5/27/1800||5/27/1800||Skinner|