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Bibliographic abbreviations and conventions

HLRO House of Lords Record Office (Parliamentary Archives)
TNA The National Archives
A2A TNA, Access to Archives website
Abbott, Cromwell Writings and Speeches W. C. Abbott, Writings and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell (4 vols, 1937-47)
'Active Parliamentarians, 1662' 'Active Parliamentarians during the Civil War', ed. R.M. Kidson, Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Staffs. Rec. Soc., 4th. ser., vol. 2 (1958), 43-70
Acts and Ordinances Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660, ed. C.H. Firth and R.S. Rait, 3 vols. (1911)
Andriette, Devon E. A. Andriette, Devon and Exeter in the Civil War (1971)
Atkin, Worcs. under Arms M. Atkin, Worcestershire under Arms (2004)
Bayley, Civil War in Dorset A. R. Bayley, The Great Civil War in Dorset, 1642-1660 (Taunton, 1910)
BDBR Biographical Dictionary of British Radicals in the Seventeenth Century, ed. R.L. Greaves and R. Zaller, 3 vols. (1982-4)
Beaven, Aldermen A. B. Beaven (comp.), Aldermen of the City of London (2 vols. 1908-13)
Bell, Memorials R. Bell, ed., Memorials of the civil war … forming the concluding volumes of the Fairfax correspondence, 2 vols. (1849)
Bibliotheca Bibliotheca Gloucestrensis: a collection of scarce and curious tracts: relating to the county and city of Gloucester; illustrative of, and published during the civil war, ed. J. Washbourn (1825)
Blacksmiths' Company Apprentices C. Webb, London livery company apprenticeship registers, vol. 41: Blacksmiths' Company (2004)
Blackwood, Lancashire Gentry B.G. Blackwood, The Lancashire Gentry and the Great Rebellion, 1640-1660, Chetham Soc., 3rd. ser. vol. 25 (1978)
Brenner, Merchants R. Brenner, Merchants and revolution: commercial change, political conflict, and London's overseas traders, 1550-1653 (1993)
Brighton, 'Governor' T. Brighton, 'Sir John Gell, governor of Derby, 1642–46', Journal of the Bakewell and District Historical Society, 9 (1982), 1–54
Brighton, 'Civil War' T. Brighton, 'Sir John Gell and the civil war in Derbyshire (Sept 1642 to March 1643)', Journal of the Bakewell and District Historical Society, 8 (1981), 37–63
Bristol Depositions The Deposition Books of Bristol, vol. 2: 1650-1645 ed. H.E. Nott and E. Ralph, Bristol Record Society, vol. 13 (1948)
Bucks. Contributions Buckinghamshire Contributions for Ireland 1642 and Richard Grenville's Military Accounts, ed. John Wilson, Bucks. Rec. Soc., vol. 21 (1983)
Calamy Revised A.G. Matthews, Calamy Revised (1934)
Cardew-Rendle The Cardew-Rendle Roll: A Biographical Directory of Members of the HAC ed. K. Bennett (2013)
CSPD Calendar, State Papers Domestic
CSP Ireland Calendar, State Papers Ireland
CCAM Calendar, Proceedings of the Committee for Advance of Money
CCC Calendar of the Proceedings of the Committee for compounding, 1643-1660, ed. M. A. E. Green, 5 vols. in 6 (1889-1893)
Carr and Atherton, Brereton Staffs. The Civil War in Staffordshire in the spring of 1646: Sir William Brereton's letter book, April-May 1646, ed. I. Carr and I. Atherton,Collections for a history of Staffordshire; 4th ser., vol. 21
Cholmley The Memoirs and Memorials of Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, 1600-1657, ed. J. Binns, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. 153 (2000)
Christie, Shaftesbury W.D. Christie, A Life of Anthony Ashley Cooper, first Earl of Shaftesbury, 1621-1683, 2 vols. (1871)
'Civil War Documents' 'Civil War Documents', Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Staffs. Rec. Soc. (1942 for 1941), 147-53
Civil War in Cheshire Memorials of the Civil War in Cheshire, ed. J. Hall, Lancs. and Ches. Rec. Soc., vol. 19 (1889)
Clarke Papers The Clarke Papers, ed. C.H. Firth, 4 vols. , Camden Society, new ser. 49, 54, 61, 62 (1891-1901)
Clarke, Prelude to Restoration A. Clarke, Prelude to Restoration in Ireland: the end of the Commonwealth, 1659-60 (1999)
Clay J. W. Clay, Abstracts of Yorkshire Wills, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. 9 (1890)
Coate, Cornwall M. Coate, Cornwall in the Great Civil war and Interregnum (1963)
Cheshire tracts Tracts relating to the civil war in Cheshire, 1641-1659, ed. J.A. Atkinson, Chetham Society, new ser. 65 (1909)
Complete Baronetage Complete Baronetage ed. G.E.C[okayne] (6 vols. 1900-1909)
Continuation A continuation of the true narration of the most observable passages in and about Plymouth from 26 Jan. 1643 (1644)
Cotton, Barnstaple R.W. Cotton, Barnstaple during the Great Civil war, 1642-6 (1889)
CSPD Calendar of State Papers Domestic
Dale, 1638 T.C. Dale, The Inhabitants of London in 1638: edited from MS.272 in the Lambeth Palace Library (1931)
Davies, 'Essex' G. Davies, 'The Parliamentary Army under the earl of Essex', English Historical Review, vol. 49 (1934), 32-54.
De Krey, Restoration G. De Krey, London and the Restoration 1659-83 (Cambridge, 2005)
DPR Devon Protestation Returns, ed. T.L. Stoate (1973)
DTA Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association
Dore, 'Attempted Conquest' R.N. Dore, 'Sir Thomas Myddelton's Attempted Conquest of Powys, 1644-5, Montgomeryshire Collections, vol. 57 (1961-2), 91-118.
Dore, Brereton Letter Books The Letter Books of Sir William Brereton, ed. R.N. Dore, 2 vols., Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, vols. 123, 128 (1984, 1990)
DWB Dictionary of Welsh Biography (1940)
Earwaker, East Cheshire J.P. Earwaker, East Cheshire: Past and Present, 2 vols. (1877-1880)
Everitt, Kent A. Everitt, The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion, 1640-1660 (1966)
Eyre A. Eyre, 'A dyurnall, or catalogue of all my accions and expences from the 1st of January. 1646-[7]', by Adam Eyre, ed. H.J. Morehouse in Yorkshire diaries and autobiographies in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, vol. 1, Surtees Society, vol. 65 (1876)
Firth and Davies, Regimental History C.H. Firth and G. Davies, The Regimental History of Cromwell's Army, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1940)
French Church Letter Books A calendar of the letter books of the French Church of London from the Civil War to the Restoration, ed. R.D. Gwynn, Huguenot Society of London, Quarto Series, vol. 54 (1979)
French Church Registers The Registers of the French Church, Threadneedle Street, London, 4 vols. (1896-1916)
Freshfield, Exchange 1 The Vestry Minute Books of the Parish of St Bartholomew Exchange ed. E. Freshfield (1890)
Freshfield, Exchange 2 The Account Books of the Parish of St Bartholomew Exchange ed. E. Freshfield (1895)
Furgol, Covenanting Armies E. M. Furgol, A Regimental History of the Covenanting Armies, 1639-1651 (Edinburgh, 1990)
Gentles, 'Debentures' I.J. Gentles, 'The debentures market and military purchases of Crown land, 1649-1660', London Ph.D, 1969.
Gentles, New Model Army I. Gentles, The New Model Army in England, Ireland and Scotland, 1645-1653 (1994)
Godwin, Hants. G.N. Godwin, The Civil War in Hampshire (1642-45) and the story of Basing House (Southampton, 1904)
Graham, 'Essex' A. Graham, 'Finance, localism and military representation in the army of the Earl of Essex (June – December 1642)', Historical Journal, vol. 52 (2009), 879-898
Gratton, Lancs. war effort J.M. Gratton, The Parliamentarian and Royalist War Effort in Lancashire 1642-1651, Chetham Soc., 3rd ser., vol 48 (2010)
Grove, Northenden J. Groves, The Impact of Civil War on a Community: Northenden and Etchells in Cheshire 1642-1660 (Sale, 2002)
Gurney, 'Wither' J. Gurney, 'George Wither and Surrey politics, 1642-1649', Southern History, vol. 19 (1997), 74-98.
HMC Historical Manuscripts Commission
Holmes, Eastern Association C. Holmes, The Eastern Association in the English Civil War (1974)
Homeshaw, Walsall E.J. Homeshaw, The Corporation of the Borough and Foreign of Walsall (Walsall, 1960)
HoP: The Commons, 1558-1603 History of Parliament: The Commons, 1558-1603, ed. P. W. Hasler (1981)
HoP: The Commons, 1604-1629 History of Parliament: The Commons, 1604-1629, ed. A. Thrush and J.P. Ferris (2010)
HoP: The Commons, 1640-1660 History of Parliament: The Commons, 1640-1660, ed. S. K. Roberts (forthcoming)
HoP: The Commons, 1660-1690 History of Parliament: The Commons, 1660-1690, ed. B.D. Henning (1983)
HoP: The Commons, 1690-1715 History of Parliament: The Commons, 1690-1715, (2002) ed. E. Cruickshanks, S. Handley and D. Hayton
Hopper, 'Yorkshire Parliamentarians'. A.J. Hopper, 'A Directory of Parliamentarian Allegiance in Yorkshire during the Civil Wars', Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, vol. 73 (2001), 85-122
Hopper, 'Fox' A. Hopper, '"Tinker" Fox and the politics of garrison warfare in the west midlands, 1643–50', Midland History, 24 (1999), 98–113
Hughes, Warwicks. A. Hughes, Politics, Society and Civil war in Warwickshire, 1620-1660 (1987)
Hutchinson, Life L. Hutchinson, Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson (1806)
JHC Journals of the House of Commons
JHL Journals of the House of Lords
Jones, 'War in the North' J. Jones, 'The War in the North: The Northern Parliamentarian Army in the English Civil War, 1642-1645' (York University, Toronto, Ph.D. diss., 1991)
Juxon, Journal The Journal of Thomas Juxon, 1644-1647 ed. D. Scott, K. Lindley (Camden Soc. 5th ser. 13, 1999)
Keeler, Long Parliament M.F. Keeler, The Long Parliament, 1640-1641: A Biographical Study of its Members, American Philosophical Society Memoirs, 35 (Philadelphia, 1954)
Lancs. Military Proceedings Tracts relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War, ed. G. Ormerod, Chetham Soc. vol. 2 (1844)
Laurence, Army Chaplains Anne Laurence, Parliamentary Army Chaplains, 1642-1651 (1990)
Lindley, Popular politics K. Lindley, Popular Politics and Religion in Civil War London (1997)
Luke Letter Books The Letter Books of Sir Samuel Luke, 1644-45, ed. H.G. Tibbutt, Beds. Hist. Soc. (1963), vol. 42.
McGrath, Bristol P. McGrath, Bristol and the Civil War, Bristol Branch of the Local History Pamphlets, no 50 (1981)
Marshall, Essex funeral W. Marshall, The true mannor and forme of the proceeding to the funerall of the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Essex and Ewe, Viscount Hereford, Lord Ferrers of Chartley, Bourghchier and Lovaine. Late Lord Generall of the forces raised and employed by the Parliament of England, who dyed at Essex House on Munday the 14 day of Septemb. 1646. From whence he was honourably conveyed in funerall pomp to Westminster Abby Church on Thursday the 22 of October following. Published by authority (1646)
Mayo, Dorchester C.H. Mayo, ed., Municipal Records of the Borough of Dorchester, Dorset (1908)
Mayo, Dorset Standing Committee C.H. Mayo, ed., The Minutes of the Dorset Standing Committee, 23 Sept. 1646 to 8 May 1650 (Exeter, 1902)
Merchants and Merchandise Merchants and Merchandise in Seventeenth-century Bristol, ed. P. McGrath, Bristol Record Society, vol. 19 (1955)
Milton Prose Works Complete Prose Works of John Milton, gen. ed. D.M. Wolfe, 8 vols. in 10 (1953-1982)
Morrill, Cheshire J.S. Morrill, Cheshire, 1630-1660: County Government and Society during the English Revolution (Oxford, 1974)
Morris, Chester R.H. Morris, The Siege of Chester (1924)
Nagel, 'London militia' L.C. Nagel, 'The militia of London, 1641-1649', London Ph.D. thesis (1982)
Nash, Worcs. T. Nash, Collections for the History of Worcestershire, 2 vols. (1781-2)
Newman, Royalist officers P.R. Newman, Royalist Officers in England and Wales, 1642-1660: a Biographical Dictionary (1981)
Ormerod G. Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, 3 vols. (2nd. edn., 1882)
Overton 1642 An Exact list of the names of every commander of the severall regiments of this honourable city of London as they were chosen by the committee apoynted for the militia of the said citie, Imprinted at London: For Henry Overton, 1642
Oxford DNB Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004 -) (
Peachey and Turton, Fall of the West S. Peachey and A. Turton, The War in the West: The Fall of the West, 8 vols. (1994)
Peacock, Army Lists E. Peacock, ed., The Army Lists of the Roundheads and Cavaliers, 2nd edn, (1874)
Pearl, Outbreak V. Pearl, London and the Outbreak of the Puritan revolution: City government and National Politics, 1625-43 (Oxford, 1961)
Pennington and Roots, Committee at Stafford The Committee at Stafford: the Order Book of the Staffordshire County Committee, ed. D.H. Pennington and I.A. Roots, Staffs. Rec. Soc., 4th. ser., vol. 1 (1957)
Phillips, Wales J.R. Phillips, Memoirs of the Civil War in Wales and the Marches, 2 vols. (1874)
Poole, Coventry B. Poole, Coventry, its History and Antiquities (1870)
Relation A relation of the great victories and successes of the garrison of Plymouth, since…May 10 (1644)
Roberts, Devon S.K. Roberts, Recovery and Restoration in an English County: Devon Local Administration, 1646-1670 (Exeter, 1985)
RO Record Office
Rushworth, Historical Collections Historical Collections ed. John Rushworth (8 vols. 1721-2)
Seddon, 'Col. Hutchinson' P. R. Seddon, 'Colonel Hutchinson and the disputes between Nottinghamshire parliamentarians, 1643–45', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 98 (1994)
Seyer, Bristol S. Seyer, Memoirs Historical and Topographical of Bristol and its Neighbourhood, 2 vols. (1825), vol. 2
Shaw, Staffs. S. Shaw, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, 2 vols. (1798-1801)
Slack, 'Gell and Sanders' R. Slack, 'Colonel Gell and Major Sanders: Internal feuding among the Parliamentary forces in Derbyshire during the Civil Wars of 1642-1646', Derbyshire Miscellany, vol. 16, Part 2 (Autumn 2001), 34-48
Slack, Man at War R. Slack, Man at War: John Gell and his troubled time (Chesterfield, 1997)
Spalding, Contemporaries R. Spalding, Contemporaries of Bulstrode Whitelocke 1605-1675, Records of Social and Economic History, new ser., vol. 14 (1990)
Spring, Eastern Association L. Spring. The regiments of the Eastern Association, 2 vols. (1998)
Spring, Waller's army L. Spring, Waller's Army: The Regiments of Sir William Waller's Southern Association (2007)
'Staffs. Gentry' 'The Gentry of Staffordshire, 1662-1663', ed. R.M. Kidson, Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Staffs. Rec. Soc., 4th. ser., vol. 2 (1958), 1-41
State Trials A complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the year 1783, eds. T.B. and T.J. Howell, 34 vols. (1816-1828)
Stoyle, Deliverance M. Stoyle, From Deliverance to Destruction: Rebellion and Civil War in an English City (1996)
Stoyle, Localism M. Stoyle, Localism and Loyalty: Popular Allegiance in Devon during the English Civil War (1994)
Stoyle, Soldiers and Strangers M. Stoyle, Soldiers and Strangers: an Ethnic History of the English Civil War (2005)
Strype, London J. Strype, Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, 2 vols. (1720)
Sutton, 'Cromwell's Commissioners' J. Sutton, 'Cromwell's commissioners for preserving the peace of the commonwealth: a Staffordshire case study', in I. Gentles, J. S. Morrill, B. Worden eds., Soldiers, Writers and Statesmen of the English Revolution (Cambridge, 1998), 151-82
TDA Transactions of the Devonshire Association
Temple, 'Massey Brigade' R. K. G. Temple, 'The Massey Brigade in the West', Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, vol. 31, part 322 (Sept. 1985), 437-45
Temple, 'New Model Army' R. K. G. Temple, 'The original officer list of the New Model Army', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, vol. 59 (1986), 50-77
Thomas-Stanford, Sussex C. Thomas-Stanford, Sussex in the Great Civil War and the Interregnum, 1642-1660 (London, 1910)
Thrale 1642 The names, dignities and places of all the collonells, lieutenant-collonels, serjant majors, captaines, quarter-masters, lieutenants and ensignes of the city of London vvith the captaines names according to their seniority and places. The Major Generall is the right worshipll. Philip Skippon Esquire, Serjant Major Generall of all the forces of London: one of the committee for the militia and captain of that ancient and worthy society exercising armes in the artillery garden of the same city, London: Printed for Richard Thrale, 1642.
Thurloe state papers State Papers of John Thurloe ed. 7 Birch 7 vols. (1742)
Tucker, Denbighshire Officers N. Tucker, Denbighshire Officers in the Civil War (n.d.)
Tucker, Civil War N. Tucker, North Wales in the Civil War (1958)
Turbutt, Derbyshire G. Turbutt, History of Derbyshire (Cardiff, 1999)
Underdown, Fire from Heaven D. Underdown, Fire from Heaven: the Life of an English Town in the Seventeenth Century (1992)
Underdown, Pride's Purge D. Underdown, Pride's Purge: Politics in the Puritan Revolution (Oxford, 1971)
Underdown, Somerset D. Underdown, Somerset in the Civil War and Interregnum (Newton Abbot, 1973)
Vis. Beds. The Visitations of Bedfordshire, ed. F.A. Blaydes, Harleian Soc., vol. 19 (1884)
Vis. Bucks., 1634 The Visitation of the County of Buckingham made in 1634, ed. W.H. Rylands, Harleian Soc., vol. 58 (1909)
Vis. Cheshire, 1663 Cheshire Visitation Pedigrees, 1663, ed. A. Adams, Harleian Society, vol. 93 (1941)
Vis. Cornwall J. L. Vivian, The Visitations of Cornwall : comprising the Heralds' Visitations of 1530, 1573 and 1620 (Exeter, 1887)
Vis. Devon J.L. Vivian, The Visitations of the County of Devon: the Heralds' Visitations of 1531, 1564 and 1620 (Exeter, 1895)
Vis. Dorset, 1623 The Visitation of the County of Dorset…1623, ed. J.P. Rylands, Harleian Society, vol. 20 (1885)
Vis. Dorset, 1677 The Visitation of Dorset, 1677, ed. G.D. Squibb, Harleian Society, vol. 117 (1977)
Vis. Glos. 1623 The Visitation of the County of Gloucester: taken in the year 1623, ed. J. Maclean and W.C. Heane, Harleian. Soc., vol. 35 (1885)
Vis. Glos. 1682-3 The Visitation of the County of Gloucester, ed. T. Fitz-Roy Fenwick and Walter C. Metcalfe
Vis. Kent, 1619 The Visitation of Kent, taken in the years 1619-1621, ed. R. Hovenden, Harleian Soc., vol. 42 (1898)
Vis. Kent, 1663-1668 A Visitation of Kent, begun Anno Dni. MDCLXIII finished Anno Dni. MDCLXVIII, ed. G.J. Armytage, Harleian Soc., vol. 54 (1906)
Vis. Lancs., 1664 The Visitation of the County Palatine of Lancaster: made in the year 1664-5 , ed. F. R. Raines, Chetham Soc. Vols. 84-5, 88 (1872-3)
Vis. London, 1633-1635 The Visitation of London: anno Domini 1633, 1634, and 1635. Made by Sr. Henry St. George, kt., Richmond herald, and deputy and marshal to Sr. Richard St. George, kt., Clarencieux king of armes, ed. J.J. Jackson and J.L. Chester, Harleian Soc, 15, 17 (1880-1883)
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Vis. Somerset, 1623 The Visitation of the County of Somerset in the year 1623, ed. F.T. Colby, Harleian Soc., vol. 11 (1876)
Vis. Somerset, 1672 The Visitation of Somerset and City of Bristol, 1672, ed. G.D. Squibb, Harleian Soc., vol. 11 (1992)
Vis. Surrey, 1662 A visitation of the county of Surrey: begun anno dni. 1662, finished anno dni. 1668, ed. G.J. Armytage, Harleian Soc., vol. 60 (1910)
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Warmington, Glos. A. Warmington, Civil war, Interregnum and Restoration in Gloucestershire, 1640-1672 (1997)
Warr in Lancashire A Discourse of the Warr in Lancashire, ed. W. Beamont, Chetham Soc., vol. 62 (1864)
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Worth, 'Plymouth siege accounts' R.N. Worth, 'The Siege Accounts of Plymouth', TDA, vol. 17 (1885), 215-239