Lancashire, and of his wife Mary, daughter of Robert Holte, of Ashworth Hall, Esq. And served his country in a military capacity, probably before the civil war. In Harrop's Memoirs may be read, viz., a copy of the "Earl of Der's speech. 41 John Eglington Bailey (1840 1888) was an English antiquary. Contents. 1 Life; 2 Works Life of a Lancashire Rector during the Civil War, 1877. The Grammar a regular output of valuable (and often essential) works of scholarship that make important contributions to the study of the history of Lancashire and Cheshire. Discourse of the Warr in Lancashire. Edited WILLIAM BEAMONT, Esq. Pp. Xxxiv, 164. Two Plates. Twenty-second year (i 864-5). /. LXIII. A Volume of Court Collection of notes, letters, press cuttings and illustrations connected with Ernest Broxap's book The Great Civil War in Lancashire (1642-51), first published in It is the writer's contention that Beamont's identification of the author of the Discourse is flawed. In view of the additional information now available the weight of evidence leads to the conclusion that Thomas Robinson of West, not Major Edward Robinson, wrote A discourse of the warr in Lancashire. The Cotton Famine was the period during the American Civil War when the blockade of southern ports mean no cotton was being exported the mills of Lancashire. In the same speech he says that he was then nominated for election as a Tracts Relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire During the Great Civil War. Manchester Great Britain: Chetham Society, 1968. This is a 1968 reprint of an War, Chetham Society Historical and Literary Remains connected with the Palatine Beamont, W. Ed., Discourse of the Warr in Lancashire, Chetham Society during the Great Civil War commencing with the removal Parliament of Beamont, William, ed., A discourse of the warr in Lancashire; including List of. The Stanley Papers, Civil War Tracts of Lancashire and Cheshire, Tudors and Stuarts, Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories, etc.