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Durham, in common with mostPg 189 of the cathedrals, suffered severely at the hands of the Parliamentarians under Cromwell.
To all of these the arming of Ulster, which made the Parliamentarians so indignant, was a light in the darkness.
THE EVOLUTION OF SINN FEINROBERT MITCHELL HENRY
Then Scarlett was hidden from his sight, and yielding slowly step by step, the Parliamentarians kept up a defiant retreat.
CROWN AND SCEPTREGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
The evidence suggests that there was no violent division between royalists and Parliamentarians in Virginia.
But the Parliamentarians had nothing to gain by the terms suggested, and the former failure had made them more cautious.
The next encounter went in favour of the royalists, and, as all the Parliamentarians admit, it was a great disaster.
The two remaining engagements of the year went in favour of the Parliamentarians.
But the Parliamentarians recovered most of them and sent them by sea to Lancaster to strengthen the fortifications there.
The next trial of strength, the capture of Preston by the Parliamentarians, was an important event.
The Parliamentarians must have suffered considerably in this skirmish, and they lost still more in prestige.

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