Facsim. of ed. published: Carlisle : S. Jefferson, 1840.
|Statement||by Isaac Tullie; to which are added, a preface; an historical account of Carlisle during the Civil War; and biographical, historical, and explanatory notes ; by Samuel Jefferson.|
|LC Classifications||DA415 T85 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
Title: A Narrative of the Siege of Carlisle in Now first printed from a MS. in the British Museum. To which are added, a preface, an historical account of Carlisle during the Civil War, and notes by S. Jefferson. Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom Author: Isaac Tullie, Samuel Jefferson. NARRATIVE OF THE SIEGE OF CARLISLE AND quantity. Add to basket. Description. The siege of Carlisle was one of the longest in English history, lasting intermittently from the autumn of to the summer of The border town was held by the Royalists but besieged by a Scottish Parliamentary army under Lord Leven. This brief account. A Narrative of the Siege of Carlisle in and now Printed from a Manuscript in the British Museum, to which are added, Preface; An Historical Account of Carlisle during the Civil War; and Biographical, Historical, and Explanatory Notes by Samuel Jefferson. Isaac Tullie. The Siege of Carlisle occurred during the First English Civil War when the allied forces of the Scottish Covenanters and the English Parliamentarians besieged Carlisle Castle which was held at the time by the English Royalist forces loyal to King Charles siege took place in Carlisle, Cumbria from October to 25 June
Siege of Carlisle: Isaac Tullie £ A facsimile of the edition. A narrative of the siege of Carlisle in and , to which are added a preface, an historical account of Carlisle during the Civil War, and biographical, historical and explanatory notes by the original publisher. IA Tullie, Narrative of the Siege of Carlisle in and (Carlisle, , reprinted Whitehaven, ); GG Mounsey, Carlisle in Authentic Account of the Occupation of Carlisle in by Prince Charles Edward Stuart (London and Carlisle, ; accessed 31 October ). This gave Parliamentary forces a free hand and in October Carlisle was besieged. The castle and city withstood significant hardships but refused to surrender. However, the catastrophic Royalist defeat at the Battle of Naseby () ended all realistic prospect of relief and on 25 June Carlisle . Roman Carlisle. In AD 72 a large Roman fort, built of turf and timber, was established on the site of the later castle. It later provided support for garrisons on Hadrian’s Wall and acted as a staging post for troops invading Scotland. The fort became the nucleus of a prosperous town named Luguvalium, which by the mid-2nd century was one of the most important military bases in Roman Britain.
The Siege of Carlisle may refer to. United Kingdom. Siege of Carlisle (), Andrew Harclay, 1st Earl of Carlisle, drove off Robert I of Scotland from a siege of Carlisle Siege of Carlisle (), Covenanters besiege but fail to take Carlisle, being held by Royalist James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose Siege of Carlisle (), Covenanters under Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven. Buy A Narrative of the Siege of Carlisle, in and Now First Printed from a Ms in the British Museum by Tullie, Isaac (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Isaac Tullie. Buy A Narrative of the Siege of Carlisle, in and by Isaac Tullie from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Fishpond Australia, A Narrative of the Siege of Carlisle and by Isaac Tullie Samuel JeffersonBuy. Books online: A Narrative of the Siege of Carlisle and , ,