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Fairefax, Thomas (Sir)
Fairfax (Lord General)
Fairfax (Lord Generall)
Fairfax of Cameron, Thomas
Fairfax of Cameron, Thomas Fairfax
Fairfax of Cameron, Thomas Fairfax (Baron)
Fairfax, Tho. L.
Fairfax, Tho (Sir)
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax (3rd baron)
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax (Baron)
Fairfax, Thomas L.
Fairfax, Thomas (Sir)
Thomas Fairfax, 3:e lord Fairfax av Cameron
Thomas Fairfax, 3. Lord Fairfax of Cameron (englischer General)
Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron (Parliamentary commander-in-chief during the English Civil War)
Thomas Fairfax (Brits militair (1612-1671))
Thomas Fairfax (generale inglese)
Thomas Fairfax, III lord Fairfax de Cameron
Thomas Fairfax, III lord Fairfax di Cameron
Thomas (Lord Fairfax)
Томас Ферфакс (английский политический деятель, генерал)
ทอมัส แฟร์แฟกซ์ ลอร์ดแฟร์แฟกซ์ที่ 3 แห่งแคเมอรอน
Manuscript language material
Broersz, Joost (wed., Amsterdam)
England and Wales. Army
England and Wales. Army. Council
Feugé, Robert (1628-167.; imprimeur-libraire))
Great Britain. Army
Great Britain. Parliament (1650). House of Commons
Holles, Denzil (1597-1680; baron))
Sprigg, Joshua (1618-1684)
Articles exhibited against the King, and the charge of the army against His Majesty drawn up by the Generall Councell of Officers for the speedy executing of impartiall justice upon his person
Battle of Naseby
complete sportsman; or, Country gentleman's recreation, The : Containing the whole arts of breeding and managing game cocks, with the best methods of fighting them. Of rearing and backing colts. Of managing race-horses, hunters, &c. Of horse-racing. Of bowling. Of hare-hunting. Of fox-hunting. Of buck-hunting. Of otter-hunting. Of coursing. Of breeding and ordering dogs for the gun or chase, &c. Of angling in all its various branches. Of breeding pigeons, rabbets, canary birds, &c. Of finding the haunts of partridges, pheasants, and all manner of game. Of shooting, and of shooting flying, &c. Together, with several other equally curious articles, too numerous to be mentioned in this title page. By Thomas Fairfax, Esq.
Copye eens sekeren brief, geschreven vande armee [...] aen het Parlement, ende de stadt London.
Copye van den generael Fairfacx missive, geschreven aen den oratevr van't parlement. In dato Cambridge, den 16. iuny, 1647.
declaratie van Sir Thomas Fairefax, ende d'armee onder zyn commando. Gelijck het ootmoedelicken aen de ... lords ende de gemeente in 't Parlement vergadert, is gepresenteert: als oock aen den ... lord major, de aldermannen ende raedt van de stadt van Londen. Nopende hare ende des koninckrijcks gherechtige ende fundamendate rechten ende vryigheden; mitsgaders eenige ... voorstellen ende begeerten., Een : Eerst tot S. Albons ... gedruckt, den veerthienden Junij oude stijl.
declaration of His Excellancy Sir Tho. Fairfax and his councel of war ... [MI] Jan. 5, 1647, 1648., A
declaration of ... November 30, 1648. -, The
Declaration of the Army concerning the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, and the citizens of London, A : agreed upon by the officers and souldiers under the command of the Lord Gen. Fairfax : to be read and published throughout the respective counties within the kingdom of England and dominion of Wales : and a remonstrance thereupon, touching the proceedings of the King and both Houses of Parliament, together with a letter read in both Houses containing a charge against all those who shall act contrary to the lawes of the land ...
declaration or representation from [...] sir T. Fairfax. Dutch, A
Drie besondere missiven geschreven van [...] Thomas Fairfax, [...] Cromwell, ende de heeren gecommitteerden van't selve leger. Waer in alle de particulariteyten (van de groote victorie verkregen over sĳn majesteyts armee den 24 junij) volkoomelick verhaelt worden.
Fairfax Correspondence, The : memoirs of the reign of Charles the first
humble proposals and desires of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax ... 1648., The
humble remonstrance from His Excellencie, Sir Tho. Fairfax, and the Army under his command. Concerning the present state of affairs in relation to themselves and the kingdom, with their desires and present resolutions therupon. Presented to the commissioners at Saint Albans, June 23. to be by them humbly presented to the Parliament. By the appointment of his Excellencie, Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Councel of Warre, signed, John Rushworth secretary., An
Mémoires de Hollis. Mémoires de Huntington. Mémoires de Fairfax.
Mémoires. - s.a.
Miscellaneous Documents. 1647-06-23
old history of Bradford, 1776; with the memoirs of General Fairfax;, The
poems of Thomas, third lord Fairfax, The : from Ms. Fairfax 40 in the Bodleian library, Oxford
remonstrance. -, A
Remontrance de Fairfax, général de l'armée d'Angleterre, à monsieur le prince de Condé
resolution of the Army concerning the King, Lords, and Commons and their solemn contract and engagement to be tendered to the people of England, upon the principles of common rights and freedom, and to stand firme and remain unalterable for ever, The : with their remonstrance and proposals to the kingdome, shewing what law and government they would have established and confirmed ...
Severall orders and votes of both Houses of Parliament : made on Friday and Saturday last [30, 31 July, 1647], for the bringing of the Kings Majesty to some of his houses neer London, to receive propositions from both kingdomes, for peace. And for the safety and security of the King, Parliament, city, and kingdome. With the copies of the letters from Sir Tho. Fairfax, to the Parliament, and the city. And a list of the names of the Committee of Safety.
Severall ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the disbanding of all supernumerary forces within this kingdom under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax: and that no officer or soldier after the 15 day of January 1647. shall have any free quarter.
Three letters intercepted by Sir Tho. Fairfax in Cornwal, The : the first from the E. of Glamorgan, to his majesty, the second from the lord George Digby to his lady, the third to his servant Walsingham : concerning their proceedings in Ireland.
Three letters : wherein all the particulars of the great victory obtained by our forces against His Majesties, is fully related, fought the 14 of Iune, 1645 : with a list of the names of such colonels, captaines, lieutenants, ensignes, and other officers, both of horse and foot there taken prisoners, and the resolution of both houses upon the same
To the Right Honourable, the Lord Fairfax, and his Councell of Warre
Voorslagh van syn exellentie[!], de heer Thomas Fairfax, ende sijn gheheel legher; overghelevert aen de Huysen des Parlaments, aengaende het opschorten van de wapenen.
Vox militaris: ofte een apologische verklaringhe van de officieren ende soldaten van 't leger, onder 't commandement van ... Sr. Tomas Fairfax : tot beantwoordinge van de algemeene onrechte beschuldinghen, welcke tegens deselve uytghestrooyt werden ...