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LETTER LXVIII. To the same: Milford Haven, 13 Aug., .
News received from Ireland : Jones's Defeat of Ormond
LXIX. To Mrs. Richard Cromwell : Milford Ha.
ven, 13 Aug., 1649
LETTER LXX. To President Bradshaw, Dublin, 16 Sept.,
Storm of Drogheda.
LXXI. To Hon. W. Lenthall : Dublin, 17 Sept.,
LXXII. To the same : Wexford, 14 Oct., 1649 387
March to Wexford ; Capture of Wexford.
LXXIII. To Governor Taaf; Ross, 17 Oct., 1649 . 392
LXXIV. To the same : Ross, 19 Oct., 1649 394
Terms for Ross.
LXXV. To the same : same date
LXXVI. To Governor Taaff: Ross, 19 Oct., 1649 396
Terms for Ross.
LXXVII. To Hon. W. Lenthall : Ross, 25 Oct.,
Account of the Gaining of Ross.
LXXVIII. To R. Mayor, Esq. : Ross, 13 Nov.,
Irish News, and Family Affairs.
LXXIX. To Hon. W. Lenthall: Ross, 14 Nov.,
Proceedings in Munster : Cork, Youghal, Baltimore,
Castlehaven; other Mercies.
LXXX. To the same: Waterford, Nov., 1649 404
Reynolds takes Carrick-on-Suir ; defends it gallantly:
LETTER LXXXI. To the same: Cork, 19 Dec., 1649 409
Waterford not taken; Death of Lieut.-Gen. Michael
Jones ; Repulse of the Enemy at Passage.
LXXXII. To the same : Castletown, 15 Feb.,
New Campaign : Reduction of many places in Tippe-
rary and the Southwest.
LXXXIII. To President Bradshaw : Cashel, 5
Progress of the Campaign ; Cahir Castle.
LXXXIV. To Hon. W. Lenthall: Carrick, 2
The same: Kilkenny taken ; Col. Hewson.
LXXXV. To R. Mayor, Esq.: Carrick, 2 April,
Reflections on the Mercies in Ireland.
WAR WITH SCOTLAND
LETTER LXXXVI. To R. Mayor, Esq.: Alnwick, 17 July,
Concerning his Son and Daughter-in-law.
LXXXVII. To President Bradshaw: Musselburgh,
30 July, 1650
Appearance before Edinburgh ; Lesley within his Lines.
LXXXVIII. To Scots Committee of Estates : Mus.
selburgh, 3 Aug., 1650 .
Remonstrates on their dangerous courses, on their un-
christian conduct towards him.
LXXXIX. To Gen. Lesley: Camp at Pentland
Hills, 14 Aug., 1650
Answer to Lesley's Message and Declaration.
XC. To the Council of State: Musselburgh, 30
Aug., 1650 .
Progress of the Scotch Campaign : Skirmish on the Stir-
ling Road, no Battle; retreat to the eastward again.
BATTLE OF DUNBAR
LETTER XCI. To Sir A. Haselrig : Dunbar, 2 Sept., 1650 . 458
Day before Dunbar Battle.
XCII. To Hon. W. Lenthall : Dunbar, 4 Sept.,
Of Dunbar Battle :- This Letter and the next three.
XCIII. To President Bradshaw: Dunbar, 4 Sept.,
XCIV. To Mrs. Cromwell : Dunbar, 4 Sept., 1650 474
XCV. To R. Mayor, Esq. : Dunbar, 4 Sept., 1650 . 475
LETTER XCVI. To Governor Dundas : Edinburgh, 9 Sept.,
Has offered to let the Ministers in Edinburgh Castle
preach in the City: Rebuke for their refusal.
XCVII. To the same: Edinburgh, 12 Sept., 1650 • 482
Second more deliberate Rebuke, with Queries.
LETTER XCVIII. To President Bradshaw : Edinburgh, 25
Sept., 1650 .
Has marched towards Stirling, but been obliged to re-
XCIX. To Scots Committee of Estates : Linlith-
gow, 9 Oct., 1650 .
Remonstrates again with them concerning the folly and
impiety of this War.
LETTER C. To Hon. W. Lenthall: Edinburgh, 4 Dec., 1650 499
Progress of Scotch affairs : Ker and Strahan.
CI. To Governor Dundas : Edinburgh, 12 Dec.,
This and the six following, with the Pass and Proclama-
tion, relate to the Siege of Edinburgh Castle.
CII. To the same: same date
CIII. To the same: Edinburgh, 13 Dec., 1650 505
CIV. To the same: Edinburgh, 14 Dec., 1650 . 506
CV. To the same : same date
CVI. To the same : Edinburgh, 18 Dec., 1650
CVII. To the same : same date.
LETTER CVIII. To Hon. W. Lenthall : Edinburgh, 24 Dec.,
Edinburgh Castle surrendered.
CIX. To Col. Hacker: Edinburgh, 25 Dec., 1650 514
Capt. Empson's Commission cannot be revoked. Cen-
sures a phrase of Hacker's.
CX. To Gen. Lesley: Edinburgh, 17 Jan., 1650–1 516
Provost Jaffray, Rev. Messrs. Waugh and Carstairs.
CXI. To Scots Committee of Estates : Edinburgh,
17 Jan., 1650–1
Augustin the German Mosstrooper.
CXII. To Committee of Army: Edinburgh, 4 Feb.,
Symonds, and the Medal for Dunbar Battle.
CXIII. To President Bradshaw : Edinburgh, 24
Has been dangerously unwell: thanks for their inquir-
ing after him.
CXIV. To Mrs. Cromwell: Edinburgh, 12 April,
Domestic. The Lord Herbert. Richard and the other
CXV. To Hon. A. Johnston: Edinburgh, 12 April,
Public Registers of Scotland.
SECOND VISIT TO GLASGOW
LETTER CXVI. To Mrs. Cromwell: Edinburgh, 3 May,
Domestic. Regards to his Mother.
CXVII. To Hon. W. Lenthall : Linlithgow, 21
CXVIII. To President Bradshaw: Dundas, 24 July,
Gone over to Fife.
CXIX. To the same : Linlithgow, 26 July, 1651 541
LETTER CXX. To R. Mayor, Esq. : Burntisland, 28 July,
Rebukes his son Richard for excess in expenditure.
CXXI. To Hon. W. Lenthall : Burntisland, 29
Burntisland. Army mostly in Fife.
CXXII. To the same : Leith, 4 Aug., 1651 . 544
St. Johnston taken: the enemy suddenly gone south-
BATTLE OF WORCESTER
LETTER CXXIII. To Hon. W. Lenthall: near Worcester,
3 Sept., 1651
Battle of Worcester.
CXXIV. To the same: Worcester, 4 Sept., 1651 . 553