2 edition of Journal of Sir Samuel Luke, scout-master general to the Earl of Essex found in the catalog.
Journal of Sir Samuel Luke, scout-master general to the Earl of Essex
Luke, Samuel Sir.
Written in English
|Statement||Transcribed and ed. ... by I.G. Philip.|
|Series||Oxfordshire Record Society -- 29:1, 31:2, 33:3, Oxfordshire Record Society (Series) -- 29:1, 31:2, 33:3.|
|Contributions||Philip, I. G|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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JOURNAL OF SIR SAMUEL LUKE During the Civil War, in addition to his services as captain of a troop of horse and governor of Newport Pagnell, Luke also acted as scoutmaster general to the Earl of Essex, and in this capacity appears to have acquired a great reputation for efficiency, at.
‘Great-spirited little Sir Samuel Luke,’ says a parliamentary paper, ‘so guarded himself with his short sword, that he escaped without hurt, though thrice taken prisoner, yet rescued, and those to whom he was prisoner slain’ (His Highness Prince Rupert's late beating up the Rebels' Quarters at Portcomb and Chinner,4to, p.
4; A Letter from Robert, Earl of Essex, relating the true state of. Luke, Samuel, Sir, Journal of Sir Samuel Luke. [Oxford. Printed for the Society, ] (OCoLC) Named Person: Samuel Sir d Luke: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Luke, Sir.
Sir Samuel Luke of Cople ( - ). Scoutmaster General to the Earl of Essex, and England's Don Quixote. Scout-master general to the Earl of Essex book was in LOGIC a great critic, Profoundly skill'd in analytic; He could distinguish, and divide.
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Sir Samuel Luke was parliamentary governor of Newport Pagnell from late I to June i, and was also scoutmaster-general to the earl of Essex. Philip has already published Luke's Journal for.
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Sir Samuel Luke was appointed Scoutmaster to the Earl of Essex and soon won a well-deserved reputation for the excellence of his intelligence ‘This noble commander who watches the. Sir Samuel Luke by Jemahl Evans. Sir Samuel Luke( ) – Parliament’s Scoutmaster General.
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