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Stirling Road, no Battle; Retreat to the eastward again.
LETTER CXXXIX. To Sir A. Haselrig: Dunbar, 2 Sept.
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Of Dunbar Battle :- This Letter and the next Five.
CXLV. To Lieut.-Gen. Ireton : same date ..
Wharton's Doubts again.
Has offered to let the Ministers in Edinburgh Castle
1650 . . . . . . . 81
Second more deliberate Rebuke, with Queries.
Has marched towards Stirling, but been obliged to re-
Remonstrates again with them concerning the folly
This and the Six following, with the Pass and Procla-
Captain Empson's Commission cannot be revoked.
LETTER CLXIII. To Gen. Lesley: Edinburgh, 17 Jan.
1650-1 . . . . . . . 135
Symonds, and the Medal for Dunbar Battle.
Has been elected Chancellor of Oxford University. .
Waterhouse : For an Oxford Degree.
CLXIX. To the same: Edinburgh, 11 March,
Has been dangerously unwell; thanks for their in-
Dangerous Relapse ; now recovering : Drs. Wright
„ CLXXVII. To the same : Linlithgow, 26 July,
Rebukes his Son Richard for excess in expenditure.
Reflections on Public Affairs: what Prophecies are
Note on Private Business.
and Fear in matters of Religion.
Retrospective: aim of all these Wars and Struggles;