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Marlborough: His Life and Times, Book 1 [Paperback]

Winston S Churchill
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IN January 1644 a Devonshire lady, Eleanor (or Ellen), widow of Sir John Drake, alarmed by the Royalist activities in the West Country, had asked for a Roundhead garrison to protect her house at Ashe, near Axminster. Read the first page
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