The Royalist Composition Papers, being the proceedings of the Committee for Compounding, A.D. 1653 1660, so far as they relate to the County of Lancaster. Extracted from the Records preserved in the Public Record Office, London. Vol. VI., Part II, We Y. The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire. Volume XCVI.

N.p. The Record Society. 1942. Hardcover. 8vo, 21.5cm, pp.289 440, & 21p., appendices, index, Society report, list of members, original green gilt decorated cloth, fine (as new). ~ The Committee for Compounding was established by Parliament in 1643 44 to permit Royalists who had their lands sequestered to obtain their estates back by paying a fine and pledging not to take up arms against Parliament. Item #32647

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