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Page numbered 23

road to N.Castle Newcastle,in order to meet give Genl. Generall  Wade & give him battle, but after waiting 2 two days & and understanding yt that Wade declined advancing towards us, his R. H. the P. ordered the blockade blocade of Carlyle Carlisle to be renewed, which was done by one half of the Army army whilst the P.  His R.H. with the other half remained at Brampton as the most Convenient convenient post to attack the Enemy enemy had they attempted the releif relief of Carlyle Carlisle.  The trenches were opened on the 13th at night under command of the D. Duke of Perth about a musket shot from the walls of the Town town about midway between betwixt the English & and Scots gates, and 13 Cannon thirteen cannon were brought up in order to play upon the Town town , but this was prevented by the Capitulation a capitulation sign’d signed by the Governour &c &c. on thursday Thursday the 14th fourteenth,  and his His R. H. enter’d & entered and took possession of the Town & Castle town and castle on friday Morning Friday morning, being the 15th.  fifteenth.  during During both the blockades of the Town town there was but one man killed & and one wounded.  The Militia militia yt that served in Carlyle Carlisle, and all the inhabitants of the city & and neighbourhood can testify the exact discipline of our Army army who paid payed for every thing they got, and all were protected in their liberty libertys & and propertys.

His R. H. continued in Carlyle Carlisle till the 20th which day twentieth, when leaving a sufficient Garison garrison in the Town town, the Van van marched for Penrith, on the 21 the Van marched again to Shap and the main body to Penrith,; 22d the twenty second, the Van ?    ?   van marched to Kendal and the main body halted at to Penrith,; 23 the twenty third, the main body came to Kendal.;  24th the twenty fourth the Van van marched to Lancaster, & and the main body halted at Kendal,; 25th the twenty fifth, the Van van marched to Grafton & Garstang, and the main body to Lancaster;  26th the twenty sixth, the Van van passed Preston and quarter’d quarterd at the village on the other side of the Bridge & bridge, and the main body came to Preston.  27th The twenty seventh, the whole Army army halted;  28th  the twenty-eighth, we marched to Wiggan & and the villages near to it. ;   29th the twenty ninth all the


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Omitted in Lockhart: "…on the 21 the Van marched again to Shap and the main body to Penrith"