The castle was more than once besieged in the time of Cromwell, and was taken by ireton in 1650.
Were not Cromwell and ireton accused by their own party of favouring the man Stuart?
He vowed, however, that ireton should publicly acknowledge his slanders, and beg her pardon.
The house in which ireton lived and died stood next to the cathedral.
I can learn but the marriage of one: ireton's daughter Bridget married a Mr. Bendyshe.
"This is no matter for merriment," exclaimed ireton sternly.
Juliet having again, but vainly, tried to pass by ireton, retired to an unoccupied window.
His dispatches smacked of the Calvinism of ireton and Cromwell.
The witness was often in ireton's company, and Peters would often come in to meals in the evening.
ireton declared that there was no such thing as natural right.