After the battle of Marston Moor he followed the queen to Paris, and the exile so commenced lasted twelve years.
They married, and the battle of Marston Moor forced them into exile.
The battle of Marston Moor decided the Royalist cause in the north.
I looked merely at the man of Marston Moor, sir, and said nothing.
I do not pretend this search for the battle-field of Marston Moor was the most exciting episode of my stay in York.
Marston Moor, where the adherents of Charles I. were defeated.
The movements of Manchester after Marston Moor were marked by great apathy.
The battle of Marston Moor began about four in the afternoon.
The spirit that animated the men who spoke at Runnymede, and those who fought on Marston Moor, was not dead, but sleeping.
Some of them had helped to make the thunders of Naseby and Marston Moor.