The hastiness of Rupert prevented Edgehill from being a victory, and definitely lost Naseby, the final battle of the war.
Very well,” said I. “How long have you been with Mrs. Naseby?
Charles and Fairfax met at Naseby, in Northamptonshire, and there fought out the decisive battle of the first civil war.
This book was published soon after the crushing victory of Naseby.
My grandfather rode out with yours to Naseby, and died there.
Then you can ask, whether there remains any tradition of a windmill at Naseby?
Anyway, Naseby had left Cherry Street for good, and had gone back to the country to work there.
Try you what you can, and the Naseby Farmer too (if he is still extant); then I will try.
Sure, if his person were inviolable, it was as wicked to lift the sword against it at Naseby as the axe at Whitehall.
I have nothing to tell of myself; having been nowhere but to that Naseby.