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Other volumes of the Chetham Society which contain material for the Civil War are the 'Autobiography of Adam Martindale' (No. 4), the 'Moore Rental' (No. 12), the 'Farington Papers' (No. 39), the 'Shuttleworth Accounts' (Nos. 35, 41, 43 and 46), the 'Lancashire Lieutenancy,' Part 2 (No. 50), and the 'Stanley Papers,' Part 3 (Nos. 66, 69 and 70); and some others in a less degree. ...Lord Strange returning from a visit to the Court at York called a meeting of his supporters on Fulwood Moor near Preston in accordance with a letter from the King to Sir John Girlington, High Sheriff; the ostensible purpose being to hear read Charles' two Declarations and his answer to the Lancashire petition.