Manchester (England) -- History -- Sources -- Early works to 1800. : Joyfull newes from Lancashire : wherein is declared how the Lord Strange came against Lancaster, but was opposed by the inhabitants of the said towne, and forced to flye into Wales from whence he returned with 5000. Welshmen, who comming to Lancaster ran from him, and joyned with the inhabitants of the said towne. Likewise, a true relation of his comming to Manchester with 1000. Cavaleers and Papists, and how the county rose against him beat him and his forces, took neere an 100 prisoners, amongst whom himselfe was taken, and sent to Manchester with a guard of souldiers. Whereu[n]to is annexed, The Parliaments determination concerning the Lord Strange. Ordered that this be printed and published, Hen. Elsing, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Manchester (England) -- Politics and government -- 18th century. : A review of some of the political events which have occurred in Manchester, during the last five years: being a sequel to the trial of Thomas Walker, and others, for a conspiracy to overthrow the constitution and government of this country, and to aid and assist the French, being the King's enemies. By Thomas Walker.
Manchester, Essex Montagu, -1658. : The faithfull Christians gain by death: opened, confirmed, and improved, in a sermon at the funeral of the Right Honourable Essex, Countess of Manchester, preached at Kimbolton, Octob. 12. 1658. / By Simeon Ashe minister of the gospel at St Augustines in Watling street, London.
Executions and executioners -- England -- Manchester. : The Manchester fenian outrage [electronic resource] : being an account of it, together with many facts hitherto unpublished and illustrated with portraits of Kelly, Allen, Larkin, Gould and the Late Police-Sergeant Brett, who was shot during the committal of the outrage.
False testimony -- England -- Manchester. : A Correct report of the proceedings on the trial of thirty-eight men on a charge of administering an unlawful oath, before Sir George Wood, Knight, one of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer at Lancaster on Thursday, 27th August, 1812 [electronic resource] / taken in short-hand by G. Farquharson.
Fathers -- Massachusetts -- Manchester -- Death -- Drama. : Manchester by the sea / Amazon Studios presents, in association with K Period Media ; a Pearl Street Films, The Media Farm, K Period Media, The A/Middleton Project, B Story production ; a picture by Kenneth Lonergan ; produced by Matt Damon, Kimberly Steward, Chris Moore, Lauren Beck, Kevin J. Walsh ; written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan.