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 ‘There is a report that Prince Rupert lost his Beaver in the late great defeat at York; He never wears a Beaver in the field but a Dutch white hat, which being to ingage himself in fight, he plucks down about his eares as low as possibly he can, and that paradventure he may loose, but he can never loose his steele Cap, for when he puts on that, he takes up his haire (which he weareth very long) and throwes it quite over his Cap, and that it might not fall downe againe, he ties it close above his Cap with a silke ribbond, so that he can never loose his Cap unless he doth loose his head with it, which he was never more like to doe then now, for wote you what.’ ‘There is a report that Prince Rupert lost his Beaver in the late great defeat at York; He never wears a Beaver in the field but a Dutch white hat, which being to ingage himself in fight, he plucks down about his eares as low as possibly he can, and that paradventure he may loose, but he can never loose his steele Cap, for when he puts on that, he takes up his haire (which he weareth very long) and throwes it quite over his Cap, and that it might not fall downe againe, he ties it close above his Cap with a silke ribbond, so that he can never loose his Cap unless he doth loose his head with it, which he was never more like to doe then now, for wote you what.’
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-==Lifeguard== 
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-According to Colonel Russell, the Earl of Derby charged with Prince Ruperts Lifeguard at the storm of Bolton, who entered the town next to the Forlorn Hope. 
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-E.38.10 
-Prince Ruperts Lifeguard of Horse 
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-  *Captain Sir Richard Crane  E.301.18 Captured before the storm of Bristol. 
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 ==Franklin'​s Information== ==Franklin'​s Information==