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Main royalist army in the First Civil War
|Instance of:||Field army|
|earliest known date:||1642 JL Needs source|
|latest known date:||Needs source|
Dates in italic are earliest or latest known dates. Non-italic dates are definite start or end dates.
|Royalist forces||Allegiance||Needs source|
|British Library, Add MS 17062||Part of the diary of Richard Symonds, royalist soldier, covering the movements of the Oxford army April-September 1644 JL.|
|British Library, Harley MS 911||Part of diary of Richard Symonds, covering the marches of the King's army from April-August 1645 JL.|
|British Library, Harley MS 944||Diary of Richard Symonds covering marches of King's army August 1645 to February 1646 JL.|
|British Library, Harley MS 989||Part of the diary of Richard Symonds, covering September 1644 to March 1645 JL|
|Roy - Royalist Army (thesis, 1963)||Ian Roy, 'The Royalist Army in the First Civil War' (Oxford University, D.Phil. thesis, 1963)|