letter signifying their willingness to surrender the castle, if they might have honourable conditions." - p. 74 "Letter from Sir W. Waller to the Lieut.-General, the Earl of Essex, Jan. 6, 1643/4." - M.A. Tierney, History of Arundel, 1834, vol. I. " /> letter signifying their willingness to surrender the castle, if they might have honourable conditions." - p. 74 "Letter from Sir W. Waller to the Lieut.-General, the Earl of Essex, Jan. 6, 1643/4." - M.A. Tierney, History of Arundel, 1834, vol. I. " /> Charles Landseer, R.A. (1802-1873) , The Surrender of Arundel Castle to Sir William Waller, January 6th, 1643. "Shortly after, the enemy sent a drum, with Colonel Rawlins and Major Mullins, to treat for a final agreement, upon which treaty they condescended to Sir William." - p. 66 "On thursday, the enemy sent a drummer to me with a <I>letter</I> signifying their willingness to surrender the castle, if they might have honourable conditions." - p. 74 "Letter from Sir W. Waller to the Lieut.-General, the Earl of Essex, Jan. 6, 1643/4." - M.A. Tierney, <I>History of Arundel</I>, 1834, vol. I. | Christie's