in a different hand; a few minor stain spots or soiling but still fine for this and a very rare early use of this type of manuscript postal endorsement. Written just three days after Fairfax was victorious at Naseby, the letter mentions the army laying positions before Oxford. An important letter. Photo" /> cover 1645 (17 June) entire letter from Lady Alathea Fairfax at Oxford to her father Lord Fairfax at York, the address panel showing<I> "att Yorke"</I> in a different hand; a few minor stain spots or soiling but still fine for this and a very rare early use of this type of manuscript postal endorsement. Written just three days after Fairfax was victorious at Naseby, the letter mentions the army laying positions before Oxford. An important letter. Photo | Christie's