4 edition of Royalist officers in England and Wales, 1642-1660 found in the catalog.
Royalist officers in England and Wales, 1642-1660
P. R. Newman
|Series||Garland reference library of social science ;, v. 72|
|LC Classifications||DA407.A1 N48 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 429 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||429|
|LC Control Number||80008594|
Between to AD there were several periods of active warfare in England and Wales, in the course of which some 75 significant field engagements have been identified. Cavalier,The Royalist Army at War – Alan Sutton Publishing, Stroud. Google Scholar. Bennett, M. Halsall T.J. () Geology and Warfare in England Grounded on a wealth of primary source material, this book cuts through a fog of deceit and secrecy to expose the murky world of seventeenth-century espionage. Written in a lively yet scholarly style, it reveals much about the nature of the dynamics of the royalist cause, about the role of the activists, and why, despite a long series of
16 December Oliver Cromwell is sworn in as Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 19 July A Royalist uprising in the Highlands led by the Earl of Glencairn and Major-General John Middleton disintegrates after meeting troops under General Monck at Abstract. F OR most of the inhabitants of England and Wales the Civil Wars were an experience unlike anything they had known before. The Bishops’ Wars had provided some alarming foretastes, not only in the parts of the north occupied by the Scots, but along the routes of the marching English soldiers and in the areas of intensive ://
Veteran Politics in Restoration England, – The List of Indigent Royalist Officers considered as a Primary Source for the Study of the Royalist Army Like other areas central P. R. Newman, Royalist Officers in England and Wales, (New York, ), p. ; B. Donagan, "Understanding Providence: The Difficulties of Sir William and Lady Waller,"Journal 1 History 39 (): In both armies seriously criminal offenses such as rape and highway robbery were severely
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Newman. - Version details - Trove Royalist officers in England and Wales, a biographical dictionary P. Newman （Garland reference library of social science, v. 72） Garland Pub., PR Newman, Royalist Officers in England and Wales, A Biographical Dictionary (London, ) PR Newman, ‘The Royalist Officers Corps ’, Historical Journal, 26 (); covering rank of major and above; E Peacock, Army Lists of the Rounheads and Cavaliers () Dr.
in his Royalist Officers in England and Wales believes Lt. Col. Bonny to be Robert Bonny an Ensign from in the Regiment of the Earl of Newport but I am not convinced of this attribution. Todd is listed as Captain of a Dragoon company in I.O.
and mentioned by Symonds as once Governor of Wingfield for the :// Royalist Officers in England and Wales A Biographical Dictionary. Peter Newman, Garland Reference Library of Social Science, ISBN Biographies of over Royalist field officers, an impressive work with a very impressive price :// P.R.
Newman, Royalist officers in England and Wales, A biographical dictionary (London, ), p. Barbara, daughter of Thomas Pomeroy of Ingsdon, esq, was contracted to marry Arthur Seccomb alias Thorne of North Petherwin parish, Inthe king ordered Colonel Charles Gerard and 2, of his soldiers to go and help the royalist campaign in England.
With the royalist forces weakened in South Wales, Rowland Laugharne decided to go on the offensive again. After defeating the royalist army at Colby Moor, Laugharne was able to capture Carmarthen and by the spring of 5 Newman, P R, ‘ The Royalist officer corps – army command as a reflexion of the social structure ’, Historical Journal, xxvi (), –58 Also, Newman, Royalist officers 6 14 Car.
11 c8, Statutes of the realm, repr., v, –:// The regiment was originally raised by Colonel James Ussher as Prince Maurice’s Dragoones in early September in the southern midlands. The majority of its officers, including its Lieutenant-Colonel, Henry Washington, came from Leicestershire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire, counties from where they raised the regiment’s These maps show how Charles gradually lost control of England and Wales as the Parliamentarians gained more and more support.
The overall outcome of the English Civil War was the trial and execution of Charles I, then the exile of Charles II, and finally the replacement of the English monarchy with the Commonwealth of England and the Biographies. Colonel James Ussher, was a professional Scottish soldier who had previously been the Major of the Earl of Barrimore’s regiment of Foot in and a half-pay officer on the Guildhall list in early While he certainly commanded the regiment in person at Cirencester on 2nd Februaury he does not appear to have lead it at Edgehill or During the Period of the English Civil War, ().
The original edition, which is now out of print, had pages of text, with an additional. Peter R. Newman, Royalist Officers in England and Wales, A Biographical Dictionary (New York: Garland Pub., ). Nicholas, Papers. Edward Nicholas, The Nicholas Papers However, as parliament gained the upper hand militarily in England, so the war increasingly penetrated into royalist Wales, often in the form of sieges of the many castles dotting its landscape.
Notable here was the campaign of a rare beast, a Welsh parliamentarian general, Sir Thomas Myddelton, who established a parliamentary enclave with an Author of Atlas of the English Civil War, Discovering militaria, Malaria eradication and population growth, The Battle of Marston Moor,British Guiana, Royalist officers in England and Wales,Companion to Irish history,Marston Moor, 2 July Get this from a library.
Royalist officers of North Wales, ; a provisional list. [Norman Tucker] a book of orders to the commissioners and notes of action taken, in CRES 6/3; Developments at a local level may be traced through the entry books of the regional officers of land revenue in LR 1.
Look under the heading ‘Crown lands’ in the index of the Calendar of treasury books, () for relevant records from the /crown-church-royalist-lands Royalist officers in England and Wales, a biographical dictionary (). Saint John Southworth (London: Catholic Truth Society. P. R. Newman drew on some of these petitions when compiling his biography of royalist officers (P.
Newman, Royalist Officers in England and Wales, – a Biographical Dictionary (New York, ). See also P. Newman, The Old Service: Royalist Regimental Colonels and the Civil War, –6 (Manchester, )).This book is a continuation of Geoffrey Smith’s research into Royalist exiles during the Civil Wars and the Commonwealth, a companion volume and follow up to Smith’s The Cavaliers in Exile – which examined life for the exiled Royalist community in Europe between –As such my copy of Peter Newman, Royalist Officers in England and Wales, A Biographical Dictionary (Garland Reference Library of Social Science, ) which once belonged to Peter Young and contains his notes and corrections is a ://?entryid=&titleid=