2 edition of letter from General Monck to King Charles. found in the catalog.
letter from General Monck to King Charles.
Albemarle, George Monck Duke of
Written in English
|Contributions||Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
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Saturday 11 February /60 This morning I lay long abed, and then to my office, where I read all the morning my Spanish book of noon I walked in the Hall, where I heard the news of a letter from Monk, who was now gone into the City again, and did resolve to stand for the sudden filling up of the House, and it was very strange how the countenance of men in the Hall was all changed. A letter signed by forty-seven Presbyterian ministers of London sent to General Fairfax protesting at the Army's actions. LDCI: King Charles brought to London from Windsor by Colonel Thomlinson. LDCI: Edward Massie escapes from imprisonment at St James's. PP: Opening of the King's trial. The King refuses to recognise the legal.
John Campbell, 1st Earl of Loudoun ( – March ) was a Scottish politician and Covenanter.. As a young man Campbell travelled abroad. In married the heiress of the barony of Loudoun; in his wife's right, took his seat in the Parliament of his patent for an earldom stopped by Charles I because of his strenuous opposition to episcopacy. Tuesday, May the 1st, Prayers. Communications from the King. MR. Annesley reports from the Council of State a Letter from the King, unopened, directed, "To Our Trusty and Well-beloved General Monck, to be communicated to the President and Council of State, and to the Officers of the Armies under his Command;" being received from the Hands of Sir John Greenvill.
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Life of George Monck. by Charles Harding Firth, © George Monck - Ap George Monck (or Monk), first Duke of Albemarle. Born 6 Dec. at Potheridge, near Torrington in Devonshire, was the second son of Sir Thomas Monck, knight, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir George Smith of Maydford in the same county (Thomas GUMBLE, Life of Monck,p.
1; Visitation of Devonshire, It was originally printed in as ‘A Letter from General Monck to King Charles, son of the late King Charles of England; together with King Charles’s answer thereunto.’ It is reprinted in the Somers Tracts, vi.ed. Scott. The king's execution led to further divisions among the adherents of the parliament, and the 'old Scots ' the colony established in Ulster letter from General Monck to King Charles.
book the plantation of James I now declared against the parliament, and summoned Monck to join them in support of Charles II (The Declaration of the British in the North of Ireland, with some Queries of.
Get this from a library. His Majesties letter to His Excellency the Lord General Monck, to be communicated to the officers of the army: brought to His Excellency from His Majesties Court at the Hague, by Sir Thomas Clarges.
[Charles, King of England]. A letter from His Excellencie the Lord General Monck and the officers under his command, to the Parliament: in the name of themselves and the souldiers under them, dated 11 of Feb. with the Parliaments answer thereunto by George Monck Albemarle () 36 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
In Monck received a letter from the future Charles II, a copy of which he at once sent to the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell, who is said to have written to Monck in "There be [those] that tell me that there is a certain cunning fellow in Scotland called George Monck, who is said to lye in wait there to introduce Charles Stuart; I.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, -- Poetry -- Early works to ; Filed under: Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, -- Early works to The declaration and address of the gentry of the county of Essex, who have adhered to the King, and suffered imprisonment, or sequestration, during the late troubles.
The Rupert and Monck Letterbook (Navy Records Society, ) Robert Blake: General at Sea () E.K. Timings was Head of the Search Department at the Public Records Office. He is frequently thanked in the introduction and acknowledgements in history volumes relating to the 17 th century.
His publications include. Letter From The Past. One letter drawn from this source is printed on p. and a letter from Richard Cromwell to General Monck, dated Apwould have been added had it not been previously printed in the ‘English Historical Review,’p.
George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle, KG was an English soldier, politician and a key figure in effecting the Restoration of the Monarchy to King Charles II in (one of chief army leaders) General Monck, one of the chief army leaders at the time, with the support of several colleagues and wrote to Charles, the son of Charles I who was in.
General George Monck, the officer in charge of the English army based in Scotland, Letter sent by a man living in London to one of Charles II's advisers () You cannot imagine how all people here are affected with joy at the hope of having a King again. His (Charles) picture is hung up in many places in the streets there was a man.
The year is when Scotland's Third Civil War has re-emerged. Oliver Cromwell has died. General Monck of the New Model Army wants to see Charles II restored to power, so he enlists the help of men like Lord Robert Campbell, Earl of Argyll, a Presbyterian and Graham Grant, highlander, Royalist and first in command of the MacGregor clan.5/5(5).
George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle, KG (6 December – 3 January ) was an English soldier and politician, and a key figure in the Restoration of the monarchy to King Charles II in Origins. Monck was born on 6 December at the family estate of Potheridge in the parish of Merton, near Great Torrington, Devon, the second son of Sir Thomas Monck (–) one of the.
Lenthall, William, A letter from General Monck from Dalkeith, 13 October Directed as followeth. For the Right Honorable William Lenthal, esquire, Speaker; to be communicated to the Parliament of the common-wealth of England, at Westminster.
A LETTER FROM General Monck TO KING CHARLES. This material was created by the Text Creation Partnership in partnership with ProQuest's Early English Books Online, Gale Cengage's Eighteenth Century Collections Online, and Readex's Evans Early American Imprints.
George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle, also Monk, 6 December - 3 Januarywas a general in the English Civil War and played a major role in the Stuart Restoration in / George Monck, 1. Duke of Albemarle, auch Monk, 6.
From inside the book. What people Office Haselrig Heaney History Honest Ulsterman Ibid Iremonger Irish poetry Irish poets Irish Writing John Lambert Joyce Kavanagh King Kinsella Lenthall letter Liddy literary London Long Parliament Lord General Monck Ludlow Milne Mordaunt Mystery and Method nation Newcastle O'Grady Parliamentary past.
Author of His Majesties speech to both Houses of Parliament, An account of the preservation of King Charles II after the Battle of Worcester, His Majesties gracious letter to the Convention of Estates in Scotland, the 13th of JuneThe letters, speeches, and declarations of King Charles II, The letters, speeches and declarations, His Majesties gracious speech to both.
Full text of "Christopher Monck, duke of Albemarle" See other formats. A letter from Gen. Monck to King Charls son of the late King Charls of England deceased together with King Charls his answer thereunto. Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, /  A declaration of the commander in chief in Scotland and the officers under his command, in vindication of the liberties of the people and priviledges of.
On 16 May Charles wrote to Monck to express pleasure at the news that the army officers had been persuaded to support the restoration, claiming tactfully (or rather, tactically) that ‘We shall always have an entire confidence in them.’ 6 Monck ordered the letter to be published on the eve of Charles’ arrival in Dover on 25 May.Rebellions broke out.
General Monck (who had been a Royalist who had later supported Cromwell against the Irish and the Scots) marched south, using his troops to keep the peace. He allowed all the MPs who had opposed the trial of the King (in ) back into Parliament. They made arrangements for new elections and on 1 May the new.A letter sent by General Monck to Vice Admiral Goodson to be communicated to the rest of the officers of the fleet, in answer to a letter with some proposals lately sent to him from them.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, A letter of His Excellencie the Lord General Monck, to the Speaker of the Parl. From Guild-Hall, London.