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Parliament puts King Charles I on trial

Less than 50 years after the death of Elizabeth I brought the Tudor dynasty to a close, the British monarchy, now in the hands of the Stuarts, was in serious conflict with Parliament. 570 more words

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22nd August 1642. Martyr for a Cause?

King Charles I is the only formally Canonised Saint of the Church of England, but remembered more for a belief stemming from his father’s notion of  The Divine Right of Kings.(1)  508 more words

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The Kings Head Pub, Galway's Latin Quarter

The Kings Head dates back over 800 years with research showing the building in existence since the 13th century. The building was the home of the Mayor of Galway, Thomas Lynch Fitz-Ambrose. 379 more words

Irish History

Princess Elizabeth (Stuart)

 Princess Elizabeth was born on 28 December 1635.  She was the second daughter of King Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria.  The princess, a sickly child, died in her fifteenth year after being caught in a shower on the bowling green at Carisbrooke Castle. 978 more words

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What Was Maryland Like Early Settlement?

“In 1632 the crown set aside about twelve million acres of land at the northern head of Chesapeake Bay as a second colony, named Maryland after the queen of the new monarch, Charles I (son of James). 425 more words

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A King's Treasure Lost

#C-5930
Murray, Howard J.

ISBN/ISSN: 095351630X
Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Blessing of Burntisland
Comments: Illustrated
Size: 7″ x 10″
Pages: 74
Editions: The first edition (First Published – stated) was published by Silverscreen Print, Scotland (1999), in paperback. 49 more words

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Berlin: The Downfall 1945 – Antony Beevor

Acclaimed for his vivid re-creations of some of the twentieth century’s most significant battles, Antony Beevor is one of the best known and respected military historians writing today.

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