3 edition of The Life Progresses And Rebellion Of James, Duke Of Monmouth V2 found in the catalog.
July 25, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||360|
Tonight I shall be raising a glass to James, Duke of Monmouth. Further Reading Coward, B, , The Stuart Age: England , Pearson: Harlow Watson, J.N.P, , Captain General and Rebel Chief: The Life of James, Duke of Monmouth, George Allen & . Life, Progresses, and Rebellion of James, Duke of Monmouth, with a full Account of the Bloody Assize () 2 vols. The Social History of the People of the Southern Counties of England in Past Centuries () Works about Roberts "Roberts, George (d)," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.
Lifestyle › Books The Last Royal Rebel: The Life and Death of James, Duke of Monmouth by Anna Keay - review Born a king’s b***** and destined for a traitor’s death. The Duke of Monmouth was born James Scott, sometimes known as Crofts, on 9 April , the bastard son of the future King Charles II and his then mistress Lucy Walter, though some expressed doubts. After all, there was little physical similarity between them, he was much shorter and considerably more handsome than his supposed father, and Lucy.
James II and Parliament were alarmed by Monmouth's progress and declared him a traitor and an outlaw. A reward of £ was offered for Monmouth, dead or alive. An army was raised by the king and it met the rebels at Sedgemoor in Somerset. The king's army shot down Monmouth's peasant followers by the hundreds. Those left alive were captured. – James Welwood, MD, acquaintance of Monmouth. It wasn’t all fashion and fun for the duke, according to Bryan Bevan’s book “James Duke of Monmouth,” Monmouth was given the task of examining the circumstances surrounding the mysterious death of Edmondberry Godfrey during the Popish Plot of the late s.5/5(3).
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The Life, Progresses, and Rebellion of James, duke of Monmouth, &c., to his capture and execution Paperback – Novem by George Roberts (Author)5/5(1).
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James Duke of Monmouth is most known for leading the doomed West Country rebellion against James II ascending the throne in Februaryan illegitimate son of King Charles II, who as the Protestant Duke, became a possible rival to the throne for those who could not accept a Roman Catholic king/5.
The life, progresses, and rebellion of James, duke of Monmouth, &c., Duke Of Monmouth V2 book his capture and execution by Roberts, George, ?Pages: On one side of the watery pasture at Sedgemoor was the dashing thirty-six-year-old Duke of Monmouth, the charismatic son of Charles II, adored by the people.
A reformer, a romantic, and a Protestant, he was fighting the army he had once commanded, in opposition to his uncle, King James : Bloomsbury USA. The Last Royal Rebel by Anna Keay review – the fate of the ‘Protestant Prince’. The Duke of Monmouth, illegitimate son of Charles II, led the famous rebellion in against the Catholic King of England, James : Jenny Uglow.
James, Duke of Monmouth, had landed in the west country, where he thought there was a stronghold of Protestant dissent, and marched via Axminster and Taunton towards Sedgemoor. Gathering sympathisers along the route, men from Luppitt joined up with his rather undisciplined force.
Thanks to Mr McDonald Wigfield MA. Monmouth's rebellion had been long planned but was ill prepared. The Duke set sail for England in May with asmall forcwe of his supporters and landed at Lyme Regis in Dorset on 11 June. A lengthy statement which had been prepared by Robert Ferguson, a fanatical Scottish Presbyterian Minister.
From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. 12 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. The Western rising: an account of the rebellion of James Scott, Duke of Monmouth Charles Chenevix Trench Snippet view - The Western rising: an account of the rebellion of James Scott, Duke of Monmouth.
The Monmouth Rebellion, also known as the Pitchfork Rebellion, the Revolt of the West or the West Country rebellion, was an attempt to overthrow James James, Duke of York, had become King of England, Scotland, and Ireland upon the death of his elder brother Charles II on 6 February James II was a Roman Catholic and some Protestants under his rule opposed Location: South West England.
Keay is a winning guide to the man and the period; this is an account not just of James but of one of the most interesting and fruitful periods of English history. And she does it without jargon, making the personal as political as it in fact was.
She brings James, Duke of Monmouth back to life (Evening Standard) Returns this glamorous rebel to life/5(39). Buy The Life, Progresses, and Rebellion of James, Duke of Monmouth (Volume 2); To His Capture and Execution With a Full Account of the Bloody Assize, and Copious Biographical Notices by George Roberts (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : George Roberts. He led the unsuccessful Monmouth Rebellion inan attempt to depose his uncle, King James II and VII. After one of his officers declared Monmouth the legitimate King in the town of Taunton in Somerset, Monmouth attempted to capitalise on his Protestantism and his position as the son of Charles II, Battles/wars: Second Anglo-Dutch War, Third.
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The life, progresses, and rebellion of James, duke of Monmouth, to his capture and execution: with a full account of the bloody assize, and copious biographical notices. The life, progresses, and rebellion of James, duke of Monmouth, to his capture and execution: with a full account of the bloody assize, and copious biographical notices.
(London, Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, ), by George Roberts (page images at HathiTrust). James Scott, duke of Monmouth, byname (until ) James Fitzroy, or Crofts, (born April 9,Rotterdam, Netherlands—died JLondon, England), claimant to the English throne who led an unsuccessful rebellion against King James II in Although the strikingly handsome Monmouth had the outward bearing of an ideal monarch, he lacked.
James Scott, Duke of Monmouth Early Life. James Scott, otherwise known as James Croft, was the illegitimate son of King Charles II, he was born on 9 April in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, where his 18 year old father was living in exile following the execution of Charles mother was Charles' mistress Lucy Walter, otherwise known as Mrs.
Barlow (pictured. James Scott, Duke of Monmouth. July 15th, Headsman. On this date inthe haughty Duke of Monmouth mounted the scaffold at London’s Tower Hill to suffer beheading for treason, and tipped the headsman with the words, “Here are six guineas for you and do not hack me as you did my Lord Russell.I have heard you struck him four or five times;.
James, Duke of Monmouth, the eldest of Charles II’s brood of illegitimate children, spent his life searching for a role to play. In the end he failed spectacularly and paid the penalty for being. James, Duke of Monmouth, the adored illegitimate son of Charles II, was born in exile the year his grandfather was executed and the English monarchy abolished.
Abducted from his mother on his father's orders, he emerged from a childhood in the backstreets of Rotterdam to command the ballrooms of Paris, the brothels of Covent Garden and the battlefields of .The Duke of Monmouth had a yearning for the crown and rose in a rebellion against his uncle.
He lost and ended up in the Tower of London. The outcome of the trial for treason was inevitable; so too was the sentence of a date with the : Paula Mcleod.