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A True relation of the whole proceedings of Sir William Waller his army

A True relation of the whole proceedings of Sir William Waller his army

from the 20 of Nov. to the 9 of Decemb. taken by one who was dayly in the service, and sent in a letter to a friend of his in London ..

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Published by Printed by Bernard Alsop in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waller, William, -- Sir, -- 1597?-1668,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 241:E.78, no. 8
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 6 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15032769M

      Posts about Sir William Waller written by ianfrielhistorian. The fireship attack by the English fleet on the Spanish Armada off Calais on the night of 7th/8th August was the turning-point of the Armada campaign. Sir William Waller Parliamentary commander of the first major assault on Basing House in November Siege of Basing House to during the English Civil War An earth work was built to enclose the whole of the Basing House site.

    1 photograph: nitrate film negative; mm (roll format) | Photograph shows Colonel Gray and Lieutenant William Waller standing in front of a wall map in the United States 8th Air Force headquarters operations room, possibly outside London, England during World War II. Prynne, William, Rome for Canterbury, or, A true relation of the birth and life of William Laud Arch-bishop of Canterbury together with the whole manner of his proceeding, both in the star-chamber, high-commission court, in his owne house, and some observations of him in the tower: with his carriage at the fight of the deputyes.

      A reply to the observations of Lieut. Gen. Sir William Howe on a pamphlet entitled "Letters to a nobleman" [microform]: in which his misrepresentations are detected and those letters are supported by a variety of new matter and argument; to which is added an appendix containing: Ia letter to Sir William Howe upon his strictures on Mr. Galloway's private character; IIa letter from Mr Pages: Start studying King arthur. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.


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A True relation of the whole proceedings of Sir William Waller his army: from the 20 of Nov. to the 9 of Decemb. taken by one who was dayly in the service, and sent in a letter to a friend of his in London.

Sir William Waller, (born c. Knole, Kent, Eng.—died Sept. 19,London), a leading Parliamentary commander in southern England during the first three years of the Civil War (–51).

Waller fought for Bohemia in the early campaigns of the Thirty Years’ War (–48) and was knighted in Elected to the Long Parliament inhe became a colonel in the Parliamentary. Sir Hardress Waller (c. – ; also spelled Hardresse), cousin of Sir William Waller, was an English parliamentarian of note who was condemned to death for his part in the regicide of Charles life was spared owing to the efforts of his friends and he was instead condemned to life imprisonment.

The victoriovs and fortunate proceedings of Sir William Waller and his forces in Wales and other places since they left Malmsbury: with the true manner of his taking Highnam and commanders and gentlemen, and common prisoners well armed: also how hee beate up Prince Maurice his quarters brake thorow his army and came safe to Gloster, from whence he sent Lieutenant Colonell Massey to.

Vindication of the character and conduct of Sir William Waller, knight explanatory of his conduct in taking up arms against King Charles the First by Waller, William, Sir.

Publication date Topics Great Britain -- History Charles I, Publisher London: Printed for J. DebrettPages:   Lifelong friends Sir Ralph Hopton and Sir William Waller were now to be enemies.

During the month leading up to their first major confrontation at the Battle of Landsdown Hill, Sir Ralph wrote plaintively to his oldest friend requesting a meeting.

Sir William’s response was to decline the request but in heartfelt words that remain one of the. As it was sent in a letter from Sir William Waller, and Sir Arthur Haslerig, and read in both Houses of Parliament, April Die Sabbathi, 15 Aprilis, Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliameut [sic], that this letter shall bee forthwith printed and published.

John Browne Cler. Parliamento. Wallis, John, For a brief period, Essex and Waller co-operated, but this did not last, and after Charles gave them the slip and marched his army to Worcester, they decided to split, leaving Waller alone to chase the king.

Even so, when the two sides came to battle, (Cropredy Bridge, 29 June ), Waller slightly outnumbered Charles (9, to 8,). Waller's Army: The Regiments of Sir William Waller's Southern Association [Spring, Laurence, Hall, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Waller's Army: The Regiments of Sir William Waller's Southern Association5/5(1). Buy Waller's Army: The Regiments of Sir William Waller's Southern Association by Spring, Laurence, Hall, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).

Sir William Waller (c. – 19 September ) was an English soldier during the English Civil War. He received his education at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, and served in the Venetian army and in the Thirty Years' War. William Prynne ( – 24 October ) was an English lawyer, author, polemicist, and political figure.

He was a prominent Puritan opponent of the church policy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William gh his views on church polity were presbyterian, he became known in the s as an Erastian, arguing for overall state control of religious matters. Filed under: England and Wales -- Army -- History -- 17th century.

Three letters from the Lord General Monck, Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland and one of the commissioners by act of Parliament for the government of the army of this commonwealth viz.

to. William Prynne ( – 24 October ) was an English lawyer, author, polemicist, and political figure. He was a prominent Puritan opponent of the church policy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William views on church polity were presbyterian, but he became known in the s as an Erastian, arguing for overall state control of religious matters.

Vindication of the Character and Conduct of Sir William Waller, Knight, Explanatory of His Conduct in Taking Up Arms Against King Charles the First: Manuscript. with an Introduction By [Waller ?, William Sir] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Vindication of the Character and Conduct of Sir William Waller, Knight, Explanatory of His Conduct in Taking Up Arms Format: Paperback. Synopsis Sir Waller has been largely neglected in histories of the English Civil War; yet inwhen Waller had commanded a Parliamentary army for over two years, Oliver Cromwell was still one of his subordinates.

Besides containing a continuous narrative of Waller's campaigns, this 5/5(1). Sir John Byrons Relation to the secretary, of the last westerne action between the Lord Willmott and Sir William Waller on Thirsday, J with a list of both their forces, and of their losses.

Evelyn, John, Sir, / []. Sir William Waller (c. – 19 September ) was an English soldier and politician, who commanded Parliamentary armies during the First English Civil War, before relinquishing his commission under the Self-denying Ordinance.

Elected MP for Andover inthenin June he was one of the Eleven Members accused of destabilising the : c.Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent, England. Robert James Waller has 24 books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert James Waller’s most popular book is The Bridges of Madison County. Sir Hardress Waller, c New Model Army officer with interests in Ireland; he was imprisoned for life at the Restoration for his role in the regicide.

H ardress Waller was the son of George Waller of Groombridge in Kent, and Mary, daughter of Richard Hardress. He was knighted by King Charles I in and married Elizabeth Dowdall, the. It’s interesting that in January the king was still receiving petitions asking him to return to London and his parliament.

A Parliamentary committee even visited Oxford whe.Size of the armies at the Battle of Lansdown Hill: The Royalist army comprised 1, horse in Prince Maurice’s Regiment, the Earl of Carnarvon’s Regiment and Sir James Hamilton’s Regiment, 1, foot and 11 cannon in the force brought from Oxford by Prince Maurice and the Marquis of Hertford with Sir Ralph Hopton’s 3, Cornish foot, horse, dragoons and 5 cannon from the West.Waller recovered his lease of the prizage, with arrears frombut received no other reward.

He stood for Honiton in on the interest of his son-in-law Sir William Courtenay, but without success. He was reported among the congregation of a fashionable London conventicle in January