English Civil War

NOUN
  1. civil war in England between the Parliamentarians and the Royalists under Charles I; 1644-1648
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  • Most of the artefacts recovered during the excavations relate to the English Civil War sieges between 1644 and 1649 when Royalists held the castle against Oliver Cromwell's Parliamentarians.
  • English civil war in the reign of Charles I., who should duly have noted the signs precurrent and concurrent of those days, and should also have read the contemporary political pamphlets, coming thus prepared, could not have failed, after a corresponding study of the Theological Essays and Other Papers — Volume 2
  • Historians of the English Civil War tell us that the Parliamentary and Royalist sides did not divide equally on grounds of religion.
  • Dissent was a complex religious and intellectual tradition that owes its origins, in part, to the radical elements of the English Civil War such as the Levellers, who argued for greater equality.
  • This one was associated with various mill owners apparently although many were also part of the series of leftist political grouplets descended from the Levellers and others during the English Civil War.
  • Members of the English Civil War Society will re-enact the battle.
  • On Saturday June 19 the English Civil War Society is due to present a re-enactment of the Battle of Marlborough and the capture of the town by Royalist forces.
  • The English Civil War Society will re-enact the fierce fighting between Roundheads and Cavaliers with musketeers and pikemen in the High Street at 6pm on Saturday June 19 and 3pm on Sunday June 20.
  • The confrontation, dubbed by some ‘the last English civil war’ began in a field near the Orgreave coking plant and culminated in a charge by mounted police through the village of Orgreave.
  • Dissent was a complex religious and intellectual tradition that owes its origins, in part, to the radical elements of the English Civil War such as the Levellers, who argued for greater equality.
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