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letter from Generall Monck, November the 12th
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Monck died at Coley Park in December His funeral at St. Mary’s, Reading was marked by civic mourning In his will, dated 5 June , he confirmed the settlement of his real estate laid down by his father. He left his wife £, plus selected books and artifacts, and an annual allowance of £ from the rents of his property. 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.
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A letter of November 12 from General Monck: directed (& delivered) to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council of the city of London, inciting them and all true English-men, to give their assistance, for redemption of the almost lost liberties of England.
A letter from Generall Monck, November the 12th: directed and delivered to the Lord Maior, Court of Aldermen and Common-Council of the city of London, inviting them and all true English-men to give him assistance in his cordial uudertakings [sic] for the redemption of the liberties of the people of England.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(2). The letters themselves give a strong indication of harmonious co-operation. The pair, particularly Albemarle, had a significant influence of the development of naval battle tactics.
This period saw the genesis of the method of fighting fleet actions in a ‘line of battle’ that was to. This article is excerpted from the book, 'A History of the British Nation', by AD Innes, published in by TC & EC Jack, London.I picked up this delightful tome at a second-hand bookstore in Calgary, Canada, some years ago.
Since it is now more than 70 years since Mr Innes's death inwe are able to share the complete text of this book with Britain Express readers. Monck, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle, -English general and admiral, Commander-in-Chief of the Forces -half length, wood engraving, 19th century, Dunnottar Castle near Aberdeen in North East Scotland is a ruined cliff top fortress on a.
Monck was a career professional soldier who had fought on both sides during the English Civil War. However, byMonck believed that the country could best be served by the return of monarchy. George Monck was born on December 6 th,the second son of Sir Thomas Monck.
Who was George Monck. Monck as general [2. Monck as writer] George Monck was the English general who restored Britain's parliament in the spring ofbringing to a close nearly two decades of bitter civil war and religiousunder Monck's leadership, parliament enacted the restoration of the British monarchy, which had been suspended since the execution of King Charles I.
About Monck entered the Dutch service, serving in the regiment of the Earl of Oxford, which after Oxford's death became the regiment of George Goring [a regiment of English officers, soldiers and gentleman adventurers hired by the States General of the Dutch Republic to.
Thomas Monck. *South Carolina Gazette, OctoberThomas Monck was one of the few slave owners who branded their slaves. In an advertisement in the S. Gazette Mahe offered a reward of five pounds currency for the return of.
General George Monck is famous for the key role he played in the restoration of the monarchy in - his actions changed the course of British history. But his statesmanship in the dangerous time between the death of Cromwell and the bloodless return of Charles II distracts attention from his extraordinary career as a soldier and general.
His letters to Monck, together with the letters of two other officers who had served under Monck, give an excellent account of the campaign (pp. ,). One of these officers was probably Joachim Hane, the engineer employed to fortify Mardyke (pp.).
A sober letter of General Monck's unto the commander in chiefe, and officers in Ireland: with another letter from an officer of the army there, wherein the genrall doth declare his own, and the armies resolution, to adhere to their first declaration, notwithstanding the agreement of his commissioners at London, it being contrary to the instructions given them to act by.
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 Members of Parliament for Camelford ina member of a landed gentry family of ancient origins but then-straitened financial circumstances.
Sir Thomas's wife and George's mother was Elizabeth Smith. Selections from the Papers of William Clarke, Secretary to the Council of the Army,and to General Monck and the Commanders of the Army in Scotland,ed. C.H Book of Army Declarations, p.
12 explaining that the letter of November 5 was not intended to mean that the Council opposed Parliament’s sending any further. MONCK or MONK, GEORGE, first Duke of Albemarle (–), born 6 Dec.
at Potheridge, near Torrington in Devonshire, was the second son of Sir Thomas Monck, knt., by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir George Smith of Maydford in the same county (Gumble, Life of Monck, 8vo,p. 1; Visitation of Devonshire,ed.
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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.
The Monk: A Romance is a Gothic novel by Matthew Gregory Lewis, published in A quickly written book from early in Lewis's career (in one letter he claimed to have written it in ten weeks, but other correspondence suggests that he had at least started it, or something similar, a couple of years earlier), it was published before he turned twenty.
It is a prime example of the male Gothic. George Monck, 1st duke of Albemarle, English general who fought in Ireland and Scotland during the English Civil Wars and who was the chief architect of the Restoration of the Stuart monarchy infollowing 11 years of republican government.
Scion of a well-to-do Devon family, Monck served with. A week after Monck’s commissioners had concluded the treaty of Novem a letter was delivered to the Lord Mayor of London from Monck, urging the city to support him with all its strength in the work of restoring the Parliament, which Fleetwood and the officers regarded as a breach of the truce, or as a sign that the treaty was not.
Monck's brother Nicholas, a clergyman, brought to him the substance of Charles's letter. He bade his brother go back to his books, and refused to entertain any proposal. But when George Booth, 1st Baron Delamer, rose in insurrection in Cheshire for Charles II, so tempting did the opportunity seem that he was on the point of joining forces with.George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle, lived from 6 December to 3 January Also known as the Earl of Torrington, and Baron Monck of Potheridge, Beauchamp And Teyes, Monck was an English soldier who served as Cromwell's military governor in Scotland and who later brought about the restoration of Charles II.
The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline.