A History Of England Principally In The Seventeenth Century (volume 6) by Leopold Von RankeA History Of England Principally In The Seventeenth Century (volume 6) by Leopold Von Ranke

A History Of England Principally In The Seventeenth Century (volume 6)

byLeopold Von Ranke

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1875. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... in negotiations between England and France (? 1525), i. 120, 122. Ginkel, Godert de, general, after-wards (1692) baron Aghrim and earl of Athlone, suppresses a mu-tiny against William III (1689', iv. 521; receives the chief com-mand of William's forces in Ire-land C1691), v. 26; victorious at Aghrim (1691).27-28; marches to attack Galway, v. 29; crosses the Shannon near Limerick, v. 29-30; obliges the Irish to capi-tulate (1691), v. 31, vi. 167; re-ceives a grant of landed property in Ireland, v. 205. Gladstones, George, archbishop of St. Andrew's (1607-1615), for-bearing towards the Presbyte-rians, ii. 71. Glamorgan, Edward Somerset, carl of, afterwards second mar-quess of Worcester, emissary of Charles I in treating with the Irish Catholics (1645), ii. 440, cp. iii. 41. Glanville, Sir John, speaker of the House of Commons in the Short Parliament (1640), is op-posed to granting subsidies to Charles I in lieu of ship-money, ii. 194. Glasgow, city of, votes an address of thanks to Hamilton for the concessions of Charles I (1638), ii. 109-1I0; a General Assembly held there, ii. 112; which pro-tests against and disregards its dissolution, ii. 115: and votes for the abolition of Episcopacy, ibid.; its resolutions maintained by the Scots (1639), ii. 171. Glencoe, Alexander Mac Ian or Macdonald of, mentioned in the Grameis, iv. 548; massacre of (1692), v. 40. Glendower, Owen, a Welsh prince (1404-1414), i. 83. Glengarry, Alexander Macdonell of, takes part in Highland risings in favour of James II (1689), iv. 547'549. 552, and of his son (1715), v. 373-Gloucester, Thomas, duke of, leader of the English nobles op-posed to Richard II (1386-1387), 1.77; his death (1397), i. 95. Gloucester, the city of, besieged by Charles I (1643), iii. 378. Godolphin, Sir W1lliam, Englis...
Title:A History Of England Principally In The Seventeenth Century (volume 6)Format:PaperbackDimensions:250 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.53 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217152368

ISBN - 13:9780217152365

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