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1, Members of the English Civil War Society will re-enact the battle.
2, Royalist forces during the English Civil War (1619-1682).
3, The English Civil War is also called the Puritan Revolution.
4, But that's not the outcome of the English Civil War.
5, More than 100 years after the English civil war, for instance, any prelate who was "enthusiastic" about religion attracted censure and suspicion.
6, During the English Civil War the Channel Isle of Jersey remained loyal to the Crown and gave sanctuary to the King.
7, The English Civil War not only overthrew feudal system in England but also shook the foundation of the feudal rule in Europe.
8, He was writing during the English Civil War, and his message seemed believable.
9, The English Civil War, the Thirty Years' War, in which in parts of central Europe a quarter of the population disappeared, were killed, murdered in ways that I will unfortunately show you in a while.
10, A supporter of the Long Parliament during the English Civil War and the Commonwealth; a Roundhead.
11, Charles I raised his standard here in '42, marking the beginning of the English Civil War.
12, Sited on a sandstone outcrop, Nottingham Castle was rebuilt as a duke's mansion in the 1670s after the original structure had been destroyed during the English Civil War.
13, She seemed to possess a detailed understanding of the causes and development of the English Civil War. Her comprehension of 17th.
14, Epidemics occurred throughout Europe from the 16th to the 19th centuries, and occurred during the English Civil War, the Thirty Years' War and the Napoleonic Wars.
15, Scottish Covenanter who changed allegiance(1643) and led a force of Highlanders in a series of military victories on behalf of Charles I during the English Civil War.
16, Then from the 19th Century there is an early example of a manufactured iron nail, and from the English Civil War,(http://sentencedict.com/english civil war.html) a solid cannon ball.
17, However, sooner or later the topic came around to the 17th. Century, The English Civil War, and of then, always Charles the First.
18, Hobbes was the tutor to a royal household who followed the King into exile during the English Civil War.
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