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The life and reigne of King Charls, or, The pseudo-martyr discovered with a late reply to an invective remonstrance against the Parliament and present government : together with some animadversions on the strange contrariety between the late Kings publick declarations ... compared with his private letters, and other of his expresses not hitherto taken into common observation.

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Published by Printed for W. Reybold ... in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Charles -- I, -- King of England, -- 1600-1649,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, 1625-1649.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPseudo-martyr discovered, Pseudo-martyr discovered.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 155:9.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[28], 228 p.
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16768660M

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The life and reigne of King Charls, or, The pseudo-martyr discovered with a late reply to an invective remonstrance against the Parliament and present government: together with some animadversions on the strange contrariety between the late Kings publick declarations compared with his private letters, and other of his expresses not hitherto taken into common observation. The life and reigne of King Charls, or, The pseudo-martyr discovered with a late reply to an invective remonstrance against the Parliament and present government: together with some animadversions on the strange contrariety between the late Kings publick declarations compared with his private letters, and other of his expresses not hitherto taken into common : John Milton. This is the first in a two-volume work that lends a greatly detailed history of the reign of King Charles I of England from his sickly youth and the death of his older brother, to his secret. Get this book in print cause character Charles Church circumstance civil Clarendon close command Commons conduct considered Council Court Cromwell desired discovered Earl enemy England English evidence expressed extraordinary favour feelings force formed France French friends Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles the First, King.

The history of King Charles, by H:L: Esqr. [i.e Hamon L'Estrange]. Signed: G. Faithorne. f Printers' names from Wing CD: Francis Leach and John Grismond The history extends to only The reply to the Observations of Peter Heylyn has special t.p.: The observator observed, or, Animadversions upon the Observations on the history of King Charles.   Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles the First, King of England by Isaac Disraeli. Publication date Publisher H. Colburn Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the. King Charles the Martyr, or Charles, King and Martyr, is a title of Charles I, who was King of England, Scotland and Ireland from until his execution on 30 January The title was used by high church Anglicans who regarded Charles's execution as a feast day in the Anglican calendar of saints is 30 January, the anniversary of his execution in This is a romantic adventure novel about a love story between farmer John and Lorna. A beautiful girl was kidnapped by robbers in her childhood. Everything happened in England during the reign of King Charles the Second. It was a difficult period for the country, when wars between feudal lords set the tone for life of ordinary people. The author wrote this book based on real historical events.

Milton, John, The life and reigne of King Charls, or, The pseudo-martyr discovered with a late reply to an invective remonstrance against the Parliament and present government: together with some animadversions on the strange contrariety between the late Kings publick declarations compared with his private letters, and other of his. Charles V spent his reign trying to maintain the integrity of the Holy Roman Empire against the many forces that sought to undermine it. An emerging Protestantism proved to be one of the biggest internal threats. Although the papacy lent Charles V military and fiscal aid in the fight against the Protestants, it was occasionally a thorn in the emperor’s side, particularly when it was allied. A very readable biography of a fascinating king, and a decent introduction to the politics and religious issues of the Restoration period. The mini-series Charles II: The Power and the Passion (heavily edited and renamed The Last King in the US) appears to have been influenced by this book - Rufus Sewell mentions that he used the book as his guide for his portrayal of Charles.4/5(36).   Buy The White King: Charles I, Traitor, Murderer, Martyr 1st Edition by de Lisle, Leanda (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: