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royalist war effort in Devon, 1642-6

Ian Palfrey

royalist war effort in Devon, 1642-6

by Ian Palfrey

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of History.

Statementby Ian Palfrey.
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Open LibraryOL14833384M

"Royalist Officers, Oxford, ", Richard Scollins. For those who gravitated to the royal standard in late , on the other hand, little had happened to make that seem like the wrong decision. There was, of course, no fundamental difficulty for Charles in assuming an executive function. Military affairs were handled by Charles personally, with a. The Royalist war effort, [Ronald Hutton] -- In his new introduction to this second edition, Ronald Hutton places his vivid account of the royalist war effort into modern historical context, bringing the reader up-to-date with the recent.

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Royalist war effort in Devon, 1642-6 by Ian Palfrey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The English Civil War remains the most prolonged and traumatic example of internal violence in the history of the state. The Royalist War Effort, shows the build up to the outbreak of the war, detailing how the war was fought, and how, ultimately, it was won and lost.

In his new introduction to this second edition, Ronald Hutton places his vivid account of the Royalist war effort Cited by: The Royalist War Effort, In this reissue of the second edition of The Royalist War Effort, Ronald Hutton places his vivid account of the Royalist War effort in modern historical context, bringing the reader up to date with recent developments in the study of the English Civil War.

In this reissue of the second edition of The Royalist War Effort, Ronald Hutton places his /5(4). The Royalist War Effort, shows the build up to the outbreak of the war, detailing how the war was fought, and how, ultimately, it was won and lost.

In his new introduction to this second edition, Ronald Hutton places his vivid account of the Royalist war effort into modern historical context, bringing the reader up-to-date with recent developments in the study of the English civil by: Book Description In this reissue of the second royalist war effort in Devon of The Royalist War Effort, Ronald Hutton places his vivid account of the Royalist War effort in modern historical context, bringing the reader up to date with recent developments in the study of the English Civil War.

in the administrative and material tasks of war effort. The war in Shropshire was mainly fought between the opposing county-based forces, but with considerable external military support.

Similarly, fiscal and military assets were obtained locally and from much further afield. Attritional war in. The Book of Common Prayer abolished in favour of a Presbyterian Directory of Worship.

Charles, Prince of Wales, attempts to concentrate western Royalist forces at Tavistock in Devon. HGCW3: The Royalist War EffortRonald Hutton (London ) SA. In simple terms, most of Devon could have done without it but all of Devon found itself embroiled in the dark struggles of what turned out to be three English Civil Wars that claimed the lives of more than in armed conflicts andmore from war related diseases: this from a.

- Do you have ancestors from Devon. We can help you find them: See more ideas about World war two, Devon, World war pins. Devon is a county in south west England, bordering Cornwall to the west with Dorset and Somerset to the east.

There is evidence of occupation in the county from Stone Age times onward. Its recorded history starts in the Roman period when it was a was then a separate kingdom for a number of centuries until it was incorporated into early England. The Battle of Modburyby Stuart Peachey.

Booklet published by Stuart Press, 40 pages. A5 size booklet (N) From the introduction: In February Plymouth was under siege by the Cornish men of Devonshire gathered a substantial army by the standards of the time and at Modbury faced the covering royalist forces in the largest battle in Devon during the war.

The royalist command in Cornwall was held by Ralph Hopton featured at the start of this post with his wife Elizabeth. In he and his men had driven the Parliamentarians from Launceston. Whilst Hopton was unable to secure Devon at this time, Cornwall was firmly royalist.

The South-West, I n JulyKing Charles commissioned the Marquis of Hertford lieutenant-general of the six south-western counties of Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Somerset, Devon and Cornwall and sent him into the West with a Commission of Array and instructions to rally support for the Royalist cause.

Hertford intended to set up his headquarters at Bristol, but abandoned the plan in. what they considered to be an appropriate contribution to the war effort. Therefore, the choice to participate in the measures introduced in the name of war effort in Devon was not a binary one.

A tension between individual survival and national survival in the county was apparent in the encounters between Devon’s elite as agents of mobilization. The Royalist War Effort, shows how such a war was achieved and sustained, and how ultimately it was won and lost. In the introduction to this reissue of the second edition, Ronald Hutton places his vivid account of the Royalist War effort in modern historical context, bringing the reader up to date with recent developments in the study of the English Civil s: 2.

The Long Parliament called the Scots their ‘brethren’ and described the war against Scotland disparagingly as the ‘Bishops’ War’: a war fought on behalf of episcopacy, with its echoes of popery, against the Scottish Church to which most Puritan Parliamentarians looked.

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The Cornish-Royalist Army was formed by Sir Ralph Hopton in and although their first invasion of Devon in November – December ended in failure the army secured the Cornish side of Plymouth Sound which marked a serious reverse for Parliamentarian forces.

The land concerned lies a few miles from York, site of a Royalist garrison to which such a farmer would have been forced to contribute money for the previous two years. For the past three months it had been besieged by an army of nea men, some of whom would certainly have requisitioned supplies from the hero of the story.

The Royalist war effort [Ronald Hutton] Ronald Hutton places his account of the royalist war effort into modern historical context, Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Hutton. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Pre-war Oxfordshire; Life in Wartime.

Oxford Personalities; How Oxford is set up to manage the logistical challenges of war; How Oxfordshire helped finance the Royalist war effort: obtaining money; University wealth given in July ; Choosing Sides; Summer Military Manoeuvres; Summer Politics; Autumn Military Manouevres.

Buy The Royalist War Effort 2 by Ronald Hutton (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible g: Devon.The Royalist war effort [Ronald Hutton] Conclusions -- PART THREE The Royalist war effort -- CHAPTER EIGHT The machinery -- CHAPTER NINE The task -- CHAPTER TEN The Parliamentarian comparison -- PART FOUR The warlords -- CHAPTER ELEVEN Vavasour -- CHAPTER TWELVE Maurice, Byron and Gerard -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN Rupert -- PART FIVE.While the First, or 'Great', English Civil War of was largely contested at regional and county level, in often hard-fought and long-lasting local campaigns, historians often still continue to dwell on the well-known major battles, such as Edgehill and Naseby, and the prominent national s: 3.