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letter sent from aboard ... the Prince of Wales to the royalists in Kent.

letter sent from aboard ... the Prince of Wales to the royalists in Kent.

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Written in English


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John Colepeper of Bedgebery, 1st Baron Culpeper of Thoresway (c. – 11 June ) was an English politician who was an influential counsellor of King Charles I during the English Civil War and of King Charles II in exile. The notable Gilbert family arose among the Cornish People, a race with a rich Celtic heritage and an indomitable fighting spirit who inhabited the southwest of surnames were well-known during the English medieval period, Cornish People originally used only a single name. The way in which hereditary surnames came into common use is interesting.

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Letter sent from aboard ... the Prince of Wales to the royalists in Kent Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A letter sent from aboard His Highnesse the Prince of VVales to the Royalists in Kent: declaring the sense and resolution of the Royall Navie, concerning the Lord Generall Fairfax. Lieut. Gen. Cromwel, and the Independant party.

Also, a letter from the right honorable the House of Peers, to His Highnesse the Prince of Wales, concerning the Kings Majesty. A letter sent from aboard His Highnesse the Prince of VVales to the Royalists in Kent:: declaring the sense and resolution of the Royall Navie, concerning the Lord Generall Fairfax.

Lieut. Gen. Cromwel, and the Independant party. Jane Whorwood, née Ryder ( – September ) was a Royalist agent during the English Civil managed circulation of intelligence, as well as smuggling of funds to sustain the Royalist faction.

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COLEPEPER, JOHN COLEPEPER (or Culpepper), 1st Baron (d. ), English politician, was the only son of Sir John Colepeper of Wigsell, Sussex.

He began his career in military service abroad, and came first into public notice at home through his knowledge of country affairs, being summoned often before the council board to give evidence on such matters. Sad News from the County of Kent, viz, shewing how armed, resolute, desperate fellows plundered Sir Nicholas Crisps house, after they had set a watch over his servants, at twelve a clock at night, July the and carried them to the water-side to be transported to Dunkirk.

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Edward the Confessor (c) employed a German goldsmith named Theoderic for some of his coinage design; so it is certainly.Sir John Culpeper, first baron Culpeper of Thoresway, (and the First Lord Culpeper) was baptised in Salehurst, August 7,as 'Johanes Colepeper, filius Mri Thomae, armigeri'; was named by his maternal grandmother, Dame Margaret Slaney in her will .