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  • 773388Q81506Charles I of EnglandCharles I of EnglandCharles I of EnglandCharles I (Daniel Mytens).jpg16001649Charles I was the second son of James VI of Scots
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  • painter, one of the ablest pupils of Vandyke, born in 1621, died at the Hague in 1656. He painted with so much rapidity, that Charles I. of England exclaimed
    721 bytes (105 words) - 17:20, 8 September 2011
  • paintings of particular merit. His busts were in so much request that Charles I. of England, being unable to have a personal interview with Bernini, sent him
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  • specimens bearing the heads of Faustina the Elder, Faustina the Younger, Lucilla, Charles I of England, and Charles XII of Sweden. Claus (d. 1739), Smart
    369 bytes (568 words) - 15:28, 30 January 2011
  • ‘The Letter which Pope Gregory XV wrote to Charles I of England concerning his marriage to the Infanta of Spain, and that Prince's Answer,’ which drew
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  • Lucaris, the patriarch of Constantinople, who presented it in 1628 to Charles I. of England. It was written on vellum, in double columns, condensed and unaccented
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  • with a whip at Newmarket, in presence of all the nobility, and he bore it with patience. King Charles II of England, when he entered into the second Dutch
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  • warrant of King Charles I  (1649)  Commissioners (or judges) at the trial of Charles I of England 1790123Death warrant of King Charles ICommissioners
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  • that he made him envoy to Charles I of England, to the exiled Charles II, and to Pope Innocent X (1650). The Queen of Portugal also sent him as envoy to
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  • to Charles I of England, translated Mengs's 'Essay of Painting' (2 vols. London, 1796), and received from Don Gabriel, infant of Spain, a copy of the
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  • Henderson ‎1891 HENRY, Duke of Gloucester (1639–1660), styled sometimes Henry of Oatlands, third son of Charles I of England and Henrietta Maria, was born
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  • and more jealously guarded. Such was their fame that the agents of Charles I. of England, at the time when he was collecting for Whitehall, went to Siena
    380 bytes (610 words) - 14:31, 29 December 2014
  • of Sports. King Charles the First's Declaration to His Subjects Concerning Lawful Sports to be Used on Sundays  (1633)  by Charles I of England
    972 bytes (1,678 words) - 22:51, 17 November 2012
  • Emperor) Charles VII. (Roman Emperor) Charles I. (King of England) Charles II. (King of England) Charles I. and II. (Kings of France) Charles III. (King of France)
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  • have been a prince of exceedingly high promise. In the next generation William II. married Mary, a daughter of Charles I. of England, so that the relatively
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  • Chalôns, 107, 158 Champ-de-Mars, Massacre of, 109 Champfleury, 77 Charleroi, 210, 211 Charles I of England, 222 Chollet, 128 Clerfayt, 206, 207, 209 Coblentz
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  • Primitive church of his Protestancy". Apparently this book was printed at Douai in 1627, and was dedicated to Charles I, King of England, in an "Epistle
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  • forced to flee to England, where he remained until Charles I made his second visit to Scotland. The dominant presbyterian party accused him of fomenting the
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  • Robert Devereux, third earl of Essex and leader of the Parliamentary forces 1642-45. 250 Charles: Charles I, king of England (1625-49). 263 pursuivants
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  • wife of Charles I of England. Except for the period of Ingle's Rebellion (1645-47) its government was controlled by Catholics from the landing of the first
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