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Background imageRoyalist Collection: Illustrated London News Accession of George VI, 1936 cover

Illustrated London News Accession of George VI, 1936 cover
Front cover of the Illustrated London News, Accession Number reporting on the abdication of King Edward VIII and the accession of his younger brother, Albert

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Events / Britain / Civil War

Events / Britain / Civil War
WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE YOUR FATHER. Parliamentary supporters interrogate the child of a Royalist

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Harlech Castle

Harlech Castle, Wales, was built by King Edward I (1239 - 1307) on the site of an older building. The last Royalist castle to hold out for Charles I in the English Civil War

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Old man in Stoke pub -1

Old man in Stoke pub -1
An elderly man sits in the bar of a working class pub in Staffordshire. He has a half pint of mild ale. It is early doors and there is a portrait of the Queen on the wall - 1 Date: 1987

Background imageRoyalist Collection: First English Civil War: Siege of Lathom House, 1644

First English Civil War: Siege of Lathom House, 1644
Royalist stronghold Lathom House in Lancashire defies Parlimentarian pressure and raises the royal standard. The ensuing siege lasted three months, but was eventually lifted

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Battle of Ayacucho 1824

Battle of Ayacucho 1824
ALABES, Fidencio (19th century). Battle of Ayacucho. Battle on the 9th December 1824. General Sucre defeats the royalist

Background imageRoyalist Collection: James Graham (1612-1650)

James Graham (1612-1650)
James Graham 1st Marquis of Montrose (1612-1650) royalist military

Background imageRoyalist Collection: 1902 Coronation Birds Custard Powder advertisement

1902 Coronation Birds Custard Powder advertisement
A patriotic advertisement for Birds Custard Powder placed in the Coronation Number of The Graphic celebrating the Coronation of King Edward VII and featuring a crown on top of a packet. Date: 1902

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Battle of Naseby

Battle of Naseby
THE BATTLE OF NASEBY The Royalist army is defeated by the larger Parliamentarian forces at the decisive Battle of Naseby

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Sir Edward Lake

Sir Edward Lake
Sir EDWARD LAKE royalist soldier and statesman with his autograph

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Old man in Stoke pub - 2

Old man in Stoke pub - 2
An elderly man sits in the bar of a working class pub in Staffordshire. He has a half pint of mild ale. It is early doors and there is a portrait of the Queen on the wall - 2 Date: 1987

Background imageRoyalist Collection: English Royalists 1640-9

English Royalists 1640-9
English Royalist soldiers: doublet & breeches, lace falling collars, lace-edged boot hose tops, bucket-top boots, plumed hats, cloak

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Battle of Edgehill

Battle of Edgehill, the rising of the people in defence of liberty. Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, leading the Royalist cavalry. Date: 23 October 1642

Background imageRoyalist Collection: James Graham Montrose

James Graham Montrose
JAMES GRAHAM, marquis of MONTROSE - royalist soldier and statesman, did his best to subdue Scotland for Charles but defeated and hanged. with his autograph

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Sir John Oglander

Sir John Oglander
SIR JOHN OGLANDER deputy-governor of the Isle of Wight, whose royalist sympathies and loyalty to Charles I got him into trouble with the Commonwealth. Date: 1585 - 1655

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Robert Earl Yarmouth

Robert Earl Yarmouth
ROBERT PASTON, first earl of YARMOUTH royalist statesman who served and entertained Charles II with his autograph

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Marmaduke Langdale

Marmaduke Langdale
SIR JOHN NORRIS military commander who spent his life fighting Englands enemies here, there and everywhere. with his autograph

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Oliver Cromwell removing the mace from the Commons

Oliver Cromwell removing the mace from the Commons Chamber and dissolving the Rump Parliament in 1653. Behind him, a group of Roundheads arrest a cavalier. Take away that Bauble

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, leading the Royalist cavalry at

Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, leading the Royalist cavalry at the Battle of Edgehill, Warwickshire, 23 October 1642, during the English Civil War (1642-1646). Date: 1642

Background imageRoyalist Collection: David Leslie, 1st Lord Newark, Royalist General

David Leslie, 1st Lord Newark, Royalist General
David Leslie, 1st Lord Newark (c1600-1682). He fought on behalf of Sweden, Russia, the Scottish Covenanters and the Scottish Royalists. Date: 17th century

Background imageRoyalist Collection: The Breed of the Treshams by John Rutherford

The Breed of the Treshams by John Rutherford touring to the Theatre Royal, Manchester on 8th May 1905. Scene showing the fight in Act II, in which Reresby keeps mutineers in the Royalist army at bay

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Siege of Basing House, Hampshire

Siege of Basing House, Hampshire
The Siege of Basing House, near Basingstoke, Hampshire, during the English Civil War. It was a Parliamentary victory. Date: between 1643 - 1645

Background imageRoyalist Collection: SIR EDMUND FORTESCUE

SIR EDMUND FORTESCUE Royalist military commander, died in exile in Holland after the death of Charles I. Date: 1610 - 1647

Background imageRoyalist Collection: BONCHAMP DIES 1793

BONCHAMP DIES 1793
Bonchamp (or Bonchamps), Royalist Vendeean leader, dies at Cholet. Date: 1793

Background imageRoyalist Collection: ROYAL TOUR 1947

ROYAL TOUR 1947
ROYAL TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA & RHODESIA: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth pay homage to the war dead at the Gate of Memory, near the Cenotaph, Gardiner Street, Durban. Date: 1947

Background imageRoyalist Collection: JAMES DUKE HAMILTON

JAMES DUKE HAMILTON
JAMES, third marquis and first duke of HAMILTON (1606 - 1649), Royalist soldier and statesman who supported Charles I and in so doing signed his own death warrant

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Sir Thomas Dalyell of the Binns, 1st Baronet, Scottish Royalist General in the Wars of

Sir Thomas Dalyell of the Binns, 1st Baronet, Scottish Royalist General in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, entering Edinburgh with Covenanter prisoners taken at the Battle of Rullion Green

Background imageRoyalist Collection: White doeskin cavalier glove worn by Captain Lench at the Battle of Worcester

White doeskin cavalier glove worn by Captain Lench at the Battle of Worcester, 3 September 1651, marking the end of the English Civil War (1642-1651). Date: 1651

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Death of Lucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland, fighting on the Royalist side in the First

Death of Lucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland, fighting on the Royalist side in the First Battle of Newbury, Berkshire, 20 September 1643, during the English Civil War (1642-1651). Date: 1643

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Balmes House

Balmes House
View of Balmes House, Hoxton, in 1750, formerly the residence of Sir George Whitmore (d.1654), an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1631

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Tombs of Royalist Richard Penderel and poet George Chapman

Tombs of Royalist Richard Penderel and poet George Chapman
Tombs of Royalist Richard Penderel (d.1671) and poet George Chapman (1559-1634) in the churchyard of St. Giles in the Fields

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Guy, Earl of Warwick, from a basso-relievio in Warwick Lane

Guy, Earl of Warwick, from a basso-relievio in Warwick Lane. Crusader hero killed the Danish champion, the giant Colbrand, for Athelstan of England

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Charles I raises his standard at Nottingham, 1642

Charles I raises his standard at Nottingham, 1642
Opening scene of the English Civil War - Charles I raises his standard at Nottingham. 1642

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Female royalist Spanish troops 1875

Female royalist Spanish troops 1875
Three sketches of female Alphonsist vivandieres from different regiments, shortly after the restoration of the Bourbon monarchy under Alphonso XII in Spain, December 1874. Date: 1875

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Evening party at Coblentz

Evening party at Coblentz (between rue Taitbout and rue Neuve-Lepelletier, Paris). A group of women and children (including a black woman)

Background imageRoyalist Collection: French Revolution, 13th Vendemiaire, 5 October 1795

French Revolution, 13th Vendemiaire, 5 October 1795
French Revolution - 13th Vendemiaire, 5 October 1795, a battle between the French Revolutionary troops and Royalist forces in the streets of Paris, and a success for General Napoleon Bonaparte. 1795

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford

Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford (1593-1641), English statesman, supporter of King Charles I. early 17th century

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Proclamation of King Charles II of England, in which he promised a general pardon for

Proclamation of King Charles II of England, in which he promised a general pardon for crimes committed during the English Civil War and the Interregnum for all those who recognised. Date: 4 April 1660

Background imageRoyalist Collection: MARSEILLAIS IN A FIGHT

MARSEILLAIS IN A FIGHT
Republican Federes from Marseille get into a fight with royalist supporters in the Champs Elysees. Support for the king can still be found even in Paris. Date: 30 July 1792

Background imageRoyalist Collection: VENDEEANS DROWNED

VENDEEANS DROWNED
The Noyades [drownings] de Nantes - Republican general Carrier orders priests and royalist sympathisers taken out onto the Loire in barges and drowned. Date: February - May 1794

Background imageRoyalist Collection: ROYALIST DEFENDS HERSELF

ROYALIST DEFENDS HERSELF
A shopkeeper of Saint-Mithier defends her royalist sympathies when her shop is invaded by Republicans, by holding a pistol over a barrel of gunpowder. Date: 1794

Background imageRoyalist Collection: TWO BULL DOGS / 1944

TWO BULL DOGS / 1944
WALTONIAN LION HEART(dark) and WALTONIAN ROYALIST(light) These two bulldogs stand nose to nose. Date: 1940

Background imageRoyalist Collection: FALL / CAVALIER / 1948

FALL / CAVALIER / 1948
ROYALIST OF VEREN Black & Tan. Owner: Rennie. Date: 1948

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Fall - Bulldog - 1945

Fall - Bulldog - 1945
WALTONIAN LIONHEART ROYALIST Date: 1945

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Rupert at Edgehill

Rupert at Edgehill
Battle of EDGEHILL : Prince Ruperts charge which, though it did not bring a Royalist victory, prevented a Royalist defeat Date: 23 October 1642

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Napoleon at the Siege of Toulon, France

Napoleon at the Siege of Toulon, France
Napoleon at the Siege of Toulon -- this was an early Republican victory over a Royalist rebellion during the French Revolution. Date: September 1793

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Richard Lovelace in prison

Richard Lovelace in prison
(1617-1657). An English Royalist and poet. This is an artists impression of Lovelace imagining his poem To Althea, from Prison which was written by him in 1642 to encourage the Clergy Act 1640 to be

Background imageRoyalist Collection: Proclomation of Charles II

Proclomation of Charles II
An artists impression of Charles IIs Royalist supporters greeting him and to proclaim him as King. Date: 19th century



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