3 edition of Anglia rediviva found in the catalog.
|Statement||collected from the best historians by Mr. Dunstar|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 867:3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 131,  p|
|Number of Pages||131|
Lisle was present at Naseby, and the plan of that battle shows his ‘tertia’ stationed on the king's left centre (Sprigge, Anglia Rediviva, , p. 39). He was knighted by Charles at Oxford on 21 Dec. , and is described as being then master of the king's household (Walkeley, New Cat. of Dukes, Knights, &c., , p. ). Clarke acted as secretary to the commissioners who negotiated the surrender of Oxford in June, , and to those who Edition: current; Page: [viii] tried to arrange terms between the Parliament and the Army in July, (Sprigge, Anglia Rediviva, ed. , p. ; Rushworth, vi. ).
Both his requests were granted (Commons' Journals, v. ), and Morgan became captain in Ireton's regiment of horse (Sprigge, Anglia Rediviva, ed. , p). Various grievances existed at the time in the regiment, and the officers, knowing that Morgan could rely on the favour of Fairfax, asked him to forward a petition to the general (his. Anglia Rediviva England's Recovery; Being the History of the Motions, Actions, The Book of Indian Battles, From the Landing of the Pilgrims in to the End of King Philip's War Containing Many Descriptive Anecdotes and Incidents of a Truthful and Entertaining Character .
3: Ireland, Summer Society, War and Allegiance in the Three Kingdoms, The Outbreak of the English Civil War: August September The Wars of the Three Kingdoms: September August Anglia Rediviva: September January The Rise of the New Model Army: February-December The Second Civil War and the English. Anglia Rediviva; or, The title to this book continues’ ‘Being the History of the Motions, Actions, and Successes of the Army under the Immediate Conduct of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, Kt. Captain-General Of all the Parliament’s Forces IN ENGLAND.’ ‘Compiled for the.
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Anglia rediviva: England's recovery: being the history of the motions, actions, and successes of the army under the immediate conduct of Sir Thomas Fairfax Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : Joshua Sprigg or Sprigge (Banbury, –) was an English Independent theologian and acted as chaplain to Sir Thomas Fairfax, general for the Parliamentarians, and wrote or co-wrote the book Anglia Rediviva, a history of the part played up to that time by Fairfax's army in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms.
He studied at New Inn Hall, Oxford, and took an M. at the Authority control: GND:ISNI:. Anglia Rediviva ; Englands Recovery: Being the History of the Motions, Actions, and Successes of the Army Under the Immediate Conduct of His Excellency Sr.
Thomas Fairfax, Kt. Captain-general of All the Parliaments Forces in England. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sprigg, Joshua, Anglia rediviva. Gainesville, Fla., Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, Anglia Rediviva Hardcover – January 1, by Joshua (ed.) Sprigge (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover, "Please retry" — Author: Joshua (ed.) Sprigge. Anglia Rediviva was originally written in by Joshua Sprigge who was Sir Thomas Fairfax's personal chaplain whilst he was the commander Anglia rediviva book the New Model Army.
The book relates to the forming of the Anglia rediviva book through to the surrender of the last Royalist Garrison on the mainland.
Anglia Rediviva: England's Recovery: Being the History of the Motions, Actions, and Successes of the Army Under the Immediate Conduct of Sir Thomas Fairfax, Kt. Nathaniel Fiennes. University Press, - Great Britain - pages.
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About this Book Catalog Record Details. Anglia redivia; Englands recovery () by Joshua Sprigge. Sprigg, Joshua, View full catalog record. Abstract. Inan army chaplain, Joshua Sprigge, published a book praising the exploits of Fairfax and his men.
He called it Anglia Rediviva — England’s recovery. Sprigge drew heart from the New Model’s victories, seeing in them a re-affirmation of English valour and the national : David Scott. Anglia rediviva, or, Englands recovery: being the history of the motions, actions and successes of the army under the immediate conduct of his Excellency Sr.
Thomas Fairfax, Kt by SPRIGGE, Joshua. London: Printed by R.W. for John Patridge, FIRST EDITION. Full-page woodcut of Fairfax's coat of arms, large folding plates of Fairfax's army at the Battle of Naseby, folding table, but.
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A strategic plan for the Battle of Naseby, a key event of the first English Civil War, was published in the book Anglia Rediviva (; “England's Recovery”).
He was the author of some political works, “ Anglia Rediviva,” a folio volume, containing the history of the army under Fairfax, and published in ; and “Certain Considerations tendered to the Consideration of the High Court of Justice for Trial of the King,” His theological works are chiefly sermons.Buy Anglia rediviva: no defence of the aristocratic party, but of the King and people, mutually restored to their constitutional action, with the country and the blessings of it's free government by Multiple Contributors, See Notes (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : See Notes Multiple Contributors.Clarke acted as secretary to the commissioners who negotiated the surrender of Oxford in June,and to those who tried to arrange terms between the Parliament and the Army in July, (Sprigge, Anglia Rediviva, ed.p.
; Rushworth, vi. ).