Tag Archives: Charles Stuart

The Fifth Monarchists

A timely article on England’s Parliamentary struggles following the English Civil War Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary, Dear Blog

Celebrating the anniversary of my blog and three notable dates in the English Civil War. Continue reading

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The Start

Being little more than a royal hostage, Charles II attempts to escape Perth to join his supporters in the Highlands. Continue reading

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Ann Fanshawe: A Memoir of Love

Once upon a time, there was a woman in the 17th Century who loved her husband very, very much. Her name was Ann Fanshawe. Continue reading

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The Execution of Charles I

Today is the 366th anniversary of the execution of King Charles I. I have ambivalent thoughts about this. To a degree, I feel some sentimentality, though this is fuelled by the romance of Alexandre Dumas’s novel Twenty Years After when two of the … Continue reading

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Finding the Fugitive King a Ship (Finale)

Where Charles II finally finds a ship to complete his six week Odyssey. Continue reading

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Looking for Me?

Today, I’m a guest of English Historical Fiction Authors. You can read about the history of infamous 17th Century highwayman, Captain Hind, in a new blog post titled The Royalist Highwayman. Come on over for a visit.

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