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The Battaile on Hopton-Heath in Staffordshire

The Battaile on Hopton-Heath in Staffordshire

betweene His Majesties forces under the Right Honourable the Earle of Northampton and those of the rebels, March 19 : together with a letter from the Lord Compton now Earle of Northampton

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Published by Printed by H. Hall in [Oxford] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Northampton, Spencer Compton, -- Earl of, -- 1601-1643,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649,
  • Staffordshire (England) -- History, Military

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 244:E.99, no. 18
    ContributionsNorthampton, James Compton, Earl of, 1622-1681
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 8 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18034320M

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    Historical description. Heath Town, a town and an ecclesiastical parish in Wolverhampton parish, Staffordshire. The town is 1 mile NW of Wolverhampton, on the Wysley and Essington Canal, and has a station on the M.R., and a post and money order office under . A survey of Staffordshire Containing, the antiquities of that county, with a description of Beeston-Castle in Cheshire. By Sampson Erdeswicke, To which are added, some Observations upon the possessors of monastery-lands in Staffordshire. By Sir Simon Degge, Knt. by: Erdeswicke, Sampson, d.

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The Battaile on Hopton Heath By far and away the most authorative and influential Royalist account of the action was the pamphlet published by Henry Hall at Oxford in lat April It bears the. English, Book, Illustrated edition: The Battell on Hopton-Heath in Staffordshire, betweene His Majesties forces under the Right Honourable the Earle of Northampton, and those of the rebels, March Together with a letter from the Lord Compton now Earle of Northampton.

Battaile on. The Battle of Hopton Heath, in Staffordshire, was a battle of the First English Civil War, fought on Sunday 19 March between Parliamentarian forces led by Sir John Gell, 1st Baronet and Sir William Brereton and a Royalist force under Spencer Compton, 2nd Earl of on: Hopton, Staffordshire.

KEY SOURCES Anon,Letter by a Royalist Eyewitness, published in the Staffordshire Record Society volume for Young, P,'The Battle of Hopton Heath, 19th March ', in Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, XXXIII This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment to the Selected Sources on 10/04/ After the outbreak of the Civil War, the Royalists withdrew loyal supporters from across the Midlands region in order to create a mobile field army.

However, this left the wider area vulnerable and in March a Parliamentary army moved to capture Stafford. A Royalist force was dispatched to stop them and defeated the Parliamentarians at the Battle of Hopton Heath ().

On 19th March the peaceful Staffordshire countryside was rocked by the boom of "Roaring Meg", a large field gun used by the Cavalier forces, and so. The Battaile on Hopton Heath in Staffordshire reported that the Earl of Northampton fought on valiantly after having been ‘unhorsed by the multitude’.

Answering that ‘he scorned The Battaile on Hopton-Heath in Staffordshire book take quarter from such base rogues & Rebels as they were’, he was cut down by a halberd blow to his head. The parliamentarians refused to return Northampton File Size: KB. The Battle of Hopton Heath A facsimile of a detailed and fascinating Royalist account of the Battle of Hopton Heath, fought just outside Stafford on 19 March Format: A4 pack Pages: 8, plus front cover Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service.

£ + p&p: Medium. Anti-Parliamentarian "Lord's Prayer". The Battle of Hopton Heath was a fought between Parliamentarian forces led by Sir John Gell, 1st Baronet and Sir William Brereton and a Royalist force under Spencer Compton, 2nd Earl of Northampton. It took place on Sunday the 19 March The events leading to this battle centered on the concerns of King Charles I over the royalist influence in y: England.

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Get this from a library. The Battaile on Hopton-Heath in Staffordshire, betweene His Majesties Forces under the Right Honourable the Earle of Northampton, and those of the Rebels, March Together with a Letter from the Lord [James] Compton, now Earle of Northampton [giving an account of the death of his father, Spencer Compton].

[James COMPTON, Earl of Northampton. The Battaile on Hopton-Heath in Staffordshire: betweene His Majesties forces under the Right Honourable the Earle of Northampton and those of the rebels, March together with a letter from the Lord Compton now Earle of Northampton.

Hopton Heath, or Hoptonheath, is a hamlet in south Shropshire, England. The border with Herefordshire is close by. It lies on the border of the civil parishes of Clungunford and Hopton Castle. Hopton Heath; Hopton Heath railway station, which the hamlet grew up around: Hopton nial county: Shropshire.

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And what is without doubt one of the absolute oddest, and potentially most disturbing, stories I have ever heard came from a family who, in an October interview with me, maintained that, inwhile driving near the site of the Battle of Hopton Heath, Staffordshire, England, they came across a shocking sight: namely, the badly Author: Nick Redfern.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Spencer Compton. Battle of Hopton Heath: | | | Battle of Hopton Heath | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the. The armies clashed mid-afternoon on 19th March at Hopton Heath, just outside Stafford.

Lying on the strategic supply route between the royalist capital of Oxford and the ports of Yorkshire, it was important to both sides to control Stafford and the Midlands. Battle of Hopton Heath 19th March After a period of relative inactivity over the winter, both sides in the Civil War sought to regain momentum in the field by the spring of By March the royalist garrison at Lichfield was under siege as the parliamentarians sought to break the royalist hold in the Midlands.Map of Battle of Hopton Heath in Staffordshire.Book Hopton Heath taxis online.

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