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- Journal of the History of Ideas 30 (April 1969): 261–271. Musée de Port-Royal Port-Royalists Published in Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition (1996)...
- Port Royal is the former capital city of Jamaica. Port Royal or Port Royale may also refer to: Port-Royal-des-Champs, an abbey near Paris, France, which...
- forces loyal to Parliament held every major port in England apart from Newcastle, which prevented Royalist areas in Wales, South-West and North-East England...
- Royalist was a Bellona-class (improved Dido-class) light cruiser of the Royal Navy during the Second World War. After commissioning in 1943, Royalist...
- port at which he could land his army in Ireland, and that he retained the capital city. With Admiral Robert Blake blockading the remaining Royalist fleet...
- and political machinations between Parliamentarians ("Roundheads") and Royalists ("Cavaliers"), mainly over the manner of England's governance and issues...
- TS Royalist is the name of two vessels. The original was a brig launched in 1971 and owned and operated as a sail training ship by the Marine Society &...
- victories and taking the port of Acapulco, then the towns Tixtla, Izúcar, and Taxco, Morelos was besieged for 72 days by royalist troops under Calleja at...
- navy could supply and reinforce the port and the garrison flooded wide areas around the city, while the Royalist detachments sent into Lincolnshire were...
- next day, the Royalist army descended from Edge Hill to force battle. After the Parliamentarian artillery opened a cannonade, the Royalists attacked. Both...