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  1. James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth, 1st Duke of Buccleuch, KG, PC (9 April 1649 – 15 July 1685) was a Dutch-born English nobleman and military officer.

  2. Jaime Scott, 1.º Duque de Monmouth KG PC (Roterdão, 9 de abril de 1649 – Londres, 15 de julho de 1685), também conhecido como Jaime Crofts ou Jaime Fitzroy, era filho natural do rei Carlos II de Inglaterra e de sua amante Lúcia Walter que seguiu com rei ao exílio depois da execução de Carlos I.

  3. Jacobo Scott, primer duque de Monmouth (Róterdam, Holanda, 9 de abril de 1649-Londres, Inglaterra, 15 de julio de 1685), era hijo natural del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra y de su amante Lucía Walter que siguió al rey en el exilio tras la ejecución de Carlos I de Inglaterra.

  4. Há 6 dias · James Scott, duke of Monmouth was a claimant to the English throne who led an unsuccessful rebellion against King James II in 1685. Although the strikingly handsome Monmouth had the outward bearing of an ideal monarch, he lacked the intelligence and resolution needed for a determined struggle for.

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  5. James Scott, Duke of Monmouth. After William Wissing, oil on canvas, James Scott, Duke of Monmouth (c. 1683). © National Portrait Gallery, London. James Scott (1649-1685) was the illegitimate son of Charles II (1630-1685) and Lucy Walter (1630?-1658), daughter of William Walter of Pembrokeshire.

  6. James Scott, 1º Duque de Monmouth, 1º Duque de Buccleuch, KG, PC (9 de abril de 1649 - 15 de julho de 1685) foi um nobre e militar inglês nascido na Holanda. Originalmente chamado de James Crofts ou James Fitzroy, ele nasceu em Rotterdam, na Holanda, o filho ilegítimo mais velho de Charles II da Inglaterra, Escócia e Irlanda com sua amante ...

  7. After 1665, Monmouth enjoyed a prominent military career, serving in the navy under his Catholic uncle James, Duke of York (1633-1701), and, in 1672, commanding the army that assisted Louis XIV (1638-1715) against the Dutch. In 1678 he was appointed general of all the land forces in Britain.