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  1. 11 de jul. de 2024 · 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.

  2. 6 de jul. de 2024 · 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. Originally called James Crofts or James Fitzroy, he was born in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, the eldest illegitimate son of Charles II of England with his mistress Lucy Walter .

  3. 6 de jul. de 2024 · The execution of the Duke of Monmouth took place on Tower Hill, on 15 July 1685. The Duke had been found guilty of High Treason by Parliament days after news of his landing at Lyme reached Whitehall. At the same, a price of £5,000 was put on his head for his capture dead or alive.

  4. 6 de jul. de 2024 · The first Army was led by Archibald, 9th Earl of Argyll who landed in Scotland and became known as Argyll's Rising. The second Army was led by James, Duke of Monmouth who landed in England, to become known as the Pitchfork Rebellion....

  5. 9 de jul. de 2024 · It was a massacre of the mainly untrained smallholders and cloth workers who had rallied to the support of James Scott, duke of Monmouth, by troops of King James II led by Louis de Durfort, 2nd earl of Feversham, and John Churchill (afterward duke of Marlborough).

  6. Há 5 dias · James Scott's first coat of arms was initially granted in 1663 at the same time he was created Duke of Monmouth: [42] Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Ermine, on a Pile gules three Lions passant guardant or; 2nd and 3rd: Or, within a double Tressure flory counterflory gules, on an Inescutcheon azure, three Fleurs-de-Lys gold.

  7. warwalks.com › monmouth-rebellion-1685 › battle-ofBattle of Sedgemoor | Warwalks

    6 de jul. de 2024 · The Battle of Sedgemoor was the final act of the Monmouth Rebellion, fought early hours of 6 July 1685 near Bridgwater between the opposing armies of Feversham & Monmouth.