Há 3 dias · Cromwell followed Charles into England, leaving George Monck to finish the campaign in Scotland. Monck took Stirling on 14 August and Dundee on 1 September.  The next year, 1652, saw a mopping up of the remnants of Royalist resistance, and under the terms of the " Tender of Union ", the Scots received 30 seats in a united Parliament in London, with General Monck as the military governor ...
22 de mai. de 2023 · This was particularly crucial when Oliver Cromwell died in September 1658, and his son Richard succeeded him as Lord Protector. As there was disagreement over whether Richard was named as his father’s successor, this, in turn, was reflected in public addresses created for Richard in late 1658 and early 1659.
6 de mai. de 2023 · 4 Oliver and Richard Cromwell served as lords protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland during the republican Commonwealth. 5 William and Mary, as husband and wife, reigned jointly until Mary's death in 1694. William then reigned alone until his own death in 1702. 6 George IV was regent from February 5, 1811.
7 de mai. de 2023 · Richard Cromwell (4 October 1626 – 12 July 1712) was the third son of Oliver Cromwell. He was the second ruling Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland, serving for just under nine months, from 3 September 1658 until 25 May 1659.
Há 3 dias · Sir Richard Cromwell died only four years after Thomas Cromwell. Gregory Cromwell had become a very wealthy man, having accumulated vast amounts of land, in addition to the land given to him by his father in 1538, through several royal grants.
3 de mai. de 2023 · Oliver Cromwell died on 3 September 1658, and Richard was informed on the same day that he was to succeed him. Some controversy surrounds the succession. A letter by John Thurloe suggests that Cromwell nominated his son orally on 30 August, but other theories claim either that he nominated no successor, or that he put forward Charles Fleetwood , his son-in-law.
16 de mai. de 2023 · A 17th century volume in the rare books collection of the University Libraries’ Department of Special Collections and University Archives is potentially linked to Richard Cromwell (1626-1712), second Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and son of Oliver Cromwell.