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Date of publication To cart. Questions about product wish list Please login to add products to the wish list. OutOfStock A revolt broke out in Ireland. A Catholic rebellion broke out in Ulster and quickly spread across the country. Many Protestant settlers were driven from their homes and the rebellion became war. Charles instructed his attorney-general to issue a charge of treason against one peer and five members of the Commons including Pym and Hampden. When Parliament refused to recognise the charge, Charles sent a troop of horsemen to make the arrests.

However, Parliament had been warned and the five men had fled. Charles removed himself and his family from Whitehall to Hampton Court. Charles sent his wife Henrietta Maria to the Continent to enlist Catholic support for his cause against Parliament. She was also to pawn the crown jewels to buy arms.

Although both sides were now preparing for war, negotiations continued. This allowed Parliament to take control of the Militia, virtually the only armed body in the country.


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Charles tried to secure an arsenal of equipment left in Hull from his Scottish campaign. He was blocked by Sir John Hotham, with parliamentary and naval support and was forced to retire to York. Charles made his headquarters in York.

The Nineteen Propositions were issued by Parliament in the hopes of reaching a settlement with the King. They called for a new constitution recognising their own supremacy; demanded that ministers and judges should be appointed by parliament not by the King and also that all Church and military matters should come under the control of Parliament. Charles raised his standard at Nottingham formally declaring war. However, both sides hoped that either war could be averted or that one decisive battle would put an end to the matter.

In the early afternoon, Charles sent his army down the hill to meet the Parliamentary army commanded by Essex. The battle was a stalemate with neither side able to advance. The Royalists led by Prince Rupert managed to surprise and capture Brentford. However, the following day Rupert was surprised to find his route to the city of London barred at Turnham Green by Essex and an army of some 24, The Royalist commander decided to retire rather than fight. The Royalists were the first to charge but there was no counter-charge.

Parliament won the battle. This was the largest single battle of the Civil War involving 45, men. The Royalists were sandwiched between two Parliamentary forces.

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The Parliamentarians broke their siege on Oxford and forced the Royalists into battle. The Scots handed Charles over to parliament. He was imprisoned in Holdenby House, Northamptonshire. You must have Javascript enabled to ask and answer questions Your question and answer privileges have been disabled. You must log in to view questions and answers on this listing. We recommend reading questions before you make any purchases.

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