Oliver Cromwell

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The Age
Eight days: Your one-stop guide to the week ahead - October 22 to 29the second Globe Theatre is closed. The only way to reopen the theatre is for W
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
the second Globe Theatre is closed. The only way to reopen the theatre is for William Davenant to pen a propaganda play for Oliver Cromwell. Around the Globe in 60 Minutes explores the tumultuous history of the Globe. Until Nov 12, today, 10.30am,... Read more
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The Comet
Cromwell hotel reclaims its rightful place in Stevenage Old Town’s heritage with impressive refurbishmentareas – which has now been renamed the Rump & Wade. They include such notable f
The Comet / Posted 4 days ago
areas – which has now been renamed the Rump & Wade. They include such notable figures as Charles I and II, Nell Gwyn and Oliver Cromwell himself, and have been stylishly reproduced giving the rooms the stately air of an art gallery. The grand... Read more
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Romford Recorder
How Nelmes’ glory days ended with wrecking ballfor Thomas, the Nelmes estate was entailed, meaning that it had to pass to his
Romford Recorder / Posted 5 days ago
for Thomas, the Nelmes estate was entailed, meaning that it had to pass to his nearest living male relative. Oliver Cromwell gave William his uncle’s job of running the post so that he took the credit for the 1657 Act of Parliament... Read more
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Daily Record
Thug jailed over threat to 'cut' Tory MP who made Cromwell joke about Scotsthe answer to the “West Lothian Question” – on whether MPs from outside England
Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
the answer to the “West Lothian Question” – on whether MPs from outside England should vote on English matters. She said Oliver Cromwell, who came from her area, brought ­Scotland into his Protectorate after winning the Battle of Dunbar in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The 'world's most useless airport' is finally getting its first scheduled serviceTerritory after Bermuda. It was discovered by the Portuguese in 1502 and was co
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Territory after Bermuda. It was discovered by the Portuguese in 1502 and was colonised by Britain in 1658 on the orders of Oliver Cromwell. Napoleon died there in 1821, after six years in exile. His last residence, Longwood House, is now a... Read more
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Goal.com
Football Manager - the full list of banned names for 2018 gameJimmy Saville, the prolific convicted paedophile, Osama bin Laden, the mastermi
Goal.com / Posted 14 days ago
Jimmy Saville, the prolific convicted paedophile, Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the 9/11 atrocity in the USA and Oliver Cromwell, the anti-royalist, are all understandably outlawed. On a lighter note, so too is Hugh Janus, he of the... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Opinion: Does our society still support the right to be wrong?“the essential futility of putting the beliefs of the mind to the judgment of t
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 15 days ago
“the essential futility of putting the beliefs of the mind to the judgment of the sword.” In England, the Puritan despot Oliver Cromwell, who had deposed and executed the king, recognized that he couldn’t hold onto power without reassuring... Read more
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express
Prime Minister's country estate Chequers marks 100 years as a magnet for the famouspedestal table used by Napoleon, Lord Nelson’s watch, a ring that once belonged
express / Posted 17 days ago
pedestal table used by Napoleon, Lord Nelson’s watch, a ring that once belonged to Queen Elizabeth I and the death mask of Oliver Cromwell. The wood-panelled Great Hall is lined with priceless Old Master paintings. A number of prime ministers have... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
In our culture wars, we've lost sight of the right to be wrong"the essential futility of putting the beliefs of the mind to the judgment of t
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
"the essential futility of putting the beliefs of the mind to the judgment of the sword." In England, the Puritan despot Oliver Cromwell, who had deposed and executed the king, recognized that he couldn't hold onto power without reassuring... Read more
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New York Post
If you deny the ‘right to be wrong,’ blood will flow“the essential futility of putting the beliefs of the mind to the judgment of t
New York Post / Posted 21 days ago
“the essential futility of putting the beliefs of the mind to the judgment of the sword.” In England, the Puritan despot Oliver Cromwell, who had deposed and executed the king, recognized he couldn’t hold onto power without reassuring Catholics... Read more
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chroniclelive
This rare collection of Viz comics has sold in Newcastle for £3,000assemblage of 23 coins dating from the 16th Century sold for more than £40,000.
chroniclelive / Posted 23 days ago
assemblage of 23 coins dating from the 16th Century sold for more than £40,000. Top price was the £6,125 paid for an Oliver Cromwell crown coin. Items from the collection of Laurel and Hardy authority A J Marriot, who has written seven books... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Book closes on Benidict Morgan, iconic mas manof Mas came in 1906 when Patrick “Chinee” Jones, a leading Mas man and calypson
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 26 days ago
of Mas came in 1906 when Patrick “Chinee” Jones, a leading Mas man and calypsonian of his time who sang under the name “Oliver Cromwell/The Lord Protector” organised the first devil band called Khaki and Slate inspired by illustrations in a copy... Read more
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Spalding Today
All the drama of the Crowland Abbey siegeKnot, the UK’s oldest re-enactment society, dramatically re-told the time when
Spalding Today / Posted 26 days ago
Knot, the UK’s oldest re-enactment society, dramatically re-told the time when the people of Crowland stood defiant against Oliver Cromwell and his puritan troops. Members of the Sealed Knot put on an impressive show. (SG170917-142TW) Organiser... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Trump wants a big military parade, but the Founding Fathers might not approvearmies kept up under the pretext of defending [the nation], have enslaved the p
KERA North Texas / Posted 29 days ago
armies kept up under the pretext of defending [the nation], have enslaved the people." They had seen this in England under Oliver Cromwell, in the 1650s. They had seen it in France, where Louis XIV used the army to close parliaments, forcibly raise... Read more
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Hunts Post
Sealed Knot ‘soldiers’ raise the troops at Cromwell Museum event in Huntingdonthe 375th anniversary of the start of the English Civil War. Visitors were tra
Hunts Post / Posted 30 days ago
the 375th anniversary of the start of the English Civil War. Visitors were transported back to 1642 when Huntingdon MP Oliver Cromwell was raising troops and preparing for war. The event was organised by the Cromwell Museum Trust and opened by... Read more
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Daily Mail
The forgotten Holocaust: Ukraine famine of 1932-33statues of a man who claimed millions of lives. Stalin, he claimed, was no diff
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
statues of a man who claimed millions of lives. Stalin, he claimed, was no different to England’s Parliamentarian leader Oliver Cromwell — a comparison simply grotesque in its inaccuracy. Thank goodness, then, for the journalist and author Anne... Read more
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The Irish Times
Welcome to Sligoville: The story of the Irish in Jamaicawomen and children were forcibly transported by the English government. In 165
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
women and children were forcibly transported by the English government. In 1655, when England captured Jamaica from Spain, Oliver Cromwell needed to populate their new colony. Some were convicts, many indentured servants and very few of the... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Aldi to sell eight new gins for Christmas - and they're under £20 eachand star anise) following a traditional Victorian recipe.” Available nationwid
Liverpool Echo / Posted a month ago
and star anise) following a traditional Victorian recipe.” Available nationwide in stores and online from 14 November. 2. Oliver Cromwell 1599 Sloe Gin - £9.99 (50cl): “an intensely aromatic plum and cherry flavour, closely followed by a hint of... Read more
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Hunts Post
Battle drums and civil war soldiers will be at Cromwell event in Huntingdon on Saturdayabout the politics and battle strategies of the period. Charles 1 raised his s
Hunts Post / Posted 1 months ago
about the politics and battle strategies of the period. Charles 1 raised his standard in Nottingham on August 20, 1642. Oliver Cromwell quickly chose his side, fighting for Parliament. At this time, he was living in Ely and MP for Cambridge.... Read more

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