Royalist Forces

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Clan Leslie - History - 17th Century - Wars of The Three Kingdoms
... In 1644, Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven commanded Scottish Covenantor forces to victory over English Royalists at the Battle of Marston Moor in 1644 ... War General David Leslie, Lord Newark was victorious commanding his Scottish Covenanters force against a Scottish Royalist force at the Battle of Philiphaugh ... The Royalist army of James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose was destroyed by the Covenanter army of Sir David Leslie, restoring the power of the Committee of Estates ...
Military History Of The Revolt Of The Comuneros - Army Organization and Composition - Royalist Forces
... The royalist-aligned forces consisted of two groups the royal army, a national army that answered to the Regents, and the independent armies of the nobles ... The royalist cause's most important allies were the landed nobility, many of whom threw their allegiance behind King Charles after seeing the comuneros support peasant rebellions against them ... As such, the Regents often had difficulty rallying the noble forces to make a combined army ...
Spanish American Wars Of Independence - Royalist Ascendancy, 1814–1820 - Royalist Military
... During this period, royalist forces made advances into New Granada, which they controlled from 1815 to 1819, and into Chile, which they controlled from 1814 to 1817 ... Except for royalist areas in the northeast and south, the provinces of New Granada had maintained independence from Spain since 1810, unlike neighboring Venezuela, where royalists and pro-i ... See, Spanish reconquest of New Granada.) Although this force was crucial in retaking a solidly pro-independence region like New Granada, its soldiers were eventually spread out throughout Venezuela, New Granada ...
Battle Of Chacabuco - Background
... San Martín began to consider the problem of driving the Spanish royalists from South America. 22 cannons, and, on January 17, 1817, he set out with this force to cross the Andes and liberate Chile ... Careful planning on his part had meant that the Royalist forces in Chile were deployed to meet threats that did not exist, and his crossing went unopposed ...
Army Of The North - Fourth Campaign and Gaucho War - Last Royalist Invasion and Death of Güemes
... fought at Huacalera, where Arias captured royalist prisoners ... In February 1820 José Canterac was replaced by Juan Ramírez Orozco as commander of the Royalist forces in Upper Peru ... On 12 May Orozco commanding a force of 4,000 men advance to Jujuy, and on 28 May occupied the city, then on 31 May occupied Salta ...

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