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Siege Of Hull (1643) - Prelude - Gainsborough and Lincoln
... Lord Willoughby captured Gainsborough for Parliament, only to be immediately besieged by the Royalists under Sir Charles Cavendish ... and Colonel Oliver Cromwell, which beat the Royalists at the Battle of Gainsborough on 28 July ... forced the abandonment of Gainsborough, which, with Lincoln, fell quickly to the Royalists ...
List Of People Associated With The Revolt Of The Brotherhoods - Royalists - Other Royalists
... Duke of Segorbe, commander of the royalist armies at the battles of Orpesa and Almenara, two royal victories ... Marquis of Los Vélez, commander of the royalist armies at the battle of Oriola, the decisive royalist victory of the war ...
Storming Of Bristol - Background
... The Royalists had failed to secure it when the Civil War began, leaving it under Parliamentarian control although there were many Royalist ... The Royalists quickly realised that this presented them with a great opportunity to capture important Parliamentarian-held towns in the south-west of England ... Only two days after the battle, Prince Rupert marched from Oxford, the Royalists' wartime capital, with a large army ...
Siege Of Porto - Occupation of Porto and First Encounters
... of Mindelo and found the city abandoned by the Royalist troops, whose leaders, ignoring the exact number of Liberal forces, had decided to withdraw ... degree viscount of Santa Marta and supreme commander of the division that operated between the Royalists Coimbra and Vila do Conde, decided to settle in Vila Nova de Gaia ... George Rose Sartorius sent his boats into the mouth of the River Douro and fought back the Royalists' fire ...
Spanish American Wars Of Independence - Overview - Royalists
... Royalist leaders New Spain, Guatemala, Cuba Puerto Rico Félix María Calleja New Granada, Venezuela Quito Pablo Morillo Río de la Plata, Montevideo Paraguay ...