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Albemarle, George M.
Albemarle, George Monck
Albemarle, George Monck (1st duke of)
Albemarle, George Monck (duc)
Albemarle, George Monck (Duke of)
Albemarle, George Monck of
Albemarle (George Monk; 1608-1670; duc d')
Albemarle, George Monk (1st Duke of)
Albemarle, George of
Albermarle, George M.
George Monck, 1. Duke of Albemarle (englischer General und Admiral)
George Monck, 1:e hertig av Albemarle
George Monck, 1. hertug af Albemarle
George Monck, 1. hertug av Albemarle
George Monck, 1. książę Albemarle (1. diuk Albemarle, polityk angielski)
George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle (English soldier and politician)
George Monck (amiral, général, homme politique, premier duc d'Albemarle)
George Monck, I duca di Albemarle (ammiraglio inglese)
Monck, George (1st duke of Albemarle)
Monck, George (Duke of Albemarle)
Monck, George (Lord General)
Monck (Georges; Duke of Albemarle)
Monk, George (duc d'Albemarle)
Monk, George (Duke of Albemarle)
Monk, George (General)
Monke, George (Colonell)
Джордж Монк, герцог Альбемарль
Монк, Джордж герцог Альбемарль
จอร์จ มองค์ ดยุคแห่งอาลเบอมาร์ลที่ 1
England and Wales. Parliament
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Peirce, Edmund (d. 1667; Sir))
Powell, J. R.
Powell, John Rowland
Rupert, Prince Count Palatine, 1619-1682
Shirley, Evelyn Philip (1812-1882)
Timings, Edward Kenneth
Collection of letters, by His Excellencey general George Monk,... relating to the restoration of the Royal family, with an introduction proving, by incontestable evidence, that Monk had projected that restoration in Scotland,...
collection of several letters and declarations. -, A
declaration and speech of George Monk to the right honourable the Lor*. - , The
declaration of the Brittish in the North of Ireland., The : With some queres of Colonel Monke, and the answers of the Brittish to the queres. Also a letter, giving an impartiall relation of the numbers of horse and foot that resolve to keep close to what they doe here unanimously declare to the world
declaration of the generals at sea... concerning the late dissolution of the Parliament...
declaration of ... touching the King of Scots. -, A
Englands monarchy asserted and proved to be the freest state and the best common-wealth throughout the world with a word to the present authority and His Excellency General Monck.
Last letter to His Excellency the Lord Fleetwood
letter and declaration of the Lords, knights, gentlemen and ministers, of the county of York, and of the Lord Mayor, aldermen and Common-Councell of the city of York, A
letter from ... 11 of Feb. 1659. - , A
letter from ... George Monck to the Parliament. -, A
Miscellaneous Documents. 1660-02-11
Monk : chute de la république et rétablissement de la monarchie en Angleterre, en 1660
Narrative of a journey across the Balcan by the two passes of Selimno and Pravadi ; also of a visit to Azani and other newly discovered ruins in Asia Minor, in the years 1829-30 In two volumes
northern queries from the Lord Gen: Monck his quarters; sounding an allarum, to all loyal hearts, and free-born English-men, Arms, arms, arms, in defence of our lives, laws, liberties, and parliaments; against the tyrannical power, and domination of the sword., The
Observations upon military and political affairs. -
Queries propounded by Col. Monk, to the counsell of war, at Belfast, the 9 of April 1649
Rupert and Monck letter book, 1666: together with supporting documents;, The
Schrift van de generael Monck overgegeven in het Parlament den 2. martij 1660.
Several letters from the Lord Generall Monck
To His Excellency the Lord General Monck, captain of all the armies and forces in England, Scotland, and Ireland and one of the generals at sea. The humble address of the officers of Your Excellencies army in the name of themselves and their brethren, as it was presented to His Excellency this 2d. day of May, 1660
To his Excellency the Lord General Monck· The humble address of the Members of Parliament (in behalf of the people) interrupted and forceably secluded by Cromwell and his confederates, 1648.
True and perfect narrative of the Great and signal success of a part of His Majesties fleet under His Highness Prince Ruppert and His Grace the duke of Albemarle, burning one hundred and sixty dutch ships withing the Vlie : as also the town of Brandaris upon the island of Schelling by some commanded men under the conduct of Sir Robert Holmes, the 8th and 9th of this instant August...
true state of the transactions of colonel George Monk, with Owen-Roe-mai Art.-O. Neal...
Victory over the fleet of the States generall obtained by His Majesties navy royal in the late engagement begun the 25 of July instant as it came from His Higness Prince Rupert and his Grace the duke of Albemarle