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" The church, reckoned one of the finest in the kingdom, was erected by Henry IV. Here, in the midst of troubles, died king John ; and here Charles I., after his defeat at Naseby, put himself into the hands of the Scotch army, who afterwards gave him up... "
A universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world - Page 161
by George Landmann - 1835 - 500 pages
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The General Gazetteer Or Compendious Geographical Dictionary

Richard Brookes - Geography - 1812 - 832 pages
...The church, reckoned one of the fiiK.fl in the kingdom, was crofted by Henry iv. Here, in the midft of troubles, died king John ; and here Charles i, after his defeat at Nafcby, put himfelf into the hands of the Scotch army, who afterward gave him up to his word enemies....
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory ..., Volume 8

John Mason Good - 1813 - 830 pages
...and once had a handsome castle, now in nun«. The church, reckoned one of the finest in the kingdom, was erected by Henry IV. Here, in the midst of troubles,...defeat at Naseby, put himself into the hands of the Scotoh army, who afterwards gave him up to his worst enemies. Newark has about 700(1 inhabitants, with...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory ..., Volume 8

John Mason Good - 1819 - 788 pages
...and once had a handsome castle, now in rums. The church, reckoned one of the finest in the kingdom, was erected by Henry IV. Here, in the midst of troubles, died kiug John ; and here Charles I, after his defeat at N.asehy, put hiniseli inio the funds of the Scotch...
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England Described: Being a Concise Delineation of Every County in England ...

John Aikin - England - 1818 - 546 pages
...folly and baseness had excited, died the inglorious king John. Here, too, the equally unfortunate king Charles I, after his defeat at Naseby, put himself into the hands of the Scotch army, then besieging the town. Newark being a noted stage on the north road, its approach across the vale...
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The General Gazetteer: Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary ...

Richard Brookes - Geography - 1827 - 756 pages
...bridge, and once had a large castle, now in ruins. The church, reckoned one of the finest in the kingdom, was erected by Henry iv. Here, in the midst of troubles,...king John ; and here Charles i, after his defeat at Nasoby, put himself into the hands of the Scotch army, who afterward gave him up to his worst enemies....
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The geography of the British Isles, Volume 1

Mary Martha Rodwell - 1834 - 424 pages
...being poisoned is generally considered as false. Here the equally unfortunate but less culpable King Charles I., after his defeat at Naseby, put himself into the hands of the Scottish army, which was then besieging the town ; and by its commander he was afterwards delivered...
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A Universal Gazetteer; Or, Geographical Dictionary: Founded on the Works of ...

George Landmann - Gazetteers - 1836 - 872 pages
...IV1.P. It is seated on the Trent, over which is a bridge, and a large castle now in ruins. The chureh, much admired, was erected by Henry IV. Here, in the midst of troubles, died king John; and hero Charles I, after his defeat at Naseby, put himself into the hands of the Scotch army, who afterward...
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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1841 - 586 pages
...many interesting recollections are associated. The church, reckoned one of the finest in the kingdom, was erected by Henry IV. Here, in the midst of troubles,...put himself into the hands of the Scotch army, who afterwards gave him up to his enemies. Newark was first incorporated by Edward VI., and afterwards...
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Dictionary of Dates, and Universal Reference, Relating to All Ages and ...

Joseph Haydn - Chronology, Historical - 1851 - 700 pages
...recollections are associated. The church, reckoned one of the finest in the kingdom, was erected by Heiin' IV. Here, in the midst of troubles, died king John ; and here Charles I., after his defeat at Nascby. put himself into the hands of the Scotch army, who afterwards gave him up to his enemies. Newark...
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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1857 - 764 pages
...defeated by the army of the parliament, fought March 21, 1644. The church was erected by Henry IV. Hero, in the midst of troubles, died king John ; and here...put himself into the hands of the Scotch army, who afterwards gave him up to his enemies. Newark was first incorporated by Edward VI. and afterwards by...
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