The Civil Wars: A Military History of England, Scotland, and Ireland 1638-1660

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics indicate an illustration.
A
Abbotsbury House, Dorset 230-1
Aberdeen22, 23, 51, 58, 221, 295
Aboyne, James Gordon, viscount (d. 1649) 20-2, 51, 60
accidental deaths, civilians 275
Adwalton Moor, battle of ( 1643) 136, 165
amphibious operations 162-5, 166, 169, 171
Anglo-Dutch War ( 1652-4) 191, 312
Anglo-Spanish War 315-19
anti-Catholic coalition 73, 75-7, 78, 87
anti-covenanter alliance 55-8
Antrim, Randal MacDonnell, second earl of, later 1st marquis of ( 1609-83): anti-Campbell conspiracy 20, 37
'Antrim plot' 28-9
army 19, 37-8, 62, 80, 82
Castlehaven, feud with 86, 88
archers 127
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, marquis of ( 1598-1661) 23-4, 32, 53, 57-9, 64, 70
aristocracy:
English 4-5
women 284-5
armaments 234-8
battlefield use of 127
for covenanters 45-6
imported 252-4
industry 242-6
muskets 45, 80, 84, 127, 129, 234-6
pikes 45, 80, 84-6, 127, 128, 236
procurement of 239-42, 245-6
armies, see confederates; convenanters; New Model Army; Parliamentary Army; Royalist Army
armour 247
artillery 45, 127, 136, 205-7, 209-10, 224, 234-8
Ashburnham, John ( 1603-71) 269
Astley Sir Jacob, later 1st Baron Astley ( 1579-1652) 9, 17, 25, 108, 246
Aston, Sir Arthur (d. 1649) 9, 99
atrocities:
in Ireland78, 279
to prisoners of war 112-13
to women 292-5, 293
auxiliary forces 310-11
Ayscue, Sir George (d. 1671) 174

B
Baber, William243
Baillie, Robert ( 1559-1662) 62
Baillie, William54, 59, 60, 64
Baker, Edward245-6
Ballycastle 74
Banbury Castle 224
Barry, Garret82
Basing House, siege of 228-30, 232, 283
Batten, Sir William (d. 1667) 158, 160, 167, 168, 169-70, 172, 174, 177-80, 182-4
battles (page references are to maps):
Adwalton Moor ( 29 June 1643, Royalist victory) 34-5
Alford ( 2 July 1645, Montrose victory over the Covenanters) 34-5, 56-7
Alyth (28 Aug. 1651, Parliamentarian victory) 56-7
Annan Moor (21 Oct. 1645, Covenanters defeat Royalists) 56-7
Auldearn ( 9 May 1645, Montrose victory over the Covenanters) 34-5, 56-7
Balvenie ( 9 May 1649, Royalist defeat) 56-7
Benburb ( 5 June 1646, Confederate victory over the Scots) 34-5
Braddock Down (19 Jan. 1643, Royalist victory) 34-5
Carbisdale (27 Apr. 1650, Royalist defeat) 56-7
Careston (5 Apr. 1645) 56-7
Cheriton (19 Mar. 1644, Parliamentarian victory) 34-5
Corbridge (19 Feb. 1644, Royalist victory over the Scots) 34-5
Cropredy Bridge ( 29 June 1644, drawn battle) 34-5
Dunbar (3 Sept. 1650, New Model victory over the Scots) 34-5, 56-7
Dungan's Hill (8 Aug. 1647, Parliamentarians defeat Irish confederates) 34-5
Edgehill (23 Oct. 1642, drawn battle) 34-5
Fyvie (28-9 Oct. 1644) 56-7
Hamilton (1 Dec. 1650, Parlimentarian victory over the Western Army) 56-7
Hopton Heath (9 Mar. 1643, Royalist victory) 34-5
Inverkeithing ( 20 July 1651, New Model victory over the Scots) 34-5, 56-7
Inverlochy (2 Feb. 1645, Montrose victory over the Covenanters) 34-5, 56-7
Kilrush ( 15 Apr 1642, Royalist victory over the Irish confederates) 34-5

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