Atlas of the English Civil War

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INDEX

a
Abbots Leigh 109
Aberdeen 17 , 69
Abingdon (and garrison of) 31 , 51 , 67
Act of Oblivion 111
Act of Settlement 95
Action Party, The 111
Adwalton Moor, battle of 25 , 39
Agitators, The 85
Aire, River 53
Airmyn Fort 53
Aldbourne Chase 31 , 51
Alford, battle of 69
Aller 77
Aln Bridge 41
Alnwick 41 , 117
Alresford 47 , 49
Alton, battle of 47 , 61 , 65
Amesbury 77
Ancaster Heath, battle of 29
Andover 61
Anlaby 19
Antrim, earl of 69
Appleby 89
Appleyard, Colonel Matthew 49
Arden, Forest of 9 , 109
Argyle, marquess of 69 , 91
Artillery 9
Arun, River 109
Arundel 31 , 47
Ashby de la Zouch 43
Astley, Sir Jacob (Lord) 12 , 23 , 63 , 75 , 83
Atholl 17
Auldeam, battle of 69
Aylesbury 19 , 51

b
Babylon Hill, battle of 33
Badenoch 17
Baggot-Rath, battle of 95
Baillie, William 69
Balfour, Colonel 49 , 59 , 61 , 63
Ballard, Thomas 23 , 29
Baltic Fleet, The 117
Bampton in the Bush 67
Banbury, and garrison of 19 , 21 , 23 , 31 , 51 , 61 , 71 , 91
Bard, Colonel Henry 49
Barebones' Parliament 97
Barkstead, Major General John 113
Barnard Castle 89
Barnsley 53
Barthomley Church 41
Basing House, siege and garrison of 47 , 49 , 61 , 63 , 83
Basingstoke 61
Bath 33 , 35
Beacon Hill, Launceston 33
Beacon Hill, Lostwithiel 59
Beacon Hill, Newark on Trent 43
Beam Bridge 41
Beaminster 77
Bedford, earl of 33
Belasyse, John (Lord) 45 , 81
Belton 29
Belvoir Castle 43
Benburb, battle of 93
Bentley 109
Berry, Major General James 113
Berwick 17 , 41 , 87 , 99 , 101 , 103 , 109 , 117
Beverley 25
Bewdley 51
Bingham 43
Birks 17
Birmingham 31 , 39 , 109
Bishop Auckland 41
Blackburn 27
Blackheath 87
Blague, Thomas 63
Blair 69
Blandford 77
Bletchingdon House 67
Blewbury 63
Boconnoc 59
Bodmin 59
Boldon Hill, battle of 41
Bolingbroke Castle 29
Bolle, Colonel Richard 47
Bolton 27 , 55
Bolton in Swaledale 71
Booth, Sir George 115 , 117
Borlase, Lord Justice 93
Boroughbridge 55
Boscobel 109
Boston 29
Boston Spa 53
Bourton on the Water 51
Bovey Tracey 83
Bow Bridge, London 87
Boxford 63
Bradford 25 , 45
Bradford on Avon 33
Braintree 87
Bramham Hall 53
Brechin 99
Brentford 31
Brereton, Sir William 27 , 31 , 37 , 43 , 71
Bridestowe 33
Bridge, Tobias 113
Bridgnorth 37 , 43
Bridgwater 59 , 77 , 81
Bridlington 25
Bridport 109
Brighton 109
Brill 31
Bristol, port and garrison of 33 , 35 , 61 , 63 , 77 , 81 , 99 , 109 , 111 , 115
Bromsgrove 109
Brooke, Lord 19
Brown, Colonel John 21
Buckingham 51
Buckinghamshire 19 , 113 , 115
Burford, garrison of 31
Burgess, Colonel Roger 67
Burton on Trent 29
Butler, Major General William 113
Buttercrambe Castle 53
Byron, Sir John (Lord) 21 , 23 , 43 , 57
Byron, Sir Nicholas 23
Byron, Sir Philip 53
Byron, Sir Richard 43
Bywell 41

c
Caerlaverock Castle 17
Cambridgeshire 29
Campbell, Clan 69
Cannock, Forest of 9
Capel, Arthur Lord 37
Carbery, earl of 37 , 81
Carbisdale, battle of 99
Cardiff 81
Carisbrooke Castle 85
Carlisle, City and garrison of 69 , 71 , 81 , 87 , 89 , 103 , 105

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