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  1. 1644 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre 1644 1644 ( MDCXLIV) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en viernes, según el calendario gregoriano. Es uno de los ocho años de la era común y del anno Domini que usa todas las letras del sistema de numeración romano una vez cada una. Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 América 1.2 China 1.3 Europa 2 Nacimientos

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    1644 ( MDCXLIV) was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1644th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 644th year of the 2nd millennium, the 44th year of the 17th century, and the 5th year of the 1640s decade.

  3. 1644 From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Events February to August – Explorer Abel Tasman 's second expedition for the Dutch East India Company maps the north coast of Australia.

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    Hoto ki waho. Wikipedia Pākehā: Kaihautū whenua, 1644. Wikipedia Pākehā: Rārangi kōrero mō te taiao o Aotearoa. BrainyHistory: 1644. Kei te Wikimedia Commons he whakaahua atu anō mō. 1644. He maramara noa iho tēnei tuhipānui mō te maramataka. Tirohia ngā tikanga whakapai mō tēnei paetukutuku reo Māori. Māu pea e whakaroa?

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    1643 Braddock Down Leeds 1st Middlewich Hopton Heath Seacroft Moor Camp Hill Lichfield Ripple Field Reading Sourton Down 1st Wardour Castle Stratton Wakefield 1st Worcester Chalgrove Field Adwalton Moor 2nd Bradford Burton Bridge Lansdowne Roundway Down 1st Bristol Gainsborough Gloucester 2nd Hull Aldbourne Chase 1st Newbury Winceby Olney Bridge 1s...

    Hopton had to retire from the area around Arundel, and on 6 January 1644, Waller recaptured the town. Byron's Cheshire army was in no better case. Newcastle's retreat from Hull and the loss of Gainsborough had completely changed the situation in the Midlands. Brereton was joined by the younger Fairfax from Lincolnshire, and the Royalists were sever...

    As in 1643, Rupert was soon on his way to the north to retrieve the fortunes of his side. Moving by the Welsh border, and gathering up garrisons and recruits snowball-wise as he marched, he went first to Cheshire to give a hand to Byron, and then, with the utmost speed, he made for Newark. On 20 March 1644, he bivouacked at Bingham, and on the 21st...

    The original plan of the Parliamentary "Committee of Both Kingdoms", which directed the military and civil policy of the allies after the fashion of a modern cabinet, was to combine Essex's and Manchester's armies in an attack upon the King's army. Aylesbury was appointed as the place of concentration. Waller's troops were to continue to drive back...

    It was now possible for the Roundheads to approach Oxford. Abingdon was no sooner evacuated than on 26 May 1644, Waller's and Essex's armies united there – still, unfortunately for their cause, under separate commanders. Edmund Ludlow joined Waller at Abingdon to place Oxford under siege. From Abingdon, Essex moved direct on Oxford. Waller moved to...

    During these manoeuvres, the northern campaign had been fought to an issue. Rupert's courage and energy were more likely to command success in the "English Civil War" than all the conscientious caution of an Essex or a Brentford. On 16 May 1644, Rupert left Shrewsbury to fight his way through hostile country to Lancashire, where he hoped to re-esta...

  5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Events from the year 1644 in England. This is the third year of the First English Civil War, fought between Roundheads ( Parliamentarians) and Cavaliers ( Royalist supporters of King Charles I ). Contents 1 Incumbents 2 Events 3 Births 4 Deaths 5 References Incumbents Monarch – Charles I