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  1. Hace 4 días · With Cromwell dead and the Protectorate gone, George Monck in turn emerges as a hero of sorts, saving what he could from the wreckage.

  2. www.scottishhistory.org › on-this-day › 17-may17 May | ScottishHistory.org

    Hace 1 día · 17 May 1654: While campaigning in Perthshire during the Earl of Glencairn's Rising, General George Monck issued orders from Cardross House ordering woodland near Aberfoyle to be cut down as it was giving "great shelters to the Rebels and Mossers". 17 May 1746: Cluny Macpherson's Regiment surrendered to the Earl of Loudoun at Fort Augustus.

  3. Hace 2 días · The troops that came from Ireland were generally English soldiers who had been sent to Ireland in the wake of the rebellion to defeat it. They were of dubious loyalty as far as the king was concerned, and some, like George Monck, took the first opportunity to change sides.

  4. Hace 3 días · A LETTER from General George Monck, from Guildhall, London, of the 9th of February 1659, was read.

  5. Hace 2 días · But later on both co-operated with General George Monck in the restoration of the monarchy in 1660. A grateful King Charles II of England knighted him in 1660. In June 1661, with his flag in the Swiftsure, Lawson accompanied Montagu, now earl of Sandwich, to the Mediterranean to stem the burgeoning corsair activity.

  6. Hace 4 días · On 18 April, 1660, Richard Cromwell wrote to Gen. Monck, reporting his ‘present exigencies’ forced him ‘to retire into hiding-places to avoid arrests for debts contracted upon the public account’, and asking for Monck and the new parliament's help in this matter.

  7. Hace 4 días · Several Parliamentarian Generals led by George Monck had decided that the only way to stabilise the country was to restore the monarchy. Monck accordingly led his troops, which had been garrisoned in Scotland, to march on London.