1 edition of declaration of the Knights, Gentry and trained bands of the county (sic) of Kent, presented to the ... House of Commons, wherein they declare their resolution to march against the Kings army ... and to rescue His Majesty out of the Cavaleers hands. found in the catalog.
declaration of the Knights, Gentry and trained bands of the county (sic) of Kent, presented to the ... House of Commons, wherein they declare their resolution to march against the Kings army ... and to rescue His Majesty out of the Cavaleers hands.
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The Declaration of the knights, gentry, and trained bands of the couuty [sic] of Kent, presented to the honourable House of Commons. Wherein they declare their resolution to march against the Kings army with all the power and strength they can raise, and to rescue His Majesty out of the cavaleers hands.
The declaration of Thomas Lord Fairfax, and the rest of the lords, knights, esquires, citizens, ministers and freeholders of the county and city of York.
(London: Printed for James Williamson, ), by Thomas Fairfax Fairfax (HTML at EEBO TCP) An oath taken by the gentry and inhabitants of the city and county.
The declaration of the gentry, ministers, free-holders of the and Lincolneshiere the declaration and protestation of divers of the knights, gentry, freeholders and others of the foresaid counties, whose names are subscribed. Danes landing in Lincolnshire, Decemb.
And how the trained bands of that county gave them battell neer the. A declaration of the knights and gentry in the county of Dorset VVho were in his late Majesties army. (London: [s.n.], printed in the year ) (HTML at EEBO TCP) By the King. A proclamation for obedience to be given to His Majesties Captain Generall, and officers, in the disbanding of His Majesties armie in the northern parts.
Get this from a library. The declaration and resolution of the knights, gentry, and free-holders of the county of Kent: now in armes for the defence and preservation of the Kings Majesties royall person, the priviledges of the subjects, and the laws and liberties of the free-born people of this nation.
With their resolution touching the army ; and all others that shall oppose them. Get this from a library. A declaration of the knights and gentry of the county of Hertford that adhered to the late King.
[Thomas Fanshawe Fanshawe, Viscount] -- Signed: Thomas Fanshaw Kt of the Bath [and 13 others]. Annotation on Thomason copy: "April 26".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library. (DLPS) A (vid). At first they were lower gentry, and in late medeival times they had to be born noble and were called milites nobiles, and then knighthood was more limited to the nobles only.
From the 15th to 18th centuries the Lords helped appointing Knights of. As we mentioned earlier, the military aspects of knighthood faded with the increased use of firearms and gunpowder.
Armor couldn't protect knights from gunshots, and firearms didn't require the skills and training that armed combat with swords and lances did. Today, knighthood stands in two categories: It's an honor bestowed by royalty for a (not always military) service, and a rank within one.
Yeoman / ˈ j oʊ m ə n / was first documented in midth century England. The word referred to the commoner attendants and servants in an English royal or noble household. Yeomanry was the name applied to groups of freeborn commoners hired as household guards, or raised as an army during times of war.
By the early 15th century, yeoman referred to the common seamen who were in charge of. The Knights of England. A complete record from the earliest time to the present day of the knights of all the orders of chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of knights bachelors, incorporating a complete list of knights bachelors dubbed in Ireland by Shaw, William Arthur, ; Burtchaell, George Dames, London.
♦Poems on affairs of State ; from the reign of K. James the First to Vols. (n.p.) ♦PYM, John. Pym his speech on Tuesday the 18th February to the Lords, at a Conference of both Houses, concerning the petition of the Knights and Gentry of the county of Kent.
London. He also raised a force of volunteers willing to leave the county, and managed to lay siege (albeit unsuccessfully) to Portsmouth. These tussles for control of local military resources – magazines, the loyalty of the Trained Bands and strongpoints like Sherborne Castle – were common across England in the summer of Or The resolution of the gentry and commonalty, inhabiting in the county of Lineoln [sic]: concerning the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and the high court of Parliament.
Also joyfull nevves from Leicester declaring how Mr Henry Hastings was taken prisoner by the High-Sheriffe of the said county, on Sunday, August A Declaration wherein is full satisfaction given concerning Sir knights, and gentry; to the city of Chester, accompaned with the Prince, Sir Edward Dering, and 2.
regiments of horse and foote, togeather with their inditious answer thereunto. scription of the bataile fought by the trained band of Chester, and the Earle of Newcastle, Lord. Am enjoying reading the book but it's a gradual process rather than an avid read - mostly because I don't read Latin even though I can make out quite a bit of it.
It's giving me a deeper insight into the part the Knights played and their acquired assets, lands, etc and I am keen to read the whole s: Knight, now a title of honor bestowed for a variety of services, but originally in the European Middle Ages a formally professed cavalryman. The first medieval knights were professional cavalry warriors, some of whom were vassals holding lands as fiefs from the lords in whose armies they served.
Feudalism did offer a means for a person to advance himself within society through military service and knighthood. Knights were members of the gentry in that they held a place in society above the peasants, but they weren't necessarily members of the noble ruling classes or royalty.
Knighthood was not an inherited position -- it had to be earned. Together with the House of Commons answer to the said declaration. Also a true information of Danes landing in Lincolnshire, Decemb. And how the trained bands of that county gave them battell neer the towne of Lee, ond [sic] obtained a happy victory over them.
Together with the resolution of the Hous [sic] of Commons concerning the Danee. The Knights Templar Rulebook Included No Pointy Shoes and No Kissing Mom Their code of conduct was designed to keep the warrior-knights humble, chaste and—most of all—obedient.
Author. To the right honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament the humble declaration and resolution of the deputy-lieutenants, colonells, captains, and officers, assented unto, and with great cheerfulnesse approved of, by the souldiers of the trained bands within the county of Southampton, at the generall musters begun the 21 day of June.
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I’m glad I did. In general, Gies is an authority on the Middle Ages, so she knows her subject well. The book clocks in at just over pages, but it’s jam packed with information, with chapters focusing on the beginnings of knighthood, the Crusades, troubadours and literature of knighthood (this particular chapter was a /5(22).
A declaration of the knights and gentry in the county of Dorset VVho were in his late Majesties army.  A declaration of the knights and gentry of the county of Hertford that adhered to the late King [ i.e.
] A declaration of the Lord Broghil, and the. -The militia was useless - Northern Trained Band had bows and arrows/Southern trained bands deserted and mutinied/militia shot through own tents -Scots seen as liberators to many Englishmen - Lord Saye and Sele and Lord Brook refused to take oath of loyalty to.
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The king’s knights were sheriffs and justices of the peace, or represented their shires in parliament. The important aspect of this is that these knights were not separate from the gentry; for the most part, they were the gentry. Many knights were also landowners and belonged to that class, ranking just below the baronage.
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