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Calendar of the Stuart papers belonging to His Majesty the King, preserved at Windsor Castle.

Calendar of the Stuart papers belonging to His Majesty the King, preserved at Windsor Castle.

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Published by HMSO in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stuart, House of.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title : Historical Manuscrpts Commission.

    SeriesHistorical Manuscripts Commission -- Cd.5046
    ContributionsGreat Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19074485M


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History. Norcross was born in Liverpool in and eventually served in the Royal Navy. As a Jacobite, he supported the deposed James II of England and his erstwhile successor James III (James Stuart), and was present at the Battle of Preston in when Jacobite forces were crushed.

He fled England and was taken in by Swedish pirate lords Lars and Ingela Gathenhielm. Calendar of the Stuart papers belonging to His Majesty the king, preserved at Windsor castle 7.

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They contain thousands of documents in hundreds of volumes giving details of his political and personal correspondence, of his finances, and of the management of his court.

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Vol. Historical Manuscripts Cited by: 1. Aug 08,  · The papers included in the following Calendar belong to his Majesty the King, and are preserved in the Royal Library at Windsor.

They were formerly the property of the titular King James III, otherwise the old Pretender, and his sons, Charles Edward, and Henry, the Cardinal Duke of York.

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King Henry the Eighth. Norcross himself wrote to the exiled “Old Pretender” James Stuart expressing his desire to serve the would-be King. He was released from solitary confinement in but was confined to castle grounds, where he died in See also.

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