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  • ...cone. In fact Robert I, David II, Edward Baliol, Robert II, Robert III and Charles II were all crowned there, and possibly the Old Pretender (James VIII). [[User
    320 bytes (52 words) - 13:33, 31 October 2008
  • ...the rank of Admiral under the English Commonwealth, and retained it under Charles II, also serving on the Navy Board
    176 bytes (28 words) - 16:50, 22 January 2013
  • | pagename = Charles II
    797 bytes (64 words) - 18:29, 30 November 2013
  • '''James VII and II''' (1633 - 1701) succeeded his brother Charles II as king of [[Scotland]] and [[England]] in 1685, having previously been Duk
    945 bytes (150 words) - 05:23, 30 May 2013
  • ...Paris (885-886)|first Siege of Paris]]. When the emperor [[Charles the Fat|Charles II ("the fat")]] was deposed in November [[887]], by the diet of Tribur (Dièt
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  • ...abitants. It was founded in 1666 by the Spaniards and named after the king Charles II of Spain.
    347 bytes (49 words) - 23:35, 13 September 2013
  • ...n''', as a term by itself, normally refers to the events of 1660 whereby [[Charles II]] was recognised as king of [[England]] and [[Scotland]], and returned from
    442 bytes (67 words) - 12:38, 27 August 2013
  • ...expedition, jointly commanded by him, which captured [[Jamaica]]. Under [[Charles II]], he had some commands at sea, but more significantly served on the Navy B
    626 bytes (101 words) - 16:49, 25 November 2013
  • ...and were joined as one state. This broke apart with the reinstatement of [[Charles II]]. It was not until the reign of Queen [[Anne]] at the beginning of the 18t |[[Charles II]]
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  • ...lic not a kingdom) but with the re-instatement of the crown in the form of Charles II the two kingdoms were once again politically separate. It was not until Que
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  • ...n she is not in residence. The Palace was started in 1501 and completed by Charles II, and [[Mary, Queen of Scots]] lived there between 1561 and 1567. Today, the
    2 KB (355 words) - 08:50, 8 June 2009
  • '''Charles II''' (1630–1685) was recognised as king of [[England]] by royalists on the
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  • |[[Charles II]] ...th") was proclaimed. The Cromwells were given the title of Lord Protector. Charles II dated his reign from the day of his father's execution, but was recognized
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  • ...which Mountagu played a leading part, being created Earl of Sandwich by [[Charles II]]. Shortly afterwards, Pepys was made Clerk of the Acts in the Navy Board, ...e and incompetence among naval officers. Shortly after his return in 1684 Charles II took the Admiralty out of the hands of the Commissioners and into his own c
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  • ...know how to rename a page once started.And now I have gone on and started Charles II. --[[User:Martin Wyatt|Martin Wyatt]] 19:58, 28 May 2013 (UTC)
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  • ...ating names into English, so that the Spanish king named Carlos II becomes Charles II in CZ, which is identical to an English king. (I agree with the English-tra
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  • ...of lyrics, ''Hesperides'' (1648), to the Prince of Wales, soon to become [[Charles II]] on the execution of his father. At the [[Restoration]] he was restored t
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  • ...ainst France. For help he turned to England, the country of his two uncles Charles II and James, Duke of York, afterward James II. ...re was also the fear that Louis' grandson Philip, the new king of Spain by Charles II's will, might one day unite the crowns of France and Spain. All this made t
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  • ...y of Great Britain'', vol 1, Containing the Commonwealth and the Reigns of Charles II and James II (London, A. Millar, 1757) revised 1759.
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  • [[Charles II]] had issued a Declaration of Indulgence, which eased conditions for the Qu ...duct his dispute, he also took up the cause of persecuted nonconformists. Charles II died in 1685, and the Duke of York came to the throne as James VII (of Scot
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