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  Breda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Breda was a fortified city of strategic significance in North Brabant.
In the 11th century Breda was a direct fief of the Holy Roman Emperor, its earliest known lord being Henry of Brunesheim (1080 - 1125).
Breda was captured by surprise by the Spaniards in 1581, but in 1590 it fell again into the hands of Maurice of Nassau, 68 picked men contriving to get into the town concealed under the turf in a peat-boat.
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 BREDA - LoveToKnow Article on BREDA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Breda obtained municipal rights in 1252, but was first surrounded with walls in 1534 by Count Henry of Nassau, who also restored the old castle, originally built by John of Polanen in 1350.
Breda was captured by surprise by the Spaniards in.
Breda was the residence, during his exile, of Charles II., who, by the declaration of Breda (1660), made known the conditions of his acceptance of the crown of England.
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 Breda - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Breda
Breda was taken by Prince Maurice of Orange in 1590, by the Spaniards in 1625, and by the French in 1794–95.
The city is associated with a number of significant historical treaties and declarations, including the Compromise of Breda in 1566 (treaty of alliance against the Inquisition), the Declaration of Breda in 1660 by Charles II of England, and the Treaty of Breda in 1667 between England, the Netherlands, France, and Denmark.
Breda lies at the junction of several railway lines and is the seat of a Roman Catholic bishopric.
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 declaration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Declaration of war - A Declaration of War is a formal declaration issued by a national government indicating that a state of war exists between that nation, and one or more othe...
Barmen declaration - The Barmen declaration or The Theological Declaration of Barmen 1934 is a statement of the Confessing Church, re-affirming the focus of the church on Ch...
Declaration of Indulgence - The Declaration of Indulgence (or the declaration for the liberty of conscience) was made by King James II of England, on the April 4, 1687.
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 Declaration of Breda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In this proclamation, issued on 4 April, Charles made known the conditions of his acceptance of the crown of England which he was to accept/resume later in the same year.
Other copies were with separate letters were delivered to Lord General George Monck to be communicated to the Lord President of the Council of State and to the Officers of the Army under his command, and to the Generals of the "Navy at Sea" and to the City of London.
The Declaration was drawn up by Charles and his three chief advisors Edward Hyde, the Marquis of Ormond and Sir Edward Nicholas.
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 Declaration of Breda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Breda in the Netherlands, where King Charles II of England resided during his exile, has given its name to his Declaration of Breda (1660).
In this proclamation Charles made known the conditions of his acceptance of the crown of England which he was to accept/resume later in the same year.
The Declaration guaranteed an amnesty to old enemies of the King-to-be and of his father, promised religious toleration, and undertook to settle army pay arrears.
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 Encyclopedia: Treaty of Breda   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Treaty of Breda was signed at the Dutch city of Breda, July 31, 1667, by England, the Dutch Republic, France, and Denmark.
The Dutch commemorated the Treaty of Breda with a patriotic engraving.
The Surrender of Breda, a separate event in the Dutch wars of liberation, was painted by Diego Velasquez in 1634.
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 Encyclopedia: Breda (Netherlands)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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Breda remained part of the barony Breda until it was extinguished by French revolutionary forces in 1795 (10th century - 11th century - 12th century - other centuries) As a means of recording the passage of time, the 11th century was that century which lasted from 1001 to 1100.
The Ratification of the Treaty of Münster by Gerard Terborch (1648) The Peace of Westphalia, also known as the treaties of Münster and Osnabrück, is the series of treaties that ended the Thirty Years War and officially recognized the United Provinces and Swiss Confederation.
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 Treaty of Breda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Treaty of Breda was signed at the Dutch city of Breda, July 31, 1667, by England, the United Provinces (the Netherlands), France, and Denmark.
Two years after the treaty, in 1669, Charles II made the islands a direct dependency of the Crown, seemingly in an attempt to regularise the position.
The Surrender of Breda (1625), a separate event in the Dutch wars of liberation, was painted by Diego Velasquez in 1634.
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 Breda on GlobalGuide.Org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
In the year 1252 Breda received city rights from Henry IV of Schoten - at that time the area of Breda was barely 30 hectares and the number of inhabitants about 2700.
The Earl of Breda, Henry III of Nassau (1504-1538) was one of the great men at the court of emperor Charles V, in Brussels.
On 1 January 1997, Breda annexed the former municipalities Teteringen and Prinsenbeek and the villages Bavel and Ulvenhout, as well as a corridor along the highway E10 to the border with Belgium, including the industrial area Hazeldonk.
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 Gardiner: Constitutional Documents of the Puritan Revolution
Heads of Proposals to the Parliamentary propositions, 326; writes to Parliament after leaving Hampton Court, 328; erection of a High Court of Justice for the trial of, 357; charge against, 371; declines the jurisdiction of the High Court of Justice, 374; is sentenced to death, 377; warrant for the execution of, 380.
Five members, the, impeachment of, 236; declaration of the Commons on the breach of privilege in the treatment of, 237.
Militia ordinance, the, 245; is condemned by the King, 248; declaration of the Houses in defence of, 254.
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 BREDA - Online Information article about BREDA
The fortress of Breda, which was once considered impregnable, has been dismantled, but the town is still protected by extensive lines of fortification and lies in the midst of a See also:
Breda obtained municipal rights in 1252, but was first surrounded with walls in 1534 by Count Henry of Nassau, who also restored the old See also:
Breda was captured by surprise by the Spaniards in 1581; but in 1590 it See also:
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 The American Colonist's Library--A Treasury of Primary Documents [Free Republic]
Declaration to Justify Their Proceedings and Resolutions to Take Up Arms (1642) Thomas Jefferson, in his Autobiography,said that this Puritan "precedent" was an inspiration to the American cause.
Declaration of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal (1688) Parliament pledges its loyalty to William and Mary.
The Declaration of Rights of the Stamp Act Congress (1765) Developed the concept that people could not legitimately be taxed except by their elected representatives.
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 Search Results for declaration -¬†Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
The declaration consisted of three parts: a preface, a confession of faith, and a...
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, which was approved by the Continental Congress and singed on July 4.
Excerpts from various declarations and treatises formulated with the aim of guaranteeing freedom of religion worldwide such as the French Human Rights Declaration and the U.S. Constitution.
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 Charles II, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Charles had promised a general amnesty in his conciliatory Declaration of Breda, and he and Clarendon, who became first minister, acted immediately to secure passage of the Act of Indemnity, pardoning all except the regicides.
The king attempted unsuccessfully to suspend these statutes by the declaration of indulgence of 1662, which he was forced (1663) to withdraw.
Charles was forced to rescind (1672) his second declaration of indulgence toward dissenters, to approve (1673) the Test Act, and to sign (1674) a peace with the Dutch.
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 Declaration of Breda | TutorGig.co.uk Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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 Scotland's Past - Charles II king of Scotland from 1649 - 1685   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Charles was restored in 1661 by the Declaration of Breda, where he offered all things to all men.
In 1665 the Anglo-Dutch war broke out and there was sympathy in Scotland for the Presbyterian Dutch, this provoked the Covenanters' Pentland Rising which was ruthlessly put down, despite the king's wishes for clemency.
From then until 1673 conciliation was the main wish of the king, with two Declarations of Indulgence which relaxed the laws against conventicles and allowed an easier life for Presbyterian ministers.
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 Declaration of Breda   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Breda in the Netherlands where King Charles II of England resided during his exile has given name to his Declaration of Breda (1660).
In this proclamation Charles made the conditions of his acceptance of the of England which he was to accept/resume in the same year.
The Declaration guaranteed an amnesty to old of the King-to-be and of his father religious toleration and undertook to settle army arrears.
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 Definition of potsdam declaration
1:...he '''Barmen declaration''' or '''The Theological Declaration of Barmen 1934''' is a statement of the [[Confess...
The Declaration also asserts that a free press is essential to de...
Calling on European powers to intervene, this declaration was intended to serve as a warning to the French...
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 1660-85. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
As a result of the Declaration of Breda and Act of Indemnity and Oblivion, abolition of rights of knight service, worship, and purveyance in consideration of a yearly income of £1.2 million.
Royalist Parliament in Scotland abolished the covenant and repealed all parliamentary enactments for the preceding 28 years.
Under Vasasor Powell and Thomas Venner, the Fifth Monarchists led a series of risings against the government in anticipation of the arrival of Jesus Christ to claim the throne.
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 History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution, Volume 2 - Part II
A strong Protestant feeling had been aroused in the country by the rumour of the conversion of the Duke of York, by the certainty that his first wife, the daughter of the Earl of Clarendon, had become a Catholic on her death-bed, and by the suspicion of some secret negotiations with France.
In April 1687 a Declaration of Indulgence was published, granting freedom of worship to Dissenters and Catholics, and abolishing all religious tests as necessary qualifications for office.
For a time it seemed as if the king were likely to secure the support of the Nonconformists, particularly as measures were taken through the lords-lieutenant of the various counties to influence public opinion in their districts.
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 CMH5
The Declaration of Breda had outlined such a scheme of settlement ; but the extent to which the King's suggestions would be adopted depended upon the temper of the nation, or rather of the House of Commons, and on the statesmanship of the King and his Ministers.
The King's declaration had held out the prospect of " liberty to tender consciences," and promised that no man should be " disquieted or called in question'" for differences of opinion in matters of religion, which did not disturb the peace of the kingdom.
When the King's Declaration of October 25, 1660, was under discussion, it was proposed to add to it, on the petition of the Independents and Anabaptists, a proviso authorising those sects and others to meet together for public worship so long as they did not disturb the public peace.
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 Declaration of Breda   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Breda in the Netherlands, whereKing Charles II of England resided during his exile, hasgiven its name to his Declaration of Breda (1660).
In this proclamation Charles made known the conditions of hisacceptance of the crown of England which he was to accept/resume later in the same year.
The Declaration guaranteed an amnesty to old enemies of the King-to-be and of his father, promised religious toleration, andundertook to settle army pay arrears.
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 thePeerage.com - Exhibit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Finally, a declaration was laid before him, in which, in addition to his previous concessions, he was made to acknowledge not only the sinfulness of his own dealings with the Irish, but his father's blood-guiltiness and his mother's idolatry.
When the States-General had declared war against England, they declined his offer to take the command of any English ships which might come over to their side, and when peace was made in April 1654, the exclusion of the English royal family from the United Provinces was one of its conditions.
Though the attempt of Bristol, the nominal originator of the unfortunate declaration, to impeach Clarendon was discountenanced by the king, yet his vexation with the chancellor and the bishops contributed to his readiness for ministerial changes.
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 Declaration of Breda   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
On April 4, 1660, Charles Stuart II signed the Declaration of Breda.
On May 8, 1660, Parliament restored the Monarchy and declared that Charles II was King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland.
Nor do we desire more to enjoy what is ours, than that all our subjects may enjoy what by law is theirs, by a full and entire administration of justice throughout the land, and by extending our mercy where it is wanted and deserved.
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 MSN Encarta - Charles II (of England)
In April, in the Declaration of Breda, Charles announced his intention to accept a parliamentary government and to grant amnesty to his political opponents.
Clarendon restored the supremacy of the Church of England, and English and Scottish Nonconformists and Presbyterians were persecuted contrary to the Declaration of Breda.
Extravagant and always in need of money, Charles assented to the abolition of the feudal rights of knight service, wardship, and purveyance in consideration of a large annuity that, however, was never fully paid.
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 Breda, Netherlands, Pictures
Breda, city in the southern Netherlands, in Noord-Brabant (North Brabant) Province, at the confluence of the Mark and Aa rivers, near Rotterdam.
Breda is a marketing and industrial center, producing refined sugar, soft drinks, beer, and metal goods.
In April 1660, before the Restoration, Charles issued the amnesty proclamation known as the Declaration of Breda, preparing the way for his return to England.
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 The Declaration of Breda 1660   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
A manifesto issued in April 1660 by Charles II in exile in which he outlined his initial terms for the Restoration of the monarchy.
The Declaration was drawn up by Charles himself and his three principal advisors Sir Edward Hyde, the Marquis of Ormond and Sir Edward Nicholas.
When Sir John Grenville delivered the Declaration to the newly-elected Convention Parliament, both Houses unanimously voted for the Restoration.
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 Bunyan, The Life of John Bunyan - CHAPTER IV.
If this declaration meant anything, it meant a breadth of toleration larger and more liberal than had been ever granted by Cromwell.
Bunyan replied that his only object in coming there was to exhort his hearers for their souls' sake to forsake their sinful courses and close in with Christ, and this he could do and follow his calling as well.
Wingate, now feeling himself in the wrong, lost his temper, and declared angrily that he would "break the neck of these unlawful meetings," and that Bunyan must find securities for his good behaviour or go to gaol.
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