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The case of Colonel John Lambert, prisoner in the Tower of London

The case of Colonel John Lambert, prisoner in the Tower of London

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Published by Printed for S.S. ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lambert, John, -- 1619-1683,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1437:14.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16779524M

    The Constable of the Tower is the most senior appointment at the Tower of the Middle Ages a constable was the person in charge of a castle when the owner—the king or a nobleman—was not in residence. The Constable of the Tower had a unique importance as the person in charge of the principal fortress defending the capital city of England. Since completing a catalogue of the coinage, medal and seal material in the main store, we have taken the opportunity to look more closely at some of the remaining objects. Of particular interest was a set of boxes labelled ‘Tower of London’, containing a series of electrotypes featuring various inscriptions and ranging from crudely scratched names and dates, or tags, to lengthy passages.

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      The Tower of London is the oldest fortified building still in occupation. It was built to protect the Norman William the Conqueror from the angry people he had conquered, starting in For many centuries there were many people living therein. 25 Jul - Explore lorraineelgar's board "Tower of London prisoners", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Tower of london, Tudor history and Tower pins.


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The case of Colonel John Lambert, prisoner in the Tower of London Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The case of Colonel John Lambert, prisoner in the Tower of London. From an early stage of its history, one of the functions of the Tower of London has been to act as a prison, though it was not designed as one.

The earliest known prisoner was Ranulf Flambard in who, as Bishop of Durham, was found guilty of had been responsible for various improvements to the design of the tower after the first architect Gundulf moved back to Rochester.

The Book of Prisoners. Since the Tower of London's early construction by William the Conqueror in a record of every prisoner held within its grounds has been kept in what is known as The Book of Prisoners.

Although referred to as The Book of Prisoners it is actually made up of several books containing prisoners names, date of imprisonment. Boleyn was confined to the Lieutenant’s Lodgings of the Tower of London, where she was tried and found guilty.

She was beheaded by a French swordsman on a. The Tower of London Prisoner Book A Complete Chronology of the Persons Known to be Detained at Their Majesties’ Pleasure, – by Brian A.

Harrison Trustees of the Royal Armouries (, ) pages, hardcover List Price: £50 ISBN The book also Much unpublished and little-known information is presented here, providing new and inspiring insights to several of the Tower's popular myths.

The book also places its subject in the modern context with an introduction by a leading expert on Britain's prisons today/5. The case of Colonel John Lambert, prisoner The case of Colonel John Lambert the Tower of London Published: () History of the colony of New Haven, before and after the union with Connecticut containing a particular description of the towns which composed that government, viz.

Pages in category "Prisoners in the Tower of London" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total.

This list may not reflect recent changes ().(previous page) (). A dazzling history of the Tower of London, one of the world's busiest tourist attractions, and the people who populated it.

Castle, royal palace, prison, torture chamber, execution site, zoo, mint, home to the crown jewels, armory, record office, observatory, and the most visited tourist attraction in the UK: The Tower of London has been all these things and more/5(61).

Under the Protector Oliver Cromwell, John Barkstead was appointed to the Lieutenancy in Augustand held the office until In August Colonel Robert Tichborne was appointed Lieutenant. Both Barkstead and Tichborne were regicides, and Tichborne died a prisoner in the Tower after the Restoration.

They were followed in the office by Colonel Thomas Fitch and Colonel Herbert Morley. Prisoners of the Tower: The Tower of London as a state prison, [Clare Murphy, David Souden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Prisoners of the Tower: The Tower of London as a state prison, /5(4). John Lilburne ( – 29 August ), also known as Freeborn John, was an English political Leveller before, during and after the English Civil Wars – He coined the term "freeborn rights", defining them as rights with which every human being is born, as opposed to rights bestowed by government or human his early life he was a Puritan, though towards the end of his life he.

This was a history of the Tower of London starting from the time it was built by William the Conquer to the twentieth takes you through the reigns of each of England's kings and queens while describing how the tower was used by each rebuilt it,demolished it,lived in it and used it for war while others used it as a prison /5.

The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central lies within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, which is separated from the eastern edge of the square mile of the City of London by the open space known as Tower : Castle: 12 acres ( ha), Tower Liberties: 6 acres.

Taken prisoner, along with his sovereign, after the battle of Neville's Cross and imprisoned in the Tower of London. Drawn, hanged, beheaded and quartered. Lady Jane Grey, Uncrowned Tudor Queen of England and Ireland -   The Tower of London might seem like a watertight stronghold, with intimidating gates, a mighty moat and fearsome beefeaters.

Even so, some 40. The Tower of London Prisoner Book by Brian A. Harrison,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Brian A. Harrison.

Buy The Tower of London Prisoner Book by Harrison, Brian A. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Brian A. Harrison. Prisoners of the Tower of London by Violet Brooke-Hunt,Dent edition, in English - [2d ed.]Pages: By Elizabeth’s reign the Tower of London had become the foremost state prison in the country and had become a symbol of state power.

Since the first prisoner was brought to the Tower in (Bishop Ranulf Flambard), it had been used as a space to hold those accused of the most high profile of crimes. Alhough not technically an escapee, William Penn was one of the few prisoners held in the Tower of London who were lucky to have had their sentences quashed.

Although virtually given a life sentence for his so called crimes against the Crown and Christianity he was released after serving just a few months from 12th December to the end of July   London Stereoscopic Company / Getty Images. Inmates in the Tower of London may not have had to worry about advanced security technology when plotting their escapes, but then, not many prisoners today have to deal with crossing moats.

The lords sentenced him to be fined 4,l., to be imprisoned for seven years in the Tower, and to be declared for ever incapable of holding any office, civil or military (Lords' Journals, viii., –32; The Freeman's Freedom vindicated; A Letter sent by Lieutenant-Colonel John Lilburne to Mr.

Wollaston, keeper of Newgate; The Just.