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Antique print - The Execution of James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby

£19.99

Product description

Original framed print of:
The Execution of James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby, on wednesday 15th October 1651 at Bolton Le Moors.

"On 29 September, Derby was tried by court-martial on charges of assisting the declared traitor Charles Stuart to invade England. He was found guilty and sentenced to death. He appealed for clemency on the grounds that he had surrendered to Captain Edge on promise of quarter but despite the support of Oliver Cromwell, the appeal was rejected. Derby was taken to Bolton, the scene of the massacre of 1644, and beheaded in the market-place on 15 October 1651. His body was buried in the Derby chapel at Ormskirk church."
Sources:
Barry Coward, James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby, Oxford DNB, 2004




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Frame size 59 X 50 cm approx.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Style:
Print
Subject:
The Execution of James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby
Type:
Print

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About this item

Original framed print of:
The Execution of James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby, on wednesday 15th October 1651 at Bolton Le Moors.

"On 29 September, Derby was tried by court-martial on charges of assisting the declared traitor Charles Stuart to invade England. He was found guilty and sentenced to death. He appealed for clemency on the grounds that he had surrendered to Captain Edge on promise of quarter but despite the support of Oliver Cromwell, the appeal was rejected. Derby was taken to Bolton, the scene of the massacre of 1644, and beheaded in the market-place on 15 October 1651. His body was buried in the Derby chapel at Ormskirk church."
Sources:
Barry Coward, James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby, Oxford DNB, 2004




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Frame size 59 X 50 cm approx.

Condition:
Used: very good
Style:
Print
Subject:
The Execution of James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby
Type:
Print

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