Naseby


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a village in western Northamptonshire

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a battle in 1645 that settled the outcome of the first English Civil War as the Parliamentarians won a major victory over the Royalists

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As a result, a 6ft timber fence is set to be installed across the opening, which is between 10 and 12 Naseby Court, to prevent access through to Bewley Primary School.
It was presented to him by Parliament after the victory over the Royalists at Naseby, and was later acquired by the Astley family.
White + 1 yellow: Taylor Naseby, Jason Smith and Owen Moody.
I'm equally grateful to those who fought and died for my political enfranchisement at Naseby and Peterloo and Ohio State, to the Chartists and the Suffragettes.
What could not be erased in the days before the Restoration was the knowledge that the Naseby, the biggest and most powerful of the ships of the newly reestablished Royal Navy, had in fact been built under the regime of Oliver Cromwell.
Winter Games NZ will take place at Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Cardrona Alpine Resort, Snow Farm, Naseby and Dunedin from 22 to 30 August and will feature disciplines of alpine skiing, free skiing, x-country skiing, snowboarding, curling, ice skating and adaptive snow sports as well as the demonstration sports of winter triathlon and natural luge.
I WORE out three pencils during the Augusta Masters trying to crack the maths on whether place-only golf betting is an exchange layer's paradise, but all I've got to show is a figure that looks suspiciously like the date of the Battle of Naseby and a pain in my left eyeball.
Martin Marix Evans' NASEBY 1645: THE TRIUMPH OF THE NEW MODEL ARMY (9781846030789, $18.
The incident took place during an education away-day at Park View Secondary School in Naseby Road, Washwood Heath, last Thursday.
For example, from reading the entry for the battle of Naseby you will be led to Oliver Cromwell - one of the participants.
Donna Naseby, 29, of Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, is seeking pounds 7,000 after a 15-week delay to her children's day nursery.
To register as a participant, an artist has simply to make or find an "arrow" and be photographed (with it) in front of the statue of winged Eros in Piccadilly Circus, the "hub of the universe" (or, if you live far away, have your image made by proxy); fabricate three postcards bearing that photo (don't forget to include your name and address); then send it to "founder and president" Medalla at London Biennale 2000, 11 Naseby, Hanworth, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 7HD, England.
The 32-year-old roofer, who gave his place of birth as Naseby, Leicestershire, admitted throwing missiles at police when he was picked up in the thick of the fighting on Sunday night, but claimed he thought it was mud and not stones.
His next victory, at the Battle of Naseby, on June 14, 1645, virtually doomed the king's cause.
Principal battles: Nieuwpoort (1600); Edgehill (near Banbury) (1642); Newbury II (1644); Naseby (1645); Stow on the Wold (1646).