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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or. Narrative of the attempted escapes of Charles the First from Carisbrook Castle, and of his detention in the Isle of Wight, from November,to the seizure of his person by the army, at Newport, in November, Including the letters of the King to Colonel Titus, now first deciphered & printed from the originals Item PreviewPages:   Excerpt from Narrative of the Attempted Escapes of Charles the First From Carisbrook Castle: And of His Detention in the Isle of Wight, From November,to the Seizure of His Person by the Army, at Newport, in November, ; Including the Letters of the King to Colonel Titus, Now First Deciphered and Printed From the OriginalsAuthor: George Hillier.

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At first the king was allowed considerable freedom and drove about the island in his coach. In March Charles made an embarrassing attempt to escape but got stuck between the bars of his bedroom window. The king left Carisbrooke Castle in September and was taken to London.

This edited article about Charles I and Carisbrooke Castle first appeared in Look and Learn issue number published on 23 December Charles I imprisoned in Carisbrook Castle It was late afternoon on November 11th, The wind howled round the walls of Hampton Court Palace and the driving rain lashed against the windows.

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Meanwhile, the Kings friends were making efforts to enable his escape. Silius Titus (–), of Bushey, was an English politician, Captain of Deal Castle, and Groom of the Bedchamber to King Charles l Titus was an organiser in the attempted escape of King Charles I from Carisbrooke Castle.

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Famously Carisbrooke was the prison for the deposed Charles I. The king was held here for 14 months before his execution in At first comfortably accommodated in the Constable's Lodgings, his efforts to escape led to more secure imprisonment.

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A vindication of King Charles the Martyr (), p ff. Appendix (Google Booksearch) George Hillier, A Narrative of the Attempted Escapes of Charles the First from Carisbrook Castle () Rushworth, John, Historical Collections of Private Passages of State () (British History Online).

The Count of Monte Cristo, Romantic novel by French author Alexandre Dumas pere, published serially in –46 and in book form in – The work, which is set during the time of the Bourbon Restoration in France, tells the story of an unjustly incarcerated man who escapes to find revenge.

The escape was a catastrophe for the slaves who dared make a run for it. But ironically, their disastrous escape attempt helped end the slave trade in Washington, D.C.

To the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Commons of the Parliament of Great Britain. My Lords and Gentlemen. Permit me, with the greatest deference and respect, to lay at your feet the following genuine Narrative; the chief design of which is to excite in your august assemblies a sense of compassion for the miseries which the Slave-Trade has entailed on my unfortunate countrymen.