Oliver Eaton Cromwell
Oliver Eaton Cromwell
Oliver Eaton Cromwell Jr. was an American mountain climber who made many first ascents in the Canadian Rockies and was a member of the 1939 K2 expedition. Mount Cromwell, a mountain located in the Sunwapta River Valley of Jasper National Park, in Alberta, Canada, was named in 1972 by J. Monroe Thorington after Cromwell. The first ascent was made in 1938 by E. Cromwell, E. Cromwell jr. , F.S. North, J. Monroe Thorington, guided by Edward Feuz jr.
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A History of Aspirations - Voice of San Diego
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In 1640 Oliver Cromwell began his rise from his life as a yeoman farmer to eventually head the movement which took over the British Parliament, and overthrew the rule of the English royalty, even executing King Charles I in January 1649, to establish a
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Don't let the Church sell off Rose Castle - Telegraph.co.uk
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During the English Civil War, Oliver Cromwell took a dim view of Rose Castle, the Bishop of Carlisle's palace in Cumbria. One of the occupants had been rash enough to fire a cannon as he passed by, and so he burnt it
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TV crew captured onion celebration - Ledbury Reporter
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The BBC 4 crew filmed highlights of the fayre for a forthcoming television documentary about life under Oliver Cromwell, following the English Civil War. Onion Fayre spokesman, Andy Offord explained: “The Parliamentarians were not about people enjoying
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Bob Reynolds Showboat Night in Gloucester - SoGlos.com
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Jump aboard the very next Oliver Cromwell Paddle Wheeler Showboat Night this September, when The Bob Reynolds New Society Jazz Band will be wowing diners at Gloucester Docks on Friday evening. Bob Reynolds' band will be entertaining diners aboard the
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Rep Stage's 'Or' looks at barrier-breaking Sixties — 1660s, that is - Baltimore Sun (blog)
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When the reign of Oliver Cromwell and his fellow killjoys ended, one of the first things the new English king did was order the theaters back open. Charles II didn't stop there. He allowed those theaters to do something
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An Irishman's Diary - Irish Times
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However, it was also the day when Oliver Cromwell died, way back in 1658. Cromwell's death was heralded by one of the wildest storms ever to hit Britain – a night that saw devastation across the country, with houses blown down and ships sunk around the
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Thieves make off with Cromwell - The Corkman
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THIEVES using cutting equipment managed to remove a statue of Oliver Cromwell and William of Orange as well as two eagles from the entrance of Milltown Castle in Charleville. A Garda spokesperson told The Corkman that the eagles,
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Wild coast's vivid sights - Victoria Times Colonist
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Not far from there, it was hard to miss the haunting debris of more recent history occupying a jut of land, the remnants of a fort built in 1652 by the reviled Oliver Cromwell. It was here that the last battle of the English civil war was fought
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Last express steam locomotive makes its debut - Liverpool Daily Post
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BRITISH Railways' last express steam locomotive, Oliver Cromwell, made its debut on the Daily Post North Wales Coast Express. The train made a very rare direct run from Liverpool to Llandudno, which it will repeat
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Rajiv Dogra: Do we have the leaders to pull us out of recession? - Daily News & Analysis
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Addressing the fractious members of England's rump parliament in April 1653, Oliver Cromwell said; “Depart, I say; and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!” He could scarcely have imagined that his words would echo four and a half
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Oppn slams govt on price rise - Chandigarh Tribune
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Borrowing from English military and political leader Oliver Cromwell's condemnation of England's King Charles I, whom he overthrew to temporarily turn England into a Republican Commonwealth, the BJP today dared the Congress-led UPA coalition to “go if ... - -
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Summer Attractions At Oliver Cromwell's House - Ely People
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By elypeople | Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 22:51 This summer, visitors to Oliver Cromwell's House in Ely have the chance to learn about the past by meeting and talking to the real characters from the 17th century. Every Tuesday and Sunday during the School
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Between their lines - Sydney Morning Herald (blog)
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REMEMBER Oliver Cromwell's famous instruction to his portrait painter: ''Mr Lely, I desire you would use all your skill to paint your picture truly like me, and not flatter me at all; but remark all these roughness, pimples, warts, and everything as
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Dig under way at Civil War site - BBC News
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The battle of Inverkeithing, in 1651, was a pivotal win for Oliver Cromwell's forces, from where they launched the final push to conquer Scotland. Now, 360 years on, experts hope to uncover what may be the best preserved Civil War remains north of the
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Stone mad: Thieves snatch Cromwell and eagle statues - IrishExaminer.com
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THEY withstood the unwanted attentions of the IRA and well over two centuries of inhospitable weather, but statues of Oliver Cromwell and William of Orange in a Co Cork estate have fallen to a gang of thieves
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