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" ... mention of Cardiff castle occurs in the Truman manuscript, under Morgan Hen, who began his reign in the early part of the 10th century. The only historical event of any importance connected with it, subsequently to the union of Wales with England... "
Jenkinson's practical guide to North Wales - Page 404
by Henry Irwin Jenkinson - 1878 - 437 pages
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England Described: Being a Concise Delineation of Every County in England ...

John Aikin - England - 1818 - 499 pages
...the time of William the Conqueror, which was the scene of various actions .in the subsequent reigns. In the time of Charles I it was garrisoned for the king by lord Herbert of Cherbury, who delivered it to the parliament general on his approach. An attempt...
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Annals of Aberdeen, from the Reign of King William the Lion ...: With an ...

William Kennedy - 1818
...passage, and consisted of a quadrangular court of building, having a small turret in each of the angles. During the civil war, in the time of Charles I. it was plundered and destroyed by the covenanters ; and when the English occupied the town of Aberdeen, about...
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Annals of Aberdeen: From the Reign of King William the Lion, to ..., Volume 2

William Kennedy - Aberdeen (Scotland) - 1818 - 489 pages
...passage, and consisted of a quadrangular court of building, having a small turret in each of the angles. During the civil war, in the time of Charles I. it was plundered and destroyed by the. covenanters ; and when the English occupied the town of Aberdeen, about...
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Curiosities of Great Britain: England & Wales delineated ..., Volume 3

Thomas Dugdale, William Burnett (civil engineer.), Leonard Townsend - History - 1586 pages
...subsequently to the union of Wales with England in the reign of Henry VIII. is the siege it sustained in the time of Charles I. It was garrisoned for the king, but was betrayed into the hands of Cromwell by one of the royalists, who is said to have led his troops...
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England & Wales delineated, by T. Dugdale, assisted by W. Burnett ...

Thomas Dugdale - 1830
...subsequently to the union of Wales with England in the reign of Henry VIII. is the siege it sustained in the time of Charles I. It was garrisoned for the king, but was betrayed into the hands of Cromwell by one of the royalists, who is said to have led his troops...
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The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales: Adapted to the ..., Volume 3

Great Britain - 1851
...and Octubci I (Jib. iSt..rburgh-cuslle iu this pariah nas garrisoned by the forces of the parliament during the civil war in the time of Charles I. It was su'wis quently demolished: the moat has recently been cleaned out, and forms a fine piece of water,...
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Somersetshire, ed. by E.R. Kelly (a repr. of the description of the places ...

Edward Robert Kelly - 1875
...with the stream 'that flowed near its side, surrounded the whole building : during the civ il wars in the time of Charles I. it was garrisoned for the King, and was besieged by the troops of Cromwell ; after a determined resistance it surrendered, on the condition...
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Jenkinson's smaller practical guide to North Wales

Henry Irwin Jenkinson - Wales - 1884 - 255 pages
...conquered all Cardiganshire from the Welsh chieftain, Cadwgan ap Bleuildyn, Prince of Powls. The fortress was afterwards destroyed by Owen Gwynedd; and rebuilt...Charles I. it was garrisoned for the king. Thomas BuAell, a wealthy proprietor of lead mines in the neighbourhood, and noted for having been a friend...
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