English History 'War and Radicalism' 1642-46

Wars

First Civil War

1642 - 1646

Royalist Forces

Charles raises standard at Nottingham

25 August 1642

Charles retreats to Oxford

November 1642

Scarborough Castle declared for the king

March 1643

Royalists take Bristol and Exeter

July 1643

Charles surrenders to the Scots

April 1646

Battles and Skirmishes

Battle of Edgehill

23 October 1642

Standoff at Turnham Green

13 November 1642

Battle of Stratton

16 May 1643

Battle of Naseby

14 June 1643

Battle of Admalton

30 June 1643

Battle for Adwalton

30 June 1643

Battle of Lansdowne Hill

5 July 1643

Battle of Roundway Down

13 July 1643

Siege of Gloucester

August 1643 - September 1643

First Battle of Newbury

20 September 1643

Siege of York

April 1644 - June 1644

Battle of Copredy Bridge

29 June 1644

Battle of Marston Moor

2 July 1644

Lostwithiel Campaign

August 1644 - September 1644

Second Battle of Naseby

27 October 1644

Battle of Naseby

14 June 1645

Battle of Langport

10 July 1645

Siege of Bristol

23 August 1645 - 10 September 1645

Battle of Philiphaugh

13 September 1645

Parliamentary Forces

Parliament raises an army

July 1642

Formation of the Eastern Association

20 December 1642

Cessation Treaty

15 September 1643

Solemn League and Covenant

23 September 1643

Introduction of Self-Denying Ordinance

9 December 1644

Execution of William Laud

10 January 1645

New Model Ordinance

February 1645

Passing of Self-Denying Ordinance

3 April 1645

Charles handed over to the English

February 1647

Negotiations

Oxford Treaty negotiations

January 1643 - April 1643

Uxbridge Treaty

29 January 1645

Propositions of Newcastle

July 1646