Peveril of the peak, or, The days of King Charles II

a melo-dramatic romance in three acts

Publisher: J. Lowndes in London

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Other titlesThe days of King Charles II.
Statementby Edward Ball.
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
ContributionsScott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination48 p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17809672M
OCLC/WorldCa8723476

This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. By using LibraryThing you acknowledge that you have rea. vol ii walter available for buying now online. Featuring vol ii walter available for sale here online! Waverly Novels 29 - Peveril Of The Peak Vol. Ii By Sir Walter Scott ; $ 2vol; 2vol Select Works Of Anthony Hamilton Charles Ii Tales Walter Scott; $ Peveril of the Peak () E-Text, Literatures and Languages, Rare Books, Wikipedia "Peveril of the Peak" is an elaborately constructed tale dealing with a pretended Popish plot against Charles II of England, but introducing a great variety of figures and interests, only a few of which can be given in a brief outline.. Sir Geoffrey Peveril, currently known as "Peveril of the Peak,"— the. Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.

Court was held twice a year at Tideswell. The Foresters also met to hear charges every three weeks. Peveril (Peak) Castle, built by William Peveril, is above the village of Castleton. Henry II often hunted the forest and it was at Peveril Castle that the King of Scotland submitted in Henry III also enjoyed the castle and forest. 9 comments to Peveril of the Peak. piscokid. August 4, at A lovely old family run pub with good beer. Urban Arcadia. August 4, at This pub gets a real mix of clientele, being close to the city centre, the Bridgewater Hall, the Cornerhouse and the Uni. Always lively/5(15). contents: introduction sir walter scott and lady morgan by victor hugo memories and portraits by robert louis stevenson scott and his publishers by charles dickens waverly novels waverley guy mannering the antiquary rob roy ivanhoe kenilworth the pirate the fortunes of nigel peveril of . King Charles II. and Nell Gwyn. One might classify the kings of England in many ways. John was undoubtedly the most unpopular. The impetuous yet far-seeing Henry II., with the other two great warriors, Edward I. and Edward III., and William of Orange, did most for the foundation and development of England’s constitutional law.

Further, his attempt to force the Prayer Book on the churches had raised cries of popery from Puritans. The Calvinistic Scots revolted. With King, nobles, and church leagued against Parliament and people, the issue was joined beyond conciliation; only arms would settle it. Charles had raised his standard at Nottingham in August of His Majesty preserved: an account of King Charles II's escape after the Battle of Worcester. Charles II (King Falcon Press, - 47 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. an account of King Charles II's escape after the Battle of Worcester.   Modern approaches, both academic and popular, to Charles II can be found in R. Hutton, Charles II: King of England, Scotland and Ireland (Oxford, ); R. HuttonDebates in Stuart History (Basingstoke, ), pp; T. Harris, Restoration: Charles II and His Kingdoms, (St Ives, ); A. Keay, The Magnificent Monarch: Charles II.

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The "Peveril of the Peak", named after Walter Scott's Novel is also a famous pub in central Manchester. References [ edit Peveril of the peak ^ For a full list of contemporaneous British reviews of Peveril of the Peak see William S.

Ward, Literary Reviews in British Periodicals, ‒ Author: Sir Walter Scott. Get this from a library. Peveril of the peak, or, The days of King Charles II: a melo-dramatic romance in three acts. [Edward Fitzball; Walter Scott].

Peveril of the Peak is a historical adventures novel first published in It is set in the years following the English Civil War, and deals with the clash of ideologies that was common for many years in its aftermath, and culminates in the events surrounding the Popish Plot of /5.

Peveril of the peak, or, The days of King Charles II: a dramatic romance, in three acts (from Sir Walter Scott). Printed from the acting copy, with remarks, biographical and critical, by D--g ; to which are added, a description of the costume, --cast of the characters, entrances and exits, --relative positions of the performers on the stage.

Condition: Good. pages. No dust jacket. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering. Peveril Of The Peak pages, Quentin Durward pages. Pages are lightly tanned and thumbed at the edges, with some foxing. Binding has remained firm.

Corners are dogeared in places. Boards are a little rub worn with some slight shelf wear to corners, spine. Peveril of the Peak, Volumen II (German Edition) (German) Available to ship in days. -fights, intrigues, insurrection, comedy, Newgate prison and the Tower of London, loyal old cavaliers and the charming Charles who isn't really worthy of them, stout yeomen and saucy serving-wenches, court courtesans, Teutonic smugglers, a /5(24).

In fact Peveril of the Peak is a rough swordsman always willing to draw his weapon. As in many of Scott's novels, the characters are richly diverse. For instance, a key character in this novel is a woman from the mid-east (called Asian then) who appears as two different women, one who cannot speak, but who is a tremendous dancer and agile /5(24).

Peveril of the Peak I. - Cavalier and Roundhead In Charles the Second's time, the representative of an ancient family in the county of Derbyshire, long distinguished by the proud title of Peverils of the Peak, was Sir Geoffrey Peveril, a man with the attributes of an old-fashioned country gentleman.

Peveril of the Peak, First Edition. Peveril of the Peak Vol II. By the Author of 'Waverley' Etc [Scott, Walter] pages. A story based on the Popish plot ofwhen the Jesuits were accused of planning to assassinate Charles II in order to establish a Catholic on the throne.

Spine labels rubbed with some loss, outer boards sunned. PEVERIL OF THE PEAK By Sir Walter Scott, Bart. had been forfeited in King John's stormy days, byone William Peveril, and had been granted anew to the Lord Ferrers ofthat day. Yet this William's descendants, though no longer possessedof what they alleged to have been their original property, were longdistinguished by the proud title of.

The first galley proofs of Peveril of the Peak were already rolling off the presses, when The Fortunes of Nigel was published in May Having made rapid early progress, Scott had to suspend work on the novel while engaged in organizing George IV's visit to Edinburgh in Augustthe first visit to Scotland by a Hanoverian monarch.

Most of the story takes place in Derbyshire, London, and on the Isle of Man. The title refers to Peveril Castle in Castleton, Derbyshire. "Here is a plot without a drop of blood; and all the elements of a romance, without its conclusion," says King Charles II near the end of Peveril of the Peak/5(91).

"Here is a plot without a drop of blood; and all the elements of a romance, without its conclusion," says King Charles II near the end of Peveril of the Peak. As well he might The book's about a popish plot to do him in, and pits puritan against catholic in a nation that'd just passed through the worst of its reformation.

Peveril of the Peak. "Peveril Of The Peak" is an elaborately constructed tale dealing with a pretended Popish plot against Charles II of England, but introducing a great variety of figures and interests, only a few of which can be given in a brief outline. Sir Geoffrey Peveril, currently known as.

'Here is a plot without a drop of blood; and all the elements of a romance, without its conclusion', comments the King towards the end of Scott's longest, and arguably most intriguing, novel. Set against the backdrop of the Popish Plot to overturn Charles II, Peveril of the Peak explores the on-going tensions between Cavalier and Puritan /5(24).

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He forgot that Major Bridgenorth was already in possession of a fair third of his estate, and had various pecuniary claims affecting the remainder, to the extent of one-third more.

Peveril of the Peak, by Walter Scott. Amidst all these ruins of an older time arose the Castle itself — now ruinous — but in Charles II.‘s reign well garrisoned, and, in a military point of view, kept in complete order. the haughty wife of the good Duke of Gloucester, pined out in seclusion the last days of her banishment.

The. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Peveril of the Peak, by Sir Walter Scott This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. to join Charles II. He witnessed also the final defeat of Worcester, where he was a second time made prisoner; and as, in the opinion of Cromwell and the language of the.

Edinburgh - Adam and Charles Black, Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A nicely bound copy of Peveril of the Peak. This novel is one of Sir Walter Scott's Waverley novels. It is his longest work and is set in seventeenth century England.

This novel waspublished as a part of a wider collection of Sir Walter Scott's works. The spine is Read more. Peveril of the peak by Scott, Walter, Sir, Publication date Topics Great Britain -- History Charles II, Fiction Publisher Boston: Houghton Mifflin Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English.

AddeddatePages: This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. cloud_upload Publier search. "Sir Geoffrey Peveril of Martindale Castle, in Derbyshire, and his son Julian." "What.

Peveril of the Peak?" said the Duke,--"a stout old Cavalier as ever swore an oathA Worcester-man, too--and, in truth, a man of all work, when blows were going. I will not consent to his ruin, Christian. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and tten works: The Inchcape Bell.

The Castle was the Peak or Peveril Castle, built by the same William Peveril mentioned in Domesday Book, although relics of the earlier kings have been found on site. a Royal playground had been eroded by social and economic changes over the centuries, and eventually in the reign of Charles II, the area was 'de-forested'.

The Peveril Of The Peak is a Manchester pub that time forgot, a Victorian curiosity tucked behind the more modern Bridgewater Hall. It’s a genuine Manchester institution that gets a real mix of students, locals and professionals of all ages - it has a reputation as an old man pub, although there is a younger bias on Friday and Saturday nights.4/5(1).

Peveril of the Peak was still more thoughtless; for he had directed his lady to invite the whole honest men of the neighbourhood to make good cheer at Martindale Castle, in honour of the blessed Restoration of his most sacred Majesty, without precisely explaining where the provisions were to come from.

The Honour of Peverel (also known as the Feudal Barony of the Peak) is a geographic area in the north of England comprising part of the historic feudal barony held by the Norman Peverel family.

The honour was granted to William Peverel (c. – c. ) by William the Conqueror. The Honour is recorded in the Domesday Book ofand consisted of substantial lands comprising manors. Charles I, –, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland (–49), second son of James I and Anne of Denmark.

Early Life He became heir to the throne on the death of his older brother Henry in and was made prince of Wales in [From Peveril of the Peak, ] [Note Wm. Harrison attributes these notes to a Mr Marsden - is somewhat dismissive of their accuracy]. APPENDIX. No. I. THE following Notices were recommended to my attention, in the politest manner possible, by John Christian, Esq.

of Milntown, in the Isle of Man, and Unrigg, in Cumberland, Dempster at present of the Isle of Man.King Malcolm IV of Scotland submitted to King Henry II at Peveril Castle and the constables, Piers Gaveston, Simon de Montfort, and King Edward I are evidence of its importance.

When the sheriff of Nottingham came to Derbyshire on duty, he made Peveril Castle his headquarters as did King Edward III in September