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Sealed Knotlocked

(act. 1653–1659)
  • Stephen K. Roberts


Sealed Knot (act. 1653–1659), was the name adopted by a group of six royalist partisans to describe their secret committee working on behalf of the exiled king of England and Scotland, Charles Stuart. They saw themselves as facilitators of co-ordinated royalist uprising, and the group probably came into being in November 1653. The initiative was personally approved by ...

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