King Charles the First 1648.
Charles I (1600-1649) was from 1625 to 1649 King of England, Scotland and Ireland from the House of Stuart. Charles was the second son of James I and Anne of Denmark. The coronation took place on 2 February 1626 in Westminster Abbey instead. Charles I married at 13 June 1625 Henriette Marie de Bourbon, the Catholic daughter of the French king Henry IV and Maria de ‘Medici. His attempts to introduce a uniform constitution of the church in England and Scotland, and to rule within the meaning of absolutism against the parliament, triggered the English Civil War, which ended with the execution of Charles and the temporary abolition of the monarchy. He was beheaded on the 30th of January, 1649 before the Banqueting House in London.
- King James I of England, son of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots.
- Bloody Mary, the daughter of Henry VIII.
- The character of Henry VIII. Tudor King of England.
- The reign of Elizabeth. The days of Queen Bess.
- Tudor Queen. The offer of the crown to Lady Jane Grey.
- Mary Queen of Scots at Lochleven Castle.
- Sir Francis Drake.
- The english boy king Edward VI.
- Relics associated with Queen Elisabeth.
- The English Civil War 1642-1649.
- Pictures and Royal Portraits Illustrative of English and Scottish History: