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Landing of William III in Torbay (1688)

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Series:

History of the native country

Timeframe:

Regents and monarchs

Scene of action:

Torbay

Illustrator:

Eichman, J.H. en Altmann, H.; T.C. Bruining, del.

Publisher:

L. de Fouw, Goes

Year of publication:

1856

Themes:

Religion    European history   

England was governed by King James II. His eldest daughter, Mary, was wed to William III. Several notables requested Prince William III to come to England in order to protect the English popular laws and Protestantism. He entered the country at Torbay in 1688.