New Model Army


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New Model Army

n
(Historical Terms) the army established in 1645 during the Civil War by the English parliamentarians, which exercised considerable political power under Cromwell
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In October 1980, three musicians took to the stage in their hometown of Bradford to play a gig under the name New Model Army.
This was because it had been used as a hiding place by royalist fugitives who were fleeing Cromwell's New Model Army. Or by Roundheads who were fleeing vengeful Cavaliers.
It is one of the two cavalry regiments of the Household Cavalry -- the other is the Life Guards -- and can trace its history back to Oliver Cromwell's New Model Army of the 17th Century.
"It never failed me," so said William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody of his Remington New Model Army .44.
A: From your photos and description, it looks like you have a First Type Remington New Model Army conversion.
Reconstructing the New Model Army; Volume 2: Regimental Lists 1649-1663
ROCK VETERANS AT LEEDS UNI Bradford band New Model Army play Leeds University's Students' Union on Saturday.
Merchants, shipwrights, and pirate hunters, the Rainborowes (also spelled Rainsborowe or Rainsborough) were part of an extensive Puritan network that included John Winthrop, the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and Hugh Peter, a chaplain in the New Model Army. The author uses his considerable talents as a writer to describe the world in which the Rainborowes lived, from London's docklands to the muddy streets of Boston.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls helpfully pointed out this would be Britain's smallest fighting force since 1645 and Oliver Cromwell's New Model Army.
And famous names such as the Angelic Upstarts, New Model Army, The Stranglers, the Cockney Rejects, Subhumans and Sham 69 all sent items to auction off in the Black Bull pub in Gateshead.
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