"I am not speaking of regicide, I am speaking about ideas."
"Yes: ideas of robbery, murder, and regicide," again interjected an ironical voice.
For instance, you make no mention of the good knight Sir Richard Saltonstall, nor of the famous Hugh Peters, nor of those old regicide
judges, Whalley, Goffe, and Dixwell.
"Some condemned soldier, perhaps," suggested Athos, "whom they have pardoned at the price of regicide
"In the devil's name what is this?" muttered Sir William Howe to a gentleman beside him; "a procession of the regicide
judges of King Charles the martyr?"
'Thoughts on the Prospect of a Regicide
Peace' (with France) he died in
Queen Anne (1665-1714) was not charismatic, brilliant or beautiful, but under her rule, England rose from the chaos of regicide
, civil war and revolution to the cusp of global supremacy.
It never fails to astonish in its grandeur, written in the aftermath of civil war and regicide
Following a trial, the prince was declared sane by medical experts during the act of assassination, and was then convicted of regicide
. As a consequence, he was beheaded in the public square in Riyadh.
The year is 1793, just one removed from the regicide
of Swedish King Gustav III, mere months after French King Louis XVI had a date with a guillotine, soon to be followed by his queen consort Marie Antoinette.
Mayhew's first political pamphlet, Discourse Concerning Unlimited Submission, affirmed the acceptability of regicide
against Charles I and asserted the right of all subjects to resist "rulers who thwart God's will" (55).
LINGFIELD: 1.00 Sonnet Rose, 1.40 Al Khan, 2.20 Night Story, 3.00 Regicide
, 3.40 Crown Walk, 4.20 Regina Nostra, 5.00 Dolly Mixture.