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Kelliher 1978b, 125–6) (Saturday) The parliamentary commander, Sir John Hotham, Governor of Hull, refuses to open that town’s gates to King Charles and his royal troop. (Monday) King Charles raises his standard in Nottingham. (Sunday) Baptism of AM’s niece Elizabeth, ‘daughter of Robert More, gent. and Elizabeth Marvill’, in Norton, Derbyshire. (Burdon 1982, 42) 1643 Whether already in 1642 or now, AM begins his ‘foure yeares’ travels on the continent (Holland, France, Italy and Spain), which Milton cites in later writing on his behalf (see 21 February 1653 below).
BRB 3:242) 1631–33 21 1631 January 22 (Saturday) The rev. 8d. in will of Thomas Ferries, alderman, of Holy Trinity. (York, Borthwick Institute, Prob. Reg. 41, 334r–335r) 1632 April 17 (Tuesday) In the Easter season, the rev. Marvell and another minister, Richard Harrington, correspond in four letters energetically disputing Christ’s descent into hell. Puritanically arguing against that tradition, the rev. ’ (BRL 247, 247a, and BRL 247b, the last dated this day) 1633 The depredations of privateers (especially from Dunkirk) and even pirates (‘from Sallee and Algiers’), as well as Dutch claiming ‘a right to ﬁsh on the coasts of England’ leads to raising of ship money, especially in ports such as Hull, and resulting discontents (Tickell 307–8).
27 March 1625) and succession of King Charles; declaration published on scaffold set up for the purpose in the market, attended by the burgesses and the mayor and aldermen in scarlet gowns. 11d. (Cook 141) November 15 (Tuesday) The Hull Corporation settles the disagreement between Richard Perrott, minister at Holy Trinity Church, and the rev. Andrew Marvell over the latter’s preaching at that church. (BRB 3:141) 1626 Late winter? Ships transporting 1350 soldiers set sail from Hull to support the king of Denmark, early in the Thirty Years War.
An Andrew Marvell Chronology by Nicholas von Maltzahn (auth.)