Naseby

Naseby, a village in Northampton, where the Royalists under Charles I. and Prince Rupert were defeated, “shivered utterly to ruin,” by the Parliamentary forces under Fairfax and Cromwell in June 1645, the “Ironsides” bearing the brunt of the battle and winning the honours of the day.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Narthex * Nash, John
Naples
Napoleon I.
Napoleon, Louis
Napoleon, Victor
Napoleon d'Or
Naraka
Narcissus
Narrows, The
Narses
Narthex
Naseby
Nash, John
Nash, Richard
Nash, Thomas
Nashville
Nasmith, Alexander
Nasmith, James
Nassau
Natal
Nathan
Nation of Shopkeepers

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Naseby in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Baxter, Richard
Bayly, Thomas
Cromwell, Oliver
Fairfax, Thomas, Lord
Ferne, Henry
Lilly, William
Montague, Edward
Needham, Marchamont
Wallis, John
Whitelocke, Bulstrode
Williams, Griffith