Title King Charles I at Holdenby House (Holmby House), Northamptonshire, is summoned by Cornet Joyce, who shows the King his pistol as his authority. Engraving after P. Angelis.
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Physical description 1 print : engraving, with etching ; image 18 x 14 cm
Summary The King is wearing his night-clothes. Cornet George Joyce enters the room with other soldiers. His rank of cornet was the lowest commissioned rank in the army. "The cornet and his force reached Holmby and took control on 3 June 1647, but the subsequent decision to move Charles was forced on Joyce by those he was leading, after they had seized Holmby and Graves had escaped to London. Although Fairfax was said to have wanted him to be court martialled, no action was ever taken against Joyce. In view of later accusations against him, the evidence suggests that he had addressed the king respectfully and had treated him with consideration." (Oxford dictionary of national biography)
Cite as Wellcome Library no. 43708i
Lettering The king seized by Joyce at Holmby House
Author, etc. Angellis, Pieter, 1685-1734.
Subject name Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.
Joyce, George, active 1647.
Holdenby House (England)
Topic-LCSH Political realism.
Place name Northamptonshire (England)
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649.
Genre/Technique Engravings.
Portrait prints.
Copy photo no. V 41875
System no. .b12015210
Record no. 43708i