He was accompanied by Prince Rupert, his cousin, and attended by a troop of his bodyguard.
In this situation, Prince Rupert, on his return, found affairs.
Fiennes was accused of cowardice in surrendering Bristol (of which he was governor) to Prince Rupert, somewhat hastily, in 1643.
This kind of engraving was invented by Prince Rupert, in 1649.
An hour later he ordered Prince Rupert and started joyously to Uplands.
It was, in fact, resolved to supersede them by Prince Rupert and the lord-general.
In 1648 he was appointed treasurer to the navy under Prince Rupert.
The said ladies also "earnestly by letter, solicited Prince Rupert to their rescue."
Dutch thought, and thought hard, but the more he tried to use his brain, the more foreign Prince Rupert seemed to him.
But the decision as to battle or no battle did not rest with Prince Rupert.