The Bussex Rhine, and King's Sedgemoor

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The Battle of Sedgemoor was a war that was fought between the troops who supported King James II, and the troops in favor of James Scott, the 1st Duke of Monmouth, who was the nephew of the newly appointed King James II.

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The Bussex Rhine, and King's SedgemoorThe Bussex Rhine, and King's SedgemoorThe Battle of Sedgemoor was a war that was fought between the troops who supported King James II, and the troops in favor of James Scott, the 1st Duke of Monmouth, who was the nephew of the newly appointed King James II. The battle of Sedgemoor and the incidents leading up to the battle took form due to what was thought to be a faulty claim led by James II to his brother's, Charles II's, throne. James Scott, the 1st Duke of Monmouth, was the illegitimate son of Charles II and believed, along with the rest of the Monm

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