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Sedgemoor,

marshy tract in Somerset, SW England. The forces of James II defeated the duke of Monmouth at Sedgemoor in 1685.
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Sedgemoor

a low-lying plain in SW England, in central Somerset: scene of the defeat (1685) of the Duke of Monmouth
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| 1685: The Battle of Sedgemoor in Somerset - the last on English soil - took place, with victory for James II's Royalist forces over the rebels under the Duke of Monmouth.
| July 6 THE bloody Battle of Sedgemoor took place this sunny afternoon in 1685 when the forces of Stuart King James II crushed an army led by the Duke of Monmouth at Westonzoyland in Somerset.
1685: The Battle of Sedgemoor in Somerset took place with victory for James II.
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1685: Judge Jeffreys began sentencing people to death in the wake of a failed rebellion against James II, at what became known as the Bloody Assize: the rebellion's leader, the Duke of Monmouth, had already been executed following defeat at the Battle of Sedgemoor. 1856: Condensed milk was patented.
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1685: The Battle of Sedgemoor in Somerset took place - the last on English soil - with victory for James II''s Royalist forces over the rebels under the Duke of Monmouth.
1685: The Battle of Sedgemoor in Somerset took place, the last on English soil, with victory for James II's Royalist forces.
Which rebellionwas defeated at the Battle of Sedgemoor in 1685?