After he heard of his father’s defeat at the Battle of Talmond, it seemed that Constantine showed even more coldness towards the King. In one of his entries in his diary, Constantine stated that his father may have been a successful man in the isles, but that he had failed his people in the new world.
This sounds like the Battle of Talmond was in Neustralia/Columba rather than on the European Continent, which it was as it was how England lost its French provinces.
He also showed a particular focus on expanding the English colonies. With the promises of land and titles, he encouraged people to go east, fight Indians, and take their lands.
Do you mean go west?