English Constitutional Conflicts of the Seventeenth Century: 1603-1689

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CUP Archive, Mar 3, 1928 - History - 315 pages
The lectures printed in the present volume were delivered in the University of Cambridge by the author as Deputy for the Regius Professor of Modern History during the academic year 1926-27. Dr Tanner deals with: Religious Questions in the Parliaments of James I; Constitutional Questions in the Parliaments of James I; The earlier Parliaments of Charles I; The eleven years of Non-Parliamentary Government; The Long Parliament and Reform; The Long Parliament and Revolution; The Long Parliament and Civil War; The Long Parliament and the Army; The Rule of the Purged Parliament, 1649-1653; The Parliament of Saints and the first Parliaments of the Protectorate; The Restoration; The Pension Parliament; The Policy of Exclusion; The Revolution of 1688.
 

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Contents

Religious Questions in the Parlia
17
Constitutional Questions in the Parlia
34
The Earlier Parliaments of Charles I
51
tary Government
68
The Long Parliament and Reform
83
The Long Parliament and Revolution
100
The Long Parliament and the Civil
116
The Long Parliament and the Army
134
The Restoration
201
The Pension Parliament
217
The Policy of Exclusion
233
The Revolution of 1688
250
The Subsidy Act of 1624
269
Oliver Cromwell
282
Godden v Hales 1686
289
Bibliographical Note
297

The Parliament of Saints the First
168
The Second Parliament of the Pro
185

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