John Selden's Formative Years: Politics and Society in Early Seventeenth-century England
A lively account of the early life and times of John Selden, man of letters, jurist, historian, linguist, and parliamentarian. The discussion encompasses all of his writings, the tensions between parliament and the crown, and the Petition of Right and Selden's precedent cases.
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Londons Triptych of Friends
John Selden and the New History Development of Critical Method and Attitude
John Selden Jurisconsult
Learning and Politics The Political Implications of John Seldens Historical Outlook
The Parliament of 1624 and Initiation into Parliamentary Ways
John Selden and the Petition of Right in the Parliament of 1628 The First PhaseVictory in the Commons
John Selden and the Petition of Right in the Parliament of 1628 The Second PhaseVictory in the Lords
John Selden and the Crisis of Parliamentary Authority New Tensions in the Second Session of the Parliament of 16281629
Dominus Rex versus John Selden et al
The Tribulations of John Selden From Harassment to Courtship
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