England in the Seventeenth Century

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Penguin Books, 1973 - Great Britain - 266 pages
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Points of interest: Cromwell on Barebones Parliament: "I am more troubled now with the fool than with the knave." First public concerts date from Restoration: violin was introduced then. Re James II's ... Read full review

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A useful book which I believe was required reading for a course on Tudor and Stuart England I took some years ago. Read full review

Contents

THE CLASSES AND THE MASSES
ii
CLIMATES OF OPINION
26
THE REIGN OF KING JAMES 1 160325
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