Glorious Revolution, 1688
Author K. Merle Chacksfield tells the story of the Revolution of 1688 ain the words, where possible, of those who were there at the time and who have left a written record of what they saw and knew. Sources include: Rev John Whittle, Dr Gilbert Burnet, Henry Hyde and Sir George Savile.
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