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Moreover the army that had now to be sent to serve in Ireland was put under the
command of two inflexible Presbyterians. Discontent broke out in the New Model
Army when a deputation from the House of Commons arrived in Saffron Walden ...
Indeed the Army now declared that the Commons ought to be ' purged ' and
should fix a date for their own dissolution. Henry Ire- ton, Cromwell's son-in-law,
drew up a novel scheme of government known as the ' Heads of the Proposals ...
Schemes for the reform of the law - and in particular of the Chancery law - on
which the army leaders had set their hearts, hung fire, the Roundhead army, now
deprived of occupation, broke up and spilled its contents into the labour market, ...
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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
THE ROAD TO ENGLAND
CLIMATES OF OPINION
THE REIGN OF KING JAMES I 160325
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