3 edition of The second part of Crafty Cromwell, or, Oliver in his glory as king found in the catalog.
The second part of Crafty Cromwell, or, Oliver in his glory as king
1956 in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Crafty Cromwell., Oliver in his glory as king.|
|Statement||Written by Mercurius Pragmaticus.|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
|Contributions||Mercurius Melancholicus, fl. 1648.|
|LC Classifications||PR1241 .W4 Series no. 2 C-60|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Get this from a library. The second part of Crafty Crvmwell, or, Oliver in his glory as king: a trage commedie wherein is presented, the late treasonable undertakings, and proceedings, of the rebells, their murthering of Capt. Burley, with their underhand workings to betray their King.
[Mercurius Melancholicus; Marchamont Nedham]. Get this from a library. The second part of Crafty Crvmwell, or, Oliver in his glory as king: a trage commedie: wherein is presented the late treasonable undertakings and proceedings of the rebells, their murthering of Capt.
Burley, with their underhand workings to betray their king. [Mercurius Melancholicus; Marchamont Nedham]. oliver cromwell * Footnotes (by Thomas Carlyle): 15 -- the Scotch 'Answer' which 'we have seen,' dated Edinburgh, 22d July"Answer unto the Declaration of the Army,' and then this English 'Reply' to it now sent, entitled ' Vindication of the Declaration of the Army,' in King's Pamphlets, small 4to, no.#15 (Printed, London, 16th Aug.
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Cromwell (drama)/Act third. From Wikisource. Afterward, he falling into the hands of Cromwell and the English army, a number in this nation violated the oath of GOD, which they had lately come under, by engaging in, an unlawful war with England, commonly called the Duke’s engagement, in order to rescue the King from his captivity (notwithstanding that he still persisted in his.
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‘About members followed the King’s flag, while nearly three hundred remained at Westminster. Rather more than thirty peers threw in their lot with the popular party, while about eighty supported the King, and about twenty took no part in the struggle’ (Firth, Cromwell, p.
69). [ 37b. so they pretended. His arguments for kingless rule were first published in brief essays written induring the rule of the Commonwealth that followed the execution of King Charles I in Inwhen Oliver in his glory as king book Cromwell had become lord protector, Nedham brought the essays together in his anonymously published tract The Excellencie of a Free-State; Or.
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The turbulent reigns of the Tudors and Stuarts witnessed the Protestant Reformation, the growth of powerful monarchies, the English Civil War, and the colonization of. The king no sooner set his eyes on her than he was disappointed and disgusted, and gave vent to his feelings before Cromwell, calling her a "great Flanders mare." Nevertheless, he consummated his marriage, although his disgust constantly increased.
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The Risen Christ reaches out to the frightened visionary, and touches him. Then there were the Fifth Monarchy men of Oliver Cromwell's time, who argued that the establishment of his power will be the beginning of a new reign.
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Poems on affairs of state from the time of Oliver Cromwell, to the abdication of K. James the Second. Written by the greatest wits of the age.
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Chapter 1. It was because of a scruple that he chose death and it would have been easy for him, skilled in the law as he was, to divert that scruple with the twist of argument or the placation of compromise. [Sidenote: Disorganization following the Death of Oliver Cromwell] The death of Cromwell () left the army without a master and the country without a government.
True, Oliver's son, Richard Cromwell (), attempted for a time to fill his father's place, but soon abdicated after having lost control of both army and Parliament. Army. The English Civil War is a fascinating period of history, but the focus is usually on King Charles, or Oliver Cromwell, or Parliament.
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in five volumes. vol. iii. new york: scribner, welford, and company. i87r. page ii london robson and sons, printers, pancras road, n.w. page iii contents of volume iii.
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Through the previous rules of Oliver Cromwell, Charles II and James II, England had been largely pro-French and anti-Dutch. When William of Orange was given the throne, firmly establishing a Protestant succession, it made France a more or less permanent enemy, with whom we were at war with, more years than we were at peace with, until Waterloo.The Orderly Book of Sir John Johnson During the Oriskany Campaign which give color to his illustration of the "Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell," probably destined to survive those crude "Reminiscences " of his own career, which have recently disappointed his appreciators.
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