3 edition of Suffolk and the Great Rebellion, 1640-1660. found in the catalog.
Suffolk and the Great Rebellion, 1640-1660.
Alan Milner Everitt
|Series||Suffolk Records Society. Publications, v. 3, Suffolk Records Society (Series) ;, v. 3.|
|LC Classifications||DA400 .E9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||61065598|
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book also known as the Great Rebellion. This work examines Suffolk County's involvement in the War. Through its contents the county's response to the Civil War and the impact. Title: Suffolk and the Great Rebellion,Volume 3 Suffolk Records Society Volume 3 of Publication (Suffolk Records Society) Volume 3 of Suffolk Records Society, publications.
Suffolk and the Great Rebellion, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, Original data: Everitt, Alan, ed. Suffolk and the Great Rebellion Suffolk Records Society, About Suffolk and the Great Rebellion, The English. General Series.
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Companion Volumes: This book is currently out of print and unavailable. Suffolk is renowned for the quantity and quality of its historic churches, many built with the profits of the wool trade. Simon Knott's Suffolk Churches provides photographs and descriptions of most of Suffolk's many churches.
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The powers of central government in seventeenth-century England were hollow without the active cooperation of the army of local authorities upon whom enforcement depended.
Professor G. Aylmer has put this relationship as clearly as any scholar writing of the period: In the localities the will of the central government depended for its execution on the voluntary cooperation of a Cited by: 2.
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Perhaps more than any other historian, Underdown has uncovered the popular elements of conservative or traditional politics in the ss and has alerted us to the existence of considerable attachment to the ‘Old Church’, to the Prayer Book and Church festivals: see idem, Revel, Riot and Rebellion: Popular Politics and Culture in England Cited by: 3.This study of Norfolk and Bedfordshire in the civil war and Interregnum was based on an analysis of the membership of the various committees appointed for the counties between December and March The members of the committees were divided into groups for analysis according to the dates of their first and last appointments.
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