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  • Britannica, Volume 27 — Urswick, Christopher URSWICK, CHRISTOPHER (1448-1522), English diplomatist, was born at Furness in Lancashire and was probably educated
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  • IretonHenryIretonIreton,_HenryHenry Ireton.jpg16111651English general in the Parliamentary army during the English Civil War Heads of Proposals (1649) “Ireton, Henry
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  • rule by an absolute sovereign. Influenced by the English Civil War, Hobbes wrote that chaos or civil war could only be averted by strong central government
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  • jpg15981657English Parliamentarian Admiral, who fought in the English Civil War, the first Anglo-Dutch War, and the 1654 Anglo-Spanish War.
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  • Wentworth by van Dyck.jpg15931641English statesman and a major figure in the period leading up to the English Civil War. He served in parliament and was
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  • _John15961680[Scottish Calvinist minister and a significant intellectual of the English Civil War period. He made efforts to re-unite the Calvinist and Lutheran wings
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  • (1788-1815) (1905) A Comparison between the Pamphlet Literature of the English Civil War and that of the French Revolution (1906) Fortescue, Adrian Fortescue
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  • (modern)Thomas Hobbes This effort puts the book into modern Americanized English, marking the changes from Hobbes' original in green. Annotations will ensue
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  • Thomas PRIDE, THOMAS (d. 1658), parliamentarian general in the English Civil War, is stated to have been brought up by the parish of St Bride's, London
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  • his mother's house at Ashby Folville in Leicestershire. When the English civil war broke out he joined the royalists and was made a captain-lieutenant
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  • ASTLEY, JACOB ASTLEY, Baron (1579-1652), royalist commander in the English Civil War, came of a Norfolk family. In 1598 he joined Counts Maurice and Henry
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  • meaner views did Caesar move: His was ambition, Hind's was love. VI. Our English hero sought no crown, Nor that more pleasing bait, renown: But just to
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  • to prevent its use as a base by the investing forces. During the English Civil War this tactic was also used in other places where houses of sympathisers
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  • of 30 Nov. 1685, giving an account of Dungannon's services in the English civil war, is printed in full in Hist. MSS. Comm. 12th Rep. ix. 38–45. See also
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  • Author:John Lilburne (category English authors)
    jpg1613/16141657An agitator in England before, during and after the English Civil Wars of 1642–1650. The Agreement of the People, as presented to the Council
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  • related portals: English Civil War. sister projects: Wikipedia article. Source Hutton, William & Guest, James (1836), The History of Birmingham: With
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  • his whole life but one thing thoroughly, namely, the history of the English Civil War, and there were few occasions when he could not draw from it the needful
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  • in 1905, and A Comparison between the Pamphlet Literature of the English Civil War and that of the French Revolution in 1906, all showing much reading
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  • Colonel William Legge's regiment (ib.) At the commencement of the English civil war in 1642 Massey joined the king at York, but, dissatisfied with his
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  • Tyrannies and Murthers committed by him in the late Unnatural and Cruel Wars condemned to death; Whereupon, after Execution of the same, several Pretences
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