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Sir Richard Grosvenor; critically edited, with an introduction dealing
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parliamentary news-letters, parliamentary compilations, etc., in the
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University of Minnesota. Studies in the social sciences. no. 10. 4263. OPPENHEIM, MICHAEL. The royal navy under Charles I.

Eng. hist. rev. 8:467-99; 9:92-116. 4264. THE OUTBREAK of the English revolution, 1642.

Westminster rev. 70:287-304. 4265. PRESBYTERIANS and Independents.

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4266. RELF, FRANCES HELEN. ... The petition of right, Minneapolis, 1917.

5, [2], 74 p.
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4267. REYNALD, HERMILE. Le Baron de Lisola; sa jeunesse et sa première

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Revue hist. 27:300-51. 4268. ROBERTS, LAURA M. Sir Anthony Hungerford's Memorial.

Eng. hist. rev. 16:292-307. 4269. Ross, W. G. The battle of Naseby.

Eng. hist. rev. 3:668-79. 4270. SALOMON, FELIX. Frankreichs beziehungen zu dem schottischen

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Inaug. diss. Berlin. 4271. SANFORD, JOHN LANGTON. Studies and illustrations of the great re

bellion ... London, 1858. 6, [2], 630, [2] p. fold. pl.

CONTENT6.-From Tudor to Stuart.-Puritanism: religious and social.--Antecedents and first years of King Charles.-Early life of Oliver Cromwell.-Constitutional returns to the Long Parliament.-Strafford and Pym.-Parliamentary royalism.--The Earl of Essex.

Long-Marston moor.-Cavalier and Roundhead letters: A. D. 1645.-Appendix.
4272. SCHOOLCRAFT, HENRY LAWRENCE. The genesis of the Grand

remonstrance from Parliament to King Charles 1. Urbana, (1902).
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University of Illinois. The University studies. v. 1, no. 4. 4273. Scott, EvA. The marriage of Prince Rupert.

Eng. hist. rev. 15:760-61. 4274. Scott, WILLIAM ROBERT. Some sidelights on the history of Mont

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Scottish hist. rev. 2:47-60.
4275. SEYMOUR, St. John DRELINCOURT. The storming of the rock of

Cashel by Lord Inchiquin in 1647.
Eng. hist. rev. 32:373-81.


4276. SHAW, WILLIAM ARTHUR. A history of the English church during

the civil wars and under the commonwealth, 1640-1660 ... London,

1900. 2 v. 4277. (SOUTHEY, ROBERT.] Letter to John Murray, esq., touching Lord

Nugent; in reply to a letter from his Lordship touching an article in the Quarterly review, by the author of that article. London, 1833.

96 p.

4278. Tatham, GEOFFREY BULMER. Dr. John Walker and the Sufferings

of the clergy ... Cambridge, 1911. 7, (1), 429 p.
Cambridge historical essays. no. **.

The Prince Consort prize, 1910.
4279. TERRY, CHARLES SANFORD. Charles I and Alexander Leslie.

Eng. hist. rev. 16:115-20. 4280. TERRY, CHARLES SANFORD. Free quarters in Linlithgow, 1642-47.

Scottish hist. rev. 14:75-80. 4281. TERRY, CHARLES SANFORD, ed. Papers relating to the Army of the

Solemn league and covenant, 1643-1647; ed., with an introduction ...
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Inaug. diss. Heidelberg. 4284. WALFORD, NEVILLE LLOYD. The parliamentary generals of the great

civil war. London, 1886. 6, 268 p. plans. 4285. WANDESFORD, WILLIAM. Letters of William Wandesford to Sir

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Eng. hist. rev. 9:548-54. 4286. Willis-BUND, John William BUND. The civil war in Worcester

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1905. 6, 267 p. front., plates, maps, plan. 4287. WORDS WORTH, CHRISTOPHER. “Who wrote Eixùy faoideah?" consid

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8 Documentary supplement to Who wrote Eiker Baoluky?" Including recently discovered letters and papers of Lord Chancellor Hyde,

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Eng. hist. rev. 31:406-28. 4290. BARCLAY, ROBERT. The inner life of the religious societies of the

Commonwealth; considered principally with reference to the influence of church organization on the spread of Christianity 3d ed. Lon

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Eng. hist. rev. 24:743-44.
4292. BEER, GEORGE Louis. Cromwell's policy in its economic aspects.

Pol. sci. quar. 16:582-611; 17:46-70.
4293. BICKLEY, FRANCIS BRIDGES. Letters relating to Scotland, January,


Eng. hist. rev. 11:112-17. 4294. BISSET, ANDREW. History of the commonwealth of England from

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Vol. 1, published in 1864, has t..p.: Omitted chapters of the history of England, from

the death of Charles 1. to the battle of Dunbar. Later ed. has title as above. 4295. BRAILSFORD, MABEL R. Cromwell's Quaker soldiers.

Contemporary rev. 108:648-56. 4296. Brown, Louise FARGO. The political activities of the Baptists and

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Prize essay of the American historical association, 1911.
4297. BURRAGE, CHAMPLIN. Anna Trapnel's prophecies.

Eng. hist. rev. 26:526-35.
4298. BURRAGE, CHAMPLIN. The fifth monarchy insurrections.

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4299. CATTERALL, Ralph CHARLES Henry. Anglo-Dutch relations, 1654-


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Amer. hist. rev. 8:86-89.
4302. THE CIVIL WARS and Cromwell.

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Eng. hist. rev. 14:737-39.

4304. CROMWELL, RICHARD. Correspondance of Richard Cromwell.

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4305. Douglas, WILLIAM SCOTT. Cromwell's Scotch campaigns: 1650-51. London, 1898. 10, 308 p.

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Eng. hist. rev. 14:105-9.

4308. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. The battle of Dunbar.

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Blake and the battle of Santa Cruz.

4310. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Cromwell and Sir Henry Vane. Eng. hist. rev. 26:751-54.

4311. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Cromwell and the crown.

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4312. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Cromwell and the House of lords. Macmillan's mag. 71:151-60, 231-40.

4313. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Cromwell's instructions to Colonel Lock

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Eng. hist. rev. 21:742-46.

4314. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. England and Austria in 1657.

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4315. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. "Killing no murder."

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1658. London, 1909. 2 v.

The last years of the protectorate, 1656illus., plans.

"These volumes are intended to be a continuation of the 'History of the commonwealth and protectorate' which Dr. S. R. Gardiner left unfinished.”—Pref.

4317. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. A letter from Oliver Cromwell to his

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Eng. hist. rev. 16:345-48.

4318. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. A speech by Richard Cromwell, 14

October, 1658.

Eng. hist. rev. 23:734-36.

4319. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Thomas Scot's account of his actions as intelligencer during the Commonwealth.

Eng. hist. rev. 12:116-26.

4320. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Thurloe and the Post office.

Eng. hist. rev. 13:527-33.

4321. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Two letters addressed to Cromwell.

Eng. hist. rev. 22:308-15.

4322. FIRTH, CHARLES HARDING. Royalist and Cromwellian armies in Flanders. 1657-1662.

Royal hist. soc. Trans. 2 ser. 17:67-119.

4322 a. FORTESCUE, JOHN WILLIAM. Cromwell's veterans in Flanders.

Macmillan's mag. 69:360-67.

4323. FORTESCUE, JOHN WILLIAM. The expedition to the West Indies, 1655. Macmillan's mag. 69:184-97.

4324. GARDINER, Samuel RAWSON. Blake at Leghorn.

Eng. hist. rev. 14:109-11.

4325. GARDINER, SAMUEL RAWSON. Cromwell and Mazarin in 1652. Eng. hist. rev. 11:479-509.

4326. GARDINER, SAMUEL RAWSON. Cromwell's constitutional aims.

Contemp. rev. 77:133-42.

4327. GARDINER, Samuel RAWSON, ed. Letters and papers illustrating the relations between Charles the Second and Scotland in 1650. Edinburgh, 1894. 23, 201 p.

Scottish hist. soc. v. 17.

4328. GARDINER, SAMUEL RAWSON. The transplantation to Connaught.

Eng. hist. rev. 14:700-34.

4329. GLASS, HENRY ALEXANDER. The Barbone Parliament (First Parliament of the commonwealth of England, 1653.) And the religious movements of the seventeenth century culminating in the protectorate system of the church government ... London, 1899. 8, 145, [1] p. front. (port.).

4330. HAINES, HERBERT. France and Cromwell.

Royal hist. soc. Trans. 2 ser. 5:147-56.

4331. HENDERSON, BERNARD LIONEL. The commonwealth charters. Royal hist. soc. Trans. 3 ser. 6:129-62.

4332. INDERWICK, FREDERICK ANDREW. The interregnum (A. D. 16481660); studies of the commonwealth, legislative, social, and legal. London, 1891. 2 p. 1., 7, 340 p. col. front.

CONTENTS.-Experiments in legislation.-The people's compensation for the abolition of royalty. The germ of religious toleration.-The administration of justice and reforms of the law. The high courts of justice.-Celebrated trials under the commonwealth: John Lilburn for seditious libels; Christopher Love for participation in the Presbyterian plot; Major Falconer for perjury; Don Pantaleone Sa for the murder of Mr. Greenway; Miles Sindercombe for an attempt to assassinate the protector.-Cromwell.-List of the circuits during the commonwealth.

4333. JENKS, EDWARD.... The constitutional experiments of the Commonwealth. A study of the years 1649-1660. Thirlwall dissertation, 1889. Cambridge, 1890. 2 p. 1., 4 p., 2 l., 154 p.

Cambridge historical essays. no. III.

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