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|Statement||Patrick Little and David L. Smith.|
|Contributions||Smith, David L., 1963-|
|LC Classifications||JN534 .L58 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007011162|
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This volume provides a detailed book-length study of the period of the Protectorate Parliaments from September to April The study is very broad in its scope, covering topics as diverse as the British and Irish dimensions of the Protectorate Parliaments, the political and social nature of 1654-1659 book, problems of management, the legal and judicial aspects of Parliament's functions Cited by: At the symposium on the Cromwellian protectorate held in Januarywhen most of the following chapters first saw the light of day, I was invited to bring the day to an end with a session entitled ‘conclusion’.
Almost exactly two years later, I have been asked to begin this book with an ‘introduction’. Background. There were two sessions the first from 17 September until 26 June and a second from 20 January until 4 February The Second Protectorate Parliament was summoned reluctantly by the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell on the advice of the Major-Generals who were running the country as regions under military governors.
The Major-Generals thought that a compliant parliament. Author of Engineering design, Engineering design, The Cromwellian Protectorate, Lord Broghill and the Cromwellian union with Ireland and Scotland, Hawthorn Tree Little P, Knight Of Swords Little P, Parliaments and politics during the Cromwellian Protectorate,Engineering designWritten works: Engineering Design: A Project Based Introduction.
Second Protectorate Parliament: | | | Parliaments of England| – | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. 36 Lomas-Carlyle, II, (Cromwell to the first Protectorate Parliament, 12 September ).
37 Patrick Little and David L. Smith, Parliaments and Politics in the Cromwellian Protectorate (Cambridge, ), pp.38 Lomas-Carlyle, II, (Cromwell to the second Protectorate Parliament, 17 September ).
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With the kingship controversy and the fall of Lambert, Baynes, too, lost most of his offices and either quit or was removed from the army. This study presents a full account of Sheppard's employment under Oliver Cromwell's Protectorate as well as an examination of his family background and education, his religious commitment to John Owen's party of Independents and his legal philosophy.
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