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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
English Revolution and the Wars in the Three Kingdoms, 1638-1652.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
I J Gentles
|ISBN:||9781317898467 131789846X 9781315845630 1315845636|
|Notes:||The king's trial.|
|Description:||1 online resource (539 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of maps; Acknowledgements; Preface; Prologue; 1 Rebellion in the north; The National Covenant; The army of the Covenant; The army of Charles I; The First Bishops' War, 1639; The pacification of Berwick; Kirk, Tables and estates: the Scottish parliament of 1639; The Second Bishops' War; Dénouement at Newburn; 2 The Irish insurgency, 1641-42; Conquest, religion, land and ethnicity: the background of the 1641 rebellion; The rise and fall of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford, 1633-41. The rising in Ulster and its spread to the other provincesThe atrocity stories and their impact; 3 The outbreak of civil war in England, 1640-42; Constitutional revolution: the Long Parliament and the people, 1640-42; 4 Building and fuelling the machinery of war: recruitment, finance, logistics; War in England: preliminary menoeuvres, January-August 1642; The navy; Recruitment; Finance; Logistics; Armour and equipment; Horses; Imports; The English Civil War; Transport; Conclusion; 5 Popular allegiance in the English Civil War; Popular allegiance; Fluctuating allegiance; Combat motivation. 6 War in England: the first year, 1642-43The road to Edgehill; The battle; The march on London; Peace or mass mobilization (i)?; Adwalton Moor; The west Midlands; The centre: Reading; The south-west; Lansdown; Roundway Down; The political fall-out at Westminster; Bristol and the undermining of Viscount Saye and Sele; Peace or mass mobilization (ii)?; The tide begins to turn; The siege of Gloucester; The battle of Newbury; 7 The hinge year, 1643-44; Ireland: the Cessation of September 1643; England: the alliance with Scotland; The Solemn League and Covenant. England: the winter campaign: Alton, Arundel and Nantwich1644: the spring campaign; The summer campaign: Marston Moor; The late summer and autumn campaign; The aftermath of Marston Moor and Lostwithiel; 8 Hope revived: royalists counterattack, roundheads regroup, September 1644-May 1645; The Irish theatre; The Scottish theatre; The English theatre: Second Newbury; The Self-Denying Ordinance; The Uxbridge Treaty; The New Model Army; The exploits of Montrose; 9 The king vanquished, 1645-46; England: the spring campaign; Scotland: Montrose vanquished; Dénouement: England, July 1645-June 1646. England: the royalist collapseIreland: September 1644-September 1646; 10 The wars carried on by other means: the political struggles of 1646-48; Charles I and the Scots; Ireland: the Ormond Peace and Rinuccini; England: the Newcastle Propositions; Ireland; England; The Engagement of Charles I with the Scots; Conclusion; 11 The War of the Engagement --
1648; Scotland; Ireland; England; Wales; Maidstone; The siege of Colchester; Preston; 12 Regicide and republic; The Newport Treaty; The Army and the Levellers; Pride's Purge; The arrival of Cromwell; The navy; Ormond; The Agreement of the People.
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