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London and the Restoration, 1659-1683

Author: Gary Stuart De Krey
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Series: Cambridge studies in early modern British history.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Articulate and restless London citizens were at the heart of political and religious confrontation in England from the Interregnum through the great crisis of church and state that marked the last years of Charles II's reign. The same Reformed Protestant citizens who took the lead in toppling the Rump in 1659-60 took the lead in demanding a new Protestant settlement after 1678. In the interval, their demands for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Stuart De Krey
ISBN: 9780521840712 0521840716 9780521093453 0521093457
OCLC Number: 54758824
Description: xix, 472 pages : map ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. I. Crisis, 1659-1660 --
Introduction to parts I and II : London and the nation --
1. London and the origins of the Restoration, 1659-1660 --
pt. II. Settlement and unsettlement, 1660-1679 --
2. The Restoration settlement and an unsettled city, 1660-1670 --
3. Protestant dissent and the emergence of a civic opposition, 1670-1679 --
pt. III. Crisis, 1679-1682 --
Introduction : London and the Restoration crisis, 1679-1682 --
4. Parliament and Protestantism in crisis : the emergence of parties in London, 1679-1681 --
5. The contest for the city, 1681-1682 --
6. Party matters : communities, ideas, and leaders in a divided city, 1679-1682 --
pt. IV. Crisis and conspiracy, 1682-1683 --
Introduction : Whig conspiracy and historical memory --
7. The London Whigs between law and resistance : conscience, consent, and conspiracy, 1682-1683 --
Conclusion : London and the end of the Restoration --
App. I. 1670 London dissenting subscription --
App. II. London dissenting common councilmen, 1669-1671 --
App. III. Whig party leaders --
App. IV. Tory party leaders.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in early modern British history.
Responsibility: Gary S. De Krey, St Olaf College.
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