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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Trial of Charles I.
Hanover, NH : Published for Dartmouth College by University Press of New England, ©1989
|Named Person:||Charles, King of England; Charles, King of England; Charles, King of England; Charles, ((roi d'Angleterre d'Ecosse et d'Irlande ;|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Lagomarsino; Charles T Wood; Dartmouth College.
|ISBN:||9781611680591 161168059X 058526550X 9780585265506|
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL|
|Description:||1 online resource (xiii, 151 pages) : illustrations|
|Details:||Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Contents:||Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Introduction; About the Documents; Prologue; Negotiations with the King; Friday, 1 December 1648-the House of Commons debates the King's most recent concessions.; Saturday, 2 December 1648-the debate continues; Monday, 4 December 1648-a report that the Army has abducted the King; Tuesday, 5 December 1648-the Commons accept the King's concessions while the Army extends its occupation of London; The Army Seizes Control; Wednesday, 6 December 1648-Pride's Purge; The Decision to Bring the King to Trial. Saturday, 23 December 1648-House of CommonsThursday, 28 December 1648-the charge against the King; Saturday, 30 December 1648-continued preparations for the King's trial; Monday, 1 January 1649; House of Commons; The ordinance for the King's trial is forwarded to the House of Lords; Other actions by the House; Other News; Theaters closed; A private letter from Somerton; Tuesday, 2 January 1649; House of Lords; The Lords refuse to consent to the King's trial; Wednesday, 3 January 1649; House of Commons; The Commons proceed without the concurrence of the Lords; The Army; Taxes to pay the Army. Thursday, 4 January 1649House of Commons; The House declares itself the supreme power in England; Friday, 5 January 1649; House of Commons; From the Journals of the House of Commons; Saturday, 6 January 1649; House of Commons; The House passes the act for the King's Trial; Other actions by the House; Text of the Act Ordering the King's Trial; An Act of the Commons; Other News; London given five days to raise #19,000; The "Agreement of the People" discussed by the Army; Monday, 8 January 1649; House of Commons; From the Journals of the House of Commons; High Court of Justice. The court begins to organizeTuesday, 9 January 1649; House of Lords; The Lords discuss the King's trial; House of Commons; The King's trial is proclaimed; An alteration of judicial procedures discussed; The Army; Typical petition urging the punishment of the King and the radical reformation of government; Wednesday, 10 January 1649; House of Commons; Arrest of William Prynne ordered; Ordinance for altering judicial procedures recommitted; High Court of Justice; Preparations for the King's trial continue; Thursday, 11 January 1649; House of Commons; Miscellaneous business. Friday, 12 January 1649High Court of Justice; The court installs its President and settles its procedures; Saturday, 13 January 1649; High Court of Justice; Private meeting in the Painted Chamber; Monday, 15 January 1649; House of Commons; Miscellaneous actions; High Court of Justice; The court meets again privately; Tuesday, 16 January 1649; House of Commons; Miscellaneous actions; Other News; The Scots object; Wednesday, 17 January 1649; High Court of Justice; Details settled for the conduct of the trial; The court reconvenes; Thursday, 18 January 1649; House of Commons.|
|Responsibility:||edited by David Lagomarsino, Charles T. Wood.|
Provides students of English history as well as interested general readers with a vibrant and detailed day-by-day account of the trial of an anointed king, a trial that served effectively to mark the
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