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The Parliamentary or constitutional history of England : being a faithful account of all the most remarkable transactions in Parliament, from the earliest times ; collected from the journals of both Houses, the records, original manuscripts, scarce speeches, and tracts ; all compared with the several contemporary writers, and connected, throughout, with the history of the times

Publisher: [London] : [publisher not identified], 1751-61
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Genre/Form: Early works
History
Early works to 1800
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Parliamentary or constitutional history of England.
[London : s.n.], 1751-61 (London : T. Osborne and W. Sandby)
(OCoLC)631804982
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 1649967
Notes: Imprint varies, vols. 10-24: London : Printed, and sold by W. Sandby.
Title varies slightly.
Vol. 24 has the title: A general index to the twenty-three volumes of The parliamentary or constitutional history of England.
Manuscript notes.
Head- and tailpieces; initials.
Spine title: Parliament. hist. of England.
Description: 24 volumes ; 21 cm
Contents: V.1. From the earliest times to the deposal of King Richard II --
v. 2. From the accession of King Henery IV, to the death of King Henry VII --
v. 3. From the accession of King Henry VIII to the fifth year of Queen Elizabeth --
v. 4. Which finishes the reign of Queen Elizabeth --
v. 5. From the accession of King James I to the twenty-first year of his reign --
v. 6. From the twenty-first year of King James I to the second of King Charles I --
v. 7. From the second year to the fourth of King Charles I --
v. 8. From the fourth year of King Charles I to the meeting of the Long Parliament, Nov. 3, 1640 --
v. 9. From the first meeting of the Long Parliament Nov. 3, 1640, to their recess, in Sept. 1641 --
v. 10. From the meeting of the Parliament after the recess, Oct. 20, 1641, to May 19, 1642 --
v. 11. From May 20, 1642, to the Battle of Edgehill in October following --
v. 12. From the call of the House of Commons, Nov. 1, 1642, till the convention at Oxford, in Jan. 1643 --
v. 13. From the first of Jan. 1643, to the Battle of Naseby, in June 1645 --
v. 14. From the Battle of Naseby, in June 1645, to July 1, 1646 --
v. 15. From July 1, 1646, to June 22, 1647 --
v. 16. From June 23, 1647, to Feb. 10, 1647/48 --
v. 17. From the declaration upon the vote against any further application to the King, in Feb. 1647, to Cromwell's march into Scotland in Sept., 1648 --
v. 18. From September 30, 1648, to the beheading of the King, the dissolution of the House of Lords, the abolishing of monarchy, and the Commons assuming to themselves the supreme authority of the nation --
v. 19. From the commencement of the Commonwealth in Feb., 1648, to the marching of the Scots Army into England, under the command of King Charles the Second, in August, 1651 --
v. 20. From the marching of the Scots Army into England, under the command of King Charles the Second, in Aug. 1651, to the meeting of Cromwell's third Parliament, in Sept. 1656 --
v. 21. From the meeting of Cromwell's third Parliament, in Sept. 1656, to the great confusions in October, 1659 --
v. 22. From the disturbances in October 1659, to the restoration of the King, and an adjournment of the Convention Parliament in Sept. 1660 --
v. 23. From the meeting of the Parliament, after a short adjournment, Nov. 6, to the dissolution of it, Dec. 1660 --
v. 24. General index.
Other Titles: Parliamentary history of England
Responsibility: by several hands.

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