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History of England: From the Accession of James II


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Publisher:University Press of the Pa..., 2001



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This is Volume three of a five volume set

A classic and comprehensive work in five volumes by Thomas Babington Macaulay.

Chapters include: William and Mary proclaimed in London, questions relating to the revenue, the first Mutiny Bill, suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, unpopularity of William, State of Ireland at the time of the Revolution: the civil power in the hands of the Roman Catholics, Tyconnel sends Mountjoy and Rice to France; Tyreonnel calls the Irish people to arms, expedition under Kirke arrives in Lough Foyle; cruelty of Rosen, The Revolution more violent in Scotland than in England, William and Mary accept the Crown of Scotland, disputes in the English Parliament; the attainder of Russell reversed, frauds of the English Commissariat, violence of the Whigs, meeting of the New Parliament; settlement of the Revenue, trial of Crone and more!

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