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A Cromwellian Major General

Berry, James Sir.

A Cromwellian Major General

the career of Colonel James Berry illustrated by his letters and other contemporary documents

by Berry, James Sir.

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Published by Oxford University Press Microfiche Editions in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Berry, James, -- ca.1610-1691.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche reproduction of original ed., published: 1938.

    Statementby Sir James Berry and Stephen G. Lee
    ContributionsLee, Stephen G.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 microfiches
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14962505M
    ISBN 100199800529

      The first full-scale study of the rule of Cromwell's major-generals over England and Wales during and This is a period which had a dramatic impact upon contemporaries and has remained a powerful symbol of military rule down to the present day/5(2). Hezekiah Haynes was shaped by the Puritanism of his father’s network and experienced emigration to New England as part of a community removing themselves from Charles I’s Laudianism. Returning to fight in the British Civil Wars, Haynes rose to become Cromwell’s ruler of the east of England, ta.

    This book records the excavation of the wreck of a small Cromwellian warship, believed to be Swan, which was found off Duart Point in When erosion threatened the site in maritime archaeologists from St Andrews University were asked to investigate the wreck in advance of consolidation and long-term protective management. Full text of "The Cromwellian settlement of Ireland" See other formats.

      He notes and briefly summarises considerable new historical work on aspects of interregnum Ireland largely or wholly omitted here - the changing landownership and land settlements of the mid seventeenth century and the Cromwellian military campaign of - as well as Clarke's major study in Prelude to Restoration of the period after Henry. Dunne is an Irish surname, derived from the Irish Ó Duinn and Ó Doinn, meaning "dark" or "brown."The name Dunne in Ireland is derived from the Ó Duinn and the Ó Doinn Gaelic septs who were based in County Laois, County Meath and County septs in turn are descendants of the O'Regan noble family. It is in these counties that the majority of descendants can still be of origin: Ireland.


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This volume provides a detailed book-length study of the period of the Protectorate Parliaments from September to April The study is very broad in its scope, covering topics as diverse as the British and Irish dimensions of the Protectorate Parliaments, the political and social nature of factions, problems of management, the legal and judicial aspects of Parliament's functions Cited by: John Lambert's life and career have long deserved this revealing study.

The man who made Cromwell Lord Protector in also stopped him becoming king in ; and Lambert was the originator of the Instrument of Government, on which Cromwell's Protectorate was based.

Committed to his deeply held, radical beliefs, Lambert first rose to prominence as a dashing cavalry commander in the civil. The Rule of the Major-Generals, was a period of direct military government from August to Januaryduring Oliver Cromwell's Protectorate.

England and Wales were divided into ten regions, each governed by a major-general who answered to the Lord Protector. The period quickly "became a convenient and powerful symbol of the military nature of the unpopular Interregnum state". Get this from a library. John Lambert, parliamentary soldier and Cromwellian major-general, [David Farr, historien.].

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The new regime saw a large and politically reliable fleet as essential to its survival, and the years after witnessed a rapid build-up and Author: Bernard Capp. The first full-scale study of the rule of Cromwell's major-generals over England and Wales during and This is a period which had a dramatic impact upon contemporaries and has remained a powerful symbol of military rule down to the present day.

Contains chapters on the three most important aspects of the major-generals' work: the collection of the decimation tax; the attempt to. This is the third in David Farr’s trilogy of scholarly monographs focused on English republican generals. Having already published successful studies of John Lambert (John Lambert, Parliamentary Soldier and Cromwellian Major-General, – []), and Henry Ireton (Henry Ireton and the English Revolution []), in this volume Farr extends his repertoire to include Author: Andrew Hopper.

The Cromwellian conquest of Ireland or Cromwellian war in Ireland (–53) refers to the conquest of Ireland by the forces of the English Parliament, led by Oliver Cromwell, during the Wars of the Three ll invaded Ireland with his New Model Army on behalf of Result: Decisive English Parliamentarian victory.

In addition to standard histories of the period, see Rannie, David Watson, “ Cromwell's Major-Generals,” English Historial Review 10 (): – The long instructions for the suppression of vice, designed to preserve social order, were not tied to any particular form of church government and therefore lie outside this argument.

about fifteen months, inEngland and Wales were governed by major-generals who exercised sweeping powers to enforce order, preserve security, and enforce a 'reformation of manners'.

All these developments raise profound questions about the nature of Cromwellian government in general, and the relationship between politics and military.

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Lee. The Army in Cromwellian England:by Henry Reece. Oxford, Oxford University Press, xv, pp. $ US (cloth). The presence of a standing army was one of the defining features of England during the Interregnum, yet most historical scholarship on the topic is confined to moments when the army intervened in politics.

Such dithering was the hallmark of Cromwellian government between and At first, between andthe Rump Parliament ruled, with Cromwell sitting on the council of state. The Cromwellian Settlement by Catherine O’ Donovan Ireton died in November and was replaced by General Ludlow.

Ludlow proceeded to break down the resistance of the remaining garrisons. This is a copy of a page from the Clare book.

It shows the owners of land in the townlands of the parish of Killno in the barony of Tulla. David Farr. John Lambert, Parliamentary Soldier and Cromwellian Major-General, Woodbridge and Suffolk: Boydell Press, x + pp.

$ (cloth), ISBN Reviewed by Barry Coward (School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Birkbeck College, University of London) Published on H-Albion (September, ). This capacity for self-delusion was very clearly one feature of the Cromwellian regime, exemplified in the conviction of the Major-Generals that they would be capable of controlling fresh parliamentary elections in such a way as to produce a national assembly which would support their work and that of the government behind them.

Oliver Cromwell, English soldier and statesman, who led parliamentary forces in the English Civil Wars and was lord protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland (–58) during the republican Commonwealth.

Learn more about the life and accomplishments of Cromwell in this article.Book Reviews only as a radical pamphleteer and secretary to Cromwell. After all, far inferior poets such as Edmund Waller (here given a knighthood, which he doesn't deserve) are in.

If Biddle merits discussion, why not her judge at the trial, the prominent London citizen and Civil War soldier Richard Browne? Most of the Cromwellian major.