11 edition of The community of Kent and the Great Rebellion, 1640-60 found in the catalog.
The community of Kent and the Great Rebellion, 1640-60
Alan Milner Everitt
|Statement||by Alan Everitt.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.K3 E9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||66070418|
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Ethel M. For examples of earlier complaints about the incompleteness of Parliament see His Majesties Declaration to all his Loving Subjects of August 12,pp. Friar and Diplomat London: Burns and Oates, His teaching offered a wealth of The community of Kent and the Great Rebellion ideas that broadened and deepened every aspect of local history that he tackled.
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James II and His Wives. Jean Dawson. A supposed necessity was then thought ground enough to create a power, and a bare averment of that necessity to beget a practice, to impose what tax they thought convenient upon the subject by writs of ship-money never before known; and a supposed necessity now, and a bare averment of that necessity, is as confidently and more fatally concluded a good ground to exclude the Crown from the use of any power by an ordinance never before heard of; and the same maxim of Salus populi suprema lex, which had been used to the infringing the liberties of the one, made use of for the destroying the rights of the other.
For three years, we shared the excitement of working in complete harmony on this neglected aspect of local history, exploiting collections of documents that were then being gathered in newly established county record offices.
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Margaret Exley.In his book on The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion (), which evolved out of his thesis, he argued that, with qualifications, ‘the England of resembled a union of partially independent county states or communities’.
For additional information about this book Everitt, The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion (Leicester ); id., The Local Community and the Great Rebellion, Hist. Assn., Gen. Ser. 70 (London ); id., Change in the Provinces: The Seventeenth Century, Univ.
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Everitt, AlanThe Community of Kent and the Great RebellionLeicester University Press Leicester.Vol. 73, No. 4, Apr., The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion, by Alan Everitt. The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.Gentry and Community ebook Medieval England.
Christine Carpenter. There is now a strong case for banning the word "community" from all academic writing and an even stronger one for banning it from the vocabulary of politics.