3 edition of William of Orange and the English opposition, 1672-4. found in the catalog.
William of Orange and the English opposition, 1672-4.
Kenneth Harold Dobson Haley
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haley, Kenneth Harold Dobson. William of Orange and the English opposition, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, William of Orange and the English opposition, Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: William, King of England; Pierre Du Moulin; William, King of England; William, King of England: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
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Coales from the altar; or Foure religious treatises to kindle deuotion in this colde age. Written in French by Mounsieur du Moulin: and translated into English by N.M Du Moulin, Pierre, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 libraries.
The historian iswhose book is entitled William of Orange and the English Oppositionpublished His study contains much fascinating information about the roles of Blood and Marvell during these two years.
It is a pity that the book ends injust about the time that Pierre Monamy appears on the scene. The Popish Plot crisis itself has recently been analysed in a brilliant book by Professor J.
Kenyon, 2 to which my indebtedness will be obvious; but in William of Orange and the English opposition context of this conference it may still be useful to discuss the attitudes of mind which are revealed, if only to encourage a few comparisons between English and Dutch attitudes to Cited by: 2.
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Sir Walter Scott, Greene, Graham, Lord Rochester’s Monkey, Haley, in his path-breaking study PVilliam of Orange and the English oppositionoffered an intriguing and persuasive explanation. Prior to the summer of I 6 73, Haley argued, public opinion and the house of commons were 'quite unmoved by foreign consideration^'.^ It was at this point that William of Orange, and his propagandist par.
William Gilbert, an English physician and physicist, writes De Magnete, Three wars, –4, –7, –4, provide a unique element of continuity between the Commonwealth and the restored monarchy. Opposition, stimulated by William of Orange's propaganda, made Parliament refuse further money, forcing Charles to make peace.
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Firth, 4 vols. (–) William of Orange and the English Opposition –4 Cited by: 9. The Dutch Statholder William of Orange was himself related to the Stuart dynasty in England and he had married James's protestant daughter, Mary, several years previously.
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An Answer to a Scurrilous Pamphlet, Lately Printed, Intituled, A Letter from Monsieur de Cros, to the Lord [William Cavendish, fourth Earl of Devonshire], printed inis the first prose work which Swift published.
The evidence for his authorship is indirect but persuasive. The pamphlet. In Junethen a sickly boy of sixteen, he was taken by Lord Fairfax's soldiers from Hadham to Colchester in Essex, which town his father was defending, and was carried every day around the works with the hope of inducing Lord Capel to surrender the town.
Political career. At the Restoration of the Monarchy, he was created on 20 April Viscount Malden and Earl of Essex, the latter Born: c.Hadham Hall, Little Hadham, Hertfordshire. William, however, was depicted as a good king, who had saved the English, restored its constitution, and ruled wisely, righteously and mildly, according to the maxims of the public : Matthijs Wieldraaijer.(William had once granted a pardon to his adulterous second wife’s lover, who then went off to father Peter Paul Rubens.) William’s great-grandson, also William of Orange (–), who became King William III of England, was born in the middle of a Dutch revolution, eight days after his .The authority of the Prince of Orange had, doubtless, an influence on the deliberations of the states-general; but it did not lead them to the commission of an act of injustice: for, when a people, from good reasons take up arms against an oppressor, it is but an act of justice and generosity to assist brave men in the defence of their liberties.