Calendar of state papers, Domestic series, of the reign of Charles I, 1625-1649
Location: Microfiche Cabinet 16, Drawer 8
These are printed transcriptions of the domestic papers of the reign of Charles I. These papers witness the growth of the financial, political and religious tensions which were to plunge England into Civil War. Key events include the assassination of Buckingham, and the King’s sudden closure of Parliament together with the arrest of several of its members following attacks on Royal policies. This led to Civil War. Oliver Cromwell and his New Model Army beat Charles I forces in 1645. Charles I was beheaded in 1649. (publisher’s pamphlet- Harvester Microform)
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Time Period: 17th Century
Subject keywords: Great Britain - History