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The History of England from the Accession of James I to That of the Brunswick Line

A landmark in female historiography, this work first appeared in eight volumes between 1763 and 1783. Notable for her radical politics and her influence on American revolutionary ideology, Catharine Macaulay (1731-91) drew diligently on untapped seventeenth-century sources to craft her skilful yet inevitably biased narrative. Seen as a Whig response to David Hume's Tory perspective on English history, the early volumes made Macaulay a literary sensation in the 1760s. Later instalments were less rapturously received by those critics who took exception to her republican views. Both the product and a portrait of tumultuous ages, the work maintains throughout a strong focus on the fortunes of political liberty. Volume 4 (1768) follows the course of the English Civil War from the Siege of Gloucester in 1643 through to the trial and execution of Charles I.
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Part II. Charles I (cont.): 1. Discord between the two houses; 2. Strength of the king and parliament; 3. Feuds in parliament; 4. Growth of the Independents; 5. Rancor between the Presbyterians and Independents; 6. Second civil war; Appendix.

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