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1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol

1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol

1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol   1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol
MR RUSHWORTHS HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS Abridgd and Improvd in Six Volumes. He compiled a series of works covering the English Civil Wars throughout the 17th century called Historical Collections and also known as the Rushworth Papers Rushworth was born at Acklington Park in Warkworth, Northumberland, the son of Lawrence Rushworth and his wife Margaret Cuthbert, daughter of the vicar of Carnaby in Yorkshire.

His father was an extensive landowner and Justice of the Peace at Heath, Yorkshire although he was in prison for debt in 1629. Rushworth was a solicitor at Berwick on Tweed from 1638 and entered Lincoln's Inn in 1640. He also began work as clerk assistant at the House of Commons in 1640: assisting Henry Elsynge, Clerk of the House of Commons, he was the first recorded individual to hold the office While Rushworth was remembered as a person, his writings found favour in America where they served as a source of inspiration for Thomas Jefferson.

Jefferson bought a copy of Rushworth's Historical Collections for use in his own library and he often quoted from them. Rushworth was a contemporary of John Lilburne whose writings had a profound impact on the history of the English Civil Wars of the 17th century. Although his senior, he also shared much in common with Oliver Cromwell (born 1599), because they were evangelical Christians who believed that the Church of England should undergo a total reformation, contrary to the wishes of King Charles I.

His views of Charles I as a king who had declared war on his own people, were later echoed in words by Thomas Jefferson and others when writing about the reign of George III in the Declaration of Independence. S States, Canada, and Australia Sorry but these changes are out of my hands Member of the P. The item "1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol" is in sale since Monday, June 1, 2020. This item is in the category "Books, Comics & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectable".

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  • Non-Fiction Subject: History & Military
  • Year Printed: 1703
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Binding: Leather
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Region: Europe
  • Author: John Rushworth
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: None Given
  • Place of Publication: London
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated


1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol   1703-08 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mr Rushworth's Historical Collections History 6vol