Politics, Society and Civil War in Warwickshire, 1620-1660

@inproceedings{Hughes1987PoliticsSA,
  title={Politics, Society and Civil War in Warwickshire, 1620-1660},
  author={Ann Hughes},
  year={1987}
}
List of maps and plan List of tables Preface Acknowledgements Abbreviations and notes 1. The social context 2. Peers and gentlemen before the Civil War 3. Public affairs 1620-1639 4. The coming of the Civil War 1639-1642 5. Military rule 1642-1649 6. Militancy and localism in Warwickshire politics 1643-1649 7. The impact of the Civil War 8. Politics and religion 1649-1662 Appendices Bibliography of manuscript and printed sources Index. 
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