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King James VI/I and his English Parliaments

Conrad Russell
Edited by Richard Cust and Andrew Thrush

  • The most authoritative chronological narrative of the early Parliaments of James VI and I
  • Highlights important subsidiary issues such as the clashes between king and judiciary over Common Law and the nature of the tensions over religion
  • Draws on a wide selection of sources, in particular the full range of the Parliamentary diaries
  • Offers the most up-to-date analysis we have of the conflict between Crown and Parliament in a turbulent phase of British history
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