London and the Restoration integrates the history of the kingdom with that of its premier locality in the era of Dryden and Locke.
- Cambridge University Press
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- Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.38(d)
Table of ContentsList of figures; Map; List of tables; Preface; List of abbreviations; Part I. Crisis, 1659–60: Introduction to parts one and two: London and the nation; 1. London and the origins of the Restoration, 1659–60; Part II. Settlement and Unsettlement, 1660–79: 2. The Restoration settlement and an unsettled city, 1660–70; 3. Protestant dissent and the emergence of a civic opposition, 1670–9; Part III. Crisis, 1679–82: Introduction: London and the Restoration crisis, 1679–82; 4. Parliament and Protestantism in crisis: the emergence of parties in London, 1679–81; 5. The contest for the city, 1681–2; 6. Party matters: communities, ideas, and leaders in a divided city, 1679–82; Part IV. Crisis and Conspiracy, 1682–3: Introduction: Whig conspiracy and historical memory; 7. The London Whigs between law and resistance: conscience, consent, and conspiracy, 1682–3; Conclusion: London and the end of the Restoration; Appendices; Bibliography; Index.
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