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Author Biography: Jason ...
Author Biography: Jason Peacey is Research Fellow at the History of Parliament in London and has published a number of essays on politics, propaganda and print culture in the early 17th century.
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|1||Oliver Cromwell, the Regicide and the Sons of Zeruiah||14|
|2||The Frighted Junto: Perceptions of Ireland, and the Last Attempts at Settlement with Charles I||36|
|3||Staging the Trial of Charles I||71|
|4||Belshazzar's Feast: Regicide, Republicanism and the Metaphor of Balance||94|
|5||The Juristic Foundation of Regicide||117|
|6||Motives of King-Killing||138|
|7||Reporting a Revolution: a Failed Propaganda Campaign||161|
|8||The Levellers and the End of Charles I||181|
|9||The Quarrel of the Covenant: the London Presbyterians and the Regicide||202|
|10||Elegies and Commemorative Verse in Honour of Charles the Martyr, 1649-60||225|
|11||The European Reaction to the Trial and Execution of Charles I||247|