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A letter from a member of the Long Parliament, to a member of the present
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 9337, no. 10.|
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|Number of Pages||34|
The Long Parliament was an English Parliament which lasted from until It followed the fiasco of the Short Parliament, which had convened for only three weeks during the spring of after an year parliamentary absence. In September , King Charles I issued writs summoning a parliament to convene on 3 November He intended it to pass financial . How to write a congratulatory letter to a newly elected member of parliament There are many reasons that a person would want to compose a congratulatory letter to a newly elected member of parliament. Perhaps you were a major campaign contributor. Perhaps you had a past business relationship with the new parliamentary member.
Full text of "The Squire papers [letters of O. Cromwell] List of the Long parliament, and " See other formats. The Long parliament’s narratives of /42 became foundational during the Civil War. Through it, the Long parliament constructed a legal regime capable of fighting a war. The winner of the war was the state, as narratives of necessity justified permanent precepts that enhanced state power even after the Restoration.
A letter from a member of Parliament for a borough in the West to a noble lord in his neighbourhood there, concerning the Excise-Bill, and the manner and causes of losing it. by: Member of Parliament. Published: (). Walton came from an ancient and knightly family of Great Staughton, in Huntingdonshire. Upon a vacancy he was returned a member of the Long Parliament for the county of Huntingdon. He was from the commencement of the English Civil War a soldier in Known for: Regicide of Charles I.
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