A Day in the Life of the Long Parliament

D.H. Pennington uses the diary notes of a contemporary MP to give readers a real sense of the dramatic atmosphere in the pre-Civil War House of Commons.

November 16, Tuesday, 1641. The Speaker came between nine and ten of the clock.

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