Three Tracts Published At Amsterdam,In The Years 1691 and 1692 Under The Name of Letters Of General Ludlow To Sir Edward Seymour and Other Persons Comparing The Oppresive Government of King Charles I In The First Four Years Of His Reign

By: Ludlow Edmund Genera

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Collation, xvii[1]+150pp. Recently bound in marble boards, paper title label. binding in excellent condition, without any wear. Internally, contents holding firm, no loose pages, no writing or marking, some light foxing to first & last pages, otherwise pages in very good clean condition throughout. Book measures 23x29cm. Weight 1kg. Edmund Ludlow (c. 1617 – 1692) was an English parliamentarian, best known for his involvement in the execution of Charles I, and for his Memoirs, which were published posthumously in a rewritten form and which have become a major source for historians of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. After service in the English Civil Wars, Ludlow was elected a Member of the Long Parliament. After the establishment of the Commonwealth in 1649 he was made second-in-command of Parliament's forces in Ireland, before breaking with Oliver Cromwell over the establishment of the Protectorate. After the Restoration Ludlow went into exile in Switzerland, where he spent much of the rest of his life. Ludlow himself spelled his name Ludlowe.[1]. A70

Title: Three Tracts Published At Amsterdam,In The Years 1691 and 1692 Under The Name of Letters Of General Ludlow To Sir Edward Seymour and Other Persons Comparing The Oppresive Government of King Charles I In The First Four Years Of His Reign

Author Name: Ludlow Edmund Genera

Categories: Antiquarian, History,

Edition: Reprinted

Publisher: London, Robert Wilks: 1812

Size: Quarto

Seller ID: 006018

Keywords: King Charles First