Revolution: The Great Crisis of the British Monarchy, 1685-1720
Allen Lane, 2006 - 622 pages
"Tim Harris's new book rethinks the 'Glorious Revolution', plunging the reader into the hopes and fears of those involved and giving equal weight to England, Scotland and Ireland. Far from being a coup carried out by a small clique, it shows that the Revolution played into a vast range of religious and political activities."--BOOK JACKET.
The Reign of James II and VII 16858
The Accession of the True and Lawful Heir
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