OLIVER CROMWELL

BY JOHN MORLEY, M.P.

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  • Oliver Cromwell Prologue 1
  • Book One 7
  • Chapter I - Early Life 9
  • Chapter II - The State and Its Leaders 21
  • Chapter III - Puritanism and the Double Issue 42
  • Chapter IV - The Interim 61
  • Chapter V - The Long Parliament 71
  • Chapter VI - The Eve of the War 85
  • Chapter VII - The Five Members 100
  • Book Two 113
  • Chapter I - Cromwell in the Field 115
  • Chapter II - Marsten Moor 130
  • Chapter III - The Westminster Assembly and the Conflict of Ideals 144
  • Chapter IV - The New Model 163
  • Chapter V - The Day of Naseby 176
  • Book Three 194
  • Chapter II - The Crisis of 1647 209
  • Chapter III - The Officers as Politicians 219
  • Chapter IV - The King's Flight 233
  • Chapter V - Second Civil War--Cromwell at Preston 241
  • Chapter VI - Final Crisis--Cromwell's Share in It 253
  • Chapter VII - The Death of the King 262
  • Book Four 275
  • Chapter I - The Commonwealth 277
  • Chapter II - Cromwell in Ireland 286
  • Chapter III - In Scotland 300
  • Chapter IV - From Dunbar to Worcester 310
  • Chapter V - Civil Problems and the Soldier 318
  • Chapter VI - The Breaking of the Long Parliament 329
  • Chapter VII - The Reign of the Saints 342
  • Book Five 353
  • Chapter I - First Stage of the Protectorate I 355
  • Chapter II - A Quarrel with Parliament 372
  • Chapter III - The Military Dictatorship 381
  • Chapter IV - The Reaction 393
  • Chapter V - A Change of Tack 401
  • Chapter VI - Kingship 415
  • Chapter VII - Personal Traits 426
  • Chapter VIII - Foreign Policy 434
  • Chapter IX - Growing Embarrassments 449
  • Chapter X - The Close 459
  • Index 473
  • Index 483
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