London in the Time of the Stuarts

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ILLUSTRATIONS
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Charles I.Frontispiece
James I.3
Triumphal Arch erected at the time of the Coronation of James I.4
The Gunpowder Conspirators7
Gunpowder Treason8
King James I. Entertaining the Spanish Ambassador at Whitehall10
Henry, Prince of Wales11
A Facsimile of the Order for the Burning of the Book of Sports14
The Destruction of Cheapside Cross and the Burning of the Book of Sports16
Charles I.22
Cheapside--Queen Henrietta Maria's Entry into London23
Henrietta Maria26
George Villiers, First Duke (Second Creation) of Buckingham30
King Charles I. Thrown Overboard36
"England's Miraculous Preservation Emblematically Described"38
"The True Maner of the Execution of Thomas Earle of Strafford"39
Thomas Wentworth, First Earl of Strafford40
A Plan of London and Westminster after the Fire41
A Soldier of the Time of King James the First armed with a Caliver45
The Trial of King Charles I. Facing page46
Sir Thomas Fairfax and his Wife48
Trial of King Charles I.49
Execution of Charles I.51
Prince Rupert60
Cromwell Dissolving Parliament65
Hackney Coachman66
Oliver Cromwell67
General Monk, First Duke of Albemarle69
View of General Monk's House in Grub Street70
Letter from General Monk to the Speaker of Parliament (facsimile)71
Mob at Temple Bar74
The Coronation of Charles II. in Westminster Abbey Facing Page76
Charles II.77
Incidents in the Rebellion of the Fifth Monarchy Men under Thomas Venner, and the Execution of their Leaders79

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • 49079 Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Sovereigns 1
  • Chapter I James I 3
  • Chapter II Charles I 22
  • Chapter III the City and the Civil War 53
  • Chapter IV the Commonwealth 64
  • Chapter V the Restoration 74
  • Chapter VI 82
  • Chapter VII: James II 103
  • Chapter VIII William the Third 117
  • Chapter IX Queen Anne 127
  • Religion, Government, and Trade 135
  • Chapter I Religion 137
  • Chapter II Tiie Church and Dissent 154
  • Chapter III Superstitions 159
  • Chapter IV Sanctuary 168
  • Chapter V City Government and Usages 172
  • Chapter VI Trade 190
  • Chapter VII the Irish Estates 206
  • The Great Plague and Fire 213
  • Chapter I Plague 215
  • Chapter II Plague and Medicine 233
  • Chapter III the Fire 240
  • Chapter IV Ii. the Fire of London 244
  • Chapter V Contemporary Evidence 258
  • Chapter VI London After the Fire 269
  • Manners and Customs 285
  • Chapter I Food and Drink 287
  • Chapter II Dress and Manners 298
  • Chapter III Weddings and Funerals 308
  • Chapter IV Places of Resort 311
  • Chapter V Theatre and Art 318
  • Chapter VI: Sports and Amusements 328
  • Chapter VII Coaches 338
  • Chapter VIII Punishment and Crime 345
  • Chapter IX Public Morality 355
  • Chapter X General Notes 359
  • Appendices 363
  • Index 385
  • Ogilby and Morgan's Map of London, 1677 397
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