Cavalier and Puritan in the Days of the Stuarts; Compiled From the Private Papers and Diary of Sir Richard Newdigate, Second Baronet, With Extracts Fr (Paperback)
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Cavalier and Puritan is a unique glimpse into the world of 17th century England, as seen through the eyes of Sir Richard Newdigate, a member of the landed gentry and a prominent Royalist. Compiled from his personal papers, diary entries, and letters, the book offers a detailed account of political and social life during the reigns of Charles II and James II. Newdigate's experiences as a member of Parliament, a courtier, and a friend of some of the leading figures of the day provide fascinating insights into the politics, culture, and daily life of Restoration England.
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