The attitudes of the Long Parliament towards the Scots, 1640-1643
According to Professor Trevor-Roper, John Pym was in the habit of calling on the Scots to aid the Long Parliament’s cause and of dismissing them when he had done with their services. Whatever the truth of this claim, most of the historians of the Great Rebellion have followed the example of Trevor-Roper’s John Pym, and have peremptorily summoned and dismissed the Scots as it suited the requirements of their narrative* For this, however, historians of the great contest between King and...[Show more]
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