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An account of the last houres of the late renowned Oliver Lord Protector
|Other titles||Collection of several passages concerning his late Highness Oliver Cromwell in the time of his sickness|
|Statement||drawn up and published by one who was an eye and ear-witness of the most part of it|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 520:10, Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2202:4|
|Contributions||Harvey, Charles, 17th cent, Underwood, Walker, Henry, Ironmonger|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 22 p|
|Number of Pages||22|
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For the second year running I managed to go along to the service the Cromwell Association holds under the statue of Oliver on Cromwell Green at the Palace of Westminster. in his Sickness." "The Protector's Declaration against the Royal Family of the Stuarts." "Memoirs of Cromwell and his Children, supposed to be written by himself." "Narrative of the Proceedings of the English Army in Scotland." "An Account of the Last Houres of the late renowned Oliver, Lord Protector" ().
"Sedition Scourged.". What did Oliver Cromwell do after he became Lord Protector. He freed Charles I from prison. He abandoned the Puritan religion. He called for the opening of theaters and pubs.
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Oliver did as he was desired. Immediately afterwards he felt himself gently lifted on to one of the sacks; and then he sunk into a deep sleep. Full text of "Menasseh ben Israel's mission to Oliver Cromwell: being a reprint of the pamphlets published by Menasseh ben Israel to promote the re-admission of the Jews to.
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The right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: "B. Cromwell was in favor of sparing the life of Charles I as long the king agreed to leave England and go into exile." that is the statement about the life of Oliver Cromwell that is true.
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Which two parts of this excerpt from Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens indicate sarcasm. In great families, when an advantageous place cannot be obtained, either in possession, reversion, remainder, or expectancy, for the young man who is growing up, it is a very general custom to send him to sea.
The last part of the passage, when Oliver says that he’d rather be a bookseller than an author, is a deliberate jab at Mr. Bentley, the publisher of Oliver Twist (see the "Intro" section again). Dickens wasn’t making much money off of the book, and Bentley was making money hand over fist.
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Given by a loyall true old friend, and most affectionately devoted servant. A funerall oration; or in a truth, a most just plain wrought panegyrick of the most mighty Lord Oliver Cromwell Protector of England, &c from the love of the most illustrious Lord Thomas de la More, Knight of the Banner, and Garter Royall.
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