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Parliamentary diary of Narcissus Luttrell 1691-1693.
Written in English
Book. English. Published London: Cambridge University Press, Britain votes The parliamentary diary of Narcissus Luttrell, By Luttrell, Narcissus. Book. English. Published Oxford: Clarendon Press, Parliament under the Tudors. Narcissus Luttrell (–) was an English historian, diarist, and bibliographer, and briefly Member of Parliament for two different Cornish towns .He wrote a chronicle of Parliament from to , distilled from his diary.. Though Luttrell was for almost all this period a private citizen and relied primarily on secondary sources for the workings of Parliament, he is often the best.
The Diary of John Evelyn edited by E.S. De Beer () The parliamentary diary of Narcissus Luttrell, edited by Henry Horwitz () Diary . Narcissus Luttrell has 43 books on Goodreads with 4 ratings. Narcissus Luttrell’s most popular book is A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from.
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From the day Luttrell took his seat, on 6 Nov. he kept a parliamentary diary. It is clear that he was in almost daily attendance: indeed, until the end of the –3 session he was only absent for one day (7 Jan.
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LUTTRELL, Narcissus (), of Holborn, London and Little Chelsea, Mdx. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed.
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Free shipping for many products. Narcissus Luttrell ( – ) was a member of Parliament, annalist and book collector, whose chronicles of contemporary events and parliamentary diary are particularly valuable.
His very extensive library of books and manuscripts, especially political and poetical works, was dispersed piecemeal by Luttrell’s descendants and many items.
Narcissus Luttrell (–) was an English historian, diarist, and bibliographer, and briefly Member of Parliament for two different Cornish boroughs.
His Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September to Aprila chronicle of the Parliaments of England and Great Britain, was distilled from his diary and published inafter Macaulay had drawn attention to the.
The Parliamentary Diary of Narcissus Luttrell. Henry Horwitz (Oxford, ). The Parliamentary History of England, ed. William Cobbett, 36 vols.
Narcissus Luttrell: | |Narcissus Luttrell| (–) was an |English| |historian|, |diarist|, and |bibliograp World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of.
Luttrell was a minor political figure, being an MP twice, a JP. His posthumous importance is due to his book collecting and political diary-keeping, the Brief Historical Relation., first published very posthumously inbeing a product of both.
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By Franco Venturi. LORD KAMES AND THE SCOTLAND OF HIS DAY. By Ian Simpson Ross. GEORGE THE THIRD. By Stanley. Welcome to Cambridge Core. Back to book. chapter. 1 Pages. Excerpt from the Parliamentary Diary of Narcissus Luttrell on the Debate in the House of Commons over a Bill for discouraging the Exportation of.
Get this from a library! The parliamentary diary of Narcissus Luttrell, [Narcissus Luttrell; Henry Horwitz].The “Impartiality” of Narcissus Luttrell’s Reading Practices and Historical Writing, In the later Stuart period, the ‘implied reader’ invoked in prefaces and epistles was commonly an ‘impartial’ one.
To read impartially was to behave like ‘an honest unbyas’d Jury-man’ who judged. 42 The parliamentary diary of Narcissus Luttrell –, ed. Horwitz, H. (Oxford, ), pp.43 See especially those orders made in and in Journals of the house of lords, XVIII ( – ), 20, 70, –6, – by: