The Journal of Thomas Juxon, 1644-1647
Cambridge University Press, 1999 - 214 páginas
This book is a modern and accessible edition of a manuscript journal kept by Thomas Juxon, a puritan Londoner, who produced and traded in sugar. The years of its coverage witnessed the latter stages of the civil war, the creation of the New Model Army, failed attempts to reach a settlement with the king, an abortive "counter-revolution" in 1647 and the army's resultant march on London. Juxon's journal sheds fresh light on these events. The text is supported by a substantial introduction and full scholarly apparatus.
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