Sir Robert Heath, 1575-1649
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345 Pages

21.6 x 13.8 cm

1 b/w illus.

Series: Royal Historical Society Studies in History

Series Vol. Number: 56

Imprint: Royal Historical Society

Sir Robert Heath, 1575-1649

Window on an Age

by Paul E. Kopperman

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Adds a good deal to our knowledge and understanding of a significant political figure... useful and welcome. ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW Illustrates the workings of early Stuart government and politics, and the structure of English society as it moved towards civil war.

Sir Robert Heath's career in public office illustrates the workings of early Stuart government and politics, while his private life throws light on the structure of English society as it moved towards civil war.
This biographyis particularly welcome, and Kopperman makes excellent use of a wide range of primary sources... Heath deserves to be remembered, not least because he embodied attitudes and assumptions which were in many respects characteristic of the ancien régime in England. Kopperman's biography is a worthy memorial. HISTORYThe book adds a good deal to our knowledge and understanding of a significant political figure... a useful and welcome book. ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW
"`This biography is therefore particularly welcome, and Kopperman makes excellent use of a wide range of primary sources...Heath deserves to be remembered, not least because he embodied attitudes and assumptions which were in many respects characteristic of the ancien régime in England. Kopperman's biography is a worthy memorial.' HISTORY 245, 10/90`The book adds a good deal to our knowledge and understanding of a significant political figure...a useful and welcome book." HISTORICAL Jul 34,1 (1991)

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9780861932139

July 1989

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Title Details

345 Pages

2.16 x 1.38 cm

1 b/w illus.

Series: Royal Historical Society Studies in History

Series Vol. Number: 56

Imprint: Royal Historical Society