An Englishman of the middle classes who became the military and civil leader of the English Revolution of the seventeenth century.
Would that Carlyle could now try his hand at the English Revolution!
The English Revolution of the seventeenth century was reversed when it undertook to reconstruct the mores of the English people.
These same principles also became the rallying shout of the English Revolution of 1688.
The Puritan leaders of the English Revolution were men of stern and determined energy of character.
The English Revolution, it is said, was truly a glorious Revolution.
This has been so in a pre-eminent degree since our English Revolution at the end of the 17th century.
While the proprietor was absent defending his claims against Penn the English Revolution of 1688 was started.
The struggle of the people against royalty is preminently the genius of the English Revolution.
The English Revolution of 1689 was in its origin religious, but it early assumed the aspect of a purely civil movement.