Murdoch fits Clarendon's description of Cromwell, updated by David Chandler to describe Napoleon, as "a great, bad man."
Cromwell actually did declare a War on Christmas, which he deemed to be sensuous paganism.
Cromwell, for one, thinks the Academy should revise its rules to recognize nonhuman performers.
"Parry not with me," exclaimed the readily-irritated Cromwell.
Cromwell he dared not mention—perhaps he did not wish to mention him.
In 1649 a grand entertainment was given by the Grocers to Cromwell and Fairfax.
It might have been a church, and the militia a regiment of Cromwell's iconoclastic Puritans.
An imperfect conquest, on the principles of Rousseau's philanthropy, did not suit the taste or the notions of Cromwell.
It is the Northern University, first projected in Cromwell's time.
Cromwell nodded his head once more to commend the Archbishop's gentleman with a perfect acquiescence.