3 edition of The Whig rampant, or, Exaltation found in the catalog.
The Whig rampant, or, Exaltation
|Other titles||Whig rampant, Exaltation, Whig rampant., Exaltation.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 224:5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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The Whig rampant, or, Exaltation being a pleasant new song of 82, to a new tune of, Hey boys, up go we.
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The Whig rampant, or, Exaltation being a pleasant new song of 82, to a new tune of, Hey boys, up go we. By Francis Quarles. Abstract. 1 sheet ( p.): uted to F. Quarles. and date of publication from uction of original in British Library.
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Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1 microfilm reel. 35 mm. (Early English books, ; ). Description: 1 sheet (2 columns) Series Title: Early English books,Other Titles: Merry song in answer to the Whigs exaltation, to the same tune of Forty one.
Thirty years later, E. Carr famously joked that although the book "denounced the Whig interpretation over some pages, it did not name a single Whig except [Charles James] Fox, who was no historian, or a single historian save [Lord] Acton, who was no Whig." The book might have vanished almost unnoticed had it not been reprinted in.
This book details what it was to be a Whig, the rivalry they had with their enemies, the Tory Party, and gives a great insight into their thoughts on Progress, atheism, and Mostly consisting of aristocratic families, the Whigs believed it was their duty to defend the 4/5(2).Whig partisan view of the English constitution and the Whig view of history which dominated British historiography in the Victorian era.
And the term Whig interpretation has been applied to both the latter and to all types of present-minded history. First WIH What was the first WIH? The Whig vision of history derived from the common-law claim of.The Whig rampant, or, Exaltation being a pleasant new song of 82, to a new tune of, Hey boys, up go we.
([London]: Printed for P. Brooksby), by Francis Quarles (HTML at EEBO TCP) Filed under: Political poetry, English -- 17th century. Britaine and Irelands last .