|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7096, no. 10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Henry Sacheverell is the author of The Perils Of False Brethren Both In Church And State ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), An Impar Home My Books5/5(1). The case of Dr. Sacheverell represented in a letter to a noble lord by Curll, Edmund, ; Beaufort, Henry Somerset, Duke of, ; Sacheverell, Henry, Pages: He edits the Journal of the British of Studies, with his colleague Elizabeth Elbourne, for the North American Conference on British Studies. This volume is the first publication resulting from his continuing research on the media politics surrounding the trial of Doctor Henry Sacheverell. Chapter The Case of Henry Sacheverell. Chapter The Life, Character and Pious Deportment of Henry Sacheverell. Chapter An Alphabetical List. Chapter Debates in the House of Lords on Sacheverell’s Impeachment. Chapter Robert Walpole’s Manuscripts Relating to the Trial. Chapter
"The celebrated trial of Doctor Henry Sacheverell in has been viewed as a classic example of the politicised 'state trial'. This work offers a critical edition of original texts and documents necessary for understanding the trial's significance. Henry Sacheverell () was a popular preacher at Oxford University. His controversial printed sermons attracted attention in London. In he became chaplain at St Saviour’s in Southwark. In November of that year he made his most contentious speech to date, attacking Catholics and dissenters by comparing. The names of the Right Honourable peers, who protested against some proceedings in the case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell: together with Their Lordships reasons Sacheverell, Henry, ? [ Book: ] At Parliament VIC. CASETHE OF ERELL, LETTERREPRESENTED ina ToaNobleLORD. 6 'Remember"^W^O'sErtci\ WedgAinthatTimberjwhichheJlrovetoRend, Rofcommon. LONDON: PrintedintheYe.
Sacheverell sat for Nottinghamshire in the first session of the Officiers' Parliament, but died on 9 Oct. His son and successor Robert represented Nottingham in six Parliaments. Speaker Onslow, partly on the basis of family tradition, partly from reading Sacheverell's speeches, noted that he was very eminent among the opposition MPs of. [And] An Impartial Account of What Pass'd Most Remarkable in the Last Session of Parliament, Relating to the Case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell. Done on Such Another Paper and Letter, And May Therefore be Bound up with the Tryal of the Said Doctor, [sic] [London]: Printed for Jacob Tonson, at Grays-Inn Gate in Grays-Inn-Lane, 47,  pp. Henry Sacheverell, (born ?—died June 5, , London, Eng.), English preacher, an assertively narrow-minded supporter of the Anglican state whose impeachment by the Whigs enabled the Tories to win control of the government in Although he was an obsessive man given to excessive vindictiveness in his writings. Introduction: Reading the Trial of Dr Sacheverell Chapter 2. A Brief Chronology of the Sacheverell Controversies Chapter 3. The Osborn Account: Beinecke Library, MS S Chapter 4. Proceedings in Parliament against Dr Henry Sacheverell: .