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Scandalous and Malignant? Settling Scores Against the Leicestershire Clergy After the First Civil War
During the English Civil Wars religious reformers forced thousands of clergy from their livings. Despite recent scholarship stressing the central role of religion in the conflict, analysis of clerical trials and ejections has not yet been fully integrated into the historiography of Civil War. The most complete set of surviving records for exploring this process are those of the parliamentary committee for Leicester. This study analyses these records to determine the motivations for ejections indoi:10.1179/0047729x15z.00000000057 fatcat:efkfxevrofhdjdc7gj5zzfhg7a