1988
DOI: 10.2307/3678968
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Abstract: ON 11 May 1641, Maurice Wynn reported that ‘some plott or other’ had been discovered to the Commons. The vagueness of his reaction seems to have been characteristic of much assessment of the army plot ever since. There is a general sense that there is enough smoke to make it probable that there is some fire, but we are not extremely clear who plotted with whom to do what. This is, in part, because of a very justifiable caution. It is felt that Charles I's plots, like his grandmother's lovers, are capable of gr…

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