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Mr. Secretary Thurloe, 1616-68 by Philip…

Mr. Secretary Thurloe, 1616-68

by Philip Aubrey

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John Thurloe became Secretary of State to the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and soon afterward, one of the most powerful men in England. At the Restoration in 1660 he retired in obscurity and has until now remained a shadowy figure. This first substantial life and assessment reveals the true significance of his role during the 1650s.… (more)



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