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  • This leader, who was called Oliver Cromwell, was a rough man, but he was just, good, and honest.

    True Stories of Wonderful Deeds Pictures and Stories for Little Folk Anonymous

  • Cr ` ebillon, who admires us as much as we do them. has long had by him a tragedy called Oliver Cromwell, and had thoughts of dedicating it to the Parliament of England: he little thinks how distant a cousin the present Parliament is to the

    The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 2 Horace Walpole 1757

  • As an historian, you must recall Oliver Cromwell's rebuke to the Long Parliament as he dismissed it from power:

    TrinidadExpress Today's News Selwyn Ryan 2010

  • It is telling that as I leave Paddington on the way to Looe, all eyes are on a dark green, snorting steam engine called Oliver Cromwell that has pulled up at platform one - not on the shiny Heathrow electric trains that sit alongside it.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk 2009

  • The name "Oliver Cromwell" rang a bell with her in roughly the same way that "Pbsurha't N'adsdsadlo" would.

    Stuff accomplished over Thanksgiving yendi 2005

  • In addition to his poems, he published, in 1850, a drama in three acts, entitled, "Goldsmith of Padua," and two years later "Oliver Cromwell," a tragedy in five acts.

    As I Remember Recollections of American Society during the Nineteenth Century Marian Gouverneur

  • "But there he is, anyway: the Parliamentary Labour candidate for Mid-Wessex … alias Oliver Cromwell for today.

    War Game Price, Anthony 1976

  • Opening Credits: "Oliver Cromwell" by Monty Python

    Archive 2006-10-01 2006

  • Opening Credits: "Oliver Cromwell" by Monty Python

    Soundtracking 2006

  • "History of the French Revolution" -- a prose poem, an epic without a hero, revealing as by "flashes of lightning" the ghastly tragedy and comedy of that tremendous upheaval; and in 1845 he followed up the vein thus opened by his lifelike study of "Oliver Cromwell," which was better received by his English readers than the later "History of

    Great Britain and Her Queen Annie E. Keeling


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