The first part of this act is copied almost word for word from an act of the Long Parliament in 1651.
It knew its strength, and was determined now, Long Parliament.
A remnant of the Long Parliament assembled during the anarchy, and has been termed the rump.
The Long Parliament assembled in 1641, and the monopoly was abolished.
Was it not as fully enacted as ever were any of those bills of the Long Parliament concerning which you spoke?
The "Long Parliament," unlike its predecessors, was to exist for many years.
It was carried to a great excess by the Long Parliament, and again in the year 1680.
The struggle between Charles and the Long Parliament was far different from this.
Rump, The, name of contempt given to the remnant of the Long Parliament in 1659.
Things moved quickly in the first year of the Long Parliament.