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  • John Rogers (Fifth Monarchist) — John Rogers (1627 ?) was a Fifth Monarchist writer during the English Civil War. His father Nehemiah Rogers (bap. 1594, d. 1660) and his maternal uncle William Collingwood were both Church of England ministers.External links*… …   Wikipedia

  • Fifth Monarchists — The Fifth Monarchists or Fifth Monarchy Men were active from 1649 to 1661 during the Interregnum, following the English Civil Wars of the 17th century. They took their name from a belief in a world ruling kingdom to be established by a returning… …   Wikipedia

  • Fifth Letter (Plato) — The Fifth Letter of Plato , also called Epistle V or Letter V , is an epistle that tradition has ascribed to Plato. It falls among those Epistles of Plato that have nothing to do with Sicilian politics and the intrigues between Dion and his… …   Wikipedia

  • Barebone's Parliament — Parliaments of England 1601 1679 Parliament Members Final parliament of Elizabeth I (1601) 1st parliament of King James I …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Overton — Major General Robert Overton (about 1609 ndash;1678) was prominent soldier and scholar, who supported the Parliamentary cause during the English Civil War, and was imprisoned a number of times during the Protectorate and the English Restoration… …   Wikipedia

  • John Carew (regicide) — John Carew (1622 1660) was one of the regicides of King Charles I.Carew was educated at Oxford and the Inner Temple. In February 1647, he was elected Member of Parliament for Tregony, Cornwall, and the following year was one of the parliamentary… …   Wikipedia

  • Praise-God Barebone — Infobox Politician (general) name = Praise God Barebone/Barbon birth date = c.1598 birth place = residence = death date = 1679 death place = office = MP in the Barebone s Parliament party = religion = Fifth Monarchist spouse = profession=… …   Wikipedia

  • John Rogers — may refer to:Europeans*John Rogers (Protestant minister) (c.1500 ndash;1555), first English Protestant martyr under Queen Mary:* Other Protestant ministers named John Rogers are also noted at the end of the above article, here *John Rogers (Fifth …   Wikipedia

  • Rogers, John — ▪ English Monarchist leader born 1627, Messing, Essex, Eng. died 1665, or after       Fifth Monarchist leader in Cromwellian England.       The second son of an Anglican vicar, Rogers studied at King s College, Cambridge. From 1643 to 1647 he… …   Universalium

  • Christopher Feake — (1612–1683) was an English Independent minister and Fifth monarchy man. He was imprisoned for maligning Oliver Cromwell in his preaching. He is a leading example of someone sharing both Leveller views and the millenarian approach of the Fifth… …   Wikipedia

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