The Cromwells at Whitehall

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History Today
Vol. 8, no. 9 (September 1958), p. 591-597

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With his "great and majestic deportment and comely presence," Cromwell himself was fully equal to his new dignities as Lord Protector. Not so all the members of his household; his wife was accused of squalid parsimony, and his younger daughters of undue frivolity