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Part I. Crisis, 1659-1660: Introduction 1. London and the origins of the Restoration, 1659-60 Part II. Settlement and Unsettlement, 1660-1679: 2. The restoration settlement and an unsettled city, 1660-1670 3. Protestant dissent and the emergence of a civic opposition, 1670-1679 Part III. Crisis, 1679-1682: 4. Parliament and Protestantism in crisis: the emergence of parties in London, 1679-1681 5. The contest for the city, 1681-2 6. Party matters: communities, ideas, and leaders in a divided city, 1679-82 Part IV. Crisis and Conspiracy, 1682-1683: 7. The London Whigs between law and resistance: conscience, consent and conspiracy, 1682-3 Conclusion: London and the end of the restoration Appendices Select bibliography Index.