the rest were starvation, disease and plague, the latter accounting for 64% of all deaths.
So if they didn't wash and were too lazy to farm then how was that our, or Cromwell's fault?
At roughly the same time period in the colonies you could either buy a slave or get an indentured servant for free, who were usually either irish or scousers. Both had to be fed and housed so the only difference was the initial price. Which was steep.
Nobody wanted them. Huge market for slaves but a free scouser?