The English Commonwealth, 1547-1640: Essays in Politics and Society

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Peter Clark, Alan Gordon Rae Smith, Joel Hurstfield, Nicholas Tyacke
University Press, 1979 - Great Britain - 273 pages

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Contents

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Reform and the commonwealthmen of Edward VIs reign
23
The downfall of Archbishop Grindal and its place in Elizabethan
39
The Anjou Match and the making of Elizabethan foreign policy
59
Popular puritan mentality in late Elizabethan England
77
Wills of nonpuritan fathers at Warbleton 158696 page
86
Wills of puritan fathers at Warbleton 158696
87
Militia rates and militia statutes 1581663
93
urban change and political
167
Physical mobility among Gloucester witnesses 1 5951640
168
Occupational structure of Tudor and Stuart Gloucester
170
Overall literacy of Gloucester witnesses 15951640
182
Male literacy at Gloucester according to occupational groupings
183
Palatine performance in the seventeenth century
189
The historical writings of Joel Hurstfield 1944 to 1978
205
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the Great Contract of 1610
111
Staging a Parliament in early Stuart England
129
161040
144
The parliamentary career of John Pym 16219
147
Kentish Weald 79
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Index 265
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