Extracts From The Accounts Of The Proctors And Stewards Of The Prebendal Church Of The Blessed Virgin Of Thame Commencing In The Year 1529 And Ending In The Year 1641 And Of The Churchwardens Of Thame Beginning In The Year 1542

Author: Church of the Blessed Virgin (Thame, England)
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Extracts From The Accounts Of The Proctors And Stewards Of The Prebendal Church Of The Blessed Virgin Of Thame Commencing In The Year 1529 And Ending In The Year 1641 And Of The Churchwardens Of Thame Beginning In The Year 1542 from the Author: Church of the Blessed Virgin (Thame, England).

Domestic Culture In Early Modern England

Author: Antony Buxton
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1783270411
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Domestic Culture In Early Modern England from the Author: Antony Buxton. A detailed study of the domestic life of the early modern, non-elite household

The Growth Of The Manor

Author: Paul Vinogradoff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110801450X
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The Growth Of The Manor from the Author: Paul Vinogradoff. An influential 1905 work on the rise of English feudalism, which focuses particularly on the Domesday Book.

The Reconstruction Of The Church Of Ireland

Author: John McCafferty
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139465309
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The Reconstruction Of The Church Of Ireland from the Author: John McCafferty. Thomas Wentworth landed in Ireland in 1633 - almost 100 years after Henry VIII had begun his break with Rome. The majority of the people were still Catholic. William Laud had just been elevated to Canterbury. A Yorkshire cleric, John Bramhall, followed the new viceroy and became, in less than one year, Bishop of Derry. This 2007 study, which is centred on Bramhall, examines how these three men embarked on a policy for the established Church which represented not only a break with a century of reforming tradition but which also sought to make the tiny Irish Church a model for the other Stuart kingdoms. Dr McCafferty shows how accompanying canonical changes were explicitly implemented for notice and eventual adoption in England and Scotland. However within eight years the experiment was blown apart and reconstruction denounced as subversive. Wentworth, Laud and Bramhall faced consequent disgrace, trial, death or exile.

Education And Learning In The Netherlands 1400 1600 Electronic Resource

Author: Hilde De Ridder-Symoens
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004136441
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Education And Learning In The Netherlands 1400 1600 Electronic Resource from the Author: Hilde De Ridder-Symoens. The contributions contained in this volume address a variety of topics related to the history of education and learning in the Netherlands during the crucial period of transition between the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. With contributions by Hildo van Engen, Antheun Janse, Mario Damen, Madelon van Luijk, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Jaap van Moolenbroek, Ad Tervoort, Koen Goudriaan, Bart Ramakers, Arjan van Dixhoorn, Marijke Spies, Karel Davids, Sabrina Corbellini, Gerrit Verhoeven, Peter van Dael, Samme Zijlstra, Ilja M. Veldman.

British Consciousness And Identity

Author: Brendan Bradshaw
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521893619
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British Consciousness And Identity from the Author: Brendan Bradshaw. Essays on the early modern period that make a special contribution to the development of the 'new British history'.

Reformation Studies

Author: A. G. Dickens
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 082642449X
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Reformation Studies from the Author: A. G. Dickens.

Making Ireland British 1580 1650

Author: Nicholas P. Canny
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780199259052
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Making Ireland British 1580 1650 from the Author: Nicholas P. Canny. This is the first comprehensive study of all the plantations that were attempted in Ireland during the years 1580-1650. It examines the arguments advanced by successive political figures for a plantation policy, and the responses which this policy elicited from different segments of the population in Ireland. The book opens with an analysis of the complete works of Edmund Spenser who was the most articulate ideologue for plantation. The author argues that all subsequent advocates of plantation, ranging from King James VI and I, to Strafford, to Oliver Cromwell, were guided by Spenser's opinions, and that discrepancies between plantation in theory and practice were measured against this yardstick. The book culminates with a close analysis of the 1641 insurrection throughout Ireland, which, it is argued, steeled Cromwell to engage in one last effort to make Ireland British.