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Cambridge Core - British History: General Interest - Popery and Politics in England – - by John MillerAuthor: John Miller. In the reign of Charles II, over a century after the Protestant Reformation, England was faced with the prospect of a Catholic king when the King's brother, the future James II became a Catholic.
The reaction to his conversion, the fears it aroused and their background form the main theme of this book. Get this from a library.
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The position of English monarchs as supreme governors of the Church of England profoundly affected early modern politics and religion. This innovative book explores how tensions in church-state relations created by Henry VIII's Reformation continued to influence relationships between the crown, parliament and common law during the Restoration, a distinct phase in England's.
Home» History» Early Modern England: Politics, Religion, and Society under the Tudors and Stuarts» HIST - Lecture 22 - An Unsettled Settlement: The Restoration Era, She is clear and concise on the immensely complex nature of religious politics between andbut the book is most valuable in enabling Popery and politics in England 1660-1688.
book to understand better the positions various individuals and factions took up than in changing the relatively familiar contours of post-Restoration history. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marvell, Andrew, Account of the growth of popery and arbitrary government in England.
[Westmead, Eng.] Gregg International, Miller, John, Popery and Politics in England (Cambridge, original ) __________ After the Civil Wars: English Politics and Government in the Reign of Charles II (London, ) Milton, Anthony, ‘Attitudes towards the Protestant and Catholic Churches’ in A Milton (ed), Oxford History of Anglicanism, vol 1: Reformation and.
England in the s and s can be traced back to the 1 John Miller, POPERY AND POLITICS IN ENGLAND (Cambridge: The University Press, ), 93 (here-after cited as Miller, POPERY/POLITICS); J. Tanner, ENGLISH CONSTITUTIONAL CONFLICTS of the SEVENTEENTH CENTURY (Cambridge: The university Press, ; reprint.
Popery and politics in England, - Miller, John, Book | Further Reading Politics and opinion in crisis, - Knights, Mark, Book | Essential Reading The Popish Plot - Kenyon, J.
P., Book | Essential Reading England in the s: 'this masquerading age' - Spurr, John, Book | Essential Reading. Miller, Popery and Politics in England – (Cambridge, ); J. Williams, ‘English Catholicism under Charles II’, Recusant History, vii (); and J. Hurwich, ‘Dissent and Catholicism in English Society: A Study of Warwickshire, –’, JBS, xvi ().
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An account of the growth of popery and arbitrary government in England by Andrew Marvell,[s.n. edition, in English 6 editions of An account of the growth of popery and arbitrary government found in the catalog. 17th century, Restoration, There's no description for this book yet.
Pages: Popular political opinion in England – tend to the imbroileing of us againe in Blood.'13 Throughout the Puritan or Dissenter words there ran the theme of anti-popery. John Seaton called the Book of Common Prayer 'nothing else but the masse translated out of Greeke.' John MillerPopery and Politics in England – Cited by: 3.
‘No Popery’ in late seventeenth-century England, in the Gordon Riots inin the context of Victorian religion, and in twentieth-century Northern Ireland is not precisely the same phenomenon, 1 and there is not room to discuss all these manifestations within the space of one paper.
But it is in the reign of Charles II and in the Cited by: 2. in Restoration England is still in its infancy. Popery and Politics in England, is a model of objectivity and hard work for all future scholars in the field.
GERARD REEDY, S.J. Fordham University RUDOLPH L. DANIELS. Tatishchev: Guardian of the Petrine Revolution. Philadelphia: Franklin Publishing Company, Pp. viii + Popery and Politics in England, By John Miller. New York: Cambridge University Press, Pp. xiii+ $ Compared with the first half of the seventeenth century, the later Stuart period of English history has never since Macaulay's day attracted the amount of attention that it deserves.
Perhaps there is something about the. Popery & Politics in England: MILLER, John. Catholics of Parish and Town (Catholic Record Society Monograph 5) ROWLANDS, Marie B.
(ed) Find any book at the best price; By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood. The subtitle of the book, English Politics and Government in the Reign of Charles II The other potential criticism countered in the "Preface" is that the book deals with England (and Wales), but not with Scotland or Ireland.
(Hove, ); Popery and Politics in England (Cambridge, ); Restoration England: The Reign of. For the later seventeenth century in particular, see John Miller, Popery and Politics in England, (Cambridge University Press, ), and Tim Harris, London Crowds in the Reign of Charles II (Cambridge University Press, ).
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Ian Jack Department of History University of Sydney Seaward, Paul, The Restoration, (British history in perspective series), London, Macmillan, ; paper, pp. vii, ; R.R.P. £ Paul Seaward's account of Restoration England raises a Author: Glyn Parry. Popery and Politics in England (Cambridge: ().
Popery and Pounds: The Effect of the Jesuit Mission on penal legislation’, McCoog (ed.), The reckoned expense: Edmund Campion and the early English Jesuits: essays in celebration of the first centenary of Campion Hall,Author: Alexandra Kate Tompkins.
Popery and Politics in England (). Seeds of Liberty: and the Shaping of Modern Britain (). The Monmouth Rising (Ivan Allan Roots ed. ). Paul Monod, Jacobitism and the English People, (). Iris Morley, A Thousand Lives: An Account of the English Revolutionary Movement, ().On both the conditions of Catholics and the fear of ‘Popery’ during the Interregnum, see John Miller, Popery and Politics in England –, Cambridgepp.
1– 3. Historians who mention the Papist charges include Clifton, ‘Popular Fear’, pp. 33–4; Miller, Popery and Politics, p.
86; William Lamont, Marginal Prynne.Popery and the Politics of England, New York: An excellent study on religion as the driving force in English politics during the Restoration peried. Miller, Perry. Errand into the Wilderness Cambridge, Mass.: A slim classic on the Puritans, which proved very helpfiil in developing the thesis of Chapter 7 on Thomas Hooker.