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Seventeenth-century Norwich

politics, religion, and government, 1620-1690

by Evans, John T.

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Norwich (England),
  • England,
  • Norwich
    • Subjects:
    • City and town life -- England -- Norwich -- History -- 17th century,
    • Norwich (England) -- Politics and government,
    • Norwich (England) -- Church history

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby John T. Evans.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.N88 E92
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 346 p. :
      Number of Pages346
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4424997M
      ISBN 100198224761
      LC Control Number79040416

      Religion in 17th-Century England. LIKE the waves in a storm-tossed sea, ever changing, rushing to and fro, so the changing scene of seventeenth-century England presents a religious struggle never since equaled. Its swirling crosscurrents of opposite thought and action were marked by . Prefaces to three eighteenth-century novels (): Mateo Aleman, dedication and preface of The life of Guzman d'Alfarache (tr., ) Francis Coventry, chapter 1 of book I and chapter 1 of book II of The history of Pompey the Little (); dedication of third edition () Royal Tyler, dedication and preface of The Algerine captive.

      Get this from a library! Social relations and urban space: Norwich, [Fiona Williamson] -- This is a book about seventeenth-century Norwich and its inhabitants. At its core are the interconnected themes of social topographies and the relationships between urban inhabitants and their. 17th Century Tokens: Norwich in Norfolk. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland, () See also other Counties issuing 17th Century Tokens. --Mayoralty Court Book, J One Daniel Dover was a hosier in .

        The best book to start with is still ‘The Walloons and their Church in Norwich at Norwich’ by W J C Moens, published in In spite of its title, the book lists Dutch incomers as well as Walloons. The book is very hard to find these days, but there is a . I must thank Paul Halliday, Martin Ingram and Mark Knights for their valuable advice on these matters. The events of the Norwich charter controversy can be followed in Evans, Seventeenth-Century Norwich, –; and Paul D. Halliday, Dismembering the Body Politic: Partisan Politics in England’s Towns, – (Cambridge, ), esp Cited by: 9.


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Get this from a library. Seventeenth-century Norwich: politics, religion, and government, [John Seventeenth-century Norwich book Evans]. Book Description: This is a book about seventeenth-century Norwich and its inhabitants. At its core are the interconnected themes of social topographies and the relationships between urban inhabitants and their environment.

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in seventeenth-century Norwich. The publisher is to be commended for providing several highly use-ful illustrations, and the book also includes an impressive thirteen-page bibliography. Given the significant historiographical engagement of Williamson’s argument, it was surprising to find that the bibliography.

NOTES ON MANUSCRIPTS AND EDITIONS. This English book exists in two Manuscripts: No. 30 of the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris (Bibliotheca Bigotiana, ), and No. Sloane, in the British Paris Manuscript is of the Sixteenth Century, the Sloane is in a Seventeenth Century handwriting; the English of the Fourteenth Century seems to be on the whole well preserved in both.

Chapters 1 and 2 set the historiographic debate of the book, particularly identifying two books which deal with Norwich that began as PhD dissertations produced at Stanford University: these are John Evans's Seventeenth-Century Norwich () and Muriel McClendon's The Quiet Reformation ().

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