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Tudor rule and revolution : essays for G.R. Elton from his American friends

Author: G R Elton; DeLloyd J Guth; John W McKenna
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1982.
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Named Person: G R Elton; G R Elton; Geoffrey R Elton; G R Elton
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: G R Elton; DeLloyd J Guth; John W McKenna
ISBN: 0521248418 9780521248419
OCLC Number: 8346138
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xiv, 418 pages, [1] leaf of plates : portrait ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. 1. An era of reformations: The Tudor Revolution and the devil's art: Bishop Bonner's printed forms / Arthur J. Slavin --
How God became an Englishman / John W. McKenna --
The reformation of choirs: cathedral musical establishments in Tudor England / Stanford E. Lehmberg --
The age of debt, the Reformation and English law / Delloyd J. Guth --
The king's privy chamber, 1547-1553 / Dale E. Hoak --
The place of women in Tudor government / Mortimer Levine --
pt. 2. The age of Elizabethan polity: Parliament: the Elizabethan experience / Wallace T. MacCaffrey --
The court of Exchequer comes of age / W. Hamilton Bryson --
The Elizabethan Chancery and women's rights / Maria L. Cioni --
Too good to be true: Thomas Lupton's Golden Rule / Elliot Rose --
Towards pretty sessions: Tudor JPs and divisions of counties / Frederic A. Youngs, Jr. --
Binding the nation: the Bonds of Association, 1584 and 1696 / David Cressy --
pt. 3. Early Stuart variations: proclamations and parliamentary protest, 1539-1610 / Rudolph W. Heinze --
Diplomatic intervention in English law enforcement: Sarmiento and James I / Charles H. Carter --
Mr. Hudson's star chamber / Thomas G. Barnes --
The spoils of law: the trial of Sir John Hele, 1604 / James S. Cockburn --
Prohibitions and the privilege against self-incrimination / Charles M. Gray --
Quoting the Commons, 1604-1642 / J.H. Hexter.
Responsibility: edited by DeLloyd J. Guth and John W. McKenna.
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