Popery and Politics in England 1660-1688

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Cambridge University Press, 13. sep. 1973 - 288 sider
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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.
  

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Introduction p
1
The Catholic laity p
3
the Catholic clergy p
28
The penal laws and their enforcement p
51
The development of the antiCatholic tradition p
67
The Restoration settlement and after p
91
The French alliance andCatholicity p
108
York and Danby p
121
o James II and the Church of England Men p 1g6 II James II and the Dissenters p
214
James II and Rome p
229
The missionary effort under James II p
239
The opposition to James II p
250
Recusancy convictions in Middlesex p
265
Recusancy convictions in Norfolk p
267
The commissions of the peace under James II p
269
Select Bibliography p
273

The Popish Plot and the Exclusion Crisis p
154
The Tory reaction p
189

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