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Rebellion : Britain's first Stuart kings, 1567-1642, Tim Harris

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Rebellion : Britain's first Stuart kings, 1567-1642
Title
Rebellion
Title remainder
Britain's first Stuart kings, 1567-1642
Statement of responsibility
Tim Harris
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A gripping new account of one of the most important and exciting periods of British and Irish history: the reign of the first two Stuart kings, from 1567 to the outbreak of civil war in 1642 - and why ultimately all three of their kingdoms were to rise in rebellion against Stuart rule. Both James VI and I and his son Charles I were reforming monarchs, who endeavoured to bolster the authority of the crown and bring the churches in their separate kingdoms into closer harmony with one another. Many of James's initiatives proved controversial - his promotion of the plantation of Ulster, his reintro
Cataloging source
NMC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1958-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Harris, Tim
Dewey number
941.06
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
DA375
LC item number
.H37 2014eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Jacobus I
  • Karel I
  • HISTORY
  • Kings and rulers
  • Great Britain
  • Verenigd Koninkrijk van Groot-Brittannië en Noord-Ierland
  • Ierland
Label
Rebellion : Britain's first Stuart kings, 1567-1642, Tim Harris
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Rebellion: Britain's First Stuart Kings, 1567-1642; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Plates; Conventions and Style; Prologue; 1: 'How to Reigne Well'; God's Lieutenant; Ambiguities; Providing for the Safety of Body and Soul; How to Respond to Tyranny; James VI and I; 2: James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603; 3: A Stranger in the Land; The Hampton Court Conference; The Parliament of 1604 and the Form of Apology and Satisfaction; The Canons of 1604 and the Subscription Campaign; The Gunpowder Plot and the Failure of Union; 4: Settling the Affairs of Religion
  • 5: One Good Steward Would Put All in OrderThe Great Contract; The Addled Parliament of 1614; Politics without Parliament; 6: A True Love Knot Knit Fast; A: 'That Infortunate Country of Irelande'; The Mandates Policy; The Plantation of Ulster; The Irish Parliament, the Convocation, and the Irish Confession of Faith of 1615; A Work 'Not Yet Conducted unto Perfection'; B: Scotland; The Revival of Episcopacy; Reform of the Liturgy; 'A Concurrence of So Many Faelicities'; 7: The Bohemian Revolt and the Crisis of the Early 1620s
  • The Palatinate, Public Opinion, and the Meeting of the 1621 ParliamentThe Scottish Parliament of 1621; The Protestation of 1621; James's Strategy Unravels; The Blessed Revolution; All Were Equal in Death; Charles I; 8: A Prince 'Bred in Parliaments'; The Personality of Charles I; 'This Heavy Time of Contagion': 34 The Parliament of 1625; The 1626 Parliament and the Impeachment of Buckingham; The Forced Loan; 'The Crisis of Parliaments': The Parliament of 1628 and the Petition of Right; The Assassination of Buckingham and the Parliamentary Session of 1629; 9: Halcyon Days or Perilous Times?
  • Personal MonarchyDevices to Maintain the State; Ceremony-Mongers and Cathedralists; The Reception of Laudianism; 10: Contumacious Troublers and Disquieters of the Peace; Censorship and the Public Sphere; High Commission; Star Chamber; The Great Migration; 11: Ireland and Scotland under Charles I; A: Ireland; B: Scotland; 12: The British Crisis; The Bishops' Wars; The Irish Parliament, the Short Parliament, and the Convocation; The Battle for Public Opinion; 13: The Grievances of the Commonwealth; A Strong Expectation of Ensuing Good; Reform of the Church
  • 14: The Irish Rebellion, the Grand Remonstrance, and the Drift to WarThe Grand Remonstrance and the Drift to War; 15: The Rise of Royalism; Procuring Hands for the Continuing of Episcopal Government; Royalist Propaganda; Charles I's Appeal to the Public; The Constitutional Theory of the English Civil War; Conclusion; Abbreviations Used in the Notes; Notes; Prologue; Chapter 1. 'How to Reigne Well'; Chapter 2. James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603; Chapter 3. A Stranger in the Land; Chapter 4. Settling the Affairs of Religion; Chapter 5. One Good Steward Would Put All in Order
Control code
884544144
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Extent
1 online resource (607 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191668852
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)884544144
Label
Rebellion : Britain's first Stuart kings, 1567-1642, Tim Harris
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Rebellion: Britain's First Stuart Kings, 1567-1642; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Plates; Conventions and Style; Prologue; 1: 'How to Reigne Well'; God's Lieutenant; Ambiguities; Providing for the Safety of Body and Soul; How to Respond to Tyranny; James VI and I; 2: James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603; 3: A Stranger in the Land; The Hampton Court Conference; The Parliament of 1604 and the Form of Apology and Satisfaction; The Canons of 1604 and the Subscription Campaign; The Gunpowder Plot and the Failure of Union; 4: Settling the Affairs of Religion
  • 5: One Good Steward Would Put All in OrderThe Great Contract; The Addled Parliament of 1614; Politics without Parliament; 6: A True Love Knot Knit Fast; A: 'That Infortunate Country of Irelande'; The Mandates Policy; The Plantation of Ulster; The Irish Parliament, the Convocation, and the Irish Confession of Faith of 1615; A Work 'Not Yet Conducted unto Perfection'; B: Scotland; The Revival of Episcopacy; Reform of the Liturgy; 'A Concurrence of So Many Faelicities'; 7: The Bohemian Revolt and the Crisis of the Early 1620s
  • The Palatinate, Public Opinion, and the Meeting of the 1621 ParliamentThe Scottish Parliament of 1621; The Protestation of 1621; James's Strategy Unravels; The Blessed Revolution; All Were Equal in Death; Charles I; 8: A Prince 'Bred in Parliaments'; The Personality of Charles I; 'This Heavy Time of Contagion': 34 The Parliament of 1625; The 1626 Parliament and the Impeachment of Buckingham; The Forced Loan; 'The Crisis of Parliaments': The Parliament of 1628 and the Petition of Right; The Assassination of Buckingham and the Parliamentary Session of 1629; 9: Halcyon Days or Perilous Times?
  • Personal MonarchyDevices to Maintain the State; Ceremony-Mongers and Cathedralists; The Reception of Laudianism; 10: Contumacious Troublers and Disquieters of the Peace; Censorship and the Public Sphere; High Commission; Star Chamber; The Great Migration; 11: Ireland and Scotland under Charles I; A: Ireland; B: Scotland; 12: The British Crisis; The Bishops' Wars; The Irish Parliament, the Short Parliament, and the Convocation; The Battle for Public Opinion; 13: The Grievances of the Commonwealth; A Strong Expectation of Ensuing Good; Reform of the Church
  • 14: The Irish Rebellion, the Grand Remonstrance, and the Drift to WarThe Grand Remonstrance and the Drift to War; 15: The Rise of Royalism; Procuring Hands for the Continuing of Episcopal Government; Royalist Propaganda; Charles I's Appeal to the Public; The Constitutional Theory of the English Civil War; Conclusion; Abbreviations Used in the Notes; Notes; Prologue; Chapter 1. 'How to Reigne Well'; Chapter 2. James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603; Chapter 3. A Stranger in the Land; Chapter 4. Settling the Affairs of Religion; Chapter 5. One Good Steward Would Put All in Order
Control code
884544144
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Extent
1 online resource (607 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191668852
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)884544144

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