The Civil Wars: A Military History of England, Scotland, and Ireland 1638-1660

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SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

The Principal Publications of John Philipps Kenyon

Books

Robert Spencer, Earl of Sunderland 1641-1702 ( Longman, 1958; repr. 1975 and 1992).

The Stuarts: A Study in English Kingship ( London, 1958).

The Stuart Constitution: Documents and Commentary ( Cambridge, 1966; 2nd (rev.) edn., 1986).

The Popish Plot ( London, 1972; paperback edn. 1973; 2nd edn. 1984).

Revolution Principles: The Politics of Party 1689-1720 ( Cambridge, 1977; rev. edn. (paperback), 1990).

Stuart England ( London, 1978; 2nd (rev.) edn., 1985).

The History Men: The Historical Profession in since the Renaissance ( London, 1983; 2nd (rev.) edn., 1993).

The Civil Wars of England, ( London, 1988; Phoenix paperback edn. 1996).


Articles

"The Earl of Sunderland and the Revolution of 1688", Cambridge Historical Journal, 11 ( 1955).

"The Earl of Sunderland and the King's Administration 1693-1695", English Historical Review, 71 ( 1956).

"Charles II and William of Orange in 1680", Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 30 ( 1957).

"The Acquittal of Sir George Wakeman", Historical Journal, 14 ( 1971).

The Revolution of 1688: resistance and contract, in N. McKendrick, ed., Historical Perspectives ( Cambridge, 1974), pp. 43-69.

Sir Charles Firth and the Oxford School of Modern History 1892-1925, in A. C. Duke and C. A. Tamse (eds.), Clios' Mirror: Britain and the Netherlands VIII ( Zutphen, 1985).

"The Commission for Ecclesiastical Causes 1686-1688", Historical Journal, 34 ( 1991).


Review Articles

"The Reign of Charles II", Cambridge Historical Journal, 13 ( 1957).

"Revisionism and Post-Revisionism in Early Stuart History", Journal of Modern History, 64 ( 1992).

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