John Donne and the Ancient Catholic Nobility

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Anglia 30.1 SPI2/2I SPI2/I69
Fl. Belg. I.I SPI2/27 SPI2/I70
Fondo Gesuitico 651 SPI2/30 SPI2/I7I
Gallia 92 SPI2/46 SPI2/I72
Germ. 106 SPI2/60 SPI2/I75
Germ 134.1 SPI2/7I SPI2/I77
Rom. 170 SPI2/I4I SPI2/I78
SPI2/I43 SPI2/I79
Bodleian Library SPI2/I44 SPI2/I90
Rawlinson MS I46B SPI2/I46 SPI5/I5
Tanner MS 79 SPI2/I55 SPI5/I7
SPI2/I59 SPI5/2I
British Library SPI2/I63 SPI5/27
Cotton MS Galba C: 8 SPI2/I64 SPI5/29
Egerton MS 2074 SPI2/I67 SPI5/30
SPI2/I68
Huntington Library
HM 1728

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Bagshawe, Christopher. A Sparing Discoverie of our English Jesuits, and of Fa. Parsons proceedings under pretence of promoting the Catholike faith in England. London: J. Roberts, 1601.

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Table of contents

  • John Donne and the Ancient Catholic Nobility *
  • Contents *
  • Figures *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction: Portrait of a Swordsman *
  • Part One Donne's Catholic Heritage *
  • 1: Sir Thomas More and His Family *
  • 2: Ellis and Jasper Heywood *
  • 3: Donne's Family and Early Milieu *
  • 4: The Persistent Catholicism of Donne's Family *
  • Part Two Donne and the Ancient Catholic Nobility *
  • 5: Henry Percy, Eighth Earl of Northumberland *
  • 6: The Jesuit Mission and the "Enterprise" of 1582 *
  • 7: The Defeats of Heywood and Northumberland *
  • 8: Donne's Flight from the Persecution *
  • 9: Heywood in Exile Again *
  • 10: Henry Stanley, Fourth Earl of Derby *
  • Conclusion *
  • Appendix: Donne's Latin Epigrams *
  • Notes *
  • Bibliography *
  • Index *
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