Understanding Popular Violence in the English Revolution: The Colchester Plunderers

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Index
Acton, 46, 208, 210, 215, 226, 303
Alsop, Samuel, 215
anti-popery, 212–24, 229, 284, 301–6, 318–30, 343, 347; see also urban panics
Ash Becking, 137
Aske, Richard, 164, 180, 181, 198
Audley, family, 50, 105, 170, 203, 209, 211, 229–31
Sir Henry, 39, 166, 211, 212, 228, 333–4
Katherine, 202, 211, 230–1
Robert, 208
Audley End, 49, 65
Aylett, Robert, 83, 144, 146, 170, 173, 174, 180
Barker, Mr, 202, 203
Barking, 137
Barnardiston, Sir Nathaniel, 54, 55, 123
Barrington, Henry, alderman, 25, 36, 114
conflict with Sir John Lucas, 95, 96, 103
mayor, 84
politics, 110, 149, 151, 205
Barrington, Sir Thomas
on attacks, 156, 288, 313
links with Colchester, 105, 149, 151–2
politics, 119–20, 142–4
presents Essex Remonstrance, 128
purged from Commission of Peace, 130
religion, 126, 154, 219, 335
sent into Essex after attacks, 44, 52–3, 54–5
teller in vote against Sir John Lucas, 153
Bastwick, John, 92, 177–8, 198, 199
Baxter, Richard, d 16, 115, 314
Bayles, Thomas, 44, 215
Berechurch, 39, 203, 204, 211, 212, 229–31
Bergholt, E., 185
Bildeston, 190
Billericay, 58
Birch, Great, 41, 186, 240
Becking, 36, 121
cloth industry in, 242, 244, 247, 250, 253, 254, 270
Borley, 46, 191, 210, 334
Bowyer, William, 55
Braintree, 36, 219, 242, 247, 270, 323
Braxted, Great, 42, 187
Browning, John, 135, 296
Bulmer, 46, 210, 240, 304
Bures, 214, 240
Burrows, Samuel, 169, 178–81, 199
Bury St Edmunds, 38–9, 59, 65, 131, 140
Buxton, Robert, 181
Cage, William, 109
Carew, Thomas, 247
Carey, Mistress, 45, 210
Carlin, Norah, 271, 286
Castleton, Sir William, 53, 59, 63, 117, 130, 134
catholics
in Essex and Suffolk, 200–11, 216–17, 221–34
failure of legislation against, 224, 228–9, 302–4
presentment of, 211–12, 226–8
see also anti-popery
Cheke, Sir Thomas, 76, 77, 138
Chelmsford, 24, 120, 125, 220n, 221, 280, 295, 328
Cherry, Edward, 41, 135, 190–1, 216–16, 225
Chigwell, 196
Chilton, 43
Chiswick, 46
Church, Edmund, 47, 226, 231
Clare, 65
class, 262–4, 272–3, 279, 345
in cloth industry, 226–72
in early modern society, 264–6, 272–84
see also class conflict

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Table of contents

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  • Past and Present Publications *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction 1
  • Part 1 - The Event 11
  • 1. - An Event and Its History 13
  • 2. - The Attacks 31
  • Part 2 - Contextualising the Crowd 69
  • 3. - The Micro-Politics of the Attack on Sir John Lucas 71
  • 4. - The High Politics of the Attack on Sir John Lucas 115
  • Part 3 - The Confessional Crowd 159
  • 5. - The Attack on Ministers 161
  • 6. - The Attack on Catholics 201
  • Part 4 - Reading the Crowd 235
  • 7. - Cloth and Class 237
  • 8. - Anti-Popery and Popular Parliamentarianism 285
  • Conclusion 331
  • Index 353
  • Past and Present Publications 358
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