Sir John Norreys and the Elizabethan Military World

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vi
  • Maps vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Author’s Note x
  • Chapter I - Family and Early Life 1
  • Chapter II - Adventures in Ireland 1573–1575 18
  • Chapter III - In the Service of the States 1577–1581 33
  • Chapter IV - The Anjou Years, 1581–1584 50
  • Chapter V - The Munster Plantation 67
  • Chapter VI - The Netherlands, 1585–1587 84
  • Chapter VII - The Muster of 1588 108
  • Chapter VIII - The Expedition to Portugal 125
  • Chapter IX - Failure in Portugal 139
  • Chapter X - The Fortification of Munster, 1590 159
  • Chapter XI - Plans and Politics, 1590–1591 171
  • Chapter XII - Brittany 180
  • Chapter XIII - Deadlock in Brittany 1592–1593 191
  • Chapter XIV - The Taking of El León 204
  • Chapter XV - Return to Ireland 218
  • Chapter XVI - The Final Year 234
  • Conclusion 240
  • Notes 249
  • Bibliography 297
  • Index 305
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