Political Communication and Political Culture in England, 1558-1688

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Index
Act of Oblivion, 263
Act of Uniformity, 42, 251
Adlington, Hugh, 359n137
Aglionby, William, 63–64, 69
alehouses, 25, 51, 151, 228, 272
Allen, John, 194
Amboyna, 31, 107, 126, 152, 224
Anabaptists, 191, 210
ancient constitution, 12, 21, 75, 83–86, 99, 100, 102, 195, 203, 288
anthropology, 67, 74, 299n4
anti-Catholicism, 45–45, 50, 162, 170, 217, 218, 240–242; ballads, 152; drama, 108, 113–114, 122, 123, 124, 125; in ecclesiastical history, 21, 93–95; Elizabeth as symbol, 91, 208, 216, 229; Gunpowder Plot, 211–218; in historical writing, 93; Jesuits, 153, 254; papal deposition doctrine, 30, 143, 188, 250; political culture, 9, 43, 253–254, 276, 290; “popery and arbitrary government” slogan, 43, 47, 49, 92, 158, 261, 266, 291; riots, 209–210; sermons, 170, 177, 178, 179–180, 217; sermons, Paul’s Cross, 169, 172, 173, 174, 175, 177–178; succession, 8–9, 158; visual expression, 224, 229; Whig, 43, 93, 158, 251, 261, 266, 308, 269. See also Armada; Gunpowder Plot; Exclusion; Pope burning processions; Popish Plot; succession Armada, 200; celebrations, 210, 219; images, 222, 228; news, 43; poems and ballads, 143, 151 Assembly of Divines, 38, 112, 115, 157, 178
assizes, 10, 48, 185, 196. See also sermons, assize Atwood, William, 87
Aubrey, John, coffee houses, 49, 51, 311n157
audiences, 1, 4, 5, 7, 12, 14, 17, 74, 129, 130, 132, 132, 133, 135–136, 267, 273, 280, 285, 291; for assize sermons, 195–196; expectations, 3; for history, 80, 81, 282; and literacy, 36; for lord mayor’s shows, 182, 187, 195; male, 81; for news, 26, 296; for plays, 7, 21, 105, 106, 112–113, 116–117, 119–120, 121, 122, 123, 125, 126, 270, 293; for political ballads, 153; for political trials, 253, 258; for prints and paintings, 230; for Roman history, 96; for sermons, 4, 7, 22, 168, 170–171, 174, 175; women, 271

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