Men of Substance: A Study of the Thought of Two English Revolutionaries, Henry Parker and Henry Robinson

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INDEX
Abell, alderman, 207, 208
Addresses, Office of--- Hartlib's plan for, 250 n. 116; Robinson's plan for, 250-52
Agriculture, reform of--- Robinson on, 255-57
Aldgate, ward of, 47
Allen, Zouch, 50
Althusius, Johannes, 148
Amerongen, 15
Anderson, Christian, 47
Anglo-Catholicism--- Parker's attack on, 69-73 vide also Laud, William
Answer to Mr. John Dury, An ( 1644)--- attribution of, to Robinson, 91, 91 n. 69
Answer to Mr. William Prynn's Twelve Questions, An ( 1644)--- attribution of, to Robinson, by William Prynne, 91 n. 69
Anticlericalism--- of Parker, 73-86 of Robinson, 87
Aristocracy, the English--- compared with monarchy, 186-87 defense of, by Robinson, 186-87, 189, 201-2, 220-21 demands on, by Parker, 8; by Robinson, 8 fluidity of, in England, 254
Articles and Orders, Made and Agreed upon the 9th Day of July, 1647--- attribution of, to Robinson, 180; by Fulmer Mood, 180 n. 110
Ashley, M. P.--- on political influence of merchants, 205 n. 1
Audley, Thomas, Baron Audley--- sale of lands by, to George Robinson, 44-45
Avecote, Warwickshire, priory of, 45
Bacon, Sir Francis, 250
Bagot, Mary, 30 n. 108
Bagot, Sir Walter, 30 n. 108
Bahamas, the--- constitution for, proposed by Robinson, 180, 187-89, 240 liberty of conscience in, 187-88
Baker, Elizabeth, 13
Baker, John, 13
Ball, William--- attacks of, on Parker, 142 n. 4, 150 n. 23, 165 n. 71
Bank of England, vide National Bank
Barham, Elizabeth, 30 n. 108 de Bassett, Turstin, 40
Bastwick, John, 92
Bate, Ann, 10
Beggars, 254
Bergen-op-Zoom, 15
Bertie, Peregrine, Lord Willoughby de Eresby, 15
Bexhill, Sussex, 9
Bible--- Robinson on vagueness of, 95-96
Bishop, Henry, 62
Boleyn, Anne, 11
Boleyn, George, Viscount Rochford, 11- 12
Bramhall, John, Archbishop of Armagh--- attack of, on Parker, 143 n. 4
Bramston, Leicestershire, 45
Briefe Considerations, concerning the Advancement of Trade and Navigation ( 1649), 62, 88, 217
British Museum catalogue, the, 92
Brittany, 16
Brooke, Sir Edward, 16
Buckingham, second Duke of, vide Staf­ ford, Henry
Bullion, 228, 229, 230, 235, 236 drain of, from England, 235-36 not properly, end of trade, 229 vide also Monetary Theory
Burlamachi, Philip, 61 appointed postmaster-general, 56 assigns postal interests to Prideaux, 56
Burleigh, Baron, vide Cecil, William

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - Introduction 1
  • II - Henry Parker (1604-1652): Antecedents And Life 9
  • III - Henry Robinson (1605-1673?): Antecedents And Life 38
  • IV - Religious Thought 67
  • V - Political Thought 140
  • VI - Social and Economic Thought 203
  • Bibliography 259
  • Index 267
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