The Foundation of Modern Wales: Wales 1642-1780

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INDEX
Abbey Cwm-hir (Radnor) 15, 160
Aberaeron (Cards.) 298
Aberafan (Glam.) 126, 158
Abercothi (Carms.) 239
Aberdare (Glam.) 257, 365, 411, 425
Aberdyfi (Merioneth) 275, 285, 287, 298-9
Abergavenny (Mon.) 64-5, 137, 144, 148, 189, 385
Abergavenny, Lord 314
Abergele (Denbs.) 241, 289, 345
Aberglasney (Carms.) 232
Abergwili (Carms.) 412
Abermenai (Anglesey) 128
Aberpergwm (Glam.) 411
Aberthaw (Glam.) 129, 285, 333
Aberystruth (Mon.) 196
Aberystwyth (Cards.) 16, 62, 77, 116, 149, 287, 289, 296, 298-9, 305, 383
academies 138, 140, 196, 217, 245, 314-16, 418, 422
Account of the Convincement... of Richard Davies, An 237
Acton Park (Denbs.) 144
acts, bills and ordinances of Parliament: Acts of Union ( 1536-43) 153, 213, 233, 301; Poor Law Act ( 1601) 168; Act for the Better Propagation and Preaching of the Gospel in Wales ( 1650) 49-61, 70, 199; Act of Indemnity and Oblivion ( 1660) 133; Corporation Act ( 1661) 184; Act of Uniformity ( 1662) 174, 183-4; Printing Act ( 1662) 204, 209, 215; Quaker Act ( 1662) 184, 190; Settlement Act ( 1662) 169, 339; Conventicle Act ( 1664) 184; Five Mile Act ( 1665) 184; Irish Cattle Act ( 1666) 112; Conventicle Act ( 1670) 184; Test Act ( 1673) 184; Toleration Act ( 1689) 138, 181, 194-7, 204, 211, 247, 316, 360 381; Property Qualifications Act ( 1711) 155; Occasional Conformity Act ( 1711) 139, 141; Schism Act ( 1714) 141, 202; Septennial Act ( 1716) 158; Knatchbull Act ( 1723) 341; Excise Bill ( 1733) 308; Theatre Licensing Act ( 1737) 417; Act for the Encouragement of the British White Herring Fishery ( 1750) 298-9; Militia Act ( 1757) 330
Advice to Persons Recovered from Sickness 206
Aeron, river 362
Aesop240
Afflicted Man's Testimony, An 237
agents, see stewards
agricultural societies 282-3; see also farming
Aleluia421
Alleine, Joseph193
Allen, Edward54
Allestree, Richard207
Allington, Edward91-2
Almanac Caergybi388
almanacs, almanackers 111, 161-2, 188, 209-10, 214-16, 221, 223, 225, 229, 236-7, 245-6, 253, 279, 341, 343, 368, 409, 413-14
America191-3, 284, 292, 298, 334, 394
American Revolution, the 316-19
American War, the 276, 285, 291-2, 298, 321-2, 330
Amlwch (Anglesey) 287, 293
Anacreon238
Ancaster, duke of 359
Andover (Hants) 46
Aneirin 227, 404
Anglesey 7, 22-3, 25, 36, 39, 51, 90, 110, 113, 116, 154, 156, 158, 160, 162-3, 175, 210, 230-1, 239, 250-2, 259, 263, 270, 272-4, 290-1, 293, 304-5, 327-8, 331, 333-7, 344, 346, 373, 377, 379, 381, 387, 389-90, 393-4, 396, 401, 404, 416, 419 426
Anglicanism, Anglicans 41, 81, 135, 138, 316, 326, 357, 395; see also church, established
Anne, queen 133, 135, 139, 141, 149, 154, 162-3
Antient British Music413
Antinomianism, Antinomians 64-6
antiquarianism, antiquarians 30, 239-45
Antiquité de la nation et de la langue des celtes, L'223
Anwyl, Lewis344
ap Huw, Robert231
ap John, John75-7, 79-80, 191
Approvers 51-2, 63
Arbuthnot, John239
Archaeologia Britannica218, 224, 243, 245, 253
Ardudwy, vale of (Merioneth) 38, 226, 235

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The Foundation of Modern Wales: Wales 1642-1780
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The History of Wales i
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • A Note on Dating and Punctuation x
  • Contents xi
  • List of Maps xii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Part I Strife and Upheaval 1642-1660 1
  • Chapter I the Civil Wars and the Interregnum 3
  • Chapter 2 Propagating the Gospel 43
  • Part II the Return to Stability 1660-1730 85
  • Chapter 3 the Social and Economic Structure 87
  • Chapter 4 the Pattern of Politics 132
  • Chapter 5 Religion, Education, and Literacy 173
  • Chapter 6 Cultural and Intellectual Life 213
  • Part III the Age of Improvement 1730-1780 255
  • Chapter 7 Social and Economic Progress 257
  • Chapter 8 Political Conflict and Change 300
  • Chapter 9 the Spirit of Enthusiasm 342
  • Chapter 10 Cultural Revival and Invention 386
  • Bibliography 427
  • Index 465
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