Mirrors for Rebels: A Study of Polemical Literature Relating to the Northern Rebellion, 1569

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INDEX
A Becket, St. Thomas, 7
Abiron, 70
Abridgement of the Cronicles, 51
Absalom, 70
Act for the Queen's Safety, 53
Actes and Monuments, 35, 40, 46
Addition Declaratorie to the Bullet, 42
Admonition to Doctor Story, 44, 74
Admonition to the Nobility and People of England and Ireland, 61
Advertisement and Defence for Trueth Against Her Backbiters, 54
Agaynst Rebellious and False Rumours, 43
Ahithophel, 70
Allen, J. W., 1, 10
Allen, William, 46, 57-58, 60-62, 64, 68, 69
Alva, Duke of, 19, 22, 26, 32, 44, 50
Amphialus, 109
Anjou, Duke of, 50
Ansuere to a Supplicatorie Epistle of G. T., 57
Answeir to the English Ballad, 47
Answer to Rebels in Lincolnshire, 6
Answer to the Rebels in Yorkshire, 6
Answere to the Proclamation of the Rebels in the North, 36
Apology or Defence of the Watch-Word against the Virulent and Seditious Ward- Word, 64
Arcadia, 108-110
Archbishop of Canterbury [in Daniel's Civile Wars], 90, 98. See Cranmer, Thomas, and Parker, Matthew
Armstrong, Hector, 28
Articles Deuised by the Holle Consent of the Kynges Most Honorable Counsale, 3
Arundel, Earl of, 18, 25, 53
Awdelay, John, 37, 70
A Wood, Anthony, 40
Babington, Anthony, 53, 59
Babington Plot, 53, 60, 79, 82, 84
Bacon, Nicholas, 15
Baldwin, William, 107
Bale, John, 7, 73
Ball, John, 73
Ballard, John, 53, 59, 63
Barker, John, 38, 66, 72, 77, 95
Barons Warres, 90, 111-112
Basilius, King of Arcadia, 109
Baumer, Franklin Le Van, 1, 37
Bayou, Bishop of, 73
Beard, Thomas, 63, 65, 68-69, 72, 75
Beaton, David, Abbot of Arbroath, 6-7
Bell, Thomas, 62, 68
Bennett, Josephine W., 86
Berthelet, Thomas, 3, 6
Bette, Thomas, 43, 70
Biblical texts, 67-69, 71-72, 81, 91
Birch, William, 44, 70, 75
Bishops' Book, 6, 8
Blenerhasset, Thomas, 107-108
Boleyn, Anne, 2, 11
Bolingbroke, Henry, 90, 92-93, 95-98, 100-105. See Henry IV, King of England
Bonner, Edmund, Bishop of London, 44- 45
Bothwell, Earl of, 12
Bowes, Sir George, 27, 38
Brief Discouerie of Doctor Allens Seditious Drifts, 60
Brief Treatise. . . Conteyning Sundrie Motiues unto the Catholike Faith, 46, 54, 62
Bristow, Richard, 46, 54, 56, 62
Buccleugh, Laird of, 28
Bull Graunted by the Pope to Doctor Harding & Other, 38, 64, 75
Cade, Jack, 101
Calvin, John, 35
Cambridge, Earl of, 104
Camden, William, 27
Campbell, Lily B., 10, 110
Campion, Edmund, 46, 52, 54-57
Carlisle, Bishop of, 92, 94
Carthusian martyrs, 2, 46
Cateau-Cambrésis, Peace of, 11
Catherine of Aragon, 1, 4, 11, 33
Cecil, William, 15, 18, 28, 31, 56-59, 67- 68, 73, 76-77, 98
Censure of a Loyal Subject, 59, 74-75, 77, 79
Certayne Sermons, or Homilies. See Homily of 1547
Chapuys, Eustace, 2, 32
Charles V, Emperor, 2, 4, 6-7
Cheke, John, 5, 8, 30

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I - Introduction 1
  • Chapter II - The Northern Rebellion of 1569 11
  • Chapter III - Pamphlets, Tracts, and Ballads, 1569-1574 35
  • Chapter IV - Pamphlets and Prose Tracts, 1581-1601 50
  • Chapter V - The Doctrine of Absolute Obedience 66
  • Chaptier VI - The Doctrine in Nonpolemical Literature 80
  • Chapter VII - Conclusion 107
  • Notes 113
  • Index 125
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