The Reformation and the Towns in England: Politics and Political Culture, c. 1540-1640

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Tittler, Robert.
The Reformation and the towns in England: politics and political
culture, c.1540-1640 / Robert Tittler.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
1. Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1485-1603. 2. Great Britain --
Politics and government -- 1603-1649. 3. City and town life -- England --
History -- 16th century. 4. City and town life -- England -- History -- 17th century.
5. Political culture -- England -- History -- 16th century. 6. Political culture --
England -- History -- 17th century. 7. Cities and towns -- England --
History -- 16th century. 8. Cities and towns -- England -- History --
17th century. 9. Reformation -- England. I. Title.
DA315.T58 1998
942.05 -- dc21 97-47540
ISBN 0-19-820718-2

1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2

Typeset by Jayvee, Trivandrum, India
Printed in Great Britain
on acid free paper by
Biddles Ltd., Guildford and King's Lynn

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