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G) Popular Culture and Revolt

  1. P. Burke Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe (1976)

  2. 2. R. Clifton The Last Popular rebellion: the Western Rising of 1685 (1984)

  3. 3. D. Cressy Bonfire and Bells: National Memory and the Protestant Calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England (1989)

  4. 4. D. Cressy Birth, Marriage & Death: ritual, religion & the life cycle in Tudor & Stuart England (1997)

  5. 5. D. Cressy Travesties and transgressions in Tudor and Stuart England (2000)

  6. 6. C.S.L. Davies. Popular Religion in the Pilgrimage of Grace. in VI D 7

  7. 7. A. Fox, .Rumour, News & Popular Political Opinion in Elizabethan & Early Stuart England. HJ 40 (1997)

  8. 8. T.Harris (ed.) Popular Culture in England, 1500-1850 (1995)

  9. 9. C.Holmes .Drainers and Fenmen: the Problem of Popular Political Culture in the C17th. in VI D 7

  10. 10. R. Hutton The Rise and Fall of Merry England (1994)

  11. 11. R.B.Manning Village Revolts: social protest & popular dissent in England, 1509-1640 (1988)

  12. M.Power .London & the Control of the .Crisis. of the 1590s. History 70 (1985)

  13. B.Reay (ed.) Popular Culture in C17th England (1985)

  14. B.Sharp In Contempt of All Authority: Rural Artisans & Riot in the West of England, 1586-1660 (1980)

  15. P.Slack (ed.) Rebellion, Popular Protest and the Social Order (1984)

  16. D. Underdown Revel, Riot and Rebellion: Popular Politics & Culture in England, 1603-1660 [Dorset, Somerset & Wilts](1985)

  17. J. Walter ..A Rising of the People?. The Oxfordshire Rising of 1596. PP 60 (1973)

  18. A. Wood, The Politics of Social Conflict: the Peak Country 1520-1770 (1999)

  19. K..Wrightson & J.Walter 'Dearth and the Social Order in Early Modern England' PP 71 (1976)

H) Education, Literacy and Popular Belief

  1. D.Cressy Literacy and the Social Order: Reading and Writing in Tudor and Stuart England (1980)

  2. R.Houston Literacy in Early Modern Europe (1988)

  3. R. Houston Scottish Literacy & the Scottish Identity (1985)

  4. H.Kearney Scholars and Gentlemen (1970)

  5. James A. Knapp. Illustrating the Past in Early Modern England: The Representation of History in Printed Books. (Ashgate: 2003).

  6. T. Laqueur 'Cultural Origins of Popular Literacy in England, 1500-1850' Oxford Rev. of Education (1976)

  7. R. O'Day Education and Society 1500-1800 (1982)

  8. Joad Raymond. Pamphlets and Pamphleteering in Early Modern England. (Cambridge 2003).

  9. J. Simon Education and Society in Tudor England (1967)

  10. M. Spufford Small Books and Pleasant Histories (1981)

  11. 9. M. Spufford (ed.) The World of Rural Dissenters, 1520-1725 (1995)

  12. 10. L. Stone .The Educational Revolution, 1560-1640. PP 28 (1964)

  13. 11. K.V. Thomas Rule and Misrule in the Schools of Early Modern England (1976)

  14. 12. K.V.Thomas .Numeracy in Early Modern England. TRHS 5th ser. 37 (1987)

  15. 13. K.V. Thomas .The Meaning of Literacy in Early Modern England. in G.Baumann (ed) The Written Word.Literacy in Transition (1986)

  16. 14. T.Watt Cheap Print and Popular Piety, 1550-1640 (1991)

  17. 15. C. Webster The Great Instauration: Science, Medicine & Reform, 1626-1660 (1975)


SEVENTEENTH CENTURY

VII: General Works

A) England

  1. R. Ashton The English Civil War (1978)

  2. G.R. Aylmer The Struggle for the Constitution, 1603-1689 (1986)

  3. B. Coward The Stuart Age: England 1603-1714 (2nd ed. 1994)

  4. D. Hirst England in Conflict,1603-1660 (1999)

  5. J.R. Jones Country and Court: England 1658-1714 (1978)

  6. M. Kishlansky A Monarchy Transformed: Britain 1603-1714 (1996)

  7. J. Scott England.s Troubles: Seventeenth-Century English Political Instability in European Context (2000)

  8. D.L. Smith A History of the Modern British Isles: the Double Crown (1998)

  9. D.L. Smith The Stuart Parliaments, 1603-89 (1999)

B) Ireland, Scotland and Wales

  1. Berleth, The Twilight Lords. (1978/2002)

  2. B.Fitzpatrick C17th Ireland (1988)

  3. M. Lee Jr .Scotland & the general crisis of the 17th century. SHR 93 (1984)

  4. R.Mitchison Lordship to Patronage: Scotland 1603-1745 (1983)

  5. W.S.K. Thomas, Stuart Wales,1603-1714 (1988)

C) Formation of Britain

  1. R.G.Asch (ed) Three Nations - A Common History? England, Scotland, Ireland & British History c.1600-1920 (1992)

  2. K.Brown Kingdom or Province? Scotland & the Regal Union, 1603-1715 (1992)

  3. G. Burgess (ed.) The New British History (1999)

  4. N. Canny (ed.) The Oxford History of the British Empire, vol. 1: British Overseas Enterprise to the close of the seventeenth century (1998)

  5. N.Cuddy .Anglo-Scottish Union & the Court of James I. TRHS 5th ser. 39 (1989)

  6. B.Galloway The Union of England & Scotland, 1603-1608 (1986)

  7. B. Levack The Formation of the British State: 1603-1714 (1987)

  8. B. Levack .The proposed union of English Law & Scots Law in the 17th century. Juridical Review n.s.20 (1975)

  9. R. Mason (ed) Scots & Britons: Scottish Political Thought & the Union of 1603 (1994)


VIII: James VI & I and Charles I

  1. Questions

    1. “A battleground for court factions”. Is this an adequate description of Parliament 1603-29?

    2. James I was the first of the British kings to rule in two kingdoms. How did his being Scottish affect the kingdoms on both sides of the border?

    3. Was religion or finance a more important question in the reign of James I?

    4. James I traditionally has been seen as a weak king, but recent historiography has been revising that image. Do you think James ruled well? Why or why not?

    5. How did the role of parliament grow during the reign of James I?

    6. Charles I was not groomed to be king. Discuss.

    7. “A bad English king and no king in Scotland.” Do you agree with this analysis of Charles I?

    8. Charles I’s lack of understanding of his kingdom led to his fatal mistakes during his personal rule. Discuss

    9. Laud and Stafford as Charles’ favorites, were more implemental in his problems than he was himself. Discuss.

  2. Politics

1. R.Ashton The City and the Court, 1603-42 (1979)

2. M.J.Braddick The Nerves of State: Taxation and the Financing of the English State, 1558-1714 (1996)



3. K.M. Brown .Aristocracy, Anglicisation, & the Court, 1603-1638. HJ 36 (1993)

  1. K.M. Brown .Aristocratic finances & the origins of the Scottish Revolution. EHR 54 (1989)

  2. G. Burgess The Politics of the Ancient Constitution (1992)

  3. G. Burgess Absolute Monarchy & the Stuart Constitution (1996)

  4. N. Carlin, The causes of the English Civil War (1999)

  5. A.Clarke The Old English in Ireland, 1625-42 (1966)

  6. T. Cogswell The Blessed Revolution: English Politics & the Coming of War, 1621-24 (1989)

  7. T. Cogswell .Foreign Policy & Parliament: the case of La Rochelle. EHR (1984)

  8. L. Cope Politics without Parliament (1987)

  9. N. Cuddy .The revival of the entourage: the Bedchamber of James I, 1603-25. in Starkey (ed) English Court [see II A 41]

  10. R. Cust The Forced Loan & English Politics, 1626-28 (1987)

  11. R. Cust .Charles I, the Privy Council, & the Parliament of 1628. TRHS 6th ser. 2 (1993)

  12. R. Cust & A. Hughes (eds) Conflict in Early Stuart England (1989)

  13. J. Daly .The idea of absolutism in C17th England. HJ 21 (1978)

  14. P. Donald An uncounselled King: Charles I & the Scottish Troubles, 1637-41 (1990)

  15. A. Fletcher The outbreak of the English Civil War (1981)

  16. J.H. Hexter .The Early Stuarts & Parliament. Parliamentary History (1982)

  17. C. Hibbard Charles I and the Popish Plot (1983)

  18. D. Hirst Representatives of the People? (1975)

  19. A. Hughes The Causes of the English Civil War (2nd ed., 1998)

  20. H.F. Kearney Strafford in Ireland, 1633-41 (2nd ed. 1989)

  21. M. Kishlansky Parliamentary Selection: Social & Political Choice in Early Modern England (1986)

  22. P. Lake & K. Sharpe (eds) Culture & Politics in Early Stuart England (1993)

  23. M. Lee Jr Government by Pen: Scotland under James VI & I (1980)

  24. M. Lee Jr Great Britain.s Solomon: James VI & I in his Three Kingdoms (1990)

  25. M. Lee Jr The Road to Revolution. Scotland under Charles I (1985)

  26. R. Lockyer Buckingham (1981)

  27. A.I. MacInnes Charles I & the Making of the Covenanting Movement, 1625-1641 (1991)

  28. J. Merritt (ed) The Political World of Thomas Wentworth, First Earl of Strafford (1996)

  29. A. Macinnes Charles I & the Making of the Covenanting Movement, 1625-1641 (1991)

  30. J. Morrill .The Causes of the British Civil Wars. JEH (1992)

  31. L.L. Peck Court Patronage and Corruption in Early Stuart England (1990)

  32. L.L. Peck (ed.) The Mental World of the Jacobean Court (1991)

  33. J.G.A. Pocock The Ancient Constitution and the Feudal Law (2nd ed.1987)

  34. M. Prestwich Cranfield: Politics and Profit under the Early Stuarts (1966)

  35. T.K. Rabb Jacobean Gentleman: Sir Edwin Sandys, 1561-1629 (1998)

  36. L.J. Reeve Charles I and the Road to Personal Rule (1986)

  37. J. Richards '"His Nowe Majestie" and the English Monarchy: the Kingship of Charles I before 1640' PP 113(1986)

  38. R.E. Ruigh The Parliament of 1624: Politics & Foreign Policy (1971)

  39. C. Russell .Parliamentary History in Perspective, 1604-29. History 61(1976)

  40. C. Russell Parliaments and English Politics: 1621-1629 (1979)

  41. C. Russell .Why did Charles I call the Long Parliament in 1640?. History 69 (1984)

  42. C. Russell The Causes of the English Civil War (1990)

  43. C. Russell .The British Problem and the English Civil War'.History 72 (1987)

  44. C. Russell .The Scottish Party in English Parliaments, 1640-1642. HR 68 (1993)

  45. C. Russell .The British Background to the Irish Rebellion of 1641. HR 63(1988)

  46. C. Russell The Fall of the British Monarchies, 1637-42 (1991)

  47. K. Sharpe (ed.) Faction and Parliament (1978)

  48. K. Sharpe The Personal Rule of Charles I (1992)

  49. K. Sharpe .Private Conscience & Public Duty in the Writings of Charles I. HJ 40 (1997)

  50. K. Sharpe .The image of virtue: the court & household of Charles I. in Starkey (ed) English Court

  51. K. Sharpe Remapping Early Modern England (2000)

  52. A.G.R. Smith(ed.) The Reign of James VI and I (1973)

  53. M. Smuts Court Culture and the Origins of a Royalist Tradition in Early Stuart England (1987)

  54. J. Somerville Politics and Ideology in England: 1603-1640 (1986) (new edition: Royalists and Patriots

  55. J Sommerville, Thomas Hobbes: political ideas in historical context.

  56. D. Stevenson The Scottish Revolution, 1637-1644 (1977)

  57. D. Stevenson .The King.s Scottish Revenues & the Covenanters, 1625-51. HJ 17 (1974)

  58. D. Stevenson Alistair Mac Colla & the Highland Problem of the 17th century (1980)

  59. H. Tomlinson (ed.) Before the Civil War (1983)

  60. R. Tuck Philosophy and Government, 1572-1651 (1993)

  61. D. Underdown A Freeborn People: Politics and the Nation in C17th England (1996)

  62. J. Wormald 'James VI and I: two kings or one?' History 68 (1983)

  1. Religion

1. G.Bernard .The English Reformation: 1529-ca.164. History 75 (1990)

2. A. Capern .The Caroline Church: James Ussher and the Irish Dimension. HJ 39 (1996)

3. J.Davies The Caroline Captivity of the Church (1992)

4. G. Donaldson The Making of the Scottish Prayer Book of 1637 (1954)



  1. Lori Anne Ferrell, Government by Polemic: James I, The King’s Preachers and the Rhetoric of Conformity, 1603-1625. (Stanford, 1999)

  2. K. Fincham Prelate as Pastor: The Episcopate of James I (1990)

  3. K. Fincham (ed.) The Early Stuart Church, 1603-1642 (1993)

  4. K.Fincham and P.Lake 'The Ecclesiastical Policy of King James I. JBS 24(1985)

  5. A.Foster The Church of England 1570-1640 (1994)

  6. W.R.Foster The Church before the Covenants (1975)

  7. C.Hill Society and Puritanism in Pre-Revolutionary England (1964)

  8. P.Lake .Calvinism and the English Church: 1570-1635. PP 114 (1987)

  9. P.Lake .Laudians and the Argument from Authority. in B.Kunze & D.Brautigam (eds) Court, Country & Culture (1992)

  10. W.Lamont Godly Rule (1969)

  11. W.Lamont Puritanism & Historical Controversy (1996)

  12. W. Makey The Church of the Covenant, 1637-1651 (1979)

  13. S. McGee The Godly Man in Stuart England (1976)

  14. J. Morrill .A British Patriarchy? Ecclesiastical Imperialism under the Early Stuarts. In A.Fletcher & P.Roberts (eds) Religion, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain (1994)

  15. J.Morrill(ed.) The Scottish National Covenant in its British Context (1991)

  16. M. Questier .The Politics of Religious Conformity & the Accession of James I. HR 71 (1998)

  17. K.Sharpe .Archbishop Laud. History Today 33 (1983)

  18. N.Tyacke Anti-Calvinists (1987)

  19. N.Tyacke .Arminianism, Puritanism and Counter-revolution. in C.Russell(ed.) The Origins of the English Civil War (1973)

  20. P.White. The Rise of Arminianism Reconsidered. PP 101(1983)

  21. P.White Predestination, Policy and Polemic: Conflict and Consensus in the English Church from the Reformation to the Civil War (1992)


C: Centre and Localities, 1600-1660

    1. T.G.Barnes Somerset 1625-1642:A County.s Government during the Personal Rule (1961)

    2. M.J.Braddick Parliamentary Taxation in C17th England (1994)

    3. T.Cogswell Home Divisions: Aristocracy, the State and Provincial Conflict (1998) [on Leics.]

    4. R. Cust .News & politics in early 17th century England. PP 112 (1986)

    5. AJ. Evans Seventeenth century Norwich: Politics,Religion & Government, 1620-90 (1979)

    6. A. Everitt The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion (1966)

    7. A. Everitt Change in the Provinces: the 17th Century (1969)

    8. A. Fletcher Reform in the Provinces: the Government of Stuart England (1986)

    9. A. Fletcher A County Community in Peace and War: Sussex 1600-1660 (1975)

    10. S. Hollings .Court Patronage, county governors & early Stuart Parliaments. Parergon ns. 6 (1988)

    11. C. Holmes 'The County Community in Stuart Historiography. JBS 19(1980)

    12. C. Holmes Seventeenth-Century Lincolnshire (1988)

    13. A. Hughes Politics Society and Civil War in Warwickshire (1987)

    14. W. Hunt The Puritan Moment: the Coming of Revolution in an English County (1983)[on Essex]

    15. J. Morrill Revolt in the Provinces: the English People and the Tragedies of War (1999)

    16. K.Sharpe .Crown, Parliament & Locality. EHR


IX: Civil War and Interregnum (also see number VIII above)

  1. Questions

    1. Why did Civil War break out in England in 1642

    2. “The Rise of the New Model Army was a consequence and not a cause of the radicalization of politics.” Discuss.

    3. Why was no lasting constitutional or religious settlement introduced in England in the years 1649-1660?

    4. “If successful, the English Civil War would have been known throughout the world as the English revolution.” Discuss.

    5. “England was not ready to be without a king.” The dissemblance of social order resulted in the World Turned upside down. Discuss the reasons for the radical changes and developments of the 1640s and 50s.

    6. “The Civil Wars and Interregnum were caused more by religion than finance, and they ended for the same reasons.” Discuss.

  2. Politics

    1. J.S.A.Adamson .The Baronial Context of the English Civil War. TRHS 5th ser.40 (1990)

    2. J.S.A.Adamson .Politics & the Nobility in Civil War England. HJ 34 (1991)

    3. G.Aylmer The Levellers in the English Revolution (1986)

    4. G.Aylmer Rebellion or Revolution? England 1640-1660 (1986)

    5. G. Aylmer (ed) The Interregnum (1972)

    6. T.C. Barnard Cromwellian Ireland (1975)

    7. B. Coward Oliver Cromwell (1991)

    8. R. Cust & A. Hughes (eds) The English Civil War (1997)

    9. F. Dow Cromwellian Scotland (1979)

    10. I. Gentles The New Model Army (1992)

    11. R.Gillespie .The end of an era: Ulster & the Irish Rebellion of 1641. in Gillespie & Brady (eds) Natives & Newcomers

    12. R. Hainsworth The Swordsmen in Power.1649-1660 (1997)

    13. P.H.Hardacre The Royalists during the Puritan Revolution (1966)

    14. C.Hill God's Englishman: Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution (1970)

    15. C.Holmes The Eastern Association in the English Civil War (1978)

    16. A. Hughes 'The King, Parliament and the Localities during the English Civil War' JBS 24 (1985)

    17. R. Hutton The Royalist War Effort (1982)

    18. R. Hutton The British Republic,1649-1660 (1990)

    19. J.R. Jones The Anglo-Dutch Wars of the 17th Century (1996) S. Kelsey Inventing a Republic: the political culture of the English Commonwealth (1997)

    20. J.P.Kenyon The Civil Wars of England (1988)

    21. M.Kishlansky The Rise of the New Model Army (1979) M.Kishlansky .The emergence of adversarial politics in the Long Parliament. JMH 49 (1977)

    22. B.MacCuarta (ed) Ulster 1641: aspects of the rising (1993)

    23. B.S. Manning The English People & the English Revolution (1976)

    24. J. Morrill (ed.)Reactions to the English Civil War, 1642-1649 (1982)

    25. J. Morrill The Nature of the English Revolution (1993)

    26. J.Morrill (ed.) Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution (1990)

    27. S.Pincus Protestantism and patriotism (1996)

    28. I. Roots The Great Rebellion, 1640-1660 (1966)

    29. J.Scott Algernon Sidney & the English Republic (1987)

    30. H.Shaw The Levellers (1968)

    31. D.L.Smith Constitutional Royalism & the Search for Settlement, c.1640-1649 (1995)

    32. D.Stevenson Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Scotland, 1644-1651 (1977)

    33. D. Stevenson .Cromwell, Scotland & Ireland.

    34. D. Underdown Pride's Purge (1971)

    35. D. Underdown .The Problem of Popular Allegiance in the English Civil War., TRHS 5th ser 31 (1981)

    36. T. Venning Cromwellian Foreign Policy (1995)

    37. A.Woolrych Soldiers and Statesmen: The Council of the Army (1987)

    38. A.Woolrych Commonwealth to Protectorate (1982)

    39. A.B. Worden The Rump Parliament (1975)



B: Religion and the Sects

1. B. Capp The Fifth Monarchy Men (1972)

2. R. Clifton 'The Popular Fear of Catholics during the English Revolution' PP 52 (1971)

3. J.C. Davis Fear, Myth & History (1986) [& the debate in PP 1993]

4. C. Hill The World Turned Upside Down (1972)

5. C. Hill Milton and the English Revolution (1977)

6. C.Hill,W.Lamont & B.Reay The World of the Muggletonians (1982)

7. D.Hirst .The Failure of Godly Rule in the English Republic. PP 132 (1991)

8. J.Morrill .The Religious Context of the English Civil War. TRHS 5th ser. 34(1984)

9. J.Morrill .The Church in England, 1642-9.

10. B.Reay & J.F.Macgregor (eds) Radical Religion in the English Civil War (1984)

11. B. Reay .The Quakers, 1659, & the Restoration of Monarchy. History 63 (1978)


C: Warfare

  1. C.H. Firth Cromwell’s Army: A History of the English Soldier during the Civil Wars, the Commonwealth and the Protectorate (1992)

  2. Mark Fissel, The Bishops’ Wars: Charles I’s Campaigns against Scotland, 1638-40) (1994)

  3. M Fissel, English Warfare 1511-1642 (2001)

  4. C. Henry and B. Delf, English Civil War Artillery (2005)

  5. D. Trim and M. Fissel, Amphibious Warfare, 1000-1700 (2005)

  6. Malcolm Wanklyn & Frank Jones A Military History of the English Civil War: 1642-1649 (2004)


X: The Restoration to 1700

  1. Questions

    1. Why did exclusion fail while the Glorious Revolution succeeded?

    2. Were politics under William and Anne dominated by principle, party, or personality?

    3. Was religion really the impetus for the Glorious revolution?

    4. How did the multiple kingdoms affect policies, 1660-1700?

    5. Was Charles II a good king?

  2. Politics

1. R. Ashcraft Revolutionary Politics & Locke.s Two Treatises of Government (1986)

2. R.A. Beddard Revolutions of 1688 (1991)

3. R.A.Beddard .Tory Oxford. in N.Tyacke (ed.) History of the University of Oxford: the Seventeenth Century (1997)

4. C. Chandaman The English Public Revenue,1660-1688 (1975)

5. J. Childs, The Army of Charles II (1976)

6. A. Claydon, William III and the Godly Revolution (1996)

7. G. De Krey A Fractured Society (1985)

8. L.K.J.Glassey (ed.) The reigns of Charles II & James VII & II (1997)

9. L.K.J.Glassey Politics & the appointment of Justices of the Peace, 1675-1720 (1979)

10. M. Goldie .Divergence and Union: Scotland and England 1660-1707. in I C 1

11. R.L.Greaves Enemies under his feet: radicals & non-conformists in Britain, 1664-1677 (1990)

12. K.H.D. Haley Politics in the Reign of Charles II (1985)

13. K.H.D. Haley The First Earl of Shaftesbury (1968)

14. T. Harris Politics under the later Stuarts (1993)

15. T.Harris London Crowds in the Reign of Charles II (1987)

16. D.Hirst .The Conciliatoriness of the Cavalier Commons Reconsidered.



Parliamentary History (1987)

17. G. Holmes British Politics in the Age of Anne (revised ed. 1987)

18. H. Horwitz Parliament, Policy and politics in the reign of William III (1977)

19. H. Horwitz Revolution Politicks (1968)

20. R. Hutton The Restoration: 1658-1667 (1985)

21. R. Hutton Charles II, King of England, Scotland & Ireland (1989)

22. J. Israel (ed.) The Anglo-Dutch Moment: Essays on the Glorious revolution and its World Impact (1991)

23. G.H.Jenkins The Foundations of Modern Wales: Wales 1642-1780 (1993)

24. C. Jones Britain in the First Age of Party (1987)

25. D.W. Jones War and economy in the age of William III and Marlborough (1988)

26. J.R.Jones (ed.) The Restored Monarchy (1979)

27. J.R.Jones The First Whigs: the Politics of the Exclusion Crisis (1961)

28. J.R.Jones Charles II: Royal Politician (1987)

29. J.P.Kenyon, Revolution Principles: The Politics of party 1689-1720 (1977)

30. J.P.Kenyon Robert Spenser, Earl of Sunderland (1958)

31. J.P.Kenyon The Popish Plot (1972)

32. M.Knights Politics & Opinion in Crisis, 1678-81 (1994)

33. D.R.Lacey Dissent & Party Politics in England, 1660-1689 (1989)

34. J.Malcolm .Charles II & the Re-construction of Royal Power. HJ 35 (1992)

35. A.I. McInnes .When was the English Revolution?. History 67 (1982)

36. A.I. McInnes .Repression & Conciliation: the highland dimension, 1660-1688. SHR 66 (1986)

37. A.I. McInnes .The first Scottish tories. SHR 68 (1988)

38. J.Miller Popery and Politics in England, 1660-1688 (1973)

39. J.Miller .Charles II & his Parliaments. TRHS 5th ser. 32 (1982)

40. J.Miller The Potential for Absolutism in late C17th England. History 69 (1984)

41. J.Miller The Crown & the Borough Charters. EHR 100 (1985)

42. J.Miller Charles II: a study in Kingship (1991)

43. J.Miller James II (1978)

44. M.Mullett James II & English Politics (1993)

45. J.H.Plumb The Growth of Political Stability in England 1675-1725 (1967)

46. H. Roseveare The Financial revolution 1660-1760 (1991)

47. L.Schwoerer The Declaration of Rights, 1689 (1981)

48. L. Schwoerer (ed.) The Revolution of 1688-1689 (1992)

49. J.Scott Algernon Sidney & the Restoration Crisis (1991)

50. P.Seaward The Cavalier Parliament and the Restoration of the Old Regime (1989)

51. P.Seaward The Restoration, 1660-1688 (1991)

52. W. Speck Reluctant Revolutionaries (1989)

53. J. Western Monarchy and Revolution: the English state in the 1680s (1972)



54. Brian Weiser. Charles II and the Politics of Access (Brill, 2003).
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