Newsletters From The Caroline Court, 1631-1638 Hardback

Catholicism and the Politics of the Personal Rule


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Newsletters From The Caroline Court, 1631-1638

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The newsletters printed in this volume were written by Catholics who had access to the Court of Charles I and Henrietta Maria during the 1630s. The letters’ principal concern was the factional strife among English Catholics, particularly over the issue of whether they should be subject to the authority of a Catholic bishop appointed by the papacy to live and rule over them in England. But these letters also contain Court news and gossip, information about foreign policy issues, and comment on the contemporary Church-of-England controversies over theology and clerical conformity. They are an important source for the study of the ideological tone of the Caroline Court, and of the ambition of certain sections of the Catholic community to secure a form of legal tolerance from the crown.

Newsletters From The Caroline Court, 1631-1638 was published by Cambridge University Press in September 2005 and is our 60046th best seller. The ISBN for Newsletters From The Caroline Court, 1631-1638 is 9780521854078.

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Page last updated 9th December 2016
Book FormatHardback
PublisherCambridge University Press (September 2005)
Weight575g
Number of Pages374
Thickness28 mm
Height228 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9780521854078
ISBN-100521854075
Product Code1007791
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