The Life and Works of Robert Baillie (1602–1662)
Politics, Religion and Record-Keeping in the British Civil Wars
The letters of the Glaswegian minister Robert Baillie (1620–1662) are a common source for the history of Scotland during the violent years 1637–1660. This first biography of Baillie establishes his significance as a polemicist, theologian and contemporary historian.
The Church of England in Industrialising Society
The Lancashire Parish of Whalley in the Eighteenth Century
Through a close study of the parish of Whalley in Lancashire, Snape examines the fortunes of the Church of England during the 18th century, raising issues such as parochial charities and the Church's relationship with folk religion. No jacket.
The Royal Chapel in the Time of the Habsburgs
Music and Ceremony in the Early Modern European Court
Beginning with studies of the royal chapels of other European courts, this volume of 20 essays explores the patronage, organic structure and political and ceremonial structure of the royal chapel of the Spanish Hapsburgs. No jacket.
Calendar of State Papers: Domestic Series
Reign of Anne. Vol II 1704-1705
Representing the official archive of two secretaries of state - Sir Charles Hedges and Robert Harley - this volume is largely concerned with the conduct of the War of Spanish Succession and the French support for the Old Pretender, James Francis Edward. The documents calendared were generated in Ireland, Scotland and England and run from April 1704 to October 1705 - a period which saw the capture of Gibraltar (July 1704) and victories at Donauworth and Blenheim as well as preliminaries for the Anglo-Scottish union. No jacket.
Maritime Power and the Struggle for Freedom
Naval Campaigns that Shaped the Modern World 1788–1851
In this follow-up to his much-acclaimed Maritime Supremacy, Padfield continues to trace the role of naval power in world history, here analysing the factors that led Britain to global dominance in the 19th century.
The South Sea Bubble and Ireland
Money, Banking and Investment, 1960-1721
When the South Sea bubble burst in September 1720, its repercussions were felt far beyond the City of London. This study examines the South Sea investments and the consequences of their rise and fall in the peripheral financial centres of Ireland.