Elizabethi.org
Queen Elizabeth I Quote


ELIZABETHAN HISTORY

ESSAYS / ARTICLES



[Bibliography & Endnotes] To what extent was Protestant Culture only available to the literate and wealthy before the Civil War?



BIBLIOGRAPHY


P. Collinson, The religion of Protestants (Oxford, 1982)

D. Cressy, Bonfires and Bells: National memort and the Protestant Calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England (London, 1989)

E. Duffy, The Godly and the Multitude in Stuart England, in The Seventeenth Century, 1, (1986)

I. Green, 'For Children in Yeers and Children in Understanding': The Emergence of the English Catechism under Elizabeth and the Early Stuarts, in Journal of Ecclesiastical History, XXXVIII

M. Ingram, From Reformation to Toleration: Popular Religious Cultures in England, 1540-1690 in T. Harris (ed.), Popular Culture in England,c. 1500-1850 (London, 1995)

J. Lotherington (ed.) The Tudor Years (Hodder and Stoughton, 1995)

I . Luxton, The Reformation and Popular Culture in F. Heal and R. O'Day (eds.) Church and Society in England: Henry VIII to James I (London, 1977)

D. MacColloch, The Later Reformation in England 1547-1603 (London, 1990)

Marsh, C., Songs of the Seventeenth Century (Belfast, 1994)

B. Reay, Popular Religion in B. Reay (ed.), Popular Culture in Seventeenth Century England (London, 1985)

M. Spufford, Small Books and Pleasant Histories (London, 1981)

K. Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic (Harmondsworth, 1971)

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

R. Whiting, The Blind Devotion of the People: Popular Religion and the English Reformation (Cambridge, 1991)

K. Wrightson, English Society 1580-1680 (London, 1982)

J. Youings, Sixteenth Century England (London, 1984)




ENDNOTES


1.M. Ingram, From Reformation to Toleration: Popular Religious Cultures in England, 1540-1690 in T. Harris (ed.), Popular Culture in England,c. 1500-1850 (London, 1995) p.135.

2. N. Bownde in K. Wrightson, English Society 1580-1680 (London, 1982) p.204.

3. Thomas Hooker in B. Reay, Popular Religion in B. Reay (ed.), Popular Culture in Seventeenth Century England (London, 1985) p.94.

4. I. Green, 'For Children in Yeers and Children in Understanding': The Emergence of the English Catechism under Elizabeth and the Early Stuarts, in Journal of Ecclesiastical History, XXXVIII p.413.

5. Margaret Spufford, Contrasting Communities cited in P. Collinson, The religion of Protestants (Oxford, 1982) p.198.

6. D. MacColloch, The Later Reformation in England 1547-1603 (London, 1990) p.167.

7. A New-Yeeres-gift for the Pope (1625) from the Pepys' collection, cited in Marsh, C., Songs of the Seventeenth Century (Belfast, 1994)

8. Ibid.

9. Isaac Colfe (1588) cited in D. Cressy, Bonfires and Bells: National memort and the Protestant Calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England (London, 1989) p.67.

10. M. Spufford, Small Books and Pleasant Histories (London, 1981) p.21.

11. K. Wrightson, English Society 1580-1680 (London, 1982)p.186.

12. B. Reay, Popular Religion in B. Reay (ed.), Popular Culture in Seventeenth Century England (London, 1985)p.110.

13. R. Whiting, The Blind Devotion of the People: Popular Religion and the English Reformation (Cambridge, 1991) p.196.

14. K. Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic (Harmondsworth, 1971) p.191.

15. A York man (1615) cited in B. Reay. Op. Cit. p.110.

16. John Lockecited in K. Thomas, Op. cit. p.193.

17. E. Reeve, The Christian Divinitie (1631) cited in K. Thomas, Ibid. p.193.

18. D. MacColloch, Op. cit. p.3.

19. P. Heath, The English Parish Clergy on the Eve of the Reformation cited in B. Reay, Op. Cit. p.97

20. K. Wrightson, Op. cit. p.206.

21. Ibid. p.206.

22. Ibid. p.206.

23. P. Collinson, Op.cit p.201.

24. E. Duffy, The Godly and the Multitude in Stuart England, in The Seventeenth Century, 1, (1986)p.31.


ESSAY BY HEATHER SHARNETTE
1996



Page 1

Page 2

Essays





Logo
CONTENTS




Site Sponsors


invisible

Links

Tudors & Stuarts Shakespeare's World

Books

Site Sponsors


invisible

Links

Shop
Buckingham Covers
Buckingham Covers

Quick Links