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Author Lake, Peter, author.

Title All hail to the Archpriest : confessional conflict, toleration, and the politics of publicity in post-reformation England / Peter Lake and Michael Questier
Edition First edition
Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 312 pages)
Contents Cover; All Hail to the Archpriest: Confessional Conflict, Toleration, and the Politics of Publicity in Post-Reformation England; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Abbreviations; Note on the Text; Dramatis Personae; Timeline; Introduction; PART I: LATE ELIZABETHAN CATHOLICISM AND ITS DISCONTENTS; 1: The Death of Cardinal Allen and the Wisbech Stirs: The Emergence of a Conspiracy Theory; 2: After Wisbech: The Attempt to Secure Order in the English Catholic Community; 3: Troubles in Rome
11: Politics and Religion Rightly Understood and Ordered12: Temporal and Spiritual, Pope and Prince, the Right Way Up; 13: Episcopacy and the Government of the Church; 14: Both Catholic and English-the Enemies of the Society of Jesus and the Pursuit of Toleration; 15: The Appellant Agitation and the Kingdom of France; 16: Rival Understandings of Civil Peace, Toleration, and the Politics of Religious Identity; 17: (Hostile) Reception and Response; Epilogue; I. KING JAMES AND THE APPELLANTS; II. THE END OF THE AFFAIR: THE BYE PLOT; Conclusion; Index
4: The Archpriest Cometh: The Appointment of George Blackwell and the Launching of the First Appeal5: The New Appeal; PART II: THE ARCHPRIEST CONTROVERSY AND LATE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY POLITICAL CULTURE; 6: Libel, History, and Polemic, or the Rights and Wrongs of Publicity in the Archpriest Controversy; I. PRINT AND PUBLICITY; II. HISTORY: THE APPELLANT VERSION; III. HISTORY, JESUIT STYLE; 7: Libel, Sin, and Virtue; 8: The Archpriest Controversy and the Dynamics of the Post-Reformation Public Sphere; 9: Jesuit Popularity in Practice and Theory; I. PRACTICE; II. THEORY; 10: A Rebel's Charter
Summary All Hail to the Archpriest is a study of public politics and polemical dispute in late Elizabethan England. It focuses on the debate among Catholic clergy about the appropriate mode of ecclesiastical government to be exercised over them, which allowed them to make a series of interventions in very major political issues of the day
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from web page (Oxford Scholarship Online, viewed on June 03, 2020)
Subject Catholic Church -- England -- Government -- History -- 16th century.
Catholic Church -- England -- Government -- History -- 17th century.
Jesuits -- England -- History -- 16th century.
Jesuits -- England -- History -- 17th century.
Catholic Church.
Archpriest controversy, 1598-1602.
Church and state -- Catholic Church -- History -- 16th century
Church and state -- Catholic Church -- History -- 17th century
Church and state -- England -- History -- 16th century.
Church and state -- England -- History -- 17th century
Church and state -- Catholic Church.
Church and state.
Political science.
Politics and government.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1558-1603.
Great Britain.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Questier, Michael C., author.
ISBN 0191875929