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  Number 6, 1988

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 1-4
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From Premise to Conclusion: Some Comments on Professional History and the Incubus of Rhetorical Historiography

pp. 5-18
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Historians, Women and the Civil War Sects, 1640 - 1660

pp. 19-32
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The Reformation in Microcosm?: Benchers at the Inns of Court, 1530-1580

pp. 33-61
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Chaucer, More, and English Humanism

pp. 63-75
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George Cavendish: an Early Tudor Political Commentator?

pp. 77-87
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The Mediator: a Link between National and Provincial Society in Seventeenth-Century England

pp. 89-102
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Edmund de la Pole and the Spies, 1499-1506: Some Revisions

pp. 103-120
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Court Patronage, County Governors and the Early Stuart Parliaments

pp. 121-135
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Northumberland, Queen Jane and the Financing of the 1553 Coup

pp. 137-148
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Some Early Reactions to the Three Voyages of Martin Frobisher: the Conflict between Humanists and Protestants

pp. 149-161
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Politics and Profession in Early Stuart England: the Diary of Sir Richard Hutton

pp. 163-177
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Crime, Criminals and Catchers: Worcestershire Assize Cases in the 1630s and the 1650s

pp. 179-195
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Humanism and Dialogue

pp. 197-214
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'Points of Contact': Court Favourites and County Faction in Elizabethan England

pp. 215-226
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