Volume 32, Number 3 (2015)

32.3 Cover



Front Matter

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Contents Page

v




Articles

Religion, Memory, and Civil War in the British Isles

Dolly MacKinnon, Alexandra Walsham, Amanda Whiting

1-15

Holy Violence and the English Civil War

Donald E. Kennedy

17-42

'Charles Stuart, that man of blood'

Patricia Crawford

43-63

Phanaticus: Hugh Peter, Antipuritanism and the Afterlife of the English Revolution

Alexandra Walsham

65-97

Surviving the Cavalier Winter: The Experience of Richard and Ann Fanshawe

Geoffrey Smith

99-121

Richly Blessed or Sorely Tested?: Religious Belief and Association in Early Stuart England: The Case of James Whitelocke

Damian Powell

123-149

Sir Dudley Carleton and Sir Thomas Roe: English Servants of the Queen of Bohemia and the Protestant International during the Thirty Years War

John Reeve

151-181

Blackstone as Historian

Wilfrid Prest

183-203

'Correcting an Error in history': Battlefield Memorials at Marston Moor and Naseby 1771-1939

Dolly MacKinnon

205-235