St. Andrews studies in Reformation history.
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The two republics : conflicting views of participatory local government in early Tudor England / Ethan H. Shagan Sir William Cecil, Sir Thomas Smith, and the monarchical republic of Tudor England / Dale Hoak Common consent, Latinitas, and the 'monarchical republic' in mid-Tudor humanism / John F. McDiarmid The political creed of William Cecil / Stephen Alford 'Let none such office take, save he that can for right his prince forsake' : A mirror for magistrates, resistance theory and the Elizabethan Monarchical Republic / Scott Lucas Rhetoric and citizenship in the monarchical republic of Queen Elizabeth I / Markku Peltonen 'The monarchical republic of Queen Elizabeth I' (and the fall of Archbishop Grindal) revisited / Peter Lake The political significance of the first tetralogy / Andrew Hadfield Challenging the monarchical republic : James I's articulation of kingship / Anne McLaren Reading for magistracy : the mental world of Sir John Newdigate / Richard Cust English and Roman liberty in the monarchical republic of early Stuart England / Johann P. Sommerville American corruption / Andrew Fitzmaurice The monarchical republic enthroned / Quentin Skinner.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -288) and index.