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The world of William and Mary : Anglo-Dutch perspectives on the Revolution of 1688-89 /
edited by Dale Hoak and Mordechai Feingold.
imprint
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1996.
description
xv, 339 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0804724067 (acid-free paper)
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imprint
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1996.
isbn
0804724067 (acid-free paper)
catalogue key
1721041
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Contributors
The Anglo-Dutch Revolution of 1688-89p. 1
Some Consequences of the Glorious Revolutionp. 29
The Bill of Rights, 1689, Revisitedp. 42
Defending the Revolution: The Economics, Logistics, and Finance of England's War Effort, 1688-1712p. 59
England, the Dutch, and the Struggle for Mastery of World Trade in the Age of the Glorious Revolution (1682-1702)p. 75
Standing Army and Public Credit: The Institutions of Leviathanp. 87
Sovereignty and the Succession in 1688-89p. 104
1688 Remembered: The Glorious Revolution and the American Constitutionp. 118
Providence, Liberty, and Prosperity: An Aspect of English Thought in the Era of the Glorious Revolutionp. 135
"Antichrist Stormed": The Glorious Revolution and the Dutch Prophetic Traditionp. 152
The Act of Toleration and the Failure of Comprehension: Persecution, Nonconformity, and Religious Indifferencep. 165
Anglo-Dutch Garden Art: Style and Ideap. 188
The Emancipation of the Dutch Elites from the Magic Universep. 201
Dutch Culture in the Age of William and Mary: Cosmopolitan or Provincial?p. 219
Reversal of Fortunes: The Displacement of Cultural Hegemony from the Netherlands to England in the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuriesp. 234
Notesp. 265
Indexp. 323
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