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The Stuart courts /
edited by Eveline Cruickshanks ; foreword by David Starkey.
Stroud : Sutton, 2000.
xv, 288 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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Stroud : Sutton, 2000.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [280]-283) and index.
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Table of Contents
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Introductionp. 1
From Edinburgh to London: Scottish Court Writing and 1603p. 13
Hercule Gaulois, Great Britain's Solomon - Myths of Persuasion, Styles of Authorityp. 29
Courtly Play: The Politics of Chapman's The Memorable Masquep. 43
Reinventing a Monarchy: The Changing Structure and Political Function of the Stuart Court, 1603-88p. 59
The Household Out of Doors: The Stuart Court and the Animal Kingdomp. 86
Taste and Connoisseurship at the Court of Charles I: Inigo Jones and the Work of Giulio Romanop. 118
'The Most Conspicuous Solemnity': The Coronation of Charles IIp. 141
Charles II's Failed Restoration : Administrative Reform Below Stairs, 1660-4p. 158
The Mistresses of Charles II and Restoration Court Politicsp. 171
Patronage at the Court of Charles IIp. 191
Access and Petitioning During the Reign of Charles IIp. 203
A Country Seat Fit for a King: Charles II, Greenwich and Winchesterp. 214
The Jacobite Court at Saint-Germain-en-Laye: Etiquette and the Use of the Royal Apartmentsp. 240
The Viceregal Court in Later Seventeenth-Century Irelandp. 256
'From Thames to Tweed Departed': The Court of James, Duke of York in Scotland 1679-82p. 266
Bibliographyp. 280
Indexp. 284
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