- Title Pages
- Introduction Locating John Toland
- 1 ‘The traffic of books’: libraries, friends and conversation
- 2 Publishing reason: John Toland and print and scribal communities
- 3 Reading Scripture: the reception of <i>Christianity not mysterious</i>, 1696–1702
- 4 Editing the republic: Milton, Harrington and the Williamite monarchy, 1698–1714
- 5 <i>Anglia libera</i>: Protestant liberties and the Hanoverian succession, 1700–14
- 6 <i>Sapere aude</i>: ‘commonwealth’ politics under George I, 1714–22
- 7 Respublica mosaica: imposters, legislators and civil religion
- 8 <i>De studio theologia</i>: patristic erudition and the attack on Scripture
- 9 ‘A complete history of priestcraft’: The Druids and the origins of ancient virtue
- Conclusion Writing enlightenment
- Select <i>Tolandiana</i>
- Republican Learning
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