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Chapter 2‘A dog, a butcher, and a puritan’: the politics of Lent in early modern England 1
Chapter 3The Lord Admiral, the Parliament-men and the narrow seas, 1625–27 1
Chapter 4Space, place and Laudianism in early Stuart Ipswich
Chapter 5‘Written according to my usual way’: political communication and the rise of the agent in seventeenth-century England
Chapter 6Diligent enquiries and perfect accounts: central initiatives and local agency in the English civil war
Chapter 7Provincial ‘Levellers’ and the coming of the regicide in the southwest
Chapter 8Sovereignty by the book: English corporations, Atlantic plantations and literate order, 1557–1650 1
Chapter 9Local expertise in hostile territory: state building in Cromwellian Ireland
Chapter 10News and the personal letter, or the news education of Theophilus Hastings, 7th Earl of Huntingdon, 1660–71
Chapter 11The news out of Newgate after the 1715 Jacobite rebellion
- Connecting centre and locality
- Chris R. Kyle, Jason Peacey
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