Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History
This is a series of monographs and studies covering many aspects of the history of the British Isles between the late fifteenth century and the early eighteenth century. It includes the work of established scholars and pioneering work by a new generation of scholars. It includes both reviews and revisions of major topics and books which open up new historical terrain or which reveal startling new perspectives on familiar subjects. All the volumes set detailed research within broader perspectives, and the books are intended for the use of students as well as of their teachers.
General Editors: Michael Braddick, University of Sheffield; Krista Kesselring, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia; Alexandra Walsham, University of Cambridge
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