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Politics and Religion of the Cornish Gentry before The Civil War
The history of Cornwall in the first half of the seventeenth century is both dramatic and turbulent. In Faction and Faith, Anne Duffin draws upon extensive new source material, combining national documents and local family collections with a detailed analysis of churchwardens' accounts, borough records and over 350 wills. She challenges the established view that Cornwall was naturally royalist and presents a picture of a politically-aware and religiously-splintered society.
Makes use of extensive new source material from national and local records First major publication since 1933 on Cornwall in this period Challenges the established view of Cornish society in the early seventeenth century Market: Scholars of early seventeenth century history. Academic and local libraries. Postgraduate and undergraduate students of history. All those with an interest in Cornish and Civil War history.
The inside of the book in in very good condition, a couple of pages do have notes in the margins, however these are in pencil so can be erased. The book is hardback with a glossy dust jacket, the outside of the hardback is not in the best condition, see photo.
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