Elizabethan government and society; essays presented to Sir John Neale, edited by S.T. Bindoff, J. Hurstfield [and] C.H. Williams.
- [London] University of London, Athlone Press, 1961.
x, 423 p. illus., ports., facsims. 23 cm.
- Neale, John Ernest, Sir, 1890-
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1558-1603.
Great Britain -- Economic conditions.
- In search of the Queen, by C.H. Williams.
William Cecil and Elizabethan public relations, by C. Read.
The making of the statute of artificers, by S.T. Bindoff.
Place and patronage in Elizabethan politics, by W.T. MacCaffery.
John Field and Elizabethan Puritanism, by P. Collinson.
The Elizabethan merchants of Exeter, by W.G. Hoskins.
Touching the Writ of Latitat: an act 'of no great moment', by M. Blatcher.
The Elizabethan Exchequer: war in the receipt, by G.R. Elton.
Mr. Myddleton, the merchant of Tower Street, by A.H. Dodd.
Foundations of Anglo-Scottish union, by G. Donaldson.
Ireland, Elizabeth I and the Counter-Reformation, by R. Dudley Edwards.
Elizabethan war aims and strategy, by R.B. Wernham.
The succession struggle in late Elizabethan England, by J. Hurstfield.
- "The historical writings of Sir John Neale": p. 397-402.
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