Thomas Cartwright and Elizabethan puritanism, 1535-1603, by A.F. Scott Pearson.


Gloucester, Mass., P. Smith, 1966.

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Subjects Cartwright, Thomas, 1535-1603.
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603 -- Relations with Puritans.
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603.
England.
Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth, 1558-1603.
Great Britain.
Puritans -- England -- History -- 16th century.
Puritans.
Relations with Puritans.
Description xvi, 511 pages portrait 21 cm
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes Originally published in 1925.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. Cartwright's academic career : Cartwright's early years ; student at Cambridge ; at Clare Hall ; at St. John's ; Exilic Puritanism ; Cartwright leaves the University in Mary's reign ; his return to St. John's ; Fellow of Trinity ; his oration before Elizabeth in 1564 ; the vestiarian controversy ; Cartwright a Chaplain in Ireland ; return to Cambridge ; friend of Chevalier and Drusius ; appointed Lady Margaret Divinity Professor in Cambridge ; his lectures give rise to controversy ; new university statutes promulgated ; Cartwright deprived of his chair ; withdraws to Geneva ; his labours there as colleague of Beza ; sojourn in Rouen ; return to England in 1572 -- II. The advance of Puritanism : The Admonition of 1572 ; Cartwright loses his fellowship ; Whitgift's Answer to the Admonition ; the Puritan ring-leaders ; the Second Admonition ; the presbytery of Wandsworth ; the secret Puritan press ; Cartwright's Reply to Whitgift ; the literary duel between Cartwright and Whitgift ; the episcopal campaign against the Puritans in 1573 ; correspondence with continental divines ; the Puritan press unearthed ; John Stroud, the Puritan printer ; Edward Dering silenced ; Cartwright and Michael Hicks ; warrant for Cartwright's arrest -- III. Puritanism fro 1574 to 1577 : Puritanism in 1574 ; the Nedeham conspiracy ; Whitgift's Defence of the answer ; Cartwright at Heidelberg and Basel ; the production of Puritan books on the continent ; the Explicatio of 1574 ; A Brieff Discours ; Cartwright's second reply, 1575 ; The rest of the second reply, 1577 ; Cartwright's correspondence with the Puritans in England ; the exercises ; Presbyterianism in the Channel Islands
IV. Cartwright in the Netherlands : Cartwright migrates from Basel to the Netherlands ; factor at Middelburg ; the English church at Antwerp ; Travers appointed its minister ; the Puritan interests at Davison, Killigrew, Tomson, et cetera ; the marriage of Cartwright ; he succeeds Travers at Antwerp ; Spenser's allusion to Cartwright in the Shepheardes Calender ; Cartwright called to Leyden and St. Andrews ; his removal to Zealand ; his confutation of the Rhemish New Testament ; his dealings with the Brownists in Zealand ; his return to England -- V. Progress and downfall : Progress of Puritanism from 1577 onwards ; the Conference movement ; Whitgift's articles ; Puritan consolidation ; the influence of the Scottish exiles ; the Puritan appeal to Parliament ; the Puritan book of discipline ; the heyday and fall of the Puritan meetings ; the Marprelate Tracts ; the death of Field and Leicester ; the suppression of the Puritan movement ; Puritan literature ; Cartwright and Marprelate -- VI. From Warwick to the fleet : Cartwright in Warwick ; Master of the Leicester Hospital ; his Warwickshire associations ; death of his brother-in-law, John Stubbe ; correspondence with Mrs. Stubbe ; effect of Leicester's death ; Cartwright's trial by the High Commission ; imprisoned in the Fleet ; the Copinger-Hacket conspiracy ; Cartwright's correspondence with Bancroft ; his trial in the Star Chamber ; the Church of Scotland and the Puritans ; the intervention of King James ; Cartwright's correspondence with Burghley, Lady Russell, et cetera ; petitions of the Puritan prisoners ; their release in 1592 -- VII. The last decade, 1593 to 1603 : Puritan literature ; writings of Sutcliffe, Bancroft, and Hooker ; Cartwright's residence in Guernsey (1595-1601) ; his labours among the Presbyterians of the Channel Islands ; his return to Warwick ; his closing years ; appreciation of his character, teaching, writings, and influence ; his career illustrative of the history of Elizabethan Puritanism.
Genre History.
Geographic Area England
Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)387441
(OCoLC)ocm00387441
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Pearson, A. F. Scott 1886-1952.
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