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.
Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth, 1558-1603.
Great Britain.
Puritans -- England -- History -- 16th century.
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
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Pearson, A. F. Scott 1886-1952.
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