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Index




Absalom and Achitophel (Dryden), 150“7 Beacon, Richard, 41
Earl of Shaftesbury, 157 Beare, Philip O™Sullivan, 41, 79
elegy for Ossory, 155“7 Bedford, Lucy, Countess of, 158“9
and Exclusion Crisis, 153 Benevolence, 173
irony, 156“8 and liberty, 180“5
metaphor, 150“2 Oglethorpe, 177
paternal authority, 152“4 Pope on, 175“6
patriarchalism, 150, 157 Berlin, Isaiah, 270
Act of Recognition, Irish (1689), 100 Blackmore, Richard, 175
Act of Settlement, English (1701), 60 Bodin, Jean, 90
Act of Uniformity, English (1662), 99 Body politic, 149“51
Act of Uniformity, Irish (1666), 99 Bolingbroke, Henry St John, Viscount, 250
Act of Union (1707), 36, 63 Book history, 235
Aeneid (Virgil), 156 Bower, Walter, 51“2
colonization in, 176 Brady, Robert, 63
Dryden™s translation, 173“5 Brett, Annabel, 202“3
Akenside, Mark, 180 Britain
Allegiance controversy (1689), 103 matter of, 48“52, 69, 77
American Revolution, 10, 181 British empire
Anderson, James, 61 poetic conception, 168“87
Andrews, Steven Pearl, 252 Brut, 49, 51
Anglicization, 36 Brutus, 30, 51, 52, 175“7
Annals (Tacitus), 146“9 Brutus (Pope), 175“7
Arbroath, Declaration of (1320), 51 Brutus, Lucius Junius, 118“119, 120
Arendt, Hannah, 19, 204, 260 Brutus, Stephanus Junius, 119, 239
Aristotle, 125, 204, 265, 266 Buchanan, David, 56
Astell, Mary, 18 Buchanan, George, 52, 56, 90, 113, 121“2, 123
Athelstan, 49 Burke, Edmund, 179, 181, 246, 247, 250
Atwood, William, 60 Reflections on the Revolution in France, 243
Australia, 183, 186, 197 Vindication of Natural Society, 249“52
Authority Burnet, Gilbert, 91, 96, 102, 104
paternal, 152“4 Burnet, Thomas, 97
patriarchal, 220
relation to rights, 191 Caesar, Julius, 112, 115, 116, 124“5, 126
Ayscough, Edward, 30 Caesar, Octavius, 124, 126
Calderwood, David, 56, 64
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 237“9 Calvinist theory of revolution, 239
Bale, John, 130 ˜Cambridge School™, 10, 15, 257, 263
Balliol, John, 51 see also Contextualism; Pocock, J. G. A.;
Banks, Joseph, 182 Skinner, Quentin; Tuck, Richard
Baxter, Richard, 58 Canaries, James, 102“3, 104

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Cape Colony, 186 Cowper, William, 173, 184
Cassius Dio, 125 Craig, Thomas, 53
Catholic political thought, 83“4 Cromwell, Oliver, 80, 165
Cavendish, Margaret, 213“14, 219“34 Culdees, 55, 56, 58“9
authorship, 233 Custom, 80
Civil War, 227, 231“2
contemplative life, 229 Dalriada, 56
Convent of Pleasure, 213, 220“2, 230 Dalrymple, James, 60
critique of power relations, 225“6 Danby, Earl of, 104
Life of ... William Cavendish, 219“20 Daniel, Samuel, 127
on marriage, 220“3 Darcy, Patrick, 75, 76, 78
on motherhood, 224“5 Darwin, Erasmus, 181
Orations of Divers Sorts, 219 Davenant, Charles, 172
on private sphere, 219, 227“30, 233“4 Davenant, Sir William, 174
Sociable Letters, 221, 232“3 Davidson, Donald, 272“3
True Relation, 230 Davies, Sir John, 77, 80, 82
Cavendish, William, 219, 223 Declaration of Independence, American (1776),
Cecil, William, 27 203
Chapman, George, 127 Declaration of Indulgence, Scottish (1687), 95,
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 118 96
Churchill, Charles, 171 Degeneration, 73
Cicero, 112, 125, 127, 171 Derrida, Jacques, 165
Civil Polity, 245“6 Dio Cassius, 125
Civil War, English, 12, 117, 231“2 Divine right, 101, 122
Clapham, John, 30 Donne, John, 158“60
Clarkson, John, 185 Drake, James, 61
Claudian, 62 Drama
Coke, Sir Edward, 80 and politics, 132
Collins, William, 180 and republicanism, 113“14
Colonies staging, 130“1
as utopian spaces, 173 Drayton, Michael, 127
Colonization, 172 Dryden, John
Common law, 17 Absalom and Achitophel, 150“7
and custom, 80 on colonization, 173“5
Commonwealth on satire, 150
English, 25, 28 translation of Tacitus, 147“9
participation, 143, 219, 232 The Tempest, 174
tradition, 112, 117 translation of Virgil, 173“5
Complaint, female, 120 Duchess of Malfi (Webster), 119
Confederacy, Catholic, 82, 85“6 Dudley, Robert, 16
Congreve, William Dunciad (Pope), 177
Way of the World, 161“4 Dyer, John, 180
Conquest Dynasticism, 45“6
opposition to, 171“2
right of, 80, 245 East India Company, 181, 184
Constitutionalism, 28 Eliot, George, 252
ancient, 63, 244 Elrington, Thomas, 248
mixed, 114 Elshtain, Jean, 214
and resistance theory, 103 Empire, 168“9, 170, 193“4, 211
Contextualism, 10, 257, 258“9, 264“5, 268“9 opposition to, 125“6, 171
Conway, Anne, 18 Episcopalianism, Scottish
Convent of Pleasure (Cavendish), 213, 220“2, 230 ecclesiology, 98
Cook, James, 181“4 historiography, 60
Counsel, 113, 114, 123, 138 political theory, 102“4
Covenanters, 24, 83, 93 Equiano, Olaudah, 184“5
Index 321
Essex, Earl of, 113 Godly rule, 72
Europe Godwin, William, 251
and British political thought, 14, 45“6 Goldsmith, Oliver, 171
definitions of, 15 Grainger, James, 180
and Ireland, 67, 88 Greville, Fulke, 113“16, 127
and New British History, 43 Treatise of Monarchy, 114“16
Eustace, James, 70 Grey, Lady Jane, 45
Eutychius, 57 Grote, George, 265
Excise Act, Scottish (1685), 97 Grotius, Hugo, 14, 64, 192, 193, 201
Exclusion Crisis
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and Filmer™s Patriarcha, 153 Habermas, Jurgen, 260
Three-Kingdoms dimensions, 91“5 Habsburgs, Austrian, 46
Hanisch, Carol, 214
Feminist theory Harrington, James, 13, 83, 112“13, 178
public/private distinction, 214“15, 218 Henry II, 50
Second Wave, 214, 218“19 Henry VIII, 45
social contract, 215 Heraldry, 61“2
Fergus MacFerquhard, 51 Heylyn, Peter, 54
Ferguson, Robert, 96, 102 Historiography
Feudalism Episcopalian, 60
Anglo-Scottish relations, 42, 45, 51, 52, of the human heart, 167
Irish, 67“8, 76“8
59“61, 62“3
Presbyterian, 55“8
law, 53, 64
separatist, 33
Filmer, Sir Robert, 150, 153, 199, 246
Whig, 31, 47
First Part of the Contention (Shakespeare), 133“8,
Historiosophy, 276
140“1
History of England (Hume), 30“1
Flecknoe, Richard, 228“9
History of the Irish Rebellion (Temple), 82“3
Foras Feasa ar Eirinn (Keating), 76“7
Hobbes, Thomas, 260, 264
Fordun, John of, 51“2
on gender roles, 224“5
French Revolution, 243, 248
Leviathan, 12, 158, 264
Frontier
Holinshed, Raphael, 30, 41, 52“3
Anglo-Celtic, 35
Holyoake, George Jacob, 251
Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, 198
Horatian Ode upon Cromwell™s Return from
Ireland (Marvell), 164“5
Gaelic
Humanitarianism, 185
culture, 41, 69
Hume, David
Irish, 69
as British historian, 30“1
language, 13
literature, 79“80
Idealism, Philosophical, 259“60
lords, 73“4, 75
Ignatieff, Michael, 211
Garcilaso de la Vega, 199
Improvement, 197
Genre, 11“2, 15, 131, 146, 235, 253
Indigenous peoples
Geoffrey of Monmouth, 30, 49, 51, 52, 69, 72,
natural rights, 193
76, 175“6
right of possession, 182, 195, 200, 201
Georgia, 172, 177“80
sovereignty, 196, 200
Georgic poetry, 170, 180
treaty-relations, 196
Gerald of Wales, 41, 68, 69, 72
Inherent Evils of All State Governments Demon-
Gibbon, Edward, 166
strated, 251
Globalization
Ireland
and commerce, 184
and British political thought, 4, 40“2, 86“7
of history of political thought, 3, 191
Catholic conception of, 76“7, 86

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