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Glorious Revolution, 31
Church of, 98“100
Irish opposition to, 100
˜conservative subversives™, 71
in Scotland, 106
indigenous political culture, 68“70, 73
Three-Kingdoms dimensions, 91, 95, 107
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Ireland (contd ) Liberalism
and imperialism, 187, 192“4
Parliament, 40, 72, 76, 78, 80, 100
people, defined, 77 Lockean, 244
Rebellion (1641), 82, 83, 85 Liberty
resistance to English rule, 70“1 competing conceptions, 272“3
resistance theory, 105“6 neo-Roman conception, 271“2
Irony, 152 as non-interference, 203
in Absalom and Achitophel, 151, 156“7 poetic discussions, 170“1, 176“7, 179“80
in Rape of Lucrece, 124 Roman, 121, 123
in The Second Part of the Contention, 135“6 Linguistic turn, 2
Literature
Jack Straw, 139“40 Gaelic, 79“80
Jacob, Hildebrand, 176 and political thought, 15“16, 168, 252“3, 280“2
James II and republicanism, 111, 116
as Duke of York, 92“4, 153 suspension of contradictions, 152
Glorious Revolution, 95, 102 Livy, 112, 118, 119, 120
and Ireland, 100 Lloyd, William, 58“9
and Scotland, 95, 97 Locke, John, 194, 203
James VI and I, 13, 18, 24, 25, 38, 54, 74, 80, 81 agriculturalist argument, 195“6, 205
Jefferson, Thomas, 203 anti-essentialism, 194
Jew of Malta (Marlowe), 129 Letter Concerning Toleration, 198“200
Johnson, Samuel, 171 on property, 195“6, 197“98, 200
Jonson, Ben, 125, 127 on sovereignty, 196, 201
Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, on toleration, 198“200
Two Treatises of Government, 154, 195“6, 241,
241“3
Jurisdiction 244“9
ecclesiastical, 50“1, 54“5, 58, 60, 65 Lombard, Peter, 79
Justice Loyalism, 100“1
theories of, 208“9 Lucan, 124
Lucas, Charles, 231
Kant, Immanuel, 265 Lusty Juventus, 134
Kemp, Will, 142
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King, William, 102, 105“6 Machiavelli, Niccolo, 113, 129
Kingship. 49 Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, Sir George, 59, 61“2,
Scottish, 54 97
Knox, John, 119 Maguire, Connor, 25
Mair, John, 52
Labour, 195, 197 Mallet, David, 250
Language Mankind, 132“3
games, 277 Marlowe, Christopher, 127, 129
horizontal dimension, 6, 152, 160, 161, 166 Marriage
illocutionary force, 165 Anglo-Scottish, 40
political, 11, 166“7, 168, 235“6, 283“4 Cavendish on, 213, 222“4, 225, 226
vertical dimension, 6, 152, 161, 164, 166 Congreve on, 162“3
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Las Casas, Bartolome de, 193 early modern conception, 220“4
Law, 16“18 Marvell, Andrew, 164“6
of nations, 14, 63“4, 100, 193, 205“6 Mary, Queen of Scots, 16, 39, 42, 45, 74, 119
natural, 14, 64, 100, 102, 193, 194, 203, 207, Mary Tudor, 39, 45
Marx, Karl, 207, 260, 261
210, 249, 282
Lecky, W. E. H., 67 Masham, Damaris Cudworth, 18
Leicester, Earl of, 16 Migration
Leslie, Charles, 102, 106“7 English, 44
L™Estrange, Sir Roger, 98 Irish, 44
Letter Concerning Toleration (Locke), 198“200 Scottish, 44
Lhwyd, Humphrey, 52 Mill, J. S., 264
Index 323
Milton, John, 12, 175 Oldham, John, 156
anti-imperialism, 171 O™Mahony, Conor, 86
Minimalism O™Neill, Hugh, 70“1
justificatory, 209“10 Ormond, Duke of, 156, 157
moral, 193, 209 Ormond, Marquis of, 82
Molyneux, William, 60, 76 Ossory, Earl of, 156
Monarchomachs, 113 Oxford Decrees (1683), 64
Monarchy
abolition, 28 Pagden, Anthony, 206, 235“6
dramatic representation, 137 Painter, William, 119
multiple, 14, 41, 44“5, 53, 87, 92 Paratexts, 238, 251“2
poetic discussion, 114“16 Parker, William, 245
Scottish, 28, 51, 59, 97 Parliament
see also Dynasticism; Kingship English, 24, 41, 42, 54, 78, 93, 95“6, 112,
Morality plays, 132“3, 136 227
More, Hannah, 183 Irish, 40, 72, 76, 78, 80, 100
Scottish, 61, 95, 97
Narrative Pateman, Carole, 215
republican, 5, 118, 124“6 Patriarcha (Filmer), 150, 152“3
Nation Patriarchal authority, 220, 223
and empire, 181 Patriarchalism, 150, 152“3, 155, 157, 164
political, 134, 138 Patriarchy, 152“3, 156, 157, 163
Scottish, 54, 60 Patriotism
unit of historical inquiry, 90 feminization of, 182
Natural law, 14, 100, 102, 207, 282 Penn, William, 172, 174, 183
Lockean, 194, 203, 210, 249 Pennsylvania, 172, 178
modern, 64, 193 Perspectivalism, 9, 269
New British History 3“4, 23“9, 34“7, 47“8, 89 Petau, Denis, 57
confederal, 24“5, 26“7, 89 Philosophy
European context, 44“6, 90“1 historiography of, 263
and history of political thought, 12“13, 89“108 Plutarch, 125
incorporative, 24, 25“6, 89 Pocock, J. G. A., 160, 166“7, 168, 276
perfect, 24, 27“8, 89 on ancient constitution, 80, 269
pluralism, 36, 89 and British political thought, 1“2, 38, 44, 47
pontoon-building, 25, 28 on Irish history, 41
pre-history, 30“1 and New British History, 34“7
presentist impulses, 23, 29 on Quentin Skinner, 256“7
trans-national history, 43 on Scottish political thought, 39
New English, 41, 72“3, 77 on texts as events, 236“7
New Historicism, 2, 15, 235 Poetry
New Zealand, 35, 183 and empire, 170
Nicole, Pierre, 196 as ethical activity, 171
Nicolson, William, 62“3 and irony, 154“8
Nine Years War, 28 and liberty, 170
Nisbet, Alexander, 61 and political thought, 168“9
Non-resistance, 98“9, 103 Politeness, 18
Numismatics, 49, 54, 61, 66 Political Aphorisms, 241“2
Political theory
Oakeshott, Michael, 258“9, 260 defined, 254
O™Flaherty, Roderic, 59 and history of political thought, 19, 202,
Ogilvie, John, 176“7 254“61, 275“6
Oglethorpe, James, 177“9 Political thought
Old English British, 13, 37“8, 47“8, 91, 107, 191
community, 68, 70, 74“5, 78 British history of, 89, 279
political thought, 71“2, 73, 74, 79 canonical approach, 11“12, 255“6, 267“8, 283
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Political thought (contd ) English, 38
in Ireland, 69, 76
diachronic dimension, 6, 18, 258
English, 13, 90“1 Scottish, 38, 39, 55“6
feminist approaches, 17“18, 212“17 Republicanism
feudal origins, 49“50 against empire, 125“6
geographical boundaries, 12 institutional definition, 112
globalization, 3, 191 as literary phenomenon, 112, 117, 127“8
history of, defined, 1“2, 10“12, 65“6 non-existence, 117
and history of the book, 235, 238“9 non-monarchical, 117
as history of language, 166“7, 168, 235“6, Resistance theory, 102, 104“6, 119, 239“40
Rhetoric, 123, 131, 136
283“4
Ridpath, George, 59“60
Irish, 13“14, 40“2, 67“88
Rights
non-verbal, 16
citizen™s, 202“3
and poetry, 168“70
as enforceable claims, 210
and political theory, 19, 202, 254“61, 275“6
human, 206“8
Scottish, 13, 39“40, 97“8
individual, 191“3
Shakespeare™s, 129
of man, 206
synchronic dimension, 6, 18, 258
relation to persons, 204
Three-Kingdoms approach, 90, 107“8
and state-formation, 191“2, 202“3
Pollock, Sir Frederick, 244
subjective, 191“2
Presbyterianism
Rome
English, 93
imperial, 116, 124“6, 146“9, 171, 178
and resistance theory, 98
republican, 112, 113, 115, 119
Scottish, 28, 55“9, 64“5, 92, 106“7
Rothe, David, 41
Price, Richard, 181
Royalism
Print culture, 10, 15, 32, 82, 96, 238“9
Irish Catholic, 84
Prior, Matthew, 170
Ruffhead, Owen, 175
Property
Rymer, Thomas, 59
agriculturalist argument, 195“7
Locke on, 195“6, 197“8, 200
Sabine, George, 263“4
natural right, 186
Sacheverell, Henry, 65
Protectorate, Cromwellian, 24
Saumaise, Claude de, 57
Protestantism
Scotland
confessional division, 53
church in, 50“1, 56“7
English, 104
independence, 28, 40, 59“60, 62, 64, 65
episcopalianism, 98
monarchy, 28, 51, 59, 97
Irish, 14, 70, 71, 72“3, 80“3, 85, 87, 99, 100,
Parliament, 61, 95, 97
105“6
political thought, 13, 39“40, 97“8
missionary efforts, 72
sovereignty, 52
resistance theory, 119
see also Episcopalianism; Presbyterianism
Scottish, 58
Selden, John, 57“8
see also Episcopalianism; Presbyterianism;
Separate spheres, 216“17
Reformation
Seward, Anna, 181“2
Prynne, William, 54“5, 240“1
Shaftesbury, 1st Earl of, 92, 157
Public/private distinction, 199, 213“18
Shakespeare, William
Cavendish™s conception, 219“34
Antony and Cleopatra, 126
ideological, 218
Coriolanus, 127, 130
separate spheres, 216“17
dramaturgy, 132“4, 136
The First Part of the Contention (2 Henry VI ),
Quakerism, 18
133“8, 140“1
Hamlet, 126
Rape of Lucrece (Shakespeare), 119, 120“4, 126
Henry V, 130
Rawls, John, 209, 262, 272
history plays, 134, 143“4
Reformation
Index 325
Julius Caesar, 126, 130 Texts
King Lear, 130, 133 as events, 236“7
Macbeth, 130 Thomason, George, 15
politics, 130, 132 tracts, 82
Rape of Lucrece, 119“24, 126 Tory
Richard II, 130, 131 Irish meaning of term, 101
The Tempest, 172, 174 origin of term, 94
Titus Andronicus, 127, 131 political thought, 97
The Winter™s Tale, 130 Treaty of Falaise (1174), 50
Sherlock, William, 104, 106 Treaty of London (1604), 74
Short Apologie for Christian souldiours, 240 Treaty of Union (1707), 63“4
Sidgwick, Henry, 263 Treaty relations
Sidney, Algernon, 112, 113, 247 Anglo-Scottish, 50, 63“4
Sidney, Sir Philip, 41, 113, 127, 158 indigenous peoples, 195, 205
Sierra Leone, 185 Trevelyan, G. M., 34
Skinner, Quentin, 202, 239 Tuck, Richard, 273“6
methodology, 256“7, 270“2, 275“6 Tudor, Mary, 39, 45
on speech-acts, 165 Tully, James, 202
Slavery Two Treatises of Government (Locke), 154, 195“6,
marital, 224 241, 244“9
natural, 204 Tyler, Wat, 139
opposition to, 178, 181, 183“4, 187
political, 92 Ulster, 75, 81
Smith, Adam, 205 Britishness, 87
Social sciences Protestants, 81
hermeneutic approaches, 2 Scottish presence, 87
Southey, Robert, 170, 185 Union
Sovereignty, 65, 66, 192 Anglo-Scottish (1603), 24, 30, 40, 42, 53,
English, 55 54
female, 17“18 Anglo-Scottish (1707), 24, 36, 59, 63“4
of indigenous peoples, 195, 200, 203 Anglo-Welsh (1536À43), 24, 42
pan-Britannic, 51, 52“3, 64 United Nations, 208
Scottish, 52, 53 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948),
Speech-act theory, 11, 165, 284 206
Bakhtinian, 238“9 Utilitarianism, 262, 264
Spenser, Edmund, 175
View of the Present State of Ireland, 41, 72“3, Vattel, Emer de, 192
View of the Present State of Ireland (Spenser), 41,
75, 83
Spirit of John Locke, 246“8 72“3, 75, 83
Stadial theory, 196, 205 Vindication of Natural Society (Burke), 249“52
Stanihurst, Richard, 41 Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos, 113, 119, 239“43, 284
State-formation, 37, 42“3, 44“6, 47“8 Virgil, 156, 171, 173“6
State-system, 14 Vitoria , Francisco de, 193
Stillingfleet, Edward, 58“9 Vox Populi, Vox Dei, 241, 242
Suetonius, 125

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