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049 _aTEXA
100 1 _aJameson, Storm,
_d1891-1986.
245 1 4 _aThe decline of merry England,
_cby Storm Jameson ...
260 _aLondon [etc.]
_bCassell and Co.
_c[1930]
300 _a295, [1] p.
_c23 cm.
500 _a"In this essay on Puritanism, I have not attempted a consecutive history ... My object has been to show that during the second half of the sixteenth and the first half of the seventeenth centuries, the government of England had always before it an ideal, which, however badly it may have been fulfilled, was at least truer and nobler than that which superseded it with the advent of the middle classes as a result of the civil war."--Pref.
504 _a"Table of references": p. 276-282.
650 0 _aPuritans.
651 0 _aGreat Britain
_xHistory
_yTudors, 1485-1603.
651 0 _aGreat Britain
_xHistory
_yStuarts, 1603-1714.
650 0 _aChurch and state in Great Britain.
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