By Barry Coward
Masking the interval from the accession of James I to the loss of life of Queen Anne, this better half presents a magisterial evaluation of the ‘long' 17th century in British heritage. includes unique contributions by means of prime students of the interval supplies a magisterial evaluation of the ‘long' 17th century presents a severe connection with old debates approximately Stuart Britain bargains new insights into the main political, non secular and monetary adjustments that happened in this interval contains bibliographical assistance for college kids and students
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The accompanying topographical sections were prepared primarily by Sir Robert Gordon of Stralloch,an Aberdeenshire laird firmly wedded to the Graeco-Egyptian origins of the Scots,to the antiquity of the Scottish kingdom and to the emphatic rebuttal of Camden (Goss 1990: 8 4 - 5 ) . Neither Blaeu nor his contributors to the volumes for all three kingdoms had ready access to the one work of Renaissance scholarship that served as a corrective to both the antiquarian pretensions of the Scots and the hegemonic claims of the anglocentric Britons.
Overt English interference post-Revolution that had damaged the wool trade,asserted the jurisdictional superiority ofthe Lords at Westminster and threatened the redistribution of forfeited Jacobite estates,had provoked William Molyneux's The Case of Ireland in 1698. His assertion that Ireland was as separate and distinct a kingdom as Scotland from England,instigated a polemical debate which initially differentiated the independence of Scotland from that of Ireland,but then challenged the sovereignty of Scotland in relation to England as an imperial monarchy.
The Scottish Catholic recusant James Hamilton,1st earl of Abercorn,took his Irish title as viscount Strabane from his plantation in West Ulster. Their participation in the showpiece endeavour of frontier policy suggests the inclusion as much as the marginalization of Ireland in the Stuart empire (Canny 1991: 3 5 - 6 6 ) . The essence of frontier policy within Scottish,as Irish,Gaeldom was not to promote expropriation but primarily to expedite the pace at which the clan elite on the western seaboard would become assimilated into Scottish landed society.
A Companion to Stuart Britain (Blackwell Companions to British History) by Barry Coward