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The Making of the Jacobean Regime: James VI and I and the Government of England, 1603-1605 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History New Series) ebook

by Diana Newton


The early years of the reign of James VI and I have been much examined, but this book takes a new approach, via an overall survey rather than focussing on what are traditionally perceived as the most important moments, such as the Hampton Court Conference and the Gunpowder Plot.

The early years of the reign of James VI and I have been much examined, but this book takes a new approach, via an overall survey rather than focussing on what are traditionally perceived as the most important moments, such as the Hampton Court Conference and the Gunpowder Plot.

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Recommend this journal. Journal of British Studies. University of the South. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 21 December 2012.

Newton's book illuminates the making of the Jacobean religious settlement much more than the Jacobean political regime. Her work complements the work of Kenneth Fincham which established that James has to be taken seriously as a patron and leader of the Church. And she vastly expands on the early attention given to the Northamptonshire petition by Brian Quintrell. Newton skillfully analyzes the events leading up to and surrounding the petition. James's open friendliness toward Catholics, his disinclination to persecute them, and his pursuit of peace with Spain encouraged English Catholics to expect better treatment than they had received under Elizabeth.

Royal Historical Society Studies in History By 1605, Newton argues, James had learned to govern his kingdom through pragmatism an. .

Royal Historical Society Studies in History. Suffolk and Rochester: Boydell & Brewer Press, 2005. King James VI and I has never suffered from a lack of scrutiny. One of the values of The Making of the Jacobean Regime is its emphasis on James as both student and ultimately near master of English rule.

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James VI and I and the government of England, 1603-1605.

Are you sure you want to remove The making of the Jacobean regime from your list? The making of the Jacobean regime. James VI and I and the government of England, 1603-1605. Published 2005 by Royal Historical Society, Boydell in London, Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK, Rochester, NY. Written in English. Politics and government. James I King of England (1566-1625).

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The early years of the reign of James VI and I have been much examined, but this book takes a new approach, via an overall survey rather than focussing on what are traditionally perceived as the most important moments, such as the Hampton Court Conference and the Gunpowder Plot. This enables the author to show how circumstances and events immediately after James' accession were crucial to shaping his approach to ruling England, and provides a fresh understanding of his reign in England. Unusually, the book draws on both English and Scottish sources, governmental and ecclesiastical, and makes extensive use of central and local records, in order to illustrate how the king managed the Elizabethan legacy he inherited by reference to his Scottish experience. The author argues that after initial misunderstandings, James proved himself to be a king of real political acumen, as he supervised foreign policy, finance, local government and religious policy in England whilst simultaneously ruling Scotland as an absentee monarch.DIANA NEWTON is Research Fellow at the University of Teeside.
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