A web-based edition of early seventeenth-century political poetry from manuscript sources. It brings into the public domain over 350 poems, many of which have never before been published.
Akrigg, G.P.V. Jacobean Pageant, or The Court of King James I. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard UP, 1962.
Alsop, J.D. “The Cult of Elizabeth-Astraea and the Anti-Catholic ‘Jubilye’ of 1624.” Cahiers Élisabéthains 22 (1982): 93-94.
Alured, Thomas. The coppie of a letter written to the Duke of Buckingham concerning the match with Spaine. London: 1642.
Aubrey, John. Aubrey’s Brief Lives. Ed. Oliver Lawson Dick. London: Penguin, 1987.
Aylmer, G.E. The King’s Servants: The Civil Service of Charles I, 1625-42. London: Routledge, 1961.
Bacon, Francis. A Letter of Advice Written by Sir Francis Bacon to the Duke of Buckingham, When he became Favourite to King James. London: 1661.
---.Sir Francis Bacon his apologie, in certaine imputations concerning the late earle of Essex. London: 1604.Back to top^
---. Works. Ed. James Spedding. 7 vols. London: 1857-74.
Bald, R.C. John Donne, A Life. Oxford: Oxford U P, 1986.
Balfour, James. The Historical Works of Sir James Balfour. Ed. James Haig. 4 vols. Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1824.
Barton, Anne. Ben Jonson, Dramatist. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1984.
Bastard, Thomas. Chrestoleros. Seven bookes of epigrames written by T.B. 2nd ed. London: 1598.
Beal, Peter. “Notions in Garrison: The Seventeenth-Century Commonplace Book.” New Ways of Looking at Old Texts: Papers of the Renaissance English Text Society, 1985-1991. Ed. W. Speed Hill. Binghamton: Renaissance English Text Society, 1993. 131-47.
Beer, Anna. Sir Walter Ralegh and his Readers in the Seventeenth Century: Speaking to the People. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1997.
Bellany, Alastair. “‘The Brightnes of the Noble Leiutenants Action’: An Intellectual Ponders Buckingham’s Assassination.” English Historical Review. 118 (2003): 1243-63.
---. “Libels in Action: Ritual Subversion and the English Literary Underground, 1603–42.” The Politics of the Excluded, c.1500–1850. Ed. Tim Harris. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001. 99–124.Back to top^
---. “A Poem on the Archbishop’s Hearse: Puritanism, Libel, and Sedition after the Hampton Court Conference.” Journal of British Studies 34 (1995): 137-64.
---. “The Poisoning of Legitimacy? Court Scandal, News Culture, and Politics in England 1603-1660.” Diss. Princeton U, 1995.
---. The Politics of Court Scandal in Early Modern England: News Culture and the Overbury Affair, 1603-1660. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002.
---. “‘Raylinge Rymes and Vaunting Verse’: Libellous Politics in Early Stuart England, 1603-1628.” Culture and Politics in Early Stuart England. Ed. Kevin Sharpe and Peter Lake. Macmillan: Basingstoke, 1994. 285-310.
---, and Thomas Cogswell. England’s Assassin: John Felton and the Murder of the Duke of Buckingham. New Haven and London: Yale UP, forthcoming.
Bowyer, Robert. The Parliamentary Diary of Robert Bowyer, 1606-7. Ed. David Harris Wilson. Minneapolis: Minnesota P, 1931.
Brettle, R.E. “John Marston and the Duke of Buckingham.” Notes and Queries 212 (1967): 326-30.
Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham. Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable: Centenary Edition. London: Cassell, 1970.
Carew, Thomas. Poems. London: 1640.Back to top^
---. The Poems of Thomas Carew, with his masque Coelum Britannicum. Ed. Rhodes Dunlap. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1949.
Chamberlain, John. The Letters of John Chamberlain. Ed. Norman Egbert McClure. 2 vols. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1939.
Clegg, Cyndia Susan. Press Censorship in Elizabethan England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997.
Cogswell, Thomas. The Blessed Revolution: English Politics and the Coming of War, 1621-1624. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1989.
---. “Underground Political Verse and the Transformation of English Political Culture.” Political Culture and Cultural Politics in Early Modern England: Essays Presented to David Underdown. Ed. Susan D. Amussen and Mark A. Kishlansky. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1995. 277-300.
Colclough, David. “‘The Muses Recreation’: John Hoskyns and the Manuscript Culture of the Seventeenth Century.” Huntington Library Quarterly 61 (2000): 369-400.
Collins, Arthur. Letters and memorials of state. 2 vols. London: 1746.
The Commons Petition of Long Afflicted England. London: 1642.
A Continued Journall of all the Proceedings of the Duke of Buckingham his Grace, in the Isle of Ree. August 14 and August 30 issues. London: 1627.Back to top^
Corbett, Richard. The Poems of Richard Corbett. Ed. J.A.W. Bennett and H.R. Trevor-Roper. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1955.
---. “Richard Corbett’s ‘Against the Opposing of the Duke in Parliament, 1628’ and the Anonymous Rejoinder, ‘An Answere to the Same, Lyne for Lyne’: The Earliest Dated Manuscript Copies.” Ed. V.L. Pearl and M.L. Pearl. Review of English Studies 42 (1991): 32-9.
Cort verhael van het grouwelick ende verradelijck vergiftighen van ... Sir Thomas Overberry. Amsterdam: 1616.
Coryate, Thomas. Coryats Crudities. London: 1611.
---. Traveller for the English Wits. London: 1616.
The Court and Times of Charles I. Compiled Thomas Birch. Ed. R. F. Williams. 2 vols. London: Henry Colburn, 1848.
Cowell, John. The Interpreter. Cambridge: 1607.
Cressy, David. Bonfires and Bells: National Memory and the Protestant Calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England. Berkeley and Los Angeles: U of California P, 1989.
Croft, Pauline. “Libels, Popular Literacy and Public Opinion in Early Modern England.” Historical Research 68 (1995): 266-85.Back to top^
---. “Parliament, Purveyance and the City of London, 1589-1608.” Parliamentary History 4 (1985): 9-32.
---. “The Reputation of Robert Cecil: Libels, Political Opinion and Popular Awareness in the Early Seventeenth Century.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 6th ser. 1 (1991): 43-69.
Crum, Margaret, ed. First-Line Index of English Poetry 1500-1800 in Manuscripts of the Bodleian Library Oxford. 2 vols. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1969.
Cuddy, Neil. “The Conflicting Loyalties of a ‘vulgar’ Counselor: The Third Earl of Southampton, 1597-24.” Public Duty and Private Conscience in Seventeenth-Century England. Ed. John Morrill, Paul Slack, and Daniel Woolf. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1993: 126-47.
Cust, Richard. The Forced Loan and English Politics 1626-1628. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1986.
---. “News and Politics in Early Seventeenth-Century England.” Past and Present 112 (1986): 60-90.
Davenant, William. The Shorter Poems. Ed. A.M. Gibbs. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1972.
Delitiae Poetarum Scotorum. Ed. Arthur Johnston. Amsterdam: 1637.
Devereux, Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex. An apologie of the earle of Essex against those which falsly and maliciously taxe him to be the onely hinderer of the peace and quiet of his countrey. London: 1603.Back to top^
D’Ewes, Simonds. The Autobiography of Sir Simonds D’Ewes. Ed. James Orchard Halliwell. 2 vols. London: Richard Bentley, 1845.
---. The Diary of Sir Simonds D’Ewes (1622-1624). Ed. Elisabeth Bourcier. Paris: Didier, 1974.
Donne, John. Letters to Severall Persons of Honour. Ed. Charles Merrill. New York: Sturgis & Walton, 1910.
The Dr. Farmer Chetham Manuscript: Being a Commonplace-book in the Chetham Library, Manchester, temp. Elizabeth, James I and Charles I. Ed. Alexander B. Grosart. 2 vols. Manchester: Chatham Society, 1873.
Drayton, Michael. The Works of Michael Drayton. Ed. J. William Hebel. 5 vols. Oxford: Shakespeare Head, 1931-41.
Drummond, William. Poetical Works. Ed. L.E. Kastner. 2 vols. Edinburgh: Scottish Text Society, 1913.
Duffin, Ross. Shakespeare’s Songbook. New York: Norton, 2004.
Earle, John. Microcosmographie. London: 1628.
Eglisham, George. The Forerunner of Revenge. Upon the Duke of Buckingham, for the poysoning of the most potent King JAMES of happy memory King of great Britan, and the Lord Marquis of Hamilton, and others of the nobilitie. Franckfort (i.e. the Netherlands?): 1626.Back to top^
Eliot, John. Poems. London: 1658.
Felltham, Owen. Resolves divine, moral, political. London: 1661.
The First and Second Dalhousie Manuscripts. Ed. Ernest W. Sullivan. Columbia: U Missouri P, 1988.
Firth, C.H. “The Ballad History of the Reign of James I.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 3rd ser. 5 (1911): 21-61.
---. “Ballads illustrating the Relations of England and Scotland during the Seventeenth Century.” Scottish Historical Review 6 (1909): 113-28.
---. “Ballads on the Bishops’ Wars.” Scottish Historical Review 3 (1906): 257-73.
Fox, Adam. Oral and Literate Culture in England 1500-1700. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2000.
Gardiner, S.R. History of England from the Accession of James I to the Outbreak of the Civil War 1603-1642. 10 vols. London: Longmans, 1885.
Goddard, William. A Neaste of Waspes. Dort: 1615.Back to top^
Hammer, Paul E.J. The Polarisation of Elizabethan Politics: The Political Career of Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, 1585-1597. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999.
---. “Sex and the Virgin Queen: Aristocratic Concupiscence and the Court of Elizabeth I.” Sixteenth Century Journal 21 (2000): 77-97.
---. “‘The smiling crocodile’: the Earl of Essex and late-Elizabethan ‘popularity’.” The “Public Sphere” in Early Modern England. Ed. Peter Lake and Stephen Pincus. Manchester: Manchester UP, forthcoming.
Hammond, Gerald. Fleeting Things: English Poets and Poems 1616-1660. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1990.
Hammond, Paul. Figuring Sex Between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2002.
Harington, John. The Letters and Epigrams of Sir John Harington. Ed. N.M. McClure. Philadelphia: U Pennsylvania P, 1930.
---. Tract on the Succession of the Crown (A.D. 1602). Ed. Clements R. Markham. London: Roxburghe Club, 1880.
Haynes, Alan. Sex in Elizabethan England. Stroud: Sutton, 1997.
Hell’s Hurlie-Burlie: or, a Fierce Contention betwixt the Pope and the Devill. London: 1644.Back to top^
Herodotus. The Histories. Trans. Aubrey de Sélincourt. Revised edn. John Marincola. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2003.
Herrup, Cynthia B. A House in Gross Disorder: Sex, Law, and the 2nd Earl of Castlehaven. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1999.
Hill, Christopher. The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas during the English Revolution. London: Penguin, 1991.
Holinshed, Raphael. Holinshed’s Chronicle: As Used in Shakespeare’s Plays. London: Everyman, 1927.
Holstun, James. Ehud’s Dagger: Class Struggle in the English Revolution. London: Verso, 2000.
Homer. The Iliad. Trans. A.T. Murray. 2 vols. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1924-25.
---. The Odyssey. Trans. A.T. Murray. Revised edn. George E. Dimock. 2 vols. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1995.
Horace. Satires and Epistles. Trans. Smith Palmer Bovie. Chicago and London: Chicago UP, 1956.
James VI and I, King. The Poems of James VI of Scotland. Ed. James Craigie. 2 vols. Edinburgh and London: Scottish Text Society, 1955-58.Back to top^
James, Mervyn. Society, Politics and Culture: Studies in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1986.
Jardine, Lisa, and Alan Stewart. Hostage to Fortune: The Troubled Life of Francis Bacon. London: Gollancz, 1998.
Johnson, Robert C. “The Lotteries of the Virginia Company, 1612-1621.” The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 74 (1966): 259-92.
Jonson, Ben. Ben Jonson: The Complete Masques. Ed. Stephen Orgel. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 1969.
---, George Chapman, and John Marston. Eastward Ho!. Ed. C.G. Petter. London: A&C Black, 1994.
King, Henry. The Poems of Henry King. Ed. Margaret Crum. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1965.
Knowles, James. “Crack Kisses Not Staves: Sexual Politics and Court Masques in 1613-1614.” The Crisis of 1614 and The Addled Parliament. Ed. Stephen Clucas and Rosalind Davies. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003.
---. “To ‘scourge the arse / Jove’s marrow so had wasted’: Scurrility and the Subversion of Sodomy.” Subversion and Scurrility: Popular Discourse in Europe from 1500 to the Present. Ed. Dermot Cavanagh and Tim Kirk. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000. 74-92.
Lake, Peter, and Michael Questier. “Puritans, Papists and the ‘Public Sphere’ in Early Modern England: The Edmund Campion Affair in Context.” Journal of Modern History 72 (2000): 587-627.Back to top^
Laud, William. A Speech Delivered in the Starre-Chamber. London: 1637.
---. Works. Ed. W. Scott and J. Bliss. 7 vols. Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1847-60.
Leicester’s Commonwealth: The copy of a letter written by a Master of Art of Cambridge (1584) and related documents. Ed. D.C. Peck. Athens, Ohio: Ohio UP, 1985.
Leighton, Alexander(?). The Interpreter. Wherin three principall termes of state much mistaken by the vulgar are clearly unfolded. Edinburgh(?): 1622.
Leslie, John. A treatise of treasons against Q. Elizabeth and the croune of England. Louvain: 1572.
Lindley, David. The Trials of Frances Howard: Fact and Fiction at the Court of King James. London and New York: Routledge, 1993.
Lockyer, Roger. Buckingham: The Life and Political Career of George Villiers, First Duke of Buckingham 1592-1628. London: Longman, 1981.
Love, Harold. The Culture and Commerce of Texts: Scribal Publication in Seventeenth-Century England. Amherst: U Massachusetts P, 1998.
Loxley, James. Royalism and Poetry in the English Civil Wars: The Drawn Sword. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1997.Back to top^
Lucan. Lucan’s Pharsalia: or The civill warres of Rome, betweene Pompey the great, and Julius Caesar. Trans. Thomas May. London: 1627.
M., T. The Life of A Satyrical Puppy, Called Nim. London: 1657.
McRae, Andrew. Literature, Satire and the Early Stuart State. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004.
---. “Political Satire in Early Stuart England: New Voices, New Narratives.” Literature Compass 1 (2003): 17C.038.1-21.
---. “The Verse Libel: Popular Satire in Early Modern England.” Subversion and Scurrility: The Politics of Popular Discourse in Europe from 1500 to the Present. Ed. Dermot Cavanagh and Tim Kirk. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000. 58-73.
Manningham, John. The Diary of John Manningham of the Middle Temple 1602-1603. Ed. Robert Parker Sorlien. Hanover, New Hampshire: UP New England, 1976.
Marlowe, Christopher. Tamburlaine the Great Parts I and II. Ed. John D. Jump. London: Edward Arnold, 1967.
Marotti, Arthur F. Manuscript, Print, and the English Renaissance Lyric. Ithaca and London: Cornell UP, 1995.
May, Steven W. “Companion Poems in the Ralegh Canon.” English Literary Renaissance 13 (1983): 260-73.Back to top^
---. The Elizabethan Courtier Poets: The Poems and their Contexts. Columbia, Missouri: U Missouri P, 1991.
Middleton, Thomas. A Game at Chess. Ed. T.H. Howard-Hill. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1993.
Mousnier, Roland. The Assassination of Henry IV: The Tyrannicide Problem and the Consolidation of French Absolute Monarchy in the Early Seventeenth Century. Trans. Joan Spencer. New York: Scribner’s, 1973.
Musarum Deliciae: or, The Muses Recreation. London: 1655.
Naunton, Robert. Fragmenta regalia or observations on Queen Elizabeth, her times & favorites. Ed. J.S. Cerovski. Washington, London and Toronto: Folger, 1985.
“‘News from heaven and hell’: A Defamatory Narrative of the Earl of Leicester.” Ed. D.C. Peck. English Literary Renaissance 8 (1978): 141-58.
Newsletters from the Archpresbyterate of George Birkhead. Ed. Michael C. Questier Cambridge: Camden Society, 1998.
Nicholls, Mark and Penry Williams. “Sir Walter Ralegh.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004.
Norbrook, David. Writing the English Republic: Poetry, Rhetoric and Politics, 1627-1660. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999.Back to top^
O’Callaghan, Michelle. Literature, Sociability, and Urbanity in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, forthcoming.
---. The “shepheards nation”: Jacobean Spenserians and Early Stuart Political Culture. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2000.
Original Papers Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Milton. Ed. W. Douglas Hamilton. London: Camden Society, 1859.
Osborn, Louise Brown. The Life, Letters and Writings of John Hoskyns, 1566-1638. New Haven: Yale UP, 1937.
Osborne, Francis. Traditionall Memoyres on the Raigne of King James. London: 1658.
---. The True Tragicomedy Formerly Acted at Court. Ed. John Pitcher and Lois Potter. New York: Garland, 1983.
Overbury, Thomas. Sir Thomas Overburie His Wife. 9th impression. London: 1616.
Owen, G. Dyfnallt. Wales in the Reign of James I. Woodbridge: Boydell, 1988.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Ed. H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. 60 vols. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004.Back to top^
Parnassus Biceps. London: 1656.
Parsons, Robert. An advertisement written to a secretarie of my L. Treasurers of Ingland. Antwerp, 1592.
Pebworth, Ted-Larry. Owen Felltham. Boston: Twayne, 1976.
---. “Sir Henry Wotton’s ‘Dazel’d Thus, with Height of Place’ and the Appropriation of Political Poetry in the Earlier Seventeenth Century.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 71 (1977): 151-69.
Peele, George. An eclogue gratulory. The Right Honorable Earle of Essex his welcom into England, from Portugall. London: 1589.
The Penguin Book of Renaissance Verse 1509-1659. Selected David Norbrook. Ed. H.R. Woudhuysen. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1993.
Perry, Curtis. “‘If Proclamations Will Not Serve’: The Late Manuscript Poetry of James I and the Culture of Libel.” Royal Subjects: Essays on the Writings of James VI and I. Ed. Daniel Fischlin and Mark Fortier. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 2002.
---. “The Politics of Access and Representations of the Sodomite King in Early Modern England.” Renaissance Quarterly 53 (2000): 1054-83.
Pitcher, John. Samuel Daniel: The Brotherton Manuscript, a Study in Authorship. Leeds: University of Leeds School of English, 1981.Back to top^
Poems and Songs Relating to George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham; and his Assassination by John Felton. Ed. Frederick W. Fairholt. London: Percy Society, 1850.
“Poems from a Seventeenth-Century Manuscript with the Hand of Robert Herrick.” Ed. Norman Farmer. Texas Quarterly 16.4 (1973): supplement.
A Poetical Rapsodie Containing: Diverse Sonnets, Odes, Elegies, Madrigals, Epigrams, Pastorals, Eglogues, with other Poems, both in Rime and Measured Verse. Ed. Francis Davison. London: 1608.
Pory, John1572-1636: Letters and Other Minor Writings. Ed. William S. Powell. Chapel Hill: U North Carolina P, 1977.
Potter, Lois. Secret Rites and Secret Writing: Royalist Literature, 1640-1660. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1989.
Le Prince d’Amour. London: 1660.
Proceedings in Parliament, 1614 (House of Commons). Ed. Maija Jansson. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, c.1988.
Proceedings in Parliament, 1626. Ed. William B. Bidwell and Maija Jansson. 4 vols. New Haven: Yale UP, 1991-96.
Proceedings in Parliament, 1628. Ed. Robert C. Johnson, et al. 6 vols. New Haven: Yale UP, 1977-83.Back to top^
The Progresses, Processions, and Magnificant Festivities, of King James the First. Ed. John Nichols. 4 vols. London: 1828.
Questier, Michael. “Crypto-Catholicism, anti-Calvinism and the Conversion of the Jacobean Court: the Enigma of Benjamin Carier.” Journal of Ecclesiastical History 47 (1996): 43-64.
Ralegh, Walter. The History of the World. London: 1614.
---. The Poems of Sir Walter Ralegh: A Historical Edition. Ed. Michael Rudick. Tempe, Arizona: Renaissance English Text Society, 1999.
---. The Prerogative of Parliaments in England. London: 1628.
Raylor, Timothy. Cavaliers, Clubs, and Literary Culture: Sir John Mennes, James Smith, and the Order of the Fancy. Newark: U Delaware P, 1994.
Raymond, Joad, ed. News, Newspapers, and Society in Early Modern Britain. London and Portland: F. Cass., 1999.
Read, Conyers. Lord Burghley and Queen Elizabeth. London: Jonathan Cape, 1960.
Redworth, Glyn. The Prince and the Infanta: The Cultural Politics of the Spanish Match. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 2003.Back to top^
Les Reportes Del Cases in Camera Stellata (1593–1609) From the Original MS. of John Hawarde. Ed. William Paley Baildon. London: 1894.
Riggs, David. Ben Jonson: A Life. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard UP, 1989.
Rogers, Thomas. Celestiall elegies of the goddesses and the Muses de–deploring the death of the right honourable and vertuous ladie the Ladie Fraunces Countesse of Hertford. London: 1598.
---. Leycesters ghost. London: 1641.
Rous, John. Diary of John Rous, Incumbent of Santon Downham, Suffolk, From 1625 to 1642. Ed. Mary Anne Everett Green. London: Camden Society, 1856.
Ruigh, Robert E. The Parliament of 1624: Politics and Foreign Policy. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1971.
Russell, Conrad. Parliaments and English Politics 1621-1629. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1979.
Sanderson, James L. “Poems on an Affair of State — The Marriage of Somerset and Lady Essex.” Review of English Studies 17.65 (1966): 57-61.
Saunders, J.W. “The Stigma of Print: A Note on the Social Bases of Tudor Poetry.” Essays in Criticism 1 (1951): 139-64.Back to top^
Scot, Thomas. Philomythie or Philomythologie. Wherein Outlandish Birds, Beasts, and Fishes, are taught to speake true English plainely. London: 1616.
Scott, Thomas. The Second Part of Vox Populi: or Gondomar appearing in the likenes of Matchiavell in a Spanish parliament. London: 1624.
---. Vox Populi: or newes from Spaine. London: 1620.
Shapiro, James. Shakepseare and the Jews. New York: Columbia UP, 1996.
Sharpe, Kevin. Reading Revolutions: The Politics of Reading in Early Modern England. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 2000.
Shirley, James. Poems. London: 1646.
Simpson, Claude M. The British Broadside Ballad and Its Music. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 1966.
Smith, Bruce R. Homosexual Desire in Shakespeare’s England: A Cultural Poetics. Chicago and London: Chicago UP, 1991.
Smith, Nigel. Literature and Revolution in England, 1640-1660. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 1994.Back to top^
Smurthwaite, A.J. “A Satirical Ballad of 1624.” Notes and Queries 27.4 (1980): 321-22.
Spencer, Thomas. Maschil Unmasked. London: 1629.
Spenser, Edmund. Poetical Works. Ed. J.C. Smith and E. de Selincourt. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1912.
Stone, Lawrence. The Causes of the English Revolution 1529–1642. London: Routledge, 1972.
Stone, Lawrence. The Crisis of the Aristocracy 1558–1641. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1965.
The Stoughton Manuscript: A Manuscript Miscellany of Poems by Henry King and his Circle, circa 1636. Ed. Mary Hobbs. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1990.
Stuart Royal Proclamations. Ed. James F. Larkin and Paul L. Hughes. 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1973-83.
Stubbes, John. The discoverie of a gaping gulf whereinto England is like to be swallowed. London: 1579.
Thirsk, Joan. Economic Policy and Projects: The Development of a Consumer Society in Early Modern England. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1978.Back to top^
Three Turk Plays From Early Modern England. Ed. Daniel J. Vitkus. New York: Columbia UP, 2000.
Tilley, Morris Palmer. A Dictionary of the Proverbs in England in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Ann Arbor: U Michigan P, 1950.
Trevelyan, Raleigh. Sir Walter Raleigh. New York: Henry Holt, 2004.
Trevelyan Papers. Ed. J. Payne Collier, et al. 3 parts. London: Camden Society, 1857-72.
“Two Unpublished Poems on the Duke of Buckingham.” Ed. J.A. Taylor. Review of English Studies 40 (1989): 232-40.
Tyacke, Nicholas. Anti-Calvinists: The Rise of English Arminianism c.1590-1640. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1987.
Vere, Edward de. “The Poems of Edward DeVere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford and of Robert Devereux, Second Earl of Essex.” Ed. Steven W. May. Studies in Philology 77 (1980): “Texts and Studies.”
Verstegan, Richard. A declaration of the true causes of the great troubles. Antwerp: 1592.
Walsham, Alexandra. Providence in Early Modern England. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1999.Back to top^
Walter, John. Understanding Popular Violence in the English Revolution: The Colchester Plunderers. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999.
Weldon, Anthony. The Court and Character of King James. London: 1651.
Wentworth Papers 1597-1628. Ed. J.P. Cooper. London: Camden Society, 1973.
White, Beatrice. Cast of Ravens: The Strange Case of Sir Thomas Overbury. London: J. Murray, 1965.
Whiteway, William. William Whiteway of Dorchester: His Diary, 1618-1635. Dorchester: Dorset Record Society, 1991.
Wit Restor’d in Severall Select Poems not Formerly Publish’t. London: 1658.
Wits Recreations. London: 1640.
Wolfe, Don M. Milton and His England. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1971.
Worden, Blair. The Sound of Virtue: Philip Sidney’s Arcadia and Elizabethan Politics. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 1996.Back to top^
Wotton, Henry. Reliquiae Wottonianae. London: 1651.
Yonge, Walter. Diary of Walter Yonge, Justice of the Peace and M.P. for Honiton, written at Colyton and Axminster, Co. Devon, 1604-1628. Ed. G. Roberts. London: Camden Society, 1848.
Zwicker, Steven. Lines of Authority: Politics and English Literary Culture, 1649-1689. Ithaca and London: Cornell UP, 1993.