- Elizabeth and Archbishop Grindal on prophesyings, 4.11 and 4.12 (1st ed.) relate strongly to
- Field and Wilcox, Admonition, and their criticism of the established church (4.10, 1st ed.). Is this the Puritan criticism?
- 4.8 and 4.9 are the established church taking on another side to the criticism of the religious settlement, this time from the Catholics.
- The introductory essay (1st ed.) of ch. 4 also has a quote or two regarding "Church Papists," people who remained in the Protestant Church of England, but held to traditional religious beliefs as long as possible.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Elizabethan Worlds: documents
If focusing on the religious settlement after 1558, there are a number of likely sources: