By Steven C. A. Pincus
Protestantism and Patriotism is a close examine of the 1st Anglo-Dutch Wars (1652-1654 and 1665-1667) and the ideological contexts during which they have been fought. It differs from different remedies of English overseas coverage during this interval through emphasizing that international relations, exchange and war can't be studied in isolation from family tradition. It additionally insists, in contrast to so much experiences of household politics within the interval, that England's position in Europe and the broader global used to be vital to political and cultural advancements during this progressive age.
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122; John Harington's diary, BL, Add. 1 0 1 1 4 , passim, especially BL, Add. 4 6 3 7 4 (this is the nineteenth-century transcript) 2 June 1 6 5 0 , f. 76; 3 0 October 1 6 5 0 , BL, Add. 1 0 1 1 4 , f. 27; 9 February 1 6 5 1 , BL, Add. 1 0 1 1 4 , f. 2 8 ; 11 February 1 6 5 1 , BL, Add. 1 0 1 1 4 , f. 2 8 ; Oliver St. John's religious commonplace book is at BL, Add. 2 5 2 8 5 . At least one Royalist observer bracketed St. John with Lord Wharton and Henry Vane as religious and political disciples of Lord Say and Sele, Vox Veritatis, Thomason: 16 November 1 6 5 0 , p.
Mercurius Politicus, 8-15 May 1651, p. 793. "Ambassadors' Narrative," PRO, SP 103/46, f. 131; "Leicester's Journal," HMC, DeLisle, 25-26 June 1651, p. , Rawl. C129, f. 59. "Ambassadors' Narrative," PRO, SP 103 46, f. 142; Mercurius Pragmaticus, 3-10 June 1651, p. 6; Whitelocke's Annals, 2 4 June 1651, BL, Add. 37345, f. 133. This version of events was also aired in the press. Weekly Intelligencer, 13-20 May 1651, p. 161; 2-10 June 1651, p. 187; 8-15 May 1651, p. 792; 29 May-5 June 1651, p. 834; Mercurius Politicus, 19-26 June 1651, p.
2 0 3 - 2 0 4 , 2 1 0 . My point is that while there were profound ideological differences between the classical republicans and the apocalyptic opponents of monarchy, those differences were of little political significance until 1653. It was only in the context of the Nominated Parliament, under the pressures applied by the Dutch War, that the two groups could no longer make common cause. Noah Banks, Gods Prerogative Power (London, 1650), Thomason: 8 November 1650, pp. 10-11. Banks might well be the lay preacher, identified as Alan or Adam Banks, who appeared at the bar of the House of Commons in June 1641.
Protestantism and Patriotism: Ideologies and the Making of English Foreign Policy, 1650-1668 (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History) by Steven C. A. Pincus