Elizabeth I - saviour of the Protestant religion, or cautious and conservative queen? Through an intriguing selection of primary sources - state papers, private correspondence, conspirators' letters, Catholic confessions, and Puritan demands - the author looks at Elizabeth as stateswoman and monarch. He considers the problems she faced, how she handled them, and her legacy to her successor, James I.
Introduction; A note on sources; 1. The settlement of 1559; 2. Marriage, the succession and foreign policy; 3. The Church of England and puritanism; 4. Catholicism under Elizabeth; 5. Elizabeth and the local communities; 6. Elizabeth's financial problems; Bibliography; Index.
Elizabeth I by Geoffrey Regan
Cambridge Topics in History
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