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literacy 17 mnemonic 20, 83, 108, 115, 116
association with progress 14 Monta, Susannah Breitz 115
literates™ view of illiterates ix, 13, 56“7, 69“70 Montague, Viscount, of Cowdray 185
communicating to both literates and illiterates Monte, Philippe de 127“46
10, 13“16 Moody, Henry 191
˜Little John Nobody™ 7“8, 9, 19 More, Hannah 189
liturgical fragments 14, 57, 64, 66 More, St Thomas 87, 133, 134, 153
liturgical parody 10, 59“60 More, Sir William 215
liturgical year 5, 6, 73 Morrice, Richard 142
liturgy 2, 7, 78, 126 Mosse, Miles 202
changes in liturgy 6 motets 115, 125“7
Lloyd, William 187 Mulgrave Castle, Yorkshire 141, 227
Lluelyn, Martin 26 Munday, Anthony viii
Lodge, Thomas 79 music 20
Loe, William 18, 177
London 124 Napier, John 61
See also Clerkenwell Priory; St Paul™s Nashe, Thomas 205
Cathedral; Tower of London; Tyburn Neale, J. M. 42
lower orders, Catholicism among 20 Netley Abbey, Hampshire 37“47
Ludlam, Robert 127 The Ruins of Netley Abb[e]y 43
Luther, Martin 155 new historicism vii, 114
Lyke-Wake Dirge 62, 69 Newman, John Henry, Cardinal 145
newsgathering and dissemination 18, 118, 122
manuscript circulation ix, 16, 17, 82 Newton, Thomas 72
manuscript miscellanies 6, 86 Nicholls, Norton 39
Marcus, Leah 61 nonconformists 26
marginalisation 18 Norfolk 35
Marian veneration 4 See also: Houghton
Marotti, Arthur F. vii, ix, 115 Northampton 109
Martin, Gregory 95, 213 nostalgia, pro-Catholic 3“5, 22, 89
martyr-narratives ch. 4 passim Numan, Philips 79
martyrs ix, 12, 21, 112“13, 114“15, 150 Nun Appleton House 31
Marvell, Andrew 31“2 Nutter, John 112
Mary I 16
Mary Stuart 49, 50 Oldcorne, Edward 134
Mason: see Freeman, William Ong, Walter 13, 85
Mass, the 4, 7, 9, 57, 155 onomastics ix, 20, 115, 131“2
See also: Latin, liturgy oral history 18, 150
Mathew, Tobie 138 oral tradition and traditions ix, 1, 14“15, 18, 70,
McCoog, Thomas M. 115 conclusion, 223
McLuhan, Marshall 179 oral transmission 1, 2“3, 6, 9, 14, 18, 149“50, 151,
medieval church art 3 152, 167
See also: ruins relationship with literate culture 13, 56
medieval devotion 6 relationship with print 13, 17, 64, 66“7, 96,
medievalism: 98, 151
afterlife of medieval Catholicism 3 relationship with Scripture 160“1
Melanchthon, Philip 155 relationship with written communication ix,
Mercurian, Everard 145 13, 17, 64, 66“7, 96, 150“1
metre 104 residual orality 13
Michael, the archangel 138 See also: rule of faith
Miles, Robert 50 orality 17“18
Milner, John 42 association with factual distortion 59, 150
Milton, John 73 Catholics™ oral challenge 16, 82
minority languages, missionaries™ use of 20 dif¬culties for Catholics 8, 9
miracles 57, 79 dif¬culty of censoring 3
Mitford, Mary Russell 45 importance in pre-literate cultures 13
242 Index
Ossory, Lady 39 print 10
Otto, Rudolf 6 Catholic use of print 16
Ovid 63 dif¬culty of access for Catholics 9
mainstream publication of Catholic material
paganism 57“8, 63, 75 16
Parkinson, John 204 popular print 10, 16“17, 76
Parlor, John 19 printed poetical miscellanies 6
parrhesia 12, 121 Protestant use of print 14, 16
Paul VI, Pope 144 prison 20
Paul, St 117 prophecy 64“5
Pearce, William 44 Protestantism:
pedlars 17 and evangelism 10, 183
Penry, John 76 suspicion of illiterates 74
Percy, Thomas 78, 206 proverbs 20
Persons, Robert 13, 89 psalms 115, 125“6, 127
Petre, Sir William 185 pseudonyms 3, 8, 132, 144
Petre family 207 Pugin, A. W. N. 42
Phillips, Peter 210 puns 131“40
Piers Plowman 92 Punter, David 51
Pilchard/Pylcher, Thomas 136“40 purgatory 62
Pilgrimage of Grace 87 puritanism 3, 5, 61, 121, 156, 165, 166
Pittilesse Mother, A (anon.) 177 Pylcher, Thomas: see Pilchard
plant names 72“4
plants 72 Questier, Michael 12
Plato 70
Plautus 63 Radcliffe, Ann 49
Pliny 134 Radegund, Abbey of, Kent 27
Plot, Robert 202 Ralegh, Sir Walter 210
Poeton, Edward 58 Ranger, Paul 44
poetry 2 Raphael, the archangel 138
See also: ballads; popular verse; psalms Reading, Edward: see Bamber, Edward
polemic ix, 2, 4, 6, 12, 14, 57, 58, 63, 67“8, 77, recusancy 5
80, 96, 105, 116, 149, 153, 155 ˜recusant™ writing ix
Pope, Alexander 79“81 Reedy, Gerard 70
popes 13 Reeves, Mr 142
See also: Gregory XIII; Paul VI; Urban VII; relics 134“5, 146
Urban VIII Revelation, Book of 91, 92
˜Popish Plot™ 140 reversal 92“4
popular culture 17“18, 20 rhetoric 10“11, 106, 110
and politics 18 Rhodes, John 99“100, 103, 213
sophistication of popular literature 19“20 The Countrie Man™s Comfort 93
popular opinion 3 Richards, John Inigo 44
popular verse 121 riddles 104
See also: ballads See also: allegory
Porte, Joel 53 Rievaulx Abbey, Yorkshire 38
Postgate, Nicholas 115, 140“4, 145“6 Rigby, Nicholas 141
Pounde, Thomas 120 Rishton, Edward 212
prayer 20, 57, 58, 150 Rites of Durham 184
preachers 15, 76, 111“12, 156 ritual 137
dif¬culties faced by Catholic preachers 9 Robartes, Fulke 188
preaching in vernacular 9 Robin Hood 177
Prideaux, Thomas 215 Roby, John 147
priest-holes 145, 146 romance 2
priests, Catholic 8“9, 12, 19 Rome: see English College, Rome
See also: Jesuits, secular priests Rooker, Michael ˜Angelo™ 192
Index 243
Roscarrock, Nicholas 186 Song of Mary, the Mother of Christ, The 227
Royal Society 74 Sotheby, William 46“7
Royalists 5 South Kyme, Lincolnshire 206
Rudgley, William 58 Southwell, Robert, St viii, 8, 138
ruins 1, 3, 37“9 spells ix, 1, 3, 14, 58“9, 60“1, 63, 65“7, 150
rule of faith 152, 156“64, 166 Spelman, Clement 187
rumour 18 Spelman, Sir Henry 23, 25“8
Rushworth, William 12, 13, 159“60 The History and Fate of Sacrilege 25“7, 35, 42
De Non Temerandis Ecclesiis 26
sacramental theology 57 Spencer, Herbert 204
sacrilege 23“4, 25, 30, 32“3, 40 Spenser, Edmund 77, 138
sacrilege narratives ix, 20, 23, 24“5, 30“47 Sprat, Thomas 74, 75“6
Sacrilege a National Sin 27 Staffordshire 99
Sade, Marquis de 50 Stanihurst, Richard 79, 229
St Hedda™s Church, Egton Bridge, Yorkshire 142 Stephen, St 117
St Patrick™s Purgatory 56, 69, 79 Stephens, Jeremy 25, 187
St Paul™s Cathedral 107 Steward, Richard 186
saints 3, 116“20 Stilling¬‚eet, Edward 70, 164, 234
Sander, Margaret 9 Strawberry Hill 33, 49
Scot, Reginald 76 Stubbes, Philip 65, 67
Scotland 20 Studley Royal, Yorkshire 38
Scott, James C. 92“3 Stukeley, William 185
secular priests 12 superstition, perceived 3, 4, 13
Sefton, Lancashire 112 Sutcliffe, Matthew 84, 108
Selden, John 173 Sympson, Agnes 56
Seneca 71
Sergeant, John 152, 159“67 Talbot, Peter 15
sermons 2, 10, 13, 14, 20, 65, 67, 71, 165 Tarletons Newes out of Purgatorie 69
See also: preachers Tavard, George 160, 162
Shagan, Ethan 18 Tavistock, Devon 65, 67
Shakespeare, William viii Taylor, Walter 26, 30, 39“45, 47
Sonnets 3 Tertullian 135
Hamlet 21 Theocritus 63, 74
Henry IV 133, 134 Thessalonians, Epistle to 152
Macbeth 135, 178 Thewlis, John 116“18, 133
Midsummer Night™s Dream, A 206 Thomas, Keith 55, 73
Shaw, John 5 Thwaites, Isabel 31
Sheldon, Edward 162 Tillotson, John 160, 164
Shirley, Thomas tithes 26
signatures 204 Tobit, Book of 138
silencing, perceived 8 toleration 84
similitudes 72 topography 123
Simon, Richard 154, 157“8, 161 See also: ruins
Simpson, Robert 127“8 Topsell, Edward 200
Sinclair, George 56 Touchet, Anselm 186
singing 2 Tower of London 124
See also: ballads; psalms tradition 6
Skelton, T. 191 place in Protestant thought 154“5
Slegg, Edward 107 relationship between Scripture and tradition
Sleights, Yorkshire 143 153“6
Smith, Richard, theologian 160 See also: oral tradition
Smith, Richard, Bishop of Chalcedon 144 Tresham, Sir Thomas 131
Smyth, John, of Nibley 69 trials 12, 20, 95
solidarity among Catholics 7 Trigge, Francis 173
Somerset: see Glastonbury Trinity 11
244 Index
truth-claims 151 Warner, Richard, Netley Abbey: A Gothic Story
truth-telling 13 44“5
Turberville, Henry 234 Collections for the History of Hampshire 44, 215
Turner, Robert 204 n 69 Warner, William 76
Turvey House, Ireland 146 Watt, Tessa 86
Tyburn 124 Weever, John 23, 30
Westminster Abbey 88
Udall, Ephraim 28 Whigs 190
Ugthorpe 115, 143 Whitby, Yorkshire 227
uneducated, attitudes towards 7, 8, 163“4, 165 White, John 64, 66, 67, 232
See also: illiteracy White, Richard 113, 212
Urban VIII, Pope 144, 185 White, Thomas (alias Blacklo) 159“60, 162
Whitgift, John, Archbishop 28
Vallenger, Stephen 108 Whittle, Anne 60
Valsergues, Jean Albin de 97 Wiburn, Percival 109, 110“11
Vansina, Jan 47 Williams, Gryf¬th 187
Vaughan, Henry 204 Willis, Browne 39“41, 42, 45, 193
Vaughan, Richard, Bishop of Chester 112 Winifred, St 166
vernacular 6“7 Wisbech Castle, Cambridgeshire 79
V´ron, Francois 162
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Verstegan, Richard 135 Wood, Ralph 142
Vico, Giambattista 230 Woodhead, Abraham 233
Victoria County History 192 Woolf, D.R. 68, 150
Virgil 63, 75 Wootton, John 38
word-choice 11“12
Wadding, Luke 183 Worthington, Thomas 212
Wales 20 W¨ rzbach, Natascha 86
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Walpole, Horace 33“6, 37, 39, 49
Walpole, Sir Robert 189, 190 Yonge, Charlotte M. 192
Walpole family 35 York Minster 188
Walsham, Alexandra 134 Yorkshire 115, 140“3
˜Walsingham™ 89“90 See also Blackamor; Danby Castle; Egton;
Walton, Isaak 28 Fountains Abbey; Kirkstall Abbey;
Wanswell, Gloucestershire 69 Mulgrave Castle; Rievaulx Abbey; St
Ward, Thomas 140 Hedda™s Church; Sleights; Studley
Wardley Hall, Lancashire 115“16, 147“8, 150 Royal; Ugthorpe; Whitby; York Minster

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