ISSN 2040 - 4395
MAKING ARCHIVES MATTER, Jan Broadway
‘DEAR SONG’: SCHOLARLY WHITEWASHING OF THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN CONSTANTIJN HUYGENS AND DOROTHEA VAN DORP, Lisa Jardine
Paper delivered at the international conference 'Return to sender: Constantijn Huygens as a man of letters' held at Centrum voor de Studie van de Gouden Eeuw, University of Amsterdam, 28 November 2008.
ENFLAM’D WITH THE STUDY OF LEARNING: OF MILTON’S EDUCATION, Rosanna Cox
A reconsideration of Milton’s educational proposals in Of Education (1644) in relation to contemporary evidence of the educational methodologies and practices of the English universities from the mid-16th century onwards.
SIGNS OF INTELLIGENCE: WILLIAM HERLE’S REPORT OF THE DUTCH SITUATION, 1573, Robyn Adams
An exploration of the use of the letters of the intelligencer William Herle, agent to Lord Burghley, through an examination of the marginalia on copies of his report concerning the Dutch situation.
ENGLISH CATHOLICISM: A TRAGE-COMEDY: AN ANONYMOUS WORK OF CATHOLIC CONTROVERSY, Simon Murphy
A transcription of British Library, Additional Manuscripts 64124.
Appendix 1 - Transcription
Appendix 2 - Descriptive Bibliography
SEVENTEENTH CENTURY RECORDS IN THE ST HELENA ARCHIVES, Anna Winterbottom
Catalogue of digital images from St Helena archive deposited in the British Library.
Appendix 1 - East India Company Consultations
Appendix 2 - Letters from England
Appendix 3 - Goodwin’s Abstracts