West Britons: Cornish identities and the early modern British state,
Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 288pp.
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1 ‘The Dissidence of Despair’: Rebellion and Identity in Early Modern Cornwall
2 ‘Knowest Thou My Brood?’: Locating the Cornish in Tudor and Stuart England
3 ‘England No England But Babel’: English Nationalism and the English Civil War
4 ‘Pagans or Paragons?’: Images of the Cornish during the English Civil War
5 ‘The Last Refuge of a Scoundrel’: Sir Richard Grenville and Cornish Particularism
6 ‘The Gear Rout’: The Cornish Rising of 1648 and the Second Civil War
7 William Scawen: A Seventeenth-Century Cornish Patriot
8 ‘A Monument of Honour’: The Cornish Royalist Tradition after 1660
1. ‘A Gratulacion to Cornish Men’, October 1642
2. The Parliamentarian summons to Cornwall, September 1645
3. The King’s Cornish Regiments, 1642–1646
4. Extracts from William Scawen’s Antiquities Cornu-Britannic
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