conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland, 1594

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Scolar Press , [Menston]
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Succes
Statementby R. Doleman.
SeriesEnglish recusant literature, 1558-1640 -- v. 104
The Physical Object
Pagination[23] 220 [4] 267 p.
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Open LibraryOL16543780M
ISBN 10854178252

Author: Parsons, Robert, Title: A conference about the next succession to the crown of England divided into two parts: the first containeth the discourse of a civil lawyer, how and in what 1594 book propinquity of bloud is to be preferred: the second containeth the speech of a temporal lawyer about the particular titles of all such as do, or may, pretend (within England or without.

Description. This is an illustration from A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland, probably by the exiled Jesuit priest Robert Persons (–; sometimes spelt ‘Parsons’) It helps to show the political situation in which Shakespeare wrote Julius Caesar.

What does the book argue. By the s, it was clear that England’s monarch Queen Elizabeth (– Allen, William, A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland diuided into tvvo partes.

VVhere-of the first conteyneth the discourse of a ciuill lavvyer, hovv and in vvhat manner propinquity of blood is to be preferred. A conference about the next succession to the crown of England divided into two parts: the first containeth the discourse of a civil lawyer, how and in what manner propinquity of bloud is to be preferred: the second containeth the speech of a temporal lawyer about the particular titles of all such as do, or may, pretend (within England or without) to the next succession: whereunto is also.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doleman, R., pseud. Conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland, [Menston] Scolar Press, Cover title: The next svccession to the crowne.

S.T.C. Description: B[1]-B5 (i.e. 10),pages illustrations 21 cm. Series Title: English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile, no. Other Titles: Conference about the next succession to the crowne of England Next svccession to the crowne.

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A conference about the next succession to the crown of England: divided into two parts: the first containeth the discourse of a civil lawyer, how and in what manner propinquity of bloud is to be preferred: the second containeth the speech of a temporal lawyer about the particular titles of all such as do, or may, pretend (within England or without) to the next succession: whereunto is also.

Get this from a library. A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland: diuided into tvvo partes. VVhere-of the first conteyneth the discourse of a ciuill lavvyer, hovv and in vvhat manner propinquity of blood is to be preferred. And the second the speech of a temporall lavvyer, about the particuler titles of all such as do or may pretende vvithin Ingland or vvithout, to the.

Fraser McIlwraith (University of Oxford) – ‘An entrance for all disorders’: Macbeth and the Jacobean response to Robert Persons’s A Conference about the Next Succession to the Crown of England ( The succession to the childless Elizabeth I of England was an open question from her accession in to her death inwhen the crown passed to James VI of the accession of James went smoothly, the succession had been the subject of much debate for decades.

It also, in some scholarly views, was a major political factor of the entire reign, if not so voiced. Doleman, A Conference about the Next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland (), (Etablissement du texte (extraits), introduction et notes) By Jean-Christophe Mayer.

Topics: Grande-Bretagne -- (Élisabeth I), [SHS] Humanities and Social Sciences, Author: Jean-Christophe Mayer. But Essex’s engagement with Catholic politics was damaged by the famous dedication to Essex of the notorious treatise about the succession, A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland (/5).

Almost certainly written by the Jesuit Robert Parsons, the Conference cast a long shadow over Essex’s subsequent history. A declaration of the Succession of the crowne imperial of England, London, The author, John Hales, was imprisoned on account of it first in the Fleet and later in the Tower.

Strype, Annals, II. and “Which Book”, says the lawyer, “offended highly the Queene and the nobles of England and was afterwards found to be Cited by: 5. A Conference abovt the next svccession to the crowne of Ingland, [St.

Omer] with license, The book suggests Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain as the proper successor. Page from Robert Persons's anonymous work of on the future succession to Elizabeth I.

soon as it was smuggled into circulation in England: A Conference About the Next Succession to the Crown of England. The title page, bearing the date ,' attributed authorship to "Robert Doleman"; the dedica-tion was to the Earl of Essex.2 Soon known as the Book of Succession,Author: Patrick Martin, John M.

Finnis. Ina rather scandalous pamphlet was published in Antwerp entitled “A Conference about the next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland” (STC ). The author was likely exiled English Jesuit Robert Persons, and in the work Persons argues for the primacy of. Among the more important are Certayne Reasons why Cntholiques refuse to goe to Church (Douai, ), A Christian Directorie guiding Men to their Saluation (London,2 parts), A Conference about the Next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland (), Treatise of the Three Conversions of England (, 3 parts), an answer to Foxe's Acts and Monuments.

This article explores how, and why, Robert Persons's A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland () scandalized late Elizabethan England. By invoking the spectres of popular sovereignty and political resistance, Persons, as is well known, threatened to disrupt the succession of James VI of Scotland to Elizabeth I's : M.

Innes. Robert Filmer, Patriarcha () [Introductory note: The Patriarcha of Sir Robert Filmer () A Conference about the next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland (), pp.

37 ff. George Buchanan, De jure regni apud Scotos (Edinburgh, ). John Hayward, An Answer to the First Part of a Certain Conference Concerning Succession File Size: KB.

Doleman (now thought to be a collective pseudonym for a group around Robert Persons, to whom the work was attributed at the time) A Conference about the Next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland: An analysis of around 14 succession candidates, in terms of five lineages with royal pretensions (including the House of Aviz).

Moments of royal succession, which punctuate the Stuart era (), occasioned outpourings of literature. Writers, including most of the major figures of the seventeenth century from Jonson, Daniel, and Donne to Marvell, Dryden, and Behn, seized upon these occasions: to mark the transition of power; to reflect upon the political structures and values of their nation; and to present.

Inthe previous taboo against any public discussion whatsoever of the royal succession was shattered by a widely read and deliberately seditious book, A Conference about the Next Succession to the Crown of England.

It was written (under a pseudonym) by Robert Parsons, the exiled superior of the English Jesuits/5(76). Elizabeth I () was born to Henry VIII () and his second wife, Anne Boleyn ().

Her mother was executed for treason inand, by the terms of the Second Succession Act (), Elizabeth was declared illegitimate, removing her from the line of succession.

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One sceptic has pointed out that the evidence only emerged once Father Robert Persons had published his A Conference about the Next Succession to the Crown of England.

The book does appear to have alarmed Elizabeth's advisers, and from that date onward the flow of supposed plots against the queen's life became :Kilkenny, Ireland. This article explores how, and why, Robert Persons's A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland () scandalized late Elizabethan England.

By invoking the spectres of popular sovereignty and political resistance, Persons, as is well known, threatened to disrupt the succession of James VI of Scotland to Elizabeth I's throne.

James I was king of Scotland (as James VI) before he became king of both England and Scotland. He acceded to the English throne upon the death of the heirless Queen Elizabeth I in James’s ensuing reign was a controversial one, in part because of many political decisions that Parliament and the public found vexing: he spent lavishly, summoned Parliament only once between.

Backstage at the theater, William shows Richard a copy of an incendiary pamphlet called A Conference About the Next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland .The succession to Edward III was governed according to his entail to the crown in On his death, on 21 Junethe line of succession to the English throne was: Richard of Bordeaux (b.

), son of Edward III's son Edward, the Black Prince (b. ) John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (b. ), son of Edward III.