02740nam a22004334a 4500001001200000003000600012005001700018008004100035010001700076015001900093016001800112020002800130020002500158035002000183035002000203035001900223040006100242042000800303043002100311049000900332050002400341082001900365245008600384260006100470300002600531504006600557505119000623590002901813590001101842650005301853650004701906650005301953650004702006653002202053700002202075856008202097994001202179999011502191ocm62789931OCoLC20070418125700.0051222s2006 enk b 001 0 eng  a 2005037426 aGBA6364542bnb7 a0134373392Uk a0754654958 (alk. paper) a9780754654957 (hbk.) a(Sirsi) a146257 a(OCoLC)62789931 a(Sirsi) 232593 aDLCcDLCdUKMdBAKERdBWKUKdBTCTAdYDXCPdYUSdIBVdNVS apcc ae-uk-enae-ie--- aNVSS00aBX9458.G7bR45 200600a284/.5094122204aThe religious culture of the Huguenots, 1660-1750 /c[edited by] Anne Dunan-Page. aAldershot, England ;aBurlington, VT :bAshgate,cc2006. axvi, 218 p. ;c24 cm. aIncludes bibliographical references (p. [189]-211) and index.00tConformity, non-conformity, and Huguenot settlement in England in the later seventeenth century /rRobin Gwynn -- tDiffering perceptions of the refuge?: Huguenots in Ireland and Great Britain and their attitudes towards the governments' religious policy (1660-1710) /r Susanne Lachenicht -- tOxford dictionary of national biography, the du Moulin Connection and the location of the Church of England in the later seventeenth century /rVivienne Larminie -- tDominus Providebit: Huguenot commitment to poor relief in England /rRandolph Vigne -- t Killing in good conscience: Marshal Schomberg and the Huguenot soldiers of the diaspora /rMatthew Glozier -- tHuguenot soul: Calvinism of Reverend Louis Rou /rPaula Wheeler Carlo -- tInfluence of the Huguenots on educated Ireland: Huguenot books in Irish church libraries of the eighteenth century /rJane McKee -- tRole of Huguenot tutors in John Locke's programme of social reform /rS. J. Savonius -- t Rainbow Coffee House and the exchange of ideas in early eighteenth-century England /rSimon Harvey and /rElizabeth Grist -- t Huguenot traces and reminiscences in John Toland's conception of tolerance /rMyriam Yardeni aB&T 3/7/07 85.96 ftu ed. zStacks 0aHuguenotszGreat BritainxHistoryy17th century. 0aHuguenotszIrelandxHistoryy17th century. 0aHuguenotszGreat BritainxHistoryy18th century. 0aHuguenotszIrelandxHistoryy18th century.1 aReligious culture1 aDunan-Page, Anne.423Table of contents onlyuhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip065/2005037426.html aC0bNVS aBX9458.G7 R45 2006wLCc1iB002589937d7/28/2014f6/6/2017g3lSTACKS2mMAINp$100.00q4rYsYtBOOKu3/1/2007