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Letters of King James Vi &I-.ed G.P.V. Akrigg, 1983.
The Boyhood Days of Guy Fawkes or, the Conspirators of Old London., Anonymous London ?1905.
An Essay towards a new History of the Gun-Powder Treason, herein its real Origine, Cause and Design, are candidly set forth, Anonymous, London 1765.
Vaux of Harrowden-Father Godfrey Anstruther O.P., 1953.
"Powder Treason" by: Godfrey Anstruther in- Blackfriars, XXXIII, 1952, pp 450-9.
Memoirs of the Court of King James the First- Lucy Aikin, 1822.
Guy Fawkes, or the Gunpowder Treason: an Historical Romance, William Harrison Ainsworth, 3 vols, London, 1841.
The Story of Gunpowder., Kenneth Allen, 1973.
"The Writings of Fr. Henry Garnet, S.J. (1555-1606)". by: A.E. Allison, in Biographical Studies, I, 1951.
James I by his Contemporaries.- Robert Ashton, ed., 1969.
"The Catholic Recusants of the West Riding of Yorkshire, 1558-1790". by: Hugh Aveling, Dom. O.S.B., in: Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, X 1963.
"The Marriages of Catholic Recusants" by: Hugh Aveling, Dom. O.S.B. in: Journal of Ecclesiastical Histor.y, 14, 1963.
Post Reformation Cathjolicism in East Yorkshire 1558-1790 - Hugh Aveling Dom. O.S.B. , 1960.
The Handle and the Axe: The Catholic recusants in England from Reformation to Emancipation.,- J.C.H. Aveling, 1976.
Sovereignty and Intelligence, Spying and Court Culture in the English Renaissance.-J.M. Archer 1993.
Northern Catholics.-H. Aveling, 1970.
A Sermon preach'd at the Cathedral Church of York, November 5, 1745, Being the Anniversary thanksgiving, for our happy Deliverance from the most treacherous and bloody intended Massacre by Gunpowder Samuel Baker, (York 17845)
The Sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the tenth day of November, being the next Sunday after the Discouerie of this late Horrible Treason- William Barlow, 1606
The Household Papers of Henry Percy, Ninth Earl of Northumberland (1564-1632)-ed:G.R. Batho, 1962.
"The Wizard Earl in the Tower 1605-1621., in: History Today, 6, 1956.
The Divine warning to the Church, at this Time, of our present Enemies, Dangers, and Duties, and asto our future Prospects., Edward Bickersteth, London 1842.
The Court and times of James the First-ed-Thomas Birch, 1849.
An Historical View of Negotiations between the Courts of England, France and Brussels, 1592-1617, -Thomas Birch, 1749.
Correspondence of King James VI of Scotland with Sir Robert Cecil and others in england...-ed: John Bruce, 1861.
The Sceptical Chemist-Robert Boyle, 1661.
Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage-Sir Edward Burke.
The Tudor Law of Treason-John Bellamy, 1979.
"The Court of the First Stuart Queen." by: Leeds Barroll., in: The Mental World of the Jacobean Court, ed. Linda L. Peck, Cambridge, 1991.
The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale.-Bernard Bassett, 1967.
"The Character of English Catholicism"., by: John Bossy, In: Crisis in Europe 1560-1660., ed. Trevor Aston, 1970.
"The English Catholic Community 1603-1605". by: John Bossy., In: The Reign of King James VI and I. ed: A.G.R. Smith, 1973.
In the Footsteps of the Gunpowder Plotters: a Journey through History in Middle England.,-Conall Boyle, 1994.
Make a Noise Tom, A farce Occasioned by the Lighting of a Loyal Bonfire with that Brush of Iniquity Mr. B__y, who was burnt in Effigie in the Town of Wakefieeld in Yorkshire, Thomas Bradbury, London 1718.
The History of Oxford University, Vol.76, Nineteenth-Century Oxford, Part2., ed., M.G. Brock and M.C. Curthoys, Oxford 2000.
A History of Fireworks, Alan St. H. Brock, London, 1949.
Another Sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament, November the Fifth, 1641., Cornelius Burges.
A Sermon preached before the House of Peers in the Abbey of Westminster on the 5th of November 1689. Being Gun-Powder Treason Day, as likewise the day of his Majesties Landing in England, Gilbert Burnet, London 1689.
Elizabethan Life in Town and Country.,-M. StClare Byrne, 1961.
The Works of Ben Jonson-Barry Cornwall, 1838
Life of Mary Ward- Mary C.E. Chambers, 1882.
The Reality of the Powder Plot vindicated freom some recent Misrepresentations. A Sermon preached before the University of Oxford at St. Mary's on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1805, Ralph Churton, Oxford, 1806.
Henry Garnet and the Gunpowder Plot-Father Philip Caraman, S.J., 1964.
State Trials-ed . William Cobbett.
Isaac Casaubon's Letters-Hage Comitius, 1638
John Gerard: The Autobiography of an Elizabethan-ed: Philip Caraman.1956.
Trial of Guy Fawkes and others (The Gunpowder Plot)-ed. Donald Carswell, 1934.
The Reports...: Sir Edward Coke, (eds-J.F. Thomas and J.F. Fraser), 1826.
Robert Cecil in Power: Elizabethan Politics in Two Reigns-Thomas M Coakley, 1970.
Forgotten Shrines-Bede Camm Dom.O.S.B., 1910.
The Other Face. Catholic life under Elizabeth I-Philip Caraman ed, 1960.
Henry Garnet 1553-1606 and the Gunpowder Plot, Philip Caraman, London, 1964.
The Years of Siege: Catholic life from James I to Cromwell.- Philip Caraman ed., 1966.
St. Winefride and her Well: the historical background-T. Charles-Edwards.
A History of the English Speaking Peoples, Winston S. Churchill, 4 vols., London,1956.
"English Catholics and the Papal Disposing Power, 1570-1640"., by: T. Clancy, S.J. in: Recusant History, 6, 1961.
Papist Pamphleteers-T.H. Clancy, S.J., 1964.
Youth and Revolution in the 1790s: Letters of William Pattisson, Thomas Amyot and Henry Crabb Robinson, ed. Penelope J. Corfield and Chris Evans, Stroud, 1996.
Bonfires and Bells: national memory and the Protestant calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England-David Cressy., 1989.
"The Fifth of November Remembered"., by: David Cressy in: Myths of the English., ed. Roy Porter, Oxford, 1992.
"The Reputation of Robert Cecil: libels, political opinion and popular awareness in the early seventeenth century"., by: Pauline Croft, in: Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 6th series, I, 1990.
"Robert Cecil and the Early Jacobean Court"., by: Pauline Croft. in: The Mental World of the Jacobean Court., ed. Linda Levy Peck, 1991.
King James, Pauline Croft, London,2004.
Guy Fawkes Day and Fresh Creek, Andros Island., Daniel J. Crowley, Man, 58, 1958.
"The Revival of the Entourage: the bedchamber of James I, 1603-1625"., by: Neil Cuddy, in: The English Court from the wars of the Roses to the Civil War. ed David Starkey, 1987.
De Puluerea Coniuratione. (On the Gunpowder Plot)-Campion, Thomas, ed David Lindley Leeds., 1987.
A Life of Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury - A.Cecil, 1915.
The Religion of Protestants, the Church in English Society, 1559-1625-P. Collinson, 1982.
"Robert Persons" Climate of Resistance and the Gunpowder Plot." by M. Carrafiello,In: The Seventeenth Century.,1998.
The Whole Works of that most reverend Father in God, Sir William Dawes, Brt, Late Archbishop of York, Primate of England and Metropolitan William Dawes (3 vols.,) London, 1733
Johnson's Romish Plot: a study of Catiline and its historical context.,-B.N. DeLuna, 1967.
The Diary of John Eveyln, ed. E.S. DeBeer, 6 vols., Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1955
"The Spanish Treason, the Gunpowder Plot and the Catholic Refuggees" by: A. H. Dodd, In: The English Historical Review, LIII, 1938, pp. 627-50.
Intended Treason-Paul Durst, 1970.
St. Winefride's Well: a history and guide. An Illustrated description.-Christopher David, Rev..,1993.
The Life of Robert Southwell poet and martyr- Christopher Devlin., 1967.
"The First Stages of Romanist Recusancy in Yorkshire, 1560-1590". by: A. G. Dickens., in: Yorkshire Archaeological Journal., 37, 1943.
"The Extent and Character of Recusancy in Yorkshire, 1604" by: A. G. Dickens., in: Yorkshire Archeological Journal., 37, 1945.
The Stripping of the Altars:traditional religion in England c 1400-1500.-Eamon Duffy., 1992.
English Catholicism 1558-1642: community and change.,-Alan Dures, 1983.
The Fawkes of York in the Sixteenth Century, Including Notices of the Early History of Guy Fawkes., -Robert Davies., (1850) 1976.
Jonson's Romish Plot; A study in Catiline and its historical context.-B. De Luna, 1967
Her Majesty's Tower-W.H. Dixon, 1885.
Guy Fawkes: The Real Story of the Gunpowder Plot?- Francis Edwards, 1969.
The Jesuits in England: from 1580 to the present day-Francis Edwards S.J, 1985.
"Still Investigating Gunpowder Plot". by: Francis Edwards, S.J., in: Recusant History, 212, 1993.
The Sociology of a Recurrent Ceremonial Drama: Lewes Guy Fawkes Night, 1800-1903, James Edward Etherington, PhD dissertation, Open Unversity, 1988.
Lewes Bonfire Night: a Short History of the Guy Fawkes Celebrations, James Eward Etherington, S.B. Publications, Seaford, East Sussex, 1993.
Records of the English Province of the Society of Jesus-Henry Foley, 1875-83.
"The Ecclesiastical Policy of King James I" by: Kenneth Fincham and Lake,Peter in: Journal of British Studies, XXIV, April 1985, pp. 169-207.
Secret Chambers and Hiding-Places-Allan Fea, 1908.
The Wealth of Five Northamptonshire Families 1540-1640.-Mary E. Finch, 1956.
The Folklore of American Holidays-ed. Hennig Cohen and Tristram Potter Coffin.
The Origins and Developments of Fire Arms and Gunpowder-P. H. Francis, Rev., 1961.
Faith And Treason-The Story of the Gunpowder Plot.,-Antonia Fraser ,1996. U.S.A. version of: The Gunpowder Plot- Terror and Faith in 1605.-Antonia Fraser, 1996.
The Gunpowder Plot Succeeds., Antonia Fraser, in: What Might Have Been, Andrew Roberts ed. London 2004.
The Pope Burning Processions of the Late Seventeenth Century., O.W. Furley, History, 44, 1959.
The Gunpowder Plot
of 1605. Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1997.
"Two Declarations of Garnet relating to the Gunpowder Plot" in The English Historical Review, III, 1888,ed: Samuel Rawson Gardiner, pp. 510-19.
History of England, Vol. I- S.R. Gardiner, 1890
What the Gunpowder Plot Was- S. R. Gardiner, 1897.
Portrait of Guy Fawkes-Henry Garnett, 1962.
A Sermon preached in Christ Church, Dublin, on Monday, the 5th of November 1753, being the Anniversary of the Gunpowder-Plot and the happy Arrival of King William III, John Garnett, Dublin, 1753.
What Was the Gunpowder Plot?-Father John Gerard, 1897.
The Gunpowder Plot and the Gunpowder Plotters-Father John Gerard, 1897.
Thomas Winter's Confession and the Gunpowder Plot-Father John Gerard 1898.
The Court of King James the First-Bishop Godfrey Goodman-1839.
Burn Holy Fire; Religion in Lewes Since the Reformation., Jeremy Goring, Cambridge, 2003.
Terror.- Conor Gearty, 1991.
The Autobiography of an Elizabethan.-John Gerard, trans Philip Caraman, 1951.
"Traditional History and the Spanish Treason of 1601-1603."- by: John Gerard, in: The Month, 87-1896.
A Complete account of the buildings erected in Northamptonshire by Sir Thomas Tresham.,-Alfred J. Gotch, 1883.
Old Halls and Manor Houses of Northamptonshire.,-Alfred J. Gotch, 1936.
"Catholics and Politics: the Worcester Election of 1604"., - by: Ian D. Grosvenor in:Recusant History., 14, 1977-80.
Medusa's Gaze, Cauistry and Conscience in the Renaissance.-L. Gallagher, 1991.
Recusant Poets.,-L. Guiney, 1938.
The Return of the Native, Thomas Hardy, Penguin Classics edn, Harmondsworth, 1999.
London Crowds in the Reign of Charles II: Propaganda and Politics from the Restoration until the Exclusion Crisis., Tim Harris, Cambridge, 1987.
Halloween Spree BeatsGuyFawkes., Stephan Hayward,Sunday Mirror, 17 October 2004.
A complete Collection of State Trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors-ed: T. B. Howell et. al., 1809-28.
Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, 1563-1612 Servant of Two Soverigns-Alan Haynes, 1989.
A Survey of Worcestershire.,-Thomas Habington, ed. John Amphlet of Cleat, 1896.
English Reformations-Christopher Haigh, 1993.
The Second Cecil: the rise to power 1563-1604 of Sir Robert Cecil, later first Earl of Salisbury.,-P.M. Handover, 1959.
A Jacobean Journal: being a record of those things most talked of during hte years 1599-1603.-G. B. Harrison.
The Gunpowder Plot.,-Alan Haynes, 1944.
The Every-Day and Table Book; or an everlasting Calendar of popular Amusements, Sports, Pastimes, Ceremonies, Manners, Customs and Events.,William Hone, 3 vols, London, 1838.
A Land of Liberty? England 1689-1727., Julien Hoppit, Oxford, 2000.
"The Wyntours of Huddington and the Gunpowder Plot" by: John Humphreys, in: Transactions of the Birmingham and Midlands INstitute, XXX, 1904, pp. 47-88.
"The Habingtons of Hindlip and the Gunpowder Plot": by John Humphreys in: Transactions of the Birmingham and Midlands Institute, XXX, 1905, pp. 47-66.
"A Retrospect Gunpowder Plot and the Politics of Dissent" :by: Joel Hurstfield in: Freedom Corruption and Government in Elizabethan England., 1973. pp. 327-51
Mischeefes Mysterie or Treasons Master-Peece, The Powder Plot.-Francis Herring. Amsterdam: Da Capo Press, 1671
"Sir Robert Cecil, Father Persons and the Succession. 1600-1601. by: L. Hicks, S.J. in: Archivum Historicum Societatis jesu, 24, 1955.
"Father Robert Persons S.J. and the Book of Succession." in: Recusant History, 4,1957.
Tudor Women: commoners and queens.,- Pearl Hogrefe, 1975.
Resistance and Compromise: the political thought of Elizabethan Catholics-Peter Holmes, 1982.
"Robert Cecil Earl of Salisbury: minister of Elizabeth and James I." by: Joel Hurstfield in: History Today.,7, 1957.
The Rise and Fall of Merry England 1400-1700- Ronald Hutton, 1994.
The Stations of the Sun: a History of the Ritual Year in Britain., Ronald Hutton, Oxford, 1996.
Elizabethian Priest Holes,East Anglia, Baddesley Clinton, Hindlip.,-Michael Hodgetts.,1989.
James I & VI-T.F. Henderson, 1904.
Rome and the Counter-Reformation.-P Hughes, 1942.
Freedom, Corruption and Government in Elizabethan England.-J. Hurstfield, 1973.
"Gunpowder and its Association with the Crown.", by: O.F.G. Hoag, Journal of the Royal Artillery., LXXX,1944.
A Treatise on Equivocation-David Jardine 1851
"Observations on the historical evidence supporting the Implication of Lord Mounteagle as a Conspiratror in the Gunpowder Treason."- by: David Jardine in: Archaeologicia, XXIX, 1844.
A Reading on the Use of Torture in the Criminal Law of England previously to the Commonwealth-David Jardine, 1837.
"Remarks upon letters of Thomas Winter and Lord Mounteagle Lately discovered by John Bruce, Esq., F.S.a., Archaeologia, XXIX, 1844.
The History of the Noble House of Stourton- Chas. Botolph Joseph, Lord Mobray, Seagrave and Stourton-1899.
Criminal Trials-David Jardine, 1832-5
The Gunpowder Plot and Life of Robert Catesby also an account of Chastleton House., -W.K. Jordan, 1936.
The Development of Religous Toleration in England from the Accession of James I to the Convention of the Long Parliament (1603-1640).II.-W.K. Jordan, 1936.
Robert Southwell-P. Janelle, 1935.
The Gunpowder Plot-M.W.Jones, 1909.
William Cecil: The Execuution of Justice in England.-R. M. Kindon, ed.1583, Reprint 1967
State Crimes-H.M. King, M.P.,1967.
Liturgicae Britannicae-William D.D. Keeling, 1842.
The Masses and Motets of William Byrd.-Joseph Kerman, 1981.
"Conspiracy and Conscience a Psychological study of the Gunpowder Plot.", by: J. Knipe, in: The Seventeenth Century., January/April 1930.
The Diary of Samuel Pepys, ed. Robert Latham and William Matthews (11 Volumes) London, 1970-83.
The Life of a Conspirator (Digby)-Thos. Longueville,1895.
"Anti-Popery: The Structure of a Prejudice". by:Peter Lake in: Conflict in Early Stuart England:Studies in Religion and Politics 1603-1642, eds. Richard Cust and Ann Hughes, 1989,pp 72- 106.
"Who Can't Pray With Me, Can't Love Me.":Toleration and the Early Jacobean Recuwsancy Policy" by: John J. La Rocca in: Journal of British Studies, XXIII No. 2, 1984, pp. 22-36.
"James I and his Catholic Subjects 1606-12 Some Financial Implications" by: John J. LaRocca in: Recusant History, XVIII, 1987, pp. 251-62.
"Guy Fawkes in Spain: The Spanish Treason in Spanish Documents". by: Albert J. Loomie in: Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, Special Supplement 9, 1971.
Stuart Royal Proclamations.,-James F. Larkin and Hughes, Paul L, 1973-80.
James I and Henri VI: an essay in English foreign policy, 1603-1610.-Maurice Lee, Jr., 1970.
"Three Sites in the City of York". by: Katharine M. Longley, In : Recusant History, 12, 1973.
The Spanish Elizabethans: exiles at the Court of Philip II-Albert J. Loomie., S.J., 1963.
"Toleration and Diplomacy: the religious issue in Anglo-Spanish relations, 1603-1605." by: Albert J. Loomie, S.J. in: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society., New Series, 53, Pt. 6, 1963.
"Philip III and the Stuart Succession in England, 1600-1603". by: Albert J. Loomie, S.j., in: Revu Belge de Philogie et d'Historie, 43, 1965.
"King James I's Catholic Consort"., by: Albert J. Loomie S.J., Huntington Library Quarterly, 34, 1971.
Spain and the Jacobean Catholics- Albert J. Loomie, S.J., 1973.
Great Britain's Solomon:James VI & I in his three Kingdoms.-M. Lee. Jnr., 1990.
Lancelot Andrewes, The Preacher, The Origins of the Mystical Theology of the Church of England-N. Lossky, 1991.
A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September 1678 to April 1714.,Narcissus Luttrell, 6 Vols., Oxford 1857.
"On a Picture Commemorative.", by: L. G. Wickham Legg.,
in: Archaeologia, 1934.
Guy Faux: or, the Gunpowder Treaon: an Historical Melo-Drama in Three Acts, George Macfarren, Cumberland's Minor Theatre edn, London 1879.
The Diary of Ralph Josselin, 1616-1683., Alan Macfarlane., Records of Economic and Social History, new series. 3, 1976.
The Strange Death of Edmund Godfrey: Plots and Politics in Restoration London., Alan Mareshal, Stroud, 1999.
England and the Catholic Church under Queen Elizabeth-Arnold Oskar Meyer, 1967.
A Sermon Preached at Harold's Cross Church, Dublin on Sunday November 56, 1843, Robert J. M'Ghee, Dublin 1843.
Catholic Subjects of Elizabeth I .-Adrian Morey., 1978.
The Condition of Catholics Under James I- ed. Father John Morris, 1872
Papists and Puritans Under Elizabeth I-Patrick McGrath, 1967.
Elizabeth Tudor, The Lonely Queen-Sir Arthur S. MacNalty.
The Wisest Fool in Christendom-Wm. McElwee, 1958
"Father Henry Garnet's Tretise of Equivocation" by: A. E. Malloch, In: Recusant History, XV, pp. 387-95.
Controversies of the Jacobean Age: A Survey of Printed Sources, P. Milward, 1978.
The Identification of the writer of the Anonymous Letter to Lord Monteagle in 1605. -George Blacker Morgan,1916.
The Great English Treason for Religion known as Gunpowder Plot...-George Blacker Morgan,1931-2.
The Guilford Guy Riots: Being an Exact Description of the Terrible Disturbances in the County Town of Surrey, Gavan Morgan, Guilford, 1992.
The Political Works of James I- C.H. McIlwain, ed., 1918.
The English Recusants: a study of post-Reformation Cathoic survival and the operation of recusancy laws.-Brian Magee, 1938
Catholicism in England: the portrait of a minority: its culture and tradition-David Mathew, 1948.
Religion in the Popular Prints, 1600-1832-John Miller, 1986.
The troubles of our Catholic forefathers.,-John Morris, S.J., 1872.
"The Life of Father John Gerard" by Father Oswald Tesimond in: The Condition of Catholics Under James I- ed. Father John Morris, 1872.
"James I and the Growth of Mutual Distrust: King Commons and reform, 1603-1604. by: R.C.Munden in: Faction and Parliament:essays in early Stuart History., ed. Kevin Sharpe, 1978.
V for Vendetta-Alan Moore illustrated by David Lloyd, 1988, DC Comics.
Victorian Exeter, Robert Newton, Leicester, 1968.
Parades and the Politics of the Street: Festive Culture in the Early American Republic., Simon P. Newman, Philadelphia, 1997.
The Progresses, processions and magnificent festivities of King James the First-ed:John Gough Nichols, 1828.
"Investigating Gunpowder Plot" by: Mark Nicholls In: Recusant History, XIX, 1988, pp.124-45.
Investigating the Gunpowder Plot- Mark Nicholls,1991.
"Treason's Reward: the punishment of conspirators in the Rye Plot of 1603." by: Mark Nicholls in: Historical Journal, 38, 1995.
Remember , Remember the Fifth of November: Anglocentrism and anti-Catholicism in the English Gunpowder sermons, 1605-1651- T. S. Nowak, 1992 (Phd Thesis)
The Night of the Fires- produced/Compiled by David Perry, BBC Radio 3, 11 Nov.1994.
"Copy of the original death-warrant of Humphrey Littleton.", in: Archaeologia., XV, 1803.
Why Was There So Little Reaction to Gunpowder Plot?., Journal of Ecclesiastical History, A.W.R.E. Okines. 55, 2004.
A sermon preached in the Holy Trinity Chapel, Bordesley, Birmingham, on the Morning of the twenty-first Sunday after Trinity being the Anniversary of the Gunpowder Treason, Joseph Oldknow, London, 1843.
Elizabeth of Bohemia.,-Carola Oman, 1964.
Lancelot Andrewes-R.I. Ottley, 1891.
Bonfire Night in Mid Victorian Northamptonshire: the Politics of a Popular Revel., D.G.Paz. Historical Research, 63, 1990
Gunpowder, Treason and Plot-Northcote C. Parkinson, 1976.
Northhampton: patronage and policy at the court of James I-Linda Levy Peck, 1982.
Court Patronage and Corruption in Early Stuart England.-Linda Levy Peck, 1990.
Mary Ward: a world in contemplation.-Henriette Peters, trans.: Helen Butterworth, 1994.
The Mental World of the Jacobean Court.-Linda Levy Peck ed., 1994.
A bibliography of Fireworks Books: Works on Recreative Fireworks from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century, Chris Philip, Winchester 1985.
The Institution of the Archpriest Blackwell.,-J.H. Pollen, S.J, 1916.
Robert Parsons-J. Parish, 1966.
Sir Kenelm Digby, The Ornament of England, 1603-65.-R.T. Petersson, 1956.
Father Garnet and the Gunpowder Plot.-J.H. Pollen, 1888.
The Regal Phantasm-C. Pye, 1990.
"Ordnance Records and The Gunpowder Plot" by: ed:N.A.M. Roger in: Bulletin of the Instituite of Historical Research, LIII, 1980,pp 124-5.
Cases of Conscience:alternatives open to recusants and Puritains under Elizabeth I and James I.,-Elliot Rose, 1975.
"Recusant Women 1560-1640" by: Marie B. Rowlands in: Women in English Society 1500-1800. ed Mary Prior, 1985.
Campion and Persons.-E. Reynolds, 1980.
Richard Verstegen.-E. Rombauts,1933.
History in Hiding-S. Ross, 1991.
"An English Tailor and Father Garnet's Straw.", by: H.L.
Rogers., In:Review of English Studies., ns, XVI, 1965.
The Perils of false Bretheren, both in Church, and State: set forth in a Sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of London; at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, on the fifth of November, 1709, Henry Sacheverell, London, 1709
The Devil of the Vault- E.N. Simons, 1963.
A History of the Gunpowder Plot- Philip Sidney, 1904.
Somers' Tracts-Baron Sir John Somers
"Please to Remember the Fifth of November." Conflich, Solidarity and Public Order in Southern England, 1815-1900", In Robert D. Storch,ed., Popular Culture in Nineteenth-century England, Robert D. Storch, London 1982.
Annales, or, a Generall Chronicle of England...-John Stow (ed. Edmond Howes) 1631.
The Church of England under God, an impregnable Bulwark against Popery, Philip Stubs, London, 1704.
Treason in Tudor England: Politics and Paranoia-Lacey Baldwin Smith, 1986.
The Jesuits and the Catholic Reformation.,-J.J. Scarisbrick., 1988
"The Early Years of Henry Frederick Price of Wales, and Charles, Duke of Albany.", by: Walter W. Seton in: Scottish Historical Review, 13, 1915-16.
American Patriots and the Rituals of Revolution.,- Peter Shaw, 1981.
The Reign of James VI and I.,-Alan G.R. Smith, ed., 1973.
Antiquities of Westminister: the Old Palace, St. Stephen's Chpel....-John Thomas Smith, 1807.
A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts...-John Baron Somers, 1809-15.
King James VI and I., Political Writings, ed. Johann P. Sommerville, Cambridge, 1994.
The Elizabethan Recusant House, Comprising The Life of the Lady Magdalen Viscountess Montague (1538-1508)-A. C. Southern, ed.,1954.
Secret Hiding Places.-Granville Squires, 1933.
Guido Fawkes: or, the Prophetess of Ordsall Cave: a Melo Drama, Edward Stirling, Duncombe's edn, London, n.d.
"Anne of Denmark, Queen of Great Britain.", by: Joseph Stevenson, S.J., in: The Month.,37, 1879.
"Guy Fawkes Celebrations in Victorian Exeter".,by: Roger Swift, in: History Today., 31, 1981.
John Donne's 1622 Gunpowder Plot Sermon- Jeanne Shami, 1996.
Popish Policies...-E. Stephens, 1674
The Spectacle of Suffering.-P. Spierenburg,1984.
Recusant Records-ed: Clare Talbot, 1961.
Constitutional Documents of the Reign of James I.-ed.: J.R. Tanner, 1960.
A Mappe of Rome: lively exhibiting her mercilesse Meeknesse, and cruell Mercies to the Church of God: preached in five Sermons, on Occasion of the Gunpowder Treason., Thomas Taylor, London 1619.
"Guy Fawkes and the Powder Plot".by: S.M. Toyne, in: History Today, I, 1951 pp. 16-24.
The Catholic Laity in Elizabethan England.,-W.R. Trimble, 1964.
The Poetical Works of the Rev. Robert Southwell., - ed. William B Turnbull, 1856.
Fire from Heaven Life in an English Town in the Seventeenth Century, David Underdown, London 1992.
"The Death of Francis Tresham".By: Joan Wake ed., In- Northamptonshire Past and Present, II, 1954, pp. 31-41.
"An Account of the Essex Revolt, February 1601" by: Alison Wall ed in Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, LIV, 1981, pp. 131-3.
Old and New London- Edward Walford
Church Papists: Catholicism, conformity and confessional polemic in early modern England.-Alexandria Walsham, 1993.
Providence in Early Modern England, Alexandra Walsham, Oxford, 1997.
The Gunpowder Plot and the Life of Robert Catesby, also an Account of Chastleton House., M. Whitmore Jones, (London, 1909)
The Beleagurered Isle: A Study of Elizabethan and Jacobean anti-Catholicism"., In: Past and Present, 51, Carol Z. Wiener (1971)
"The Gunpowder Plot." By: H.R. Williamson., in: World Review.,November 1950. Winwood's Memorials-1725
The History of Great Britain, being the Life and Reign of King James the First-Arthur Wilson,1653.
King James IV &I-D. Harris Willson, 1956
Gunpowder Treason and Plot.-Lewis Winstock.,1973.
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