- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 The Problem of Political Counsel in Medieval and Early Modern England and Scotland*
- 2 ‘Lele consail for the comoun profite’: Kings, Guardians and Councils in the Scottish Kingdom, c.1250–1450
- 3 Counsel and the King’s Council in England, c.1340–c.1540*
- 4 Counsel and Conscience in Lancastrian England
- 5 Locality, Polity and the Politics of Counsel: Royal and Urban Councils in England, 1420–1429
- 6 ‘Perverst counsale’? Rebellion, Satire and the Politics of Advice in Fifteenth-Century Scotland*
- 7 Councils, Counsel and Consensus in Henry VIII’s Reformation
- 8 Elizabeth I and Counsel*
- 9 ‘Jerusalem thou dydst promyse to buylde up’: Kingship, Counsel and Early Elizabethan Drama*
- 10 Consultation, Counsel and the ‘Early Stuart Period’ in Scotland
- 11 Councils, Providence and Political Legitimacy in Early Virginia
- 12 Counsel and Covenant: Aristocratic Conciliarism and the Scottish Revolution
- 13 Sir Edward Hyde and the Problem of Counsel in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Royalist Thought*
- 14 Councils, Counsel and the Seventeenth-Century Composite State*
- The Politics of Counsel in England and Scotland, 1286-1707
- British Academy
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