William Cecil, Ireland, and the Tudor state /
|Main Creator:||Maginn, Christopher.|
"William Cecil, Ireland, and the Tudor State explores the complex relationship which existed between England and Ireland in the Tudor period, using the long association of William Cecil (1520-1598) with Ireland as a vehicle for historical enquiry. That Cecil, Queen Elizabeth's most trusted advisor and the most important figure in England after the queen herself, consistently devoted his attention and considerable energies to the kingdom of Ireland is a seldom-explored aspect of his life and his place in the Tudor age"--Back cover.
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Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012.
Dust jacket available. See entry for [Miscellaneous dust jackets removed from 12A collection items] in the NLI catalogue.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -245) and index.
Physical description: xi, 254 p. : maps, facsim. ; 24 cm.
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|12A 2355||Main Reading Room||Books|