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date: 16 June 2019

(p. xi) List of Figures

(p. xi) List of Figures

  1. I.1 William Dobson, Charles II (When Prince of Wales, with a Page), Scottish National Portrait Gallery 2

  2. 1.1 Den Afgrysselikken Start‐Man (The Horrible Tail‐Man), Dutch satire on Oliver Cromwell during the Anglo‐Dutch Wars (c.1652). © The Trustees of the British Museum. Kk, 5.6.97 34

  3. 2.1 Detail from A Solemn League and Covenant, print by Wenceslaus Hollar (1643) © The Trustees of the British Museum. 1862, 0712.11956

  4. 11.1 Sculptured bust of Robert Herrick on a pedestal with inscription, engraved frontispiece to Herrick, Hesperides (1648) © The Trustees of the British Museum, 1896, 1230.83. 225

  5. 14.1 Portrait of John Lilburne, standing before the bar, from The Triall of Lieut. Collonell John Lilburne…at the Guildhall in London (1649) © The Trustees of the British Museum. P, 4.146 276

  6. 15.1 William Marshall frontispiece portrait of Charles I at prayer, Eikon Basilike (1649) © The Trustees of the British Museum. 1868, 0808.13507 298

  7. 18.1 Anon., The Ranters Monster: Being a true Relation of one Mary Adams, living at Tillingham in Essex, who named herself the Virgin Mary (London, printed for George Horton, 1652), title page [British Library, Thomason E 658(6)] © The British Library Board. All Rights Reserved 20/10/2011 347

  8. 18.2 Anon., The rovting of the Ranters Being a full Relation of their uncivil carriages, and blasphemous words and actions at their mad meetings ([London], published by authority, and printed by B[ernard] A[lsop], 1650), title page [British Library, Thomason E 616(9)] © The British Library Board. All Rights Reserved 20/10/2011 359

  9. 18.3 I[ohn] R[eading?], The Ranters Ranting: with The apprehending, examinations, and confession of Iohn Collins, I. Shakespear, Tho. Wiberton, and five more which are to answer the next Sessions (London, printed by B[ernard] Alsop, 1650), title page [British Library, Thomason E 618(8)] © The British Library Board. All Rights Reserved 20/10/2011 360

  10. 18.4 Timothy Stubs [pseud.], The Ranters Declaration, with Their new Oath and Protestation; their strange Votes, and a new way to get money (London, printed by J[ane] C[oe?], MDCL [1650]), title page [British (p. xii) Library, Thomason E 620(2)] © The British Library Board. All Rights Reserved 20/10/2011 361

  11. 20.1 Allegorical title page to Hobbes, Leviathan (1651). © The Trustees of the British Museum. 1858, 0417.283 399

  12. 22.1 Engraved title page, Saint Augustine's Confessions Translated (1631). STC 912. By Permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library 428

  13. 27.1 Title page and frontispiece portrait of Henrietta Maria, The Queens Closet Opened (1656 edition) *AC85.A191.Zz656m. Houghton Library, Harvard University 521

  14. 37.1 Robert White, Portrait of John Bunyan in later life, graphite on vellum, finished in metalpoint, c.1679. © The Trustees of the British Museum, Gg, 1.493 695