Addressing Authority: Petitions and Supplications in Early Modern Europe

Brodie Waddell How can we study the sort of people who – according to William Harrison’s oft-quoted phrase – had ‘neither voice nor authority in the commonwealth’? This is a question we have return…

Source: Addressing Authority: Petitions and Supplications in Early Modern Europe

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