- Title Pages
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The ‘Rise of Puritanism’ and the Legalizing of Dissent, 1571–1719
- 3. The Cohabitation of the Faithful with the Unfaithful
- 4. The French and Walloon Communities in London, 1550–1688
- 5. From Persecution to Integration: The Decline of the Anglo-Dutch Communities in England, 1648–1702
- 6. William III and Toleration
- 7. The Claim to Freedom of Conscience: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Thought, Freedom of Worship?
- 8. The Deist Challenge
- 9. The Jews of England and 1688
- 10. Disorder and Innovation: The Reshaping of the French Churches of London after the Glorious Revolution
- 11. The Reception of the Huguenots in England and the Dutch Republic, 1680–1690
- 12. The Twilight of Puritanism in the Years before and after 1688
- 13. The Theory of Religious Intolerance in Restoration England
- 14. English Catholics after 1688
- 15. Toleration and Religion after 1688
- Appendix I. Note on Medal Commemorating the Glorious Revolution and the Toleration Act
- Appendix II. Facsimile of the Printed Text of the Toleration Act (1689)
- From Persecution to Toleration
- Oxford University Press
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