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‘The Horrid Popish Plot’Roger L’Estrange and the Circulation of Political Discourse in Late Seventeenth-Century London$
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Peter Hinds

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780197264430

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: January 2012

DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197264430.001.0001

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‘Hell, and Rome…have long been confederate against us’:1 Jesuits and Protestantism

‘Hell, and Rome…have long been confederate against us’:1 Jesuits and Protestantism

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(p.168) Chapter 5 ‘Hell, and Rome…have long been confederate against us’:1 Jesuits and Protestantism
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‘The Horrid Popish Plot’
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Peter Hinds

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British Academy
DOI:10.5871/bacad/9780197264430.003.0006

This chapter discusses how Jesuits were represented and perceived in popular discourse. It looks at the significance of this perception throughout the Popish Plot. It considers in detail how the Jesuits were represented and perceived in relation to Protestant Dissent and the Church of England. This discussion reveals the importance of certain keywords, together with the battle for their appropriation and the significance of the long-term, underlying structures of anti-Catholic thought.

Keywords:   Jesuits, popular discourse, Protestant Dissent, Church of England, keywords

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