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The writers, the artificers and the livery companies
Tracey Hill

two occasions the Wardens of the Yeomanry met Zachary Taylor and Robert Norman, the artificers, not John Taylor, the poet (unless he was one of the Writers, artificers and livery companies 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 107 ‘others’ mentioned, although not by name) (Clothworkers’ accounts, 1634–35, fol. 11r–v). Watanabe-O’Kelly has aptly noted ‘the mania of early modern . . . bureaucracy for recording everything’ (‘Early modern European festivals’, p. 19). The almost neurotic level of detail in the Ironmongers’ minutes is such that we even learn that some

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Mirrors of French ideals?
Alison Forrestal

(Saint-Malo 1618). 3 See, for example, Jean-Pierre Camus, Les Devoirs paroissiaux (Paris 1642); Jean-Pierre Camus, Les Emplois de l’ecclesiastique du clergé (Paris 1643). 4 Molinier, Donadieu, p. 8. 5 Noulleau, Villazel. Noulleau (1607–72) enjoyed excellent relations with Villazel, to whom he owed his position as diocesan théologal: Brémond, Histoire, vii, pp. 197–214. 6 Peter Burke, ‘How to Become a Counter-Reformation Saint’, in Kaspar von Greyerz (ed.), Religion and Society in Early Modern Europe (London 1984), pp. 45–55; Rudolph Bell and Donald Weinstein, Saints

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