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One Scribe, Two Recusant Miscellanies, Two Provincial Locations: The Case of Hand B

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The distribution of textual materials into provincial miscellanies needs investigation, with recusant texts as a special case. This paper looks again at the case of “Hand B” in Constance Aston-Fowler’s miscellany (HM 904), which is also the chief hand of Bodleian Eng.poet.b.5. The first, from the 1630s, comes from Staffordshire; the second, from the 1650s, was used on yeoman farms in Wootten Wawen, Warwickshire. The first is a personal collection in a landed family, collecting poetry contributed by family and friends; the second is of devotional material made for community use. The commonly held assumption that Hand B is the work of Gertrude Aston Thimelby can be shown to be wrong, with many other influential assumptions about hands in HM 904, and what emerges is a fascinating story of priestly influence and Jesuit sources across three decades in the middle of the seventeenth century.
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Brown, Cedric. "One Scribe, Two Recusant Miscellanies, Two Provincial Locations: The Case of Hand B" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the RSA Annual Meeting, Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC,, <Not Available>. 2014-11-24 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p524359_index.html>

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Brown, C. C. "One Scribe, Two Recusant Miscellanies, Two Provincial Locations: The Case of Hand B" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the RSA Annual Meeting, Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC, <Not Available>. 2014-11-24 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p524359_index.html

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Abstract: The distribution of textual materials into provincial miscellanies needs investigation, with recusant texts as a special case. This paper looks again at the case of “Hand B” in Constance Aston-Fowler’s miscellany (HM 904), which is also the chief hand of Bodleian Eng.poet.b.5. The first, from the 1630s, comes from Staffordshire; the second, from the 1650s, was used on yeoman farms in Wootten Wawen, Warwickshire. The first is a personal collection in a landed family, collecting poetry contributed by family and friends; the second is of devotional material made for community use. The commonly held assumption that Hand B is the work of Gertrude Aston Thimelby can be shown to be wrong, with many other influential assumptions about hands in HM 904, and what emerges is a fascinating story of priestly influence and Jesuit sources across three decades in the middle of the seventeenth century.


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