British and Irish Emigrants and Exiles in Europe, 1603-1688 by David Worthington

By David Worthington

This booklet includes the 1st full-length comparability of Scottish, Irish, English and Welsh migration inside of Europe within the early sleek interval. Divided into 4 sections - 'Immigrants and Civilian Life', 'Diplomats and Travellers', 'Protestants and consumers' and 'Catholics at domestic and in another country' - it bargains a brand new viewpoint on a number of issues. individuals elucidate networks of investors, squaddies, in addition to students and spiritual figures. fabric relating to styles of place of dwelling (sometimes of the character of an enclave, occasionally not), locations of worship, collection of marital companions, and circumstances of go back migration, is gifted, the implications demonstrating sincerely the fruitfulness of pursuing a comparative method of seventeenth-century British and Irish background.

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55 For more on this ban see C. , Partille: 2001), vol. 2, 259. It should be observed that integration did not always mean taking citizenship. 56 Dalhede, Handelsfamiljer, vol. 2, 260. 57 See L. Müller, ‘Britain and Sweden: the changing pattern of commodity exchange, 1650–1680’ in P. Salmon and T. , Britain and the Baltic (Sunderland: 2003), 75.

Britain and Poland-Lithuania (Leiden: 2008). 69 introduction 19 SJ here, reminds us of how scholars continue to struggle to give a precise answer regarding this issue in the case of British and Irish emigrants. For soldiers, the role of the Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft for the Scots in Bremen and Verden as a means of promoting common use of the German language is outlined in Kathrin Zickermann’s chapter below. Although apparently lacking among some English exiled nuns, Latin presumably predominated in conversations between Irish and other Franciscans in France and the Spanish dependencies besides between Scottish and other Calvinists at French Huguenot institutions, international environments of great complexity as the chapters here by Thomas O’Connor and Siobhan Talbott illuminate.

20 Ericson, Stockholms historia, 96 21 D. Horsbroch, ‘Nostra Vulgari Lingua: Scots as a European Language, 1500–1700’, in Scottish Language, no. 18 (1999). See also the various contributions to Grosjean and Murdoch, Scottish Communities Abroad, passim. 22 Fischer, The Scots in Sweden, 21–25, 215; J. Berg and B. W. ‘Blasius Dundie’ in Person Historisk Tidskrift, vol. 3, (1901), 41–52; Borgarståndets Riksdagsprotokoll före frihetstiden (Uppsala: 1933), 337. 23 Grosjean, An Unofficial Alliance, 18.

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