Bibliographic update July 2016: All

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Henry VIII: ‘Catholicism without the Pope?’
G. W. BERNARD, vol. 101 (345): 201-221
‘We should dress us fairly for our end’: The Significance of the Clothing Worn at Elite Executions in England in the Long Sixteenth Century
MARIA HAYWARD, vol. 101 (345): 222-245
‘A Reformer's Wife ought to be an Heroine’: Gender, Family and English Radicals Imprisoned under the Suspension of Habeas Corpus Act of 1817
KATRINA NAVICKAS, vol. 101 (345): 246-264
War without Terms: George Jackson, Black Power and the American Radical Prison Rights Movement, 1941–1971
Zoe Colley, vol. 101 (345): 265-286
White Magic: The Age of Paper. By Lothar  Müller. Translated by Jessica  Spengler. Polity Press. 2014. 352pp. £20.00/€25.00.
ORIETTA DA ROLD, vol. 101 (345): 287-288
Performing Indigeneity: Global Histories and Contemporary Experiences. Edited by Laura R.  Graham and H.  Glenn Penny. University of Nebraska Press. 2014. ix + 431pp. $35.00/£21.99
REETTA HUMALAJOKI, vol. 101 (345): 288-290
Writing the Early Crusades: Text, Transmission and Memory. Edited by Marcus  Bull and Damien  Kempf. Boydell. 2014. ix + 174pp. £50.00.
NICHOLAS VINCENT, vol. 101 (345): 292-293
Plague and Pleasure: The Renaissance World of Pius II. By Arthur  White. Catholic University of America Press. 2014. xxii + 407pp. $29.95. Venice and the Veneto During the Renaissance: The Legacy of Benjamin Kohl. Edited by Michael  Knapton, John E.  Law
BRIAN MAXSON, vol. 101 (345): 293-296
English Inland Trade 1430–1540: Southampton and its Region. Edited by Michael  Hicks. Oxbow Books. 2015. xvi + 216pp. £45.00.
EVAN JONES, vol. 101 (345): 296-298
Defending English Ground: War and Peace in Meath and Northumberland, 1460–1542. By Steven G.  Ellis. Oxford University Press. 2015. xxi + 210pp. £60.00.
A. J. POLLARD, vol. 101 (345): 298-300
The Power of Gifts: Gift Exchange in Early Modern England. By Felicity  Heal. Oxford University Press. 2014. ix + 258pp. £65.00.
ANTHONY FLETCHER, vol. 101 (345): 300-302
John Knox. By Jane  Dawson. Yale University Press. 2015. viii + 373pp. $45.00/£25.00.
ALAN R. MACDONALD, vol. 101 (345): 302-303
An Industrious Mind: The Worlds of Sir Simonds D'Ewes. By J.  Sears McGee. Stanford University Press. 2015. xx + 511pp. £50.00.
DAVID L. SMITH, vol. 101 (345): 303-305
The Crisis of British Protestantism: Church Power in the Puritan Revolution, 1638–44. By Hunter  Powell. Manchester University Press. 2015. viii + 264pp. £70.00.
BLAIR WORDEN, vol. 101 (345): 305-306
Scotland in the Age of Two Revolutions . Edited by Sharon  Adams and Julian  Goodare. Boydell. 2014. xiv + 253pp. £65.00.
LAURA DOAK, vol. 101 (345): 307-309
The Tsar's Foreign Faiths: Toleration and the Fate of Religious Freedom in Imperial Russia. By Paul W.  Werth. Oxford University Press. 2014. xv + 288pp. £65.00.
GEORGE GILBERT, vol. 101 (345): 310-311
The Opened Letter: Networking in the Early Modern British World. By Lindsay  O'Neill. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2014. 272pp. $47.50/£31.00.
RUTH AHNERT, vol. 101 (345): 311-313
Hazlitt the Dissenter: Religion, Philosophy, and Politics, 1766–1816. By Stephen  Burley. Palgrave Macmillan. 2014. x + 220pp. £60.00.
G. M. DITCHFIELD, vol. 101 (345): 313-314
The Book of Fallacies: Jeremy Bentham. Edited by Philip  Schofield. The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham. Oxford University Press. 2015. lxxxv + 552pp. £85.00.
EMMANUELLE DE CHAMPS, vol. 101 (345): 314-316
The Coming of the Terror in the French Revolution. By Timothy  Tackett. Harvard University Press. 2015. ix + 463pp. $35.00/£25.00.
MALCOLM CROOK, vol. 101 (345): 316-317
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