About the Author
Table of Contents
Contents: Preface; Introduction, Esther Mijers and David Onnekink. Part 1 The King-Stadholder: William III as Stadholder: prince or minister?, Simon Groenveld; William III and the 3 kingdoms, William A. Speck; Ireland’s role in the foreign policy of William III, Wout Troost; The dual monarchy in practice: Anglo-Dutch alliance and war in the Spanish Netherlands,1689–97, John Stapleton Jr; The partition treates, 1698–1700: a European view, John C. Rule. Part 2 Justification: William III and the Reformed Church of the Netherlands, Frits Broeyer; Protestantism, universal monarchy and Christendom in William’s war propaganda, 1689–97, Tony Claydon; In defence of King Billy: Eric Walten and the justification of the Glorious Revolution, Martin van Gelderen. Part 3 Opposition: Cromwell redivivus? William III as military dictator: myth and reality, Charles-Edouard Levillain; Williamite tyranny and the Whig Jacobites, Mark Goldie and Clare Jackson; William of Orange – ‘disaster for Scotland’?, Alan I. Macinnes. Part 4 Representation: William III’s Stadholderly court in the Dutch republic, Olaf Mörke; William’s court as king, Andrew Barclay; William in contemporary portraits and prints, Hugh Dunthorne; Index.