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List of plates List of illustrations List of abbreviations Editor's preface Foreword by the President of the British Academy General introduction Jonathan I. Israel Part I. The Glorious Revolution: 1. James II's Revolution: royal policies, 1686-92 J. R. Jones 2. The sensible revolution John Morrill 3. The Dutch role in the glorious revolution Jonathan I. Israel 4. Church and state reformed? the revolution of 1688-9 in Scotland Ian B. Cowan 5. The Williamite revolution in Ireland, 1688-91 D. W. Hayton 6. The revolution of 1688-9 in the American colonies Richard R. Johnson 7. The revolution of 1688-9 and the English republican tradition Blair Wordern Part II. Background and World Impact: 8. Freedom in seventeenth-century Dutch thought and practice E. H. Kossman 9. William III, Brandenburg, and the construction of the anti-French coalition, 1672-88 Wouter Troost 10. Of providence and protestant winds: the Spanish Armada of 1588 and the Dutch armada of 1688 Jonathan I. Israel and Geoffrey Parker 11. The Glorious Revolution of 1688-9 and the House of Savoy Robert Oresko 12. Sequel to revolution: the economics of England's emergence as a Great Power, 1688-1712 D. W. Jones 13. The English and Dutch East India Companies and the Glorious Revolution of 1688-9 K. N. Chaudhuri and Jonathan I. Israel 14. William III and the Glorious Revolution in the eyes of Amsterdam Sephardi writers: the reactions of Miguel de Barrios, Joseph Penso de la Vega, and Manuel de Leão Harm den Boer and Jonathan I. Israel 15. A fateful alliance? William III and England in Dutch historiography, 1688-9 to 1988-9 P. J. A. N. Rietbergen 16. Epilogue: the glorious revolution Hugh Trevor-Roper Index.