Table of contents for The king's three faces : the rise and fall of royal America, 1688-1783 / Brendan McConville.

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Acknowledgments 000
List of Illustrations 000
List of Abbreviations 000
Introduction: Princes and Popes in the American Provinces 1
Part One: The British Peace
Chapter One: Tyranny's Kiss 000
In Thomas Hobbes's Study 000
Subcultures 000
Tyranny's Kiss 000
Popery Pickled 000
From Covenant to Contract 000
Chapter Two: The March of Empire 000
Samuel Sewall's Lament 000
Pope's Day Established 000
The March of Empire 000
The Empire Composite 000
William Stephens Brings the Empire to Georgia 000
The Historic Empire Inverted 000
Chapter Three: Remembrance of Kings Past 000
Theories of History, Modes of Reasoning 000
The English Civil Wars in Provincial Political Memory 000
Memories of a Violent Past 000
Oliver and Charles, William and Mary . . . and Empire 000
Chapter Four: The Passions of Empire 000
<"This Celestial Venus" 000
Romaphobia 000
Envy, Desire, and the Commodification of Monarchy 000
The Consumption of Images 000
Of Ralph and Will 000
Part Two: Three Faces
Chapter Five: American Stories Retold 000
Anglicization in the Imperial Marches 000
Population and the Problem of Patriarchal Desires 000
Zenger Reconsidered 000
American Stories Retold 000
Chapter Six: In the Name of the Father 000
In the Name of the Father 000
In Pharaoh's Name 000
The American Concert 000
Of Dynasty and Dissent 000
Chapter Seven: Neoabsolutism 000
Time Amended 000
A Newtonian Sun King 000
Divine Right Reborn 000
Neoabsolutism and Land in the American Provinces 000
Chapter Eight: Dreams of a New Empire 000
Designs Shaped by Defense 000
America as Ireland? 000
An India for Indians? 000
Counterfactual Speculations 000
Dinner in Marseilles 000
Part Three: A Funeral Fit for a King
Chapter Nine: History Fufilled, History Betrayed 000
Love, Patriarchy, and the Imperial Constitution 000
Dynastic Conflict, Anti-Catholicism, and Conspiracy Theory 000
History Fulfilled, History Betrayed 000
Shakespeare, Satire, and Subversion in the Imperial Crisis 000
Chapter Ten: A Funeral Fit for a King 000
Jonathan Saywood's Journey 000
A Terror of Bodies, A Terror of Words 000
Denying the King 000
The Iconoclasm 000
Epilogue: Of Princes and the People 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Politics and government -- To 1775.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783.
Monarchy -- Great Britain -- Public opinion -- History -- 18th century.
Public opinion -- United States -- History -- 18th century.
Political culture -- United States -- History -- 18th century.
Great Britain -- Foreign public opinion, American -- History -- 18th century.