|LC Classifications||DA392.1.S25 G3 1964a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 466 p.|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||65050264|
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Philip Caraman, Henry Garnet: – and the Gunpowder Plot () From the History News Network regarding a 17th century book about the execution of Henry Garnet. 28 November Ceri Sullivan, Dismembered Rhetoric. English Recusant Writing, – (Madison/London: Associated University Press, ) studies Garnet's prose style. Martyr. GARNET, Henry () --A True and Perfect Relation of the Whole Proceedings against the late most Barbarous Traitors, Garnet a Iesuite, and his : Robert Barker, Small 4 o ( x mm). Collation: A-Z, Aa-Zz, t initials, type ornaments. (Title slightly shaved at outer margin, some occasional browning and staining, few headlines shaved.). Henry Garnet SJ. Henry Garnet was born in in Derbyshire. He travelled to Rome to become a Jesuit in and after studying and teaching for 11 years, returned as a missionary to England in ,a period of extreme danger for Catholics. Garnet’s brethren were . Henry Garnet or Garnett ( – May 3, ) was an English Jesuit, executed due to his involvement in the Gunpowder Plot of November 5, He was the son of Brian Garnett, headmaster of Nottingham High School from – c.
What was the Gunpowder Plot? (); J. Gerard, Contributions towards a Life of Father Henry Garnet (). See also State Trials II., and Cal. of State Papers Dom., (–). The original documents are preserved in the Gunpowder Plot Book at the Record Office. What was the Gunpowder Plot? (); J. Gerard, Contributions towards a Life of Father Henry Garnet (). See also State Trials II., and Cal. of State Papers Dom., (). The original documents are preserved in the Gunpowder Plot Book at the Record Office. Through a reading of the archived letters of Henry Garnet (–), Superior of the Jesuit order in England and suspected Gunpowder plotter, this article investigates the nature of the archive in relation to narrative theory. Figuring the archive as one of the number of narrating voices accrued by the individual record, I argue that models of communication such as those put forward by Cited by: 3. Letter written by Henry Garnet, 30 November , protesting his innocence of the plot, addressed to the Lords of the Council. At his trial, on 28 March , Garnet was accused of conspiring with Catesby to kill the king, his son, and to "alter and subvert the government of the kingdom and the true worship of God established in England".