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38. Wilson, Rhetorique, fol. 48r. 39. William Bullein, A Dialogue bothe Pleasaunt and Pietiful […] Against the Fever Pestilence (London, 1564), sig. A5v. I am grateful to Joan Beal for bringing Bullein’s text to my attention at the ‘Urbane Myths’ conference in Newcastleupon-Tyne, July 2000. 40. Spenser, A View, p. 84. 41. Edmund Coote, The English Schoolemaister (London, 1596), sig. A2v. 42. Ceri Sullivan, Dismembered Rhetoric: English Recusant Writing, 1580–1603 (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson, 1995).

39. William Bullein, A Dialogue bothe Pleasaunt and Pietiful […] Against the Fever Pestilence (London, 1564), sig. A5v. I am grateful to Joan Beal for bringing Bullein’s text to my attention at the ‘Urbane Myths’ conference in Newcastleupon-Tyne, July 2000. 40. Spenser, A View, p. 84. 41. Edmund Coote, The English Schoolemaister (London, 1596), sig. A2v. 42. Ceri Sullivan, Dismembered Rhetoric: English Recusant Writing, 1580–1603 (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson, 1995). Although Sullivan’s book concentrates on writing after 1580, as her introduction shows, the deployment of Catholic rhetoric and preaching preceded this date.

18. Puttenham, English Poesie, p. 120. 19. Wilson, Rhetorique, fol. 117v. 20. John Ford, ‘To my industrious friend, the Author of this English Dictionarie’, in Henry Cockeram, The English Dictionarie, or an Interpreter of Hard English Words (London, 1623), sig. A8v. 21. OED, ‘uncivil’, sense 5. 22. Wilson, Rhetorique, sig. A3r. 23. 1. 31; all further citations from Shakespeare’s plays will be from this edition. 209. 34 Early Modern Civil Discourses 24. Edmund Spenser, A View of the State of Ireland, eds Andrew Hadfield and Willy Maley (Oxford: Blackwell, 1997), p.

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