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The Black Legend of Prince Rupert's DogWitchcraft and Propaganda during the English Civil War$

Mark Stoyle

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780859898591

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780859898591.001.0001

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The Black Legend of Prince Rupert's Dog
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Liverpool University Press

  1. 1 A water-dog, from Gervase Markham's Hunger's Prevention (1621) 25

  2. 2 Portrait of a dog, alleged to be Boy. By permission of the Photographic Survey, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London. 28

  3. 3 Prince Rupert, attributed to Gerrit Van Honthorst. By permission of the National Portrait Gallery (NPG 4519). 34

  4. 4 Title page of Observations Upon Prince Rupert's White Dog, Called Boy (1643). By permission of the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford (Wood 377 (27), title page). 56

  5. 5 ‘Devil Dog’, from The Examination and Confession of Certaine Wytches at Chensforde (1566). 71

  6. 6 Title page of A Dogg of Warre, by John Taylor (1628). By permission of the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford (8°T 14 (5) Art. BS, frontispiece). 78

  7. 7 Title page of A Seasonable Lecture or ‘Tobie's Dog’, by John Taylor (1642). 88

  8. 8 Title page of A Dialogue … betweene Prince … and Tobies Dog (February 1643). By permission of the British Library. 94

  9. 9 Title page of An Exact Description of Prince Ruperts Malignant She-Monkey (February 1643). By permission of the British Library. 100

  10. 10 Title page of The Humerous Tricks and Conceits of Prince Roberts Malignant She-Monkey (March 1643). By permission of the British Library. 103

  11. 11 Title page of The Parliaments Unspotted-Bitch (March 1643). By permission of the British Library. 105

  12. 12 Title page of The Bloody Prince (April 1643). 112

  13. (p.ix) 13 Title page of A Most Certain … Discovery (September 1643). By permission of the British Library. 120

  14. 14 Title page of Nine notable Prophesies (1644). By permission of the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford (4°×49 (50) Jur., title page). 131

  15. 15 Title page of Ruperts Sumpter and Private Cabinet rifled (July 1644). By permission of the British Library. 136

  16. 16 Title page of A Dog's Elegy or Rupert's Tears (July 1644). By permission of the British Library. 138

  17. 17 Title page of The Discovery of Witches, by Matthew Hopkins (March 1647). 152