The full list of contents of the new edition
Trevor Cooper (ed.), John Blatchly, John Morrill, S. Sadler, Robert Walker, The Journal
of William Dowsing: iconoclasm in East Anglia during the English Civil War, forthcoming.
1 William Dowsing and the administration of iconoclasm
2 Dowsing’s homes
3 Dowsing in Cambridgeshire
4 The visit to Cambridge University
5 The arguments at Pembroke
6 Dowsing’s deputies in Suffolk
7 Brass, glass and crosses: finding iconoclasm outside the Journal
8 In search of bells: iconoclasm in Norfolk, 1644
9 Iconoclasm in other counties of the Eastern Association
10 History of the Journal
11 The text of this edition of the Journal
With notes by Robert Walker & Trevor Cooper (Cambridge), Robert Walker (rural Cambridgeshire),
& John Blatchly (Suffolk)
1 William Dowsing: his immediate family
2 A possible portrait of William Dowsing
3 Dowsing’s collection of Parliamentary Sermons
4 Jacob Caley: a Dowsing associate in Ipswich
5 The Parliamentary Ordinances
6 The Earl of Manchester: a biographical note
7 Dowsing’s commissions from the Earl of Manchester
8 Parish records
9 Bell damage in Norfolk and Suffolk
10 Discovering visitors in churchwardens’ accounts
11 The chronology of iconoclasm outside the Journal
12 How much glass was destroyed?
13 How many brasses were damaged?
14 How many churches in Suffolk were visited?
15 Long after Dowsing: forgery and pastiche