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Fig. 1 – Plan du quartier de Aldgate, extrait de la carte de Ralph Agas (1561)   29

Fig. 2 – Plan du quartier entre Charing Cross et Wesminster, extrait de la carte de Ralph Agas (1561)   31

Fig. 3 – Graphique de la correspondance active de Hartlib (1625-1661) : une seule lettre conservée   43

Fig. 4 – Graphique de la correspondance active de Hartlib (1630-1661) : 2 à 8 lettres conservées   45

Fig. 5 – Chronologie de la correspondance active de Hartlib (1625-1662)   46

Fig. 6 – Géographie des lettres envoyées par Hartlib
(1625-1662)   47

Fig. 7 – Chronologie des lettres reçues par Hartlib
(1620-1662)   48

Fig. 8 – Correspondances adressées à Hartlib supérieures à 10 lettres (1628-1662)   49

Fig. 9 – Répartition géographique des lettres reçues par Hartlib (1625-1662)   50

Fig. 10 – Les liens forts du réseau hartlibien (plus de 30 lettres échangées entre 1628 et 1662)   51

Fig. 11 – The Double Deliverance (1621). British Museum   73

Fig. 12 – News from the Continent (extrait) 151

Fig. 13 – News from Ipswich (1636), extrait dune nouvelle manuscrite 170

Fig. 14 – Imprimé des News from Ipswich (1636) 172

Fig. 15 – Nouvelle manuscrite allemande envoyée par Epstein à Hartlib (1635) 174

Fig. 16 – Extract of a Book, called, The Rise & Fall of the Late Eminent & powerful Favorite of Spain, the Count Olivares. Hartlib Papers, 20/2/1A. 199

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Fig. 17 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642) : « The Arch-Prelate
of St Andrews » 221

Fig. 18 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The rising of Prentises” 222

Fig. 19 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The Souldiers in their passage to York” 223

Fig. 20 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The English and Scotts Armies” 224

Fig. 21 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable & wonder-strikinge (1642), « The Ministers and People solemnly take the Protestation » 225

Fig. 22 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “Mr Burton, Dr Bastwick,
& Mr Prinne” 226

Fig. 23 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The Earl of Strafford” 227

Fig. 24 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “Sr Francis Windebank” 228

Fig. 25 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The High Commission-Court and Starr-Chamber” 229

Fig. 26 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The Queen-Mother sent away by Sea” 230

Fig. 27 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The Citie Trained Bands” 231

Fig. 28 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The Countie of Buckingham cometh to London” 231

Fig. 29 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “The Bishops imprisoned in the Tower of London” 232

Fig. 30 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “Popish Recusants disarmed” 233

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Fig. 31 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), « A Letter sent to Mr Pym » 234

Fig. 32 – Gravure extraite de Hollar, All the memorable
& wonder-strikinge
(1642), “Colonell Lunsford assaulting the Londoners at Westminster Hall” 234

Fig. 33 – Extrait de Late and Lamentable News from Ireland
(1641) 250

Fig. 34 – A Bloody Plot Practised by some Papists in Darbyshire
(1641) 254

Fig. 35 – Still worse newes from Ireland (1641), “His Holinesses Letter” 256

Fig. 36 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Owen Macke-Onell who discovered
the plot” 262

Fig. 37 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Owen Macke-Onell leapinge
ower a wall” 263

Fig. 38 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “At one Mr Atkins house 7 Papistes brake in & beate out his braines” 264

Fig. 39 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “English Protestantes striped naked
& turned into the mountaines in the frost” 265

Fig. 40 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Sr Patrike Dunsons Wiffe ravished before him” 266

Fig. 41 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Drivinge Men Women & Children
by Hundreds upon Briges” 267

Fig. 42 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Mr Blandry Minister hanged” 268

Fig. 43 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “The Lord Blany forced to ride” 269

Fig. 44 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Mr Davenant and his Wife bound
in their Chaires” 270

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Fig. 45 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Arthur Robinsons daughter
14 yeares old” 270

Fig. 46 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “A Minister and his wife came
to Dublin” 271

Fig. 47 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Mrs Ffordes house rifled” 272

Fig. 48 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “They have set men & women
on hot Grideorns” 272

Fig. 49 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Having ravished Virgens & Wifes” 273

Fig. 50 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Mr Ierome Minister of Brides
his Body mangled” 274

Fig. 51 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “The Preestes & Iesuites anoite
the Rebells” 275

Fig. 52 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “They do usually mangell there dead Carcases” 276

Fig. 53 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Pulling them about the Streetes
by the haire of the head” 277

Fig. 54 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Drogheda so blocked up” 278

Fig. 55 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “A Woman mangled in so horred
a manner” 279

Fig. 56 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “Companyes of the Rebells meeting
with the English flying” 280

Fig. 57 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “George Forde hanged on a tree
in his owne ground” 280

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Fig. 58 – Gravure extraite de James Cranford, The Teares
of Ireland
(1642), “A Proclamation that nether English
nor Irish should either sell or keepe in their houses
any powder” 282

Fig. 59 – Gravure de Wenceslaus Hollar, The World is Ruled & Governed by Opinion, British Museum. 297

Fig. 60 – A List of the names of those pretended judges who sat, and sentenced to death, our sovereign King Charles the First… London, 1649 360

Fig. 61 – Gravure extraite de Samuel Morland, The History
of the Evangelical churches of the valleys of Piemont
(1658), « The Attestation of Thomas Guiot (chirurgeon) and Francis Pra, touching the boiling and eating of the Brains of some of the poor protestant » (p. 336) 460

Fig. 62 – Gravure extraite de Samuel Morland, The History of the Evangelical churches of the Valleys of Piemont (1658), « Esaia Garcino of Angrogna and Daniel Armands Wife
of La Torre » (p. 343) 461

Fig. 63 – Gravure extraite de Samuel Morland, The History
of the Evangelical churches of the Valleys of Piemont
(1658),
“La Sarcena, One Captain Pola of Pancalier, took
two poor women of La Torre, and with a Fauchion
ript up their Bellies” (p. 343) 461

Fig. 64 – Gravure extraite de Samuel Morland, The History
of the Evanlical churches of the Valleys of Piemont
(1658), “They also took many small children and tender Infants, and flung them down the Precipices” (p. 344) 462

Fig. 65 – Gravure extraite de Samuel Morland, The History
of the Evangelical churches of the Valleys of Piemont
(1658),
“he had beheld with his eyes three of his Children torn
in pieces limb-meal” (p. 346) 463

Fig. 66 – Gravure extraite de Samuel Morland, The History
of the Evangelical churches of the Valleys of Piemont
(1658), “Anna Daughter to Giovanni Charboniere, had a long Stake thrust into her Privities” (p. 345) 463

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Fig. 67 – Gravure extraite de Samuel Morland, The History
of the Evangelical churches of the Valleys of Piemont
(1658), « The Daughter of Moyses of Bohio, about ten years of age, was taken by the Souldiers… who broaching her upon a Pike or Halberd, roasted her alive » (p. 350) 464

Fig. 68 – Gravure extraite de The Tears of the Indians (1656) 467

Fig. 69 – Reproduction manuscrite par Hartlib de la page de couverture de Most Approved and Long Experienced Water-Workes de Rowland Vaughan (1610) 473