Chapter published in:
Lexical Priming: Applications and advances
Edited by Michael Pace-Sigge and Katie J. Patterson
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics 79] 2017
► pp. 4266
References

References

Ameer Ali, S.
2010A Short History of the Saracens. New York NY: Routledge.Google Scholar
B.E
(anon) 1699A New Dictionary of the Terms Ancient and Modern Of The Canting Crew, In its several Tribes of Gypsies, Beggars, Thieves, Cheats, &c. With an Addition of Some Proverbs, Phrases, Figurative Speeches, &c. Useful for All Sorts of People, (Especially Foreigners) to Secure Their Money and Preserve Their Lives; Besides Very Diverting and Entertaining, Being Wholly New. London: Printed for W. Hawes, P. Gilbourne, W. Davis.Google Scholar
Beck, B.H.
1987From the Rising Sun: English Images of the Ottoman Empire to 1715. Bern: Peter Lang.Google Scholar
Bergeron, D.M.
2010“Are we turned Turks?”: English pageants and the Stuart court. Comparative Drama 44(3): 255–275. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Busher, L.
1646 (no title) London: Printed for John Sweeting at the Angel in Popes-head-alley.
Cowper, W.
1608The triumph of a Christian Contayning Three Excellent and Heauenly Treatises. 1 Iacobs Wrestling with God. 2 The Conduit of Comfort. 3 A Preparatiue for the Lords Supper. Full of Sweet Consolations for all that Desire the Comfortable Sweetnesse of Iesus Christ, and Necessary for Those who are Troubled in Conscience. Written by that Worthy Man Master William Couper, Minister of Gods Word. London: Printed (by T. East) for Iohn Budge, and are to be sould at the great South doore of Paules Church.Google Scholar
Davies, M.
2012Expanding horizons in historical linguistics with the 400-million-word Corpus of Historical American English. Corpora 7(2): 121–157. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
England and Wales. Parliament
1641 (no title) London: Printed by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most excellent Majestie: and by the assignes of John Bill.
Fitz-Geffry, C.
1637Compassion towards Captives Chiefly towards our Brethren and Country-men who are in Miserable Bondage in Barbarie. Vrged and Pressed in Three Sermons on Heb. 13.3. Preached in Plymouth, in October 1636. London: Printed by Leonard Lichfield, for Edward Forrest.Google Scholar
Hakluyt, R.
1599The Principal Nauigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoueries of the English Nation: Made by Sea or Ouer-land, to the Remote and Farthest Distant Quarters of the Earth, at any Time within the Compasse of these 1600. Yeres: Deuided into Three Seuerall Volumes, According to the Positions of the Regions, Whereunto They Were Directed … (Volume 1). London: By George Bishop, Ralph Newberie, and Robert Barker.Google Scholar
Hamlin, W.M.
2014God-language and scepticism in early modern England: An exploratory study using corpus linguistics analysis as a form of distant reading. English Literature 1(1): 17–41.Google Scholar
Hardie, A.
2012CQPweb – Combining power, flexibility and usability in a corpus analysis tool. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 17(3): 380–409. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Higgons, T.
1684The History of Isuf Bassa, Captain General of the Ottoman Army at the Invasion of Candia. London: Printed for Robert Kettlewell.Google Scholar
Hoey, M.
2005Lexical Priming: A New Theory of Words and Language. Abingdon: Routledge. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Homes, N.
1653Apokalypsis Anastaseåos The Resurrection Revealed, or, The Dawnings of the Day-star about to Rise and Radiate a Visible Incomparable Glory far beyond any Since the Creation upon the Universal Church on Earth for a Thousand Yeers yet to Come, before the Ultimate dDy of the General Judgement to the Raising of the Jewes, and Ruine of all Antichristian and Secular Powers, that do not Love the Members of Christ, Submit to his Laws and Advance his Interest in this Design: Digested into Seven Bookes with a Synopsis of the Whole Treatise and two Tables, 1 of Scriptures, 2 of Things, Opened in This Treatise. London: Printed by Robert Ibbitson and are to be sold by Thomas Pierrepont.Google Scholar
Hutchings, M.
2006The “Turk Phenomenon” and the repertory of the late Elizabethan playhouse. Early Modern Literary Studies 16: 1–39.Google Scholar
Ingram, A.
2015Writing the Ottomans: Turkish History in Early Modern England. New York NY: Palgrave MacMillan. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
I.S
. (anon) 1683The History of the Turks Describing the Rise and Ruin of Their First Empire in Persia, the Original of Their Second: Containing the Lives and Reigns of Their Several Kings and Emperors from Ottoman its First Founder to this Present Year, 1683, Being a Succinct Series of History, of all Their Wars (Forreign and Domestick) Policies, Customs, Religion and Manners, With What Else is Worthy of Note in That Great Empire. London: Printed by Ralph Holt for Thomas Passinger, William Thackery and Thomas Sawbridge.Google Scholar
J.M
. (anon) 1689The History of the Venetian Conquests, from the Year 1684 to this Present Year 1688. Translated out of the French by J.M. Licensed, Octob. 2. 1688. London: Printed for John Newton at the three Pigeons over-against the Inner Temple-Gate in Fleet-street.Google Scholar
Jowitt, C.
2002Political allegory in Late Elizabethan and Early Jacobean “Turk” plays: Lust’s Dominion and The Turke. Comparative Drama 36(3–4): 411–443. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Knolles, R.
1603The Generall Historie of the Turkes from the First Beginning of That Nation to the Rising of the Othoman Familie: With all the Notable Expeditions of the Christian Princes against Them. Together with the Liues and Conquests of the Othoman Kings and Emperours Faithfullie Collected out of the Best Histories, both Auntient and Moderne, and Digested into one Continuat Historie untill This Present Yeare 1603. London: Printed by Adam Islip.Google Scholar
Koselleck, R.
2002The Practice of Conceptual History: Timing History, Spacing Concepts. Stanford: Stanford University Press.Google Scholar
Kugler, E.M.N.
2012Sway of the Ottoman Empire on English Identity in the Long Eighteenth Century. Leiden: Brill. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lithgow, W.
1640The totall discourse, of the rare adventures, and painefull peregrinations of long nineteene yeares travailes from Scotland, to the most famous kingdomes in Europe, Asia, and Affrica. Perfited by three deare bought voyages, in surveying of forty eight kingdomes ancient and modern; twenty one rei-publicks, ten absolute principalities, with two hundred islands. London: By I. Oke.Google Scholar
de Lucinge, R.
1606The Beginning, Continuance, and Decay of Estates Vvherein are Handled Many Notable Questions Concerning the Establishment of Empires and Monarchies. London: Printed at Eliot’s Court Press for Iohn Bill.Google Scholar
McEnery, T. & Baker, H.
2016Corpus Linguistics and Seventeenth-Century Prostitution. London: Bloomsbury.Google Scholar
McEnery, T. & Hardie, A.
2012Corpus Linguistics: Method, Theory and Practice. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
McJannet, L.
2006The Sultan Speaks: Dialogue in English Plays and Histories about the Ottoman Turks. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillian. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Maclean, G.
2004The Rise of Oriental Travel: English Visitors to the Ottoman Empire, 1580–1720. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Marana, G.P.
1692The Fourth Volume of Letters Writ by a Turkish Spy Who Lived Five and Forty Years Undiscover'd at Paris: Giving an Impartial Account to the Divan at Constantinople of the Most Remarkable Transactions of Europe, and Discovering Several Intrigues and Secrets of the Christian Courts (Especially of that of France) Continued from the Year 1642 to the Year 1682. London: Printed by J. Leake for Henry Rhodes.Google Scholar
Massinger, P.
1630The Renegado a Tragæcomedie. As it Hath Beene Often Acted by the Queenes Maiesties Seruants, at the Priuate Play-house in Drurye-Lane. London: Printed by A[ugustine] M[athewes] for Iohn Waterson, and are to be sold at the Crowne in Pauls Church-Yard.Google Scholar
Matar, N.
1997Renaissance England and the Turban. In Images of Other: Europe and the Muslim World before 1700, D. Blanks (ed.). Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.Google Scholar
1998Islam in Britain, 1558–1685. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1999Turks, Moors and Englishmen in the Age of Discovery. New York NY: Columbia University Press.Google Scholar
2009Britons and Muslims in the early modern period: From prejudice to (a theory of) toleration. Patterns of Prejudice 43(3–4): 213–231.Google Scholar
Maton, R.
1646 (no title) London: Printed by Matthew Simmons, and are to be sold by George VVhittinton at the blew Anchor neere the Royall-Exchange.
Meredith, J.
1624The Iudge of Heresies one God, one Faith, one Church, out of Which There is no Saluation. Excluding all Infidells, Mahumetans, Iewes, Obstinate Papists, and Other Heretikes of all Sorts, and Consequently all Newters, Who Conforme Themselues Onely Externally to any Religion, from Hope of Participation of the Kingdome of Heauen. If They Finally Persist Therein, and Returne not to the Knowledge and Zealous Profession of the True Faith. London: Printed by A[ugustine] M[athewes] for Iohn Grismand, and are to bee sold at his shop in Pauls Alley, at the signe of the Gunn.Google Scholar
Millar, F.
1993The Roman Near East, 31 B.C.–A.D.337. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Neville, H.
1681Plato Redivivus, or, A Dialogue Concerning Government Wherein, by Observations Drawn from Other Kingdoms and States Both Ancient and Modern, an Endeavour is Used to Discover the Present Politick Distemper of Our Own, With the Causes and Remedies. London: Printed for S.I. and sold by R. Dew.Google Scholar
OED Online
. Oxford University Press. Consulted July 2016. 〈www​.oed​.com/
Pemble, W.
1627Vindiciæ Gratiæ. A Plea for Grace. More Especially the Grace of Faith. Or, Certain Lectures as Touching the Nature and Properties of Grace and Faith: Wherein, amongst Other Matters of Great Use, the Maine Sinews of Arminius Doctrine are cut Asunder. Delivered by That Late Learned and Godly Man William Pemble, in Magdalen Hall in Oxford. London: Printed by R. Young for I. Bartlet, at the golden Cup in Cheape-side.Google Scholar
Person of quality
1688 (no title). London: Printed and sold by Randal Taylor.
Purchas, S.
1625Purchas his Pilgrimes In Fiue Bookes. The First, Contayning the Voyages and Peregrinations Made by Ancient Kings, Patriarkes, Apostles, Philosophers, and Others, to and Thorow the Remoter Parts of the Knowne World: Enquiries also of Languages and Religions, Especially of the Moderne Diuersified Professions of Christianitie. The Second, a Description of all the Circum-nauigations of the Globe. The Third, Nauigations and Voyages of English-men, alongst the Coasts of Africa… The Fourth, English Voyages beyond the East Indies, to the Ilands of Iapan, China, Cauchinchina, the Philippinæ with Others... The Fifth, Nauigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Discoueries, of the English Nation in the Easterne Parts of the World… The First Part. London: Printed by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the Rose.Google Scholar
Rissanen, M., Kytö, M. & Palander-Collin, M.
1993Early English in the Computer Age: Explorations through the Helsinki Corpus. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Rollock, R.
1603Lectures Vpon the Epistle of Paul to the Colossians. Preached by That Faithfull Seruant of God, Maister Robert Rollok, Sometime Rector of the Vniuersitie of Edenburgh. London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, dwelling in Pater-noster row, ouer against the signe of the Checker.Google Scholar
Ross, A.
1652The History of the World the Second Part in six Books, Being a Continuation of Famous History of Sir Walter Raleigh, Knight: Beginning Where he Left viz at the End of the Macedonian Kingdom, and Deduced to These Later-times: That is from the Year of the World 3806, or 160 Years before Christ till the End of the Year 1640 after Christ. London: Printed for John Saywell.Google Scholar
Rycault, P.
1680The History of the Turkish Empire from the Year 1623 to the Year 1677 Containing the Reigns of the Three Last Emperours, viz., Sultan Morat or Amurat IV, Sultan Ibrahim, and Sultan Mahomet IV, his Son, the XIII Emperour Now Reigning. London: Printed by J.M. for John Starkey.Google Scholar
Ryves, B.
1648 (no title). London: (no publisher).
Sherwin, W.
1674An Additional Supplement to the Eirenikon, or, Peaceable Considerations of Christs Peaceful Kingdome to Come upon the Earth in the Thousand Years Rev. 20, Lately Published, 1665. London: (no publisher).Google Scholar
T.C
. (anon) 1698The New Atlas, or, Travels and Voyages in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, thro' the Most Renowned Parts of the World … Performed by an English Gentleman, in Nine Years Travel and Voyages, More Exact Than Ever. London: Printed for J. Cleave ... and A. Roper.Google Scholar
Tolan, J.V.
2002Saracens: Islam in the Medieval European Imagination. New York NY: Columbia University Press.Google Scholar
Trapp, J.
1649 (no title). London: Printed for Timothy Garthwait, at the George in Little-Brittain.
Ussher, J.
1645A Body of Divinitie, or, The Summe and Substance of Christian Religion Catechistically Propounded, and Explained, by Way of Question and Answer: Methodically and Familiarly Handled / Composed Long Since by James Vsher B. of Armagh, and at the Earnest Desires of Divers Godly Christians Now Printed and Published; Whereunto is Adjoyned a Tract, Intituled Immanvel, or, The Mystery of the Incarnation of the Son of God Heretofore Writen and Published by the Same Authour. London: Printed by M.F. for Tho. Downes and Geo. Badger.Google Scholar
Vaughan, V.M.
1994Othello: A Contextual History. Cambridge: CUP.Google Scholar
Vitkus, D.J.
1997Turning Turk in Othello: The conversion and damnation of the Moor. Shakespeare Quarterly 48(2): 145–176. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Willet, A.
1633Hexapla in Genesin & Exodum: That is, a Sixfold Commentary upon the Two First Bookes of Moses, Being Genesis and Exodus. London: Printed by John Haviland, and are sold by James Boler at the signe of the Marigold in Pauls Church-yard.Google Scholar
Wood, A.C.
1964A History of the Levant Company. London: Frank Cass.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by other publications

McEnery, Tony, Vaclav Brezina & Helen Baker
2019. Usage Fluctuation Analysis. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 24:4  pp. 413 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 29 november 2020. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.