The Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 5

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Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Sir Stanley Mordaunt Leathes
The University Press, 1908
 

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The European situation
42
The Chambers of Reunion
48
The Cologne election Deposition and flight of James II
55
Treaty of Carlowitz Further French victories Russell in
61
Representative character of French Seventeenth Century literature
65
CHAPTER IV
72
Bossuet The Jesuits
80
THE STEWART RESTORATION
92
Contents
113
Miltons early poems
117
Samson Agonistes PAGE
123
Sir George Etherege
129
Drydens religious poems
135
Negotiations for peace
141
Victories in the Baltic Peace of Copenhagen
147
The War of Devolution The Triple Alliance
153
War with France and England Orange restoration
157
Williams relations with England His marriage
163
Disciplinarian efforts of James II
176
Sandwichs cruise The intervention of France
182
The English fleet laid up The Dutch in the Medway
188
The Pelopment of tactics
191
THE POLICY OF CHARLES II AND JAMES II
198
Madame The Treaty of Dover
204
The Test Act The Cabal dissolved
210
The Nonresisting Test
216
Popular and parliamentary agitation
222
Charles falls ill Designs of the Whigs
227
The Dispensing Power
233
Halifax and the Prince of Orange
239
The expedition sails
245
William and Mary proclaimed Bill of Rights
251
Indifference of the people towards both The religious motive
257
Character and influence of Mary
258
Bounty Act Whig commercial policy
264
The Land Bank
270
2 SCOTLAND FROM THE RESTORATION TO THE UNION OF THE PARLIAMENTS
278
3 IRELAND FROM THE RESTORATION TO THE ACT OF RESUMPTION
301
CHAPTER XI
324
CHAPTER XII
338
PAGE
361
Relief of Vienna
362
CHAPTER XIII
372
Court intrigues at Madrid Queen Mary Anne
381
and his Parliament
387
The decision in Spain PortoCarrero
393
recognises James III
399
Marlborough in the Netherlands
414
Renewed peace negotiations Vendôme in Flanders
420
Minorca and the Peninsula
426
A Peace Congress summoned
432
The results of the pacifications
438
Social revolution The Robber
500
Alexis and Nikon
506
Isolation of Russia Voyages of discovery
512
CHAPTER XVII
518
The grand embassy to the west Revolt of the Strieltsy 623
524
Unpopularity of the innovations Further reforms
526
Abolition of the Patriarchate
530
Local government reforms
533
Alexis renounces the succession
539
The Persian
545
Effects of the Hanoverian Alliance Supreme Privy Council
553
The monarchical coup détat in Denmark
559
Magnus de La Gardie Gustaf Bonde
565
Swedish victory of Lund Other victories
570
Character of Charles XI
572
Military and naval changes 678
578
CHAPTER XIX
584
Renewed RussoSaxon alliance The Baltic campaigns
590
Peter and the Powers Mazepa
596
Battle of Poltawa Second league against Sweden
602
The Maritime Powers offer mediation Stenbock in Pomerania
608
Death of Charles XII
614
CHAPTER XX
616
The Quitzows The first Hohenzollern Elector
622
The Reformation in Brandenburg Joachim I and II
628
Political weakness of the Order Henry of Plauen
634
CHAPTER XXI
639
Cultivation and immigration
645
Battle of Fehrbellin
653
Significance of his reign
657
Negotiations as to a royal Crown
663
CHAPTER XXII
673
Period of the War of the Spanish Succession
679
English colonisation in North America
685
The pirates of the Caribbean
691
The Portuguese Dutch and English in India
695
Union of the New and Old Companies
701
2 OTHER BRANCHES OF SCIENCE
723
Harvey
724
Boyle
730
Sexuality in plants Zoology
736
CHAPTER XXIV
742
Jeremy Taylor and The Liberty of Prophesying
748
Spinoza and the Dutch Pietists
754
Francke and the Halle Pietists
760
Dismissal of Danby Triumph of the Whigs
820
Spain under Charles 11 France and the Spanish Netherlands
929
Sir William Temples scheme The Triumvirate
940
402
952
255
958
The Exclusion Bill
961
256
970

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الصفحة 715 - From the entrance into this unnatural war, his natural cheerfulness and vivacity grew clouded, and a kind of sadness and dejection of spirit stole upon him, which he had never been used to ; yet being one of those who believed that one battle would end all differences, and that there would be so great a victory on one side, that the other would be compelled to submit to any conditions from the victor, which supposition...
الصفحة 683 - The squares of the periodic times of the planets are proportional to the cubes of their mean distances from the Sun.
الصفحة 95 - That the Church's welfare, that unity and peace, and his majesty's satisfaction, were ends upon which they were all agreed : but as to the means, they could not come to any 886. harmony.
الصفحة 327 - AB, do declare that it is not lawful upon any pretence whatsoever to take arms against the king, and that I do abhor that traitorous position of taking arms by his authority against his person or against those that are commissioned by him...
الصفحة 220 - That the lords and commons are of opinion, that there hath been, and still is, a damnable and hellish plot, contrived and carried on by the Popish recusants, for assassinating the king, for subverting the government, and for rooting out and destroying the Protestant religion.".
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الصفحة 95 - ... that the sole supreme command of the militia, and of all forces by sea and land, had ever been by the laws of England the undoubted right of the crown ; that neither house of parliament could pretend to it, nor could lawfully levy any war offensive or defensive against his majesty.
الصفحة 247 - That king James II. having endeavoured to subvert the constitution of the kingdom by breaking the original contract between king and people; and, by the advice of jesuits and other wicked persons, having violated the fundamental laws, and having withdrawn himself out of this kingdom, has abdicated the government, and that the throne is thereby become vacant.

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