The Cambridge Modern History: The age of Louis XIV

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John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Baron Acton, Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Sir Stanley Mordaunt Leathes
University Press, 1908
"The Cambridge Modern History" is a comprehensive modern history of the world, beginning with the 15th century age of Discovery, published by the Cambridge University Press in the United Kingdom and also in the United States.
 

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France at war with Europe Marriage of William of Orange
45
and James II
51
The battle of the Boyne and the fall of Limerick
58
Representative character of French Seventeenth Century literature
65
The ascendancy of France and French literature
71
Church and Crown The Régale
78
The origins of Jansenism Jansen and SaintCyran
85
Survivals of Jansenism
91
THE STEWART RESTORATION
92
The policy of Parliament Ecclesiastical legislation
100
England and France Sale of Dunkirk
107
The Kings difficulties Negotiations for peace
113
Samson Agonistes
122
Restoration comedy
128
CHAPTER VII
137
Act of Seclusion Holland and the States General
143
Disputes with England
149
The Prince of Orange and de Witt
155
War with France and England Orange restoration
157
Williams relations with England His marriage
163
Administrative improvements
171
The division of the fleet
183
The Peace of Breda
189
De Ruyter and Rupert
195
Parliament and toleration
201
The Declaration of Indulgence Dutch negotiations
207
Divines on divorce Ministry of Danby
213
William marries Mary New treaty of Charles with Louis
219
CHAPTER X
236
The Seven Bishops Invitation to William
242
Second flight of James
248
Locke and the Original Contract
254
2 SCOTLAND FROM THE RESTORATION TO THE UNION OF THE PARLIAMENTS
278
Clarendons policy and its results
303
CHAPTER XI
324
CHAPTER XII
338
Revival of Turkey Mohammad Kiuprili
345
Conspiracy of Hungarian nobles
351
Religious toleration in Hungary Diet of Oedenburg
359
PAGE
361
War between Venice and the Turks
365
The Peace of Carlowitz
371
The Spanish colonies of small advantage to Spain
379
Charles will in favour of Prince Joseph Ferdinand
386
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
Social and political crises
488
Russia and Poland Siberia
494
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 Strieltzy
524
Unpopularity of the innovations Further reforms
526
Abolition of the Patriarchate
530
Local government reforms
533
Alexis renounces the succession His flight
539
The Persian
545
Effects of the Hanoverian Alliance Supreme Privy Council
552
CHAPTER XVIII
558
Magnus de La Gardie Gustaf Bonde
566
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
The youth of the Great Elector
640
Industrial activity Colonial policy
646
Battle of Fehrbellin
653
CHAPTER XXII
673
Period of the War of the Spanish Succession
679
English colonisation in North America
685
The pirates of the Caribbean Sea West Africa
691
The Portuguese Dutch and English in India
695
Union of the New and Old Companies
703
Development of Physics
715
His Principia
722
Harvey
724
Boyle Van Helmont Sylvius
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
Miltons early poems
949
The European situation in 1701
952
Mediterranean
961
Paradise Regained
971

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الصفحة 743 - would often say that he would renounce the religion of the Church of England tomorrow, if it obliged him to believe that any other Christian should be damned, and that nobody would conclude another man to be damned who did not wish him so.
الصفحة 94 - promised that no man should be "disquieted or called in question" for differences of opinion in matters of religion, which did not disturb the peace of the kingdom.
الصفحة 325 - that it is not lawful on any pretence whatever to take arms against the King, and that I do abhor that traitorous position of taking arms by his authority against his person,
الصفحة 218 - a joint resolution was voted that " there hath been and still is a damnable and hellish plot, contrived and carried on by popish recusants, for the assassinating and murdering the King and rooting out and destroying the Protestant religion.
الصفحة 835 - A discourse of the Liberty of Prophesying, with its just limits and temper, shewing the unreasonableness of prescribing to other men's faith, and the iniquity of persecuting differing opinions. London.
الصفحة 746 - being disgusted with the dry systematical way of those times, he studied to raise those who conversed with him to a nobler set of thoughts, and to consider religion as a seed of a deiform nature.
الصفحة 745 - I thought it might not misbecome my duty and endeavours to plead for peace and charity and forgiveness and permissions mutual; although I had reason to believe that such is the iniquity of men, and they so indisposed to receive such impresses, that I had as good plough the sands, or till the air.
الصفحة 203 - I shall take it very ill," he said, " to receive contradiction in what I have done. And I will deal plainly with you: I am resolved to stick to my Declaration.
الصفحة 205 - of 168 to 116 in favour of the resolution, " That Penal Statutes in matters ecclesiastical cannot be suspended but by act of Parliament, 1
الصفحة 323 - so as they abuse not this liberty to the civil injury of others, or to the actual disturbance of the public peace.

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