The Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 5

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Sir Adolphus William Ward
Cambridge University Press, 1908
 

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The battle of the Boyne and the fall of Limerick
58
Representative character of French Seventeenth Century literature
65
CHAPTER IV
72
Church and Crown The Régale
78
The origins of Jansenism Jansen and SaintCyran
85
Survivals of Jansenism
91
THE STEWART RESTORATION
92
Contents
113
CHAPTER VI
116
Paradise Regained
122
Samson Agonistes
123
Sir George Etherege
129
Literary criticism Drydens critical work
133
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
73
168
Administrative improvements
169
Discipline Attempts to improve
175
2 INDIA
179
The premature outbreak of hostilities
181
Blockade of the Dutch coast Peace negotiations
187
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 fight of James
248
Locke and the Original Contract
254
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
CHAPTER XIII
372
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
The results of the pacifications
438
Course of negotiations at the Congress
440
and Lithuania
481
The Duma and the Boiars
485
The Church Vasili III
487
Social and political crises
488
Russia and Poland Siberia
494
Social revolution The Robber
500
Alexis and Nikon
506
Hatred of foreign customs
511
CHAPTER XVII
518
The abolition of the beards
524
Abolition of the Patriarchate
530
CHAPTER XVIII
558
Poverty of Sweden The Regency
564
Swedish victory of Lund Other victories Losses in Germany
570
Character of Charles XI
572
Military and naval changes
578
CHAPTER XIX
584
The campaign of 16991700
588
The campaign of 1706
594
The great frost of 17089
600
Peter and the Porte Charles at Bender
606
Collapse of the projected Scanian expedition
612
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 Great Elector and William of Orange
654
Aspirations of Frederick III
660
and the Grand Alliance
666
Results of his reign
672
Political disturbances Discovery of gold
678
Economic conditions Mines
682
The West Indies and the European Wars
688
Englands maritime and commercial ascendancy
694
The Portuguese Dutch and English in India
695
CHAPTER XXIII
706
2 OTHER BRANCHES OF SCIENCE
723
Harvey
726
Stahls phlogiston theory
732
Mineralogy
738
The desire for intellectual freedom Calixtus
744
The Cambridge Platonists
750
Labadism and Quakerism
756
Würtemberg Pietism Bogatzky
762
Dismissal of Danby Triumph of the Whigs
820
PAGB
929
Sir William Temples scheme The Triumvirate
940
Years of peace and preparation Relations with England
942
61
949
The European situation in 1701
950
The Exclusion Bill
961

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