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Brief selections from a large number of authorities, chiefly contemporary.
CONTENTS.-v. 1. 1561-1625.-v. 2. 1625-1688.
Marquis of Montrose, and others, from 1638 till 1660. Edinburgh,
Constable's miscellany, v. 31-32.
Viscount of Dundee, and the Earl of Mar, in 1689 and 1715. ...
Constable's miscellany, v. 42.
Amer. hist. rev. 18:727-50
English sea-affairs: wherein all the remarkable actions of the English
1727. 6, 7-312,  p.
men, v. 5. London, 1838. 14, 375 p.
CONTENTS.—Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury. Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby. 4089. Cust, SIR EDWARD, bart. Lives of the warriors of the civil wars of
France and England. Warriors of the seventeenth century. London,
CONTENTS.—v. 1. Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne, vicomte de Turenne. Louis 11 de Bourbon, prince de Condé. King Charles the First, of Great Britain. Robert Devereux, earl of Essex.—v. 2. Prince Rupert von Pfalz. Sir Thomas Lord Fairfax. James Graham,
marquis of Montrose. Oliver Cromwell. Appendix.
R. W. Dale Completed and edited by A. W. W. Dale. 2d ed.
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church ... London, 1887. 328 p.
the seventeenth century, being the Ford lectures delivered at Oxford
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Scottish hist. rev. 10:329-46. 4097. FORSTER, John. Lives of eminent British statesmen, v. 2-4, 6, 7.
CONTENTS.-v. 2. Sir John Eliot, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford v. 3. John
Cromwell. v. 7. Oliver Cromwell. 4098. FORSTER, John. The statesmen of the commonwealth of England;
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CONTENTS.-Sir John Eliot.—Thomas Wentworth, earl of Strafford.—John Pym.
John Hampden.-Sir Henry Vane, the younger.-Henry Marten.--Oliver Cromwell. 4099. FRASER, J. Puritanism.
Macmillan's mag. 58:72-80. 4100. GARDINER, SAMUEL Rawson. The first two Stuarts and the Puritan
revolution, 1603-1660 ... New York, 1890. 21, 222 p. 4 fold. maps (incl. front.)
Epochs of modern history. 4101. GARDINER, SAMUEL Rawson. History of England from the accession
of James 1. to the outbreak of the civil war, 1603-1642 ... New ed. London, 1894-96. 10 v. maps.
These volumes contain a republication of the material included in Gardiner's earlier History of England from the accession of James 1. to the disgrace of Chief Justice Coke, 1603-1616. London, 1863. 2 v.
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4103. GARDINER, SAMUEL Rawson. History of the commonwealth and
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It was Gardiner's intention to complete the history to 1660, and the title of the first ed., London, 1894-1903, carries this date, but his death occurred before the work was
finished. 4104. GEORGE, EDWARD AUGUSTUS. Seventeenth century men of latitude;
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its commencement, to the restoration of Charles the Second. ... London, 1824-28. 4 v.
CONTENTS.-V. 1. The civil war.-V. 2. To the death of Charles 1.-V. 3. From the death
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making of the English commonwealth and the American republic, with notice of what the Pilgrims learned in Holland, their treatment by the government and people, and answers to criticisms made upon the proposed Delfshaven memorial. A paper read before the Boston Congregational club, Monday evening ... Oct. 26, 1891, by Wm. Elliot Griffis Boston, (1891) 40 p.
Map on cover. 4111. HUTTON, WILLIAM HOLDEN. The English church from the accession
of Charles 1. to the death of Anne, (1625-1714) ... London, 1903.
9,368 p. front. (fold. map). 4112. INDERWICK, F[REDERICK] A[NDREW]. Side-lights on the. Stuarts;
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4113. JESSE, JOHN HENEAGE. Memoirs of the court of England during the
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burghs of Scotland on the economic development of Scotland before 1707.
Scottish hist. rev. 10:250-71. 4116. Keith, THEODORA. Scottish trade with the plantations before 1707.
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crowns on the accession of James vi. to the throne of England, to the union of the kingdoms in the reign of Queen Anne. The 3d ed., cor. With a preliminary dissertation on the participation of Mary, queen of Scots, in the murder of Darnley ... London, 1819. 4 v.
The “preliminary dissertation," with its appendix, occupies all of the first two volumes.
Vol. 4, p. [427)-522: Dissertation on the supposed authenticity of Ossian's poems. 4118. LEWIS, LADY MARIA THERESA (VILLIERS) LISTER. Lives of the
friends and contemporaries of Lord Chancellor Clarendon : illustrative of portraits in his gallery London, 1852. 3 v. fronts. (ports.)
"Descriptive catalogue of the collection of portraits at the Grove”: v. 3, p. 239-435.
CONTENTS.-V. 1. Lord Falkland. Lord Capell.-v. 2. Lord Capell (cont'd) William Seymour, marquis of Hertford, afterwards duke of Somerset. -v. 3. William Seymour,
marquis of Hertford, afterwards duke of Somerset (cont'd) 4119. LOMAS, SOPHIA CRAWFORD. The state papers of the early Stuarts and
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Eng. hist. rev. 32:92-103. 4121. MACAULAY, THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY, ist baron. Miscel
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Works relating to the Seventeenth century are the following: v. 1. Milton; v. 2. Hampden; v. 4. Lord Bacon.-Sir William Temple; v. 7. Francis Atterbury.-John Bunyan; v. 8. A conversation between Mr. Abraham Cowley and Mr. John Milton touching the great
civil war. 4122. MACDIARMID, John. Lives of British statesmen. A new ed. London,
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CONTENTS.—Sir Thomas More,-William Cecil, lord Burleigh.Thomas Wentworth, earl of Strafford.-Edward Hyde, earl of Clarendon. 4123. MARSDEN, JOHN BUXTON. The history of the early Puritans; from
the reformation to the opening of the civil war in 1642. 2nd. ed. London, 1853. 16, 460 p.
4124. MARSDEN, John Buxton. The history of the later Puritans; from
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ing clergy in 1662 ... 2d ed. London, 1854. 8, 473 p. 4125. Matthew, TOBY, abp. of York. Collections for the lives of Toby
Mathew, archbishop of York, temp. Elizth. & Jas: 1, and of his son,
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accession of James 1. to the restoration (1603-1660). London, 1907. 19, 514 p. 3 fold. maps.
The political history of England. 4129. NEAL, DANIEL. The history of the Puritans or protestant noncon
formists; from the reformation in 1517, to the revolution in 1688; comprising an account of their principles; their attempts for a farther reformation in the church; their sufferings and the lives and characters of their most considerable divines. New ed. Reprinted from the text of Dr. Toulmin's edition; with the life of the author and account of
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royal house of Stuart. Wherein the errors of late histories are discover'd and corrected; with proper reflections, and several original letters from King Charles II. King James II. Oliver Cromwell, &c. As also the Lord Saville's famous forg'd letter of invitation, which brought the Scots into England in the year 1640, and gave occasion to the beginning of the civil wars .. To all which is prefix'd, some account of the liberties taken with Clarendon's history before it came to the press, such liberties as make it doubtful what part of it is Clarendon's, and what not. The whole collected from the most authentick memoirs, manuscript and printed. By the author of the Critical history of England. London, 1730. 21, , 781,  p.