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302, n. I

Gale, Thomas, his Scriptores XV.,
217; his edition of Gildas, 233
Gardiner, Stephen, his religious
position, III

Gardiner, Mr. S. R, his works on
English history in the sever.teenth
century, 354

Geffcken, Heinrich, his work on
Church and State, 301
George III., his struggle for power,
180; defeats the Whigs, 186;
State Papers of the reign of, 384;
his Correspondence with Lord
North, 386

Gerard, John, Life of, by Morris,

Germans assail the Roman empire,


Gervase of Canterbury, chiefly a
compiler, 264

Gery, Robert, continued Cave's
Historia, 214

Gesiths, relations of, with the king,


Gesta Stephani, the, 260
Giffard, Lady, her Life of Sir W.
Temple, 369

Gildas, his de Excidi Britanniae,

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Gregory VII., Pope, his idea of
papal absolutism, 48; his ideal of
the papacy contrasted with that
of Innocent III., 65
Gregory IX., Pope, his quarrel
with Frederick II., 71
Gregory, William, his Chronicle,

Grenville Papers, the, 385
Grey. Anchitell, his collection of
Debates, 227

Grey Friars of London, Chronicle of
the, 309
Grosseteste, Robert, his Letters,

Guest, Dr. E., his opinion on
Gildas, 233; on the Anglo-Saxon
Chronicle, 237; pamphlets on
British history by, 243
Guizot, Essais of, 268; his Histoire

de la Civilisation, etc., 282; his
works on Engli h history, 354
Gunpowder Plot, materials for the
history of the, 340

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Edward VI., 322; his Annals
of Elizabeth, ib.
Hearne, Thomas, merits of his texts
of authors, 216-7
Hemingford, Walter, Chronicle of,

Henry I., his quarrel with Anselm,
52; establishes order, 54
Henry II., restoration of order by,
55; his military reforms, 56; po-
litical institutions of, 58; his
quarrel with Becket, 59; chief
authorities for reign of, 262
Henry III., King, his accession, 69
Henry IV., the Emperor, his

pnance at Canossa, 42
Henry V., his French wars, 98;
authorities for reign of, 289
Henry VI., his weakness, 98;

Chronicles for reign of, 292
Henry VII., his accession, 99;
nature of his authority, 100; ex-
tends the royal power, 101; end
of his reign, 103
Henry VIII., character of, 105;
his quarrel with the Pope, 106;
his use of the royal supremacy,
110; correspondence of, 226;
State Papers for reign of, 312
Henry the Fowler imitates Edward
the Elder, 30

Herbert, Algernon, his Britannia
after the Romans, 243
Herbert of Cherbury, lord, his
Life of Henry VIII., 322; his
Expedition to the Isle of Rhe 340;
Autobiography of, 349.
Herbert, Sir Thomas, his Memoirs
of Charles I., 344

Heretics, statute for the burning of

Hervey, lord, Memoirs of, 376
Heylin, P., his Life of Laut, 347
Hexham Chronicles, the, 261
Higden, Polychronicon of, 285
Hildebrand, see Gregory VII.
Hogarth, evidence of his works
to the state of society, 173
Holinshed, Raphael, Chronicles of,

Holland, lord, his Memoirs of the
Whig Party, 395

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LABOURERS, the condition

of, 91

Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canter-
bury, 43; organises the English
Church, 50; Life of, by Milo
Crispin, 267; by dean Hook, 268
Langtoft, Peter, his Chronicle, 250
Langton, Stephen, nominated Arch-
bishop, 65

Lappenberg, his error in accepting
the de Situ as genuine, 241
Large Declaration, the, 341
Laud, Archbishop, his ecclesiastical
policy, 136; alarm caused by his
proceedings, 138; his Letters to
Strafford, 347; History of his
troubles, &c., ib.; Life of, by
Heylin, ib.

Laws, early English, 254
Lecky, Mr. W. E. H., his History
of England, 380
Legrand, Joachim, his Histoire du

Divorce, 320

Leland, John, his Collectanea and
Commentarii, 211-2

Le Neve, John, Fasti of, 229

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