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Sybel, Professor Heinrich
ALE of a Tub,' representative
Taxation, assessment of, 57
Township, the, sends deputies to
Trevisa, John of, his translation of
Trevelyan, Mr. G. O., his Early
his six Angevin kings, how
Tudor monarchy, the, causes of its
Temple, Sir William, his Letters and
Teulet, M., his edition of the
Thornton, Mrs. Alice, Autobiography
Thorpe, Benjamin, his edition of
Thurloe Papers, the, 337
Toleration, its adoption by the VENE
sects, 148; its prospects under
Toleration Act, the, enactment of,
Tulloch, Dr., Rational Theology of,
Turner, Sir James, Memoirs by,
Twysden, Sir Roger, the Decem
Tyerman, Rev. L., his Life of Wes-
Tytler, W., his work relating to
SSHER, archbishop, one of
Utopia, the, its characteristics, 105
Vergil, Polydore, his Historia An-
Verney, Sir Ralph, his Notes on the
Voltaire, influence of, on the French
Webb, John, his Memorials of the
Wedmore, the treaty of, 29
John Amundesham, 291; his
Whigs, the, support the Exclusion
Wilfrid, his argument in support of
William I., defeats Harold at
William II., his tyranny, 50; ap-
points Anselm archbishop, 51;
William of Malmesbury, his histori-
Williamson, Sir Joseph, Letters of,
Wilson, Arthur, his History of
Winchester, Annals of the monas-
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