The Cambridge Modern History, Volume 5

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Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Stanley Mordaunt Leathes, Ernest Alfred Benians
Macmillan, 1908 - History, Modern
 

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Contents

France at war with Europe Marriage of William of Orange
44
and James II
51
The year 1689 The question of a religious crusade
57
The Peace of Ryswyk
63
CHAPTER III
64
CHAPTER IV
72
Church and Crown The Régale
78
The origins of Jansenism Jansen and SaintCyran
85
England under Charles II and James II 166087 78698
87
Survivals of Jansenism
91
THE STEWART RESTORATION
92
Contents
107
Contents
113
CHAPTER VI
116
Paradise Regained
122
CHAPTER VII
137
Act of Seclusion Holland and the States General
143
Disputes with England
149
The Prince of Orange and de Witt
155
CHAPTER VIII
168
2 THE WARS 166474
178
The Peace of Breda
189
De Ruyter and Rupert
195
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
The Pentland Rising Letters of Indulgence
284
Letters of Indulgence Execution of Renwick
290
3 IRELAND FROM THE RESTORATION TO THE ACT OF RESUMPTION
301
Tyrconnel Viceroy Revolt of Derry
307
Schombergs campaign William in Ireland
313
Limerick capitulates Articles of civil and military treaties
319
Church and dissent under Tudors and Stewarts
325
Toleration in England 8389
327
The contest under Charles II Nonconformists and Roman
331
Toleration and Comprehension The Comprehension Bill dropped
337
CHAPTER XII
338
CHAPTER XIII
372
CHAPTER XIV
401
Marlborough in the Netherlands
407
Capture of Gibraltar Battle of Malaga
413
Eugene in Italy Marlboroughs great plan
414
Renewed peace negotiations Vendôme in Flanders
420
cession 8469
422
Minorca and the Peninsula
426
A Peace Congress summoned
432
The results of the pacifications
438
Prince Wladislaw elected Tsar
501
Bigotry of the Russian Church Nil Sorski
507
Expeditions of discovery Western accounts of Russia Koto
513
Early years of Peter the Great
519
The extirpation of the Strieltzy Lefort and Menshikoff
525
The War of the Spanish Succession 8506
550
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
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
629
Margrave Albert invested with the duchy of Prussia
636
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
Loss of the Spanish monopoly French colonisation in North
684
System of colonial government
690
CHAPTER XXIII
706
Development of Mechanics
712
Leibniz and Newton
718
Human Anatomy Vesalius
724
Boyle Van Helmont Sylvius
730
Sexuality in plants Zoology
736
CHAPTER XXIV
742
Party Government under Queen Anne 85760
857
Russia before Peter the Great 14771682 86171
861
Peter the Great and his Pupils 16891730 8725
872
The Scandinavian Kingdoms 8769
876
Charles XII and the Great Northern War 1697
882
The origin of the Prussian Monarchy The Great Elector and the First Prussian King 88394
883
The Colonies and India 895902
895
European Science in the Seventeenth and earlier years of the Eighteenth Centuries 90310
903
Latitudinarianism and Pietism 9117
911
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF LEADING EVENTS 91827
918
INDEX
929
The youth of the Great Elector
940
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