The Cambridge Modern History, Volume 4

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Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Sir Stanley Mordaunt Leathes, Ernest Alfred Benians
Macmillan, 1906 - History, Modern
 

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Contents

The Valtelline and foreign Powers
40
The Strafgericht of Thusis
46
The Gutherzigen
52
French occupation of the Valtelline
58
CHAPTER III
64
Frederick left without support by the Union
67
I HI VI VII XIII XIV The Thirty Years War 80170
70
Rise of Wallenstein 73
73
Protestant champions
79
The LowerSaxon and Danish
85
The Danish intervention
91
Battles of the Dessau Bridge and of Lutter 97 Peace of Pressburg Death of Mansfeld 98 Unsatisfactory prospects of Christian IV
99
The great Habsburg maritime design 105 The Imperial dominium maris Stralsund
106
Catholic efforts for Restitution
110
Dismissal of Wallenstein
116
The conference of Loudun Barbins Ministry
122
Richelieu Chief Minister
128
The Mantuan succession
134
Rebellion and death of Montmorency
140
Negotiations for peace
146
FJsass Franche Comte Italy Roussillon
148
The Governors and the Parlements
154
Difficulties of the monarchy in Sweden
160
Duke Charles Peace of Stettin
166
Deposition of Sigismund in Sweden
172
Early days and personality of Gustavus Adolphus
178
Gustavus Adolphus home government
184
Contents
190
Christian William at Magdeburg
196
Fall of Magdeburg 202
202
Gustavus takes up his quarters at Mainz
208
Death of Tilly Swedish advance Gustavus at Munich Negotiations with Saxony 214
214
Gustavus marches for Saxony
220
Richelieu and Oxenstierna
226
Wallenstein in Bohemia
232
Contents
234
Agitation against Wallenstein
238
Advance of King Ferdinand Ratisbon recovered
244
Grotius at Paris Capture of Philippsburg
250
CHAPTER VIII
256
Battles of Rheinfelden Bernard before Breisach Battle of Wittenweier Gotz and Savello
275
CHAPTER IX
286
Divergence of opinion The Exclusion Bill
292
Attempt on the Five Members
298
CHAPTER X
302
Turnham Green and Bradock Down
308
Gainsborough Wallers plot Siege of Gloucester
314
Cromwell and toleration The Scots enter England
320
The New Model
326
Bristol taken Kilsyth and Philiphaugh 332
332
French intervention Parliamentary offers
338
The Scots give up the King
340
Siege of Colchester
349
Trial and execution of the King
355
Ordination Directory for Worship
361
Baner and Torstensson
367
CHAPTER XIV
395
Opening of the Congress at Minister and Osnabruck 399 The plenipotentiaries Trautmansdorff 400 German Spanish and Dutch plenipotentiaries 401 ...
405
The religious settlement
411
Causes of the War
471
The strategy of the War 4778
477
Blake in the Mediterranean
483
The Act of Revocation
489
Lauds Liturgy The tumult in St Giles
495
CHAPTER XVIII
513
The Graces refused Commission for the remedy of defective titles
519
Ormonde defeats the rebels at Kilrush
525
The Confederates besiege Dublin Preston defeated
531
Difficulties in carrying out the scheme
537
CHAPTER XIX
539
Lamberts coup dttat
545
Moncks change of front
551
Lamberts rising
557
The Scandinavian North 15591660 87983
560
The Northern Seven Years War
563
The Form of Government of 1634 The Regency
569
CHAPTER XXI
592
Conquests in Flanders The Dutch make peace
598
The Fronde The Parlements
604
The army The provinces
610
Rebellion of Conde
616
Mazarin and Richelieu
622
CHAPTER XXII
623
The fall of Lerma
629
Death of Philip III
635
The English match Charles in Spain
641
Waning faith and deepening misery
647
Philip in Aragon
653
Philips and Spains troubles
659
Brilliancy of the period in literature and art
665
CHAPTER XXIV
689
Naval triumph on the Slaak Siege of Maestricht
695
Marriage of William and Mary
701
Expedition to Pernambuco
707
Effects of the Portuguese revolt 714
714
The Academy of Leyden Hugo Grotius
717
The Dutch painters
723
The English and the Dutch in the East
729
Operations in the Banda Islands
735
Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe 741
741
English and French colonisation in North America
747
Loss of Brazil by the Dutch 753
753
The English French and Dutch in West Africa
759
CHAPTER XXVI
760
CHAPTER XXVII
776
Cogito ergo sum
782
Cartesianism in the Universities
788
Pascal 974
794
The Westminster Assembly
897
the Restoration 90912
909
Mazarin 91922
919
Papal Policy 15901648 92830
928
Transfer of Colonial Power 160050 9407
940
The Fantastic School 9489
948
Chronological Table of Leading Events 95461
954
Index
963
Peace negotiations Wrangel in Brandenburg
979

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