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WILLIAM STUBBS Seventeen lectures on the study of medieval and modern history and kindred subjects

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WILLIAM STUBBS
Seventeen lectures on the study of medieval and modern history and kindred subjects
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Damietta, 219. ' Dark Ages,' the, 92. David, Master (canon of S. Paul's), 160. Decretals, the, 352, 357; forged, 266, 341. Decretum, the, 344, 346, 350352· Degrees in Canon Law, abolished by T. Cromwell, 366 ; cf. 370. 'De heretico comburendo,' the writ, 377. De la Poles, the, 383, 396, 400 sqq.Dene, archbishop, 404. Derby, earl of, 399. Despensers, the, 412. Dialogai de Scoccarlo, 153, 173, Elizabeth of York, 395, 417. Ι75· Dicey, prof. Α. V., 43· Dionysius Exiguus, 339, 340. Dissolution of Monasteries, 297 298, 309. 328 sq.Doctors' Commons, 373, 380. Doctors of Civil Law, legislation of 1545 with regard to, 367, 372, 378. 'Domesday, the New, 52. Dorset, lord, 398. Dover and its Chronicle, 166. Draco Normannicus, 174. Drake's Eboracum, 73. Dugdale, sir W., 9. Diimmler, prof., 70. Duns Scotus, 242. Dunstan, 91, 341, 344. Durham under Henry sq. Dynham, lord, 404. Earle, prof. J., 91. Eccard, J. G., 4. 77, 169, Π, 171 Edward I, king of England, 58, 136. 173, 188, 305 sq., 310, 212-216, 319, 340, 242, 393, 330, 388, 417. Edward II, 214, 216, 251, 363. Edward III, 173, 218, 222, 229, 362, 393, 4J7-Edward IV, 386, 393, 399, 405. Edward V, 397. Edward VI, 268, 309, 368 sqq., 394· Egbert of York, 340. Egremont heads a riot at Thirsk, 398. Eleanor, queen of Castile, 141. Eleanor of Aragon, queen of Peter I of Cyprus, 225. Eleanor, queen of Henry II, 139, 204. Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV, 235 346, 348- Elizabeth, queen of England, 234, 307, 390, 394 ; her ecclesiastical policy, 268, 370 sqq.,380, 394· Elton, C. I., 434. Ely, chronicle of, 170. Empire, the, in the Middle Ages, 245· Empson and Dudley, 285, 405, 408, 412, 423. Encomium Emmae, 77. Episcopate, the, under Edward VI, 368 sqq., 375 sq.Erasmus, 298, 388, 421. Etaples, peace of, 418 sq.Executions for religious causes in England, 377. Exeter under Henry II, 168. Extravagants, the, 350 sqq.Eystein, archbishop, 143 sq. Faculties of the Canon and Civil Laws at the Universities, 356. Fairfax, sir T., 378. Famagosta, 185, 188, 191 sqq., 193, 215, 221, 224, 225, 228, 229, 231, 233. Fantosme, Jordan, 177. Fell, bishop, 6. Female education, a suggestion for, circa 1303, 213. Ferdinand and Isabella, 383, 386, 401, 420, 421. Ferrers, lord, 405. Feudal polity in Cyprus, 187 sqq.Fisher, bishop, 296, 316, 326. Fitz-Neal, Richard, 38.


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