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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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King de facto, adherents to, not to be attaint of treason, 415. Kinglake's War in the Crimea, 66. Kington, T. L., II . Kitchin, dean G. W., 66, 133, 428, 434. Kovalefski, prof., 434. Laing, Robert, 429. Lambeth, college at, proposed by archbishops Baldwin and Hnbert, 151. Lambeth degrees, 379. Lancaster, House of, 173. Lanfranc, archbishop, 154, 165, 344· Lanfrey s History of Napoleon, 68. Langton, archbishop, 173, 349, 353· Lappenberg, Dr., 70. Lardner's Cyclopœdia, 69. Latin, the, of the twelfth century, 175 sqq. Laud, archbishop, 377. Laurence, abbot of Westminster, 169. Law Schools of London, 351. Lee, archbishop, 326. Leibnitz, 4. Leo or Livon, 183. Leo I, king of Armenia, 215. Leo II, 217. Leo III, 217. Leo IV, 217 sq. Leo V, 226 sq. Leopold, duke, 196. L'Estrange, sir Hamo, 190. Lewis VI, king of France, 259. Lewis VII, 144. Lewis IX, 202, 215, 241, 242, 250. Lewis XI, 259, 418. Lewis XII, 401, 419. Lewis XIV, 264 sq. Lewis of Bavaria, 241, 248, 357. LibeUus de Recuperatione Terra Sancta, 213. Liebermann, Dr., 43, 434. Lightfoot, Hannah, 124. Limasol, 185, 200, 209, 229. Lincoln, John, earl of, 386, 397. Lincoln under Henry II, 170. Locusts, a plague of, 213. Lombardus of Piacenza, 165. London, merchant adventurers of, 415· London under Henry II, 168 sq. Longchamp, William, 144, 158. Lothian Prize, the, at Oxford, 41 sqq. Louise of Savoy, 387. Lovel, viscount, 397, 406. Ludolf of Suchen, 212, 219. ' Lues rehabilitandi,' tie, 127. Lusignan, the house of, 187 sqq., 203 sq., 218, 233 sqq. Luther, Henry VIII against, 284. Luxemburg, House of, 246. Lyndwood s Provinciale, 354,372, 378. Macaulay as a historian, 124. Magna Carta, 412. Mai, cardinal, and the Draco Normannicus, 77. Maine, sir H. S., 40. Mandeville, sir John, 225. Manorial and spiritual courts in Anglo-Saxon times, 343. Manorial map ofEngland.a, 57,73. Manuel Comnenus, 84 sqq., 193. Manx Church, the, and Dr. Munch, 76, 143· Map, Walter, 159, 166, 170, 174. Marco Polo, 215. Margaret, daughter of Henry VII, 416, 419. Margaret, the Lady mother of Henry VII, 382, 387, 396, 399» 423· Margaret of Austria, 386, 421. Margaret of Burgundy, 386, 396, 397» 4°· *?· , . . Maritime and matrimonial jurisdiction, why associated, 355. Marney, H., 314. Marsilius, 360. Martyr, Peter, 369. Mary, the Lady, daughter of Henry VII, 421. Mary I, queen of England, 268, 366, 370 sq., 394.


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