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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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Matilda, daughter of Henry II, 141, 144. Matthew, dean of Chichester, 107. Matthew of Loudun, 137. Matthew Paris, 90, 352. Maud, empress, 169. Maurer, G. L. von and K., 70, 71. Maximilian, emperor, 241, 261, 3 OI » 337, 383» 385 SS; 4", 418-421. Mazzeriis, Philip de, 221, 224. Melrose Abbey, 171. Merlin, Prophecies of, 77. Migne's Patrologia, 73. Molesworth's History of the Period of Parliamentary Reform, 66. Monasteries, historical activity in, under Henry II, 170 sqq.Montfort, Simon de, 90, 136, 250. Monumenta Germania Historica, 5, 32· More, sir T., 281 sqq., 291, 294, 296. 312-316, 317, 325, 388, 391,414, 416, 421. Morton, archbishop, 364, 391, 404,407; his'fork,'407-411, 414, 421. Mosheim, J. L. von, 4. Mountjoy, lord, 331. Moyle, sir T. (Speaker), 289, 312, 331· Mullinger (J. B.), his Universityof Cambridge, 356. Municipal and local history neglected in England, 72. Muratori, 4. Naples, the queen of, and Henry VII, 386, 421. Napoleon I, 272. Nares, Dr., 7, 437. Nationality, the. idea of, 2 Jo sqq.Neill, bishop, 376. Neophytus de Calamitatibus Cypri, 184-186. Netherlands, revolt of the, 262, 270. Nicea, council of, 338. Nicephorus Phocas, 184. Nicholson, bishop, 6. Nicopolis, battle of, 231. G g Nicosia, 185-188, 191, 192, 197, 200, 201, 212, 215, 220, 228, 229, 232. Church of S. Nicolas, 212. Nigel of Canterbury, 166, 167. Nonjurors, the, 380. Norfolk, dukes of {temp. Henry VII and VIII), 282, 285, 286, 299, 317, 320, 322, 329, 404, 405. Norman Conquest, the, 90, 248, 249. its effects on ecclesiastical system of England, 343 sqq.Norman-French of Westminster, 355-Normans and English, amalgamation of, 149. North-country lords, Ogle, Dacre, and Scrope, do not appear in the earlier parliaments of Henry VII, 406. Northumberland, John Dudley duke of, 368. earl of, killed at Thirsk, 398, 409. Norway and Sweden, kings of, send embassies to Henry II, 143· Nowell, T., 437. Ockham, 360. Odo, prior of Canterbury, 167. Oissim, king of Armenia, 217. Order of the knights of S. Thomas of Acre, 209-212, 236. Ormond, earl of, 406. Otho, constitutions of, 353. Othobon, constitutions of, 353. Owen, S., 49,429, 434. Oxford, civil and canon law at, 356· drops the canon law degree, 366. study of history at, from the Re formation to George I, 6 sq. under Henry II, 62. ungracious reception of George the First's benefaction at, 6. Oxford Historical Society, the, 2 43°·


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