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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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Painted chamber, 30. Paleologi, 237. Palmer, archbishop Richard, 154. Palmer, archdeacon E., 429. Pandects, the, 344, 35°· Papacy, the, of the Middle Ages, 246 sqq. Paper, effects of the nse of, instead of parchment, 384. Paris, archdeacon of Rochester, 153, 167. Paris, University of, 158,159,172. Parker, archbishop, 6, 373, 378. Parliaments of Henry VIII, anec dotes of, 331. Paston Letters, Mr. Gairdner's edition of, 63, 421. Pasture land and tillage, 414. Patrick, S., 341. Pauli, Reinhold, 70, 77, 432. Pavia, 347. Pearson, prof. C. H., 133. Pearson, R., claims to be admitted Doctor of Civil and Canon Law at Cambridge (1669), 379· Peckham, archbishop, 350, 353. Penitentials, the, 339, 342. Percy, Henry lord, 220. Percy, sir Henry (Hotspur), 228. Pertz, Dr., 32, 77, 166. Peter I, king of Cyprus, 194, 221-225, 230. Peter II, 225, 227. Peter de Helie, 159. Peter des Roches, bishop of Win chester, 210. Peter of Blois, 137, 138, 140, 146, 148, 157, 164, 165, 168-170, 173, 175· Peterborough under Henry II, 170. Petrarch, 224, 234. Pheasants, date of their introduc tion, 415. Philip II, king of Spain, 263. Philip IV, king of the French (the . Fair), 208, 251, 383. Philip VI, 251. Philip, archduke, 386, 401, 421. Philip Augustus, 250 sq. Philip of Antioch, king of Armenia, 215. Philip the Chancellor, 224. Philippa, Queen of Edward III, 222. Philosophy, scholastic, its aim, 242. Picot, G., 74. Pilgrimage of Grace, the, 290, 328. Pisa and England, 230. Plague in Cyprus, 219, 229. Plantagenet kings, long-suffering of, 244. Plumpton Letters, the, 421. Pocock's Bumet and Records of the Reformation, 64. Poland, partition of, 24, 271 sq.Powell, F. York, 434. Prsemunientes clause, the, 329. Praemunire, statute of, 288, 291 293. 316, 318-319, 324, 327, 354. 363 sq.Prerogative Court, 372. Printing, effects of the invention of, 384. 388 sq.Prizes, historical, at Oxford, 41 44· Proclamation Act, 329, 331. Provisions of Oxford, 204. Proxies in the House of Lords, 310 sq.Prynne, W., 9, 346, 351, 387. Puritans, the, and the Court of High Commission, 373 sqq. Ralph de Diceto, 140, 144, 150, 159, 161, 168, 176, 209. Ralph de Serris, 150, 165. Ramsey, chronicle of, 170. Ranke, Leopold von, his place in historical literature, &c, 64, 65. 7°· Raymund of Pennafort, 352. Recognition of Henry VIII, as supreme head, 318-320. Record Commission, the, 14. Reformatio Legum, the, 370. Reformation, the, 262, 265-269, 291-301, 318 sqq., 365 sqq.Reginald of Chatillon, 184.


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