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INDEX.


  • Abela d, all his books burnt, 5.
  • Allen (Cardinal), 37.
  • Archer (John), of All Hallows, Lombard Street, 106.
  • Asgill (John), his book burnt by two Parliaments, 144–47.
  • Attwood (William), the English Whig, 184.
  • Aubigné (D'), his Histoire Universelle, 19.
 
  • Bale (Bishop), 29.
  • Barnes, 29.
  • Bastwick (the physician), 81–92.
  • Beaumarchais, his Memoirs condemned to the flames, 22.
  • Becon, 29.
  • Bellarmine, his Tractatus condemned by the Parliament of Paris, 64.
  • Bemier (Abbé) pseud., 13.
  • Best (Paul), prisoner at the Gatehouse, 107–109.
  • Bidle (a tailor's son), 110.
  • Bissendorf burnt, as well as his books, 9.
  • Boncerf, 21.
  • Book-fires of the Sixteenth Century, 25–47.
  • Book— — — under James I., 48–68.
  • Book— — — under Charles I., 69–93.
  • Book— — — of the Rebellion, 94–116.
  • Book— — — of the Restoration, 117–135.
  • Book— — — of the Revolution, 136–169.
  • Book— — — (our last), 170–190.