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Index.
  • Dominis (Marcus Antonius de), 9.
  • Drake (Dr. James), 155–57, 173–183.
  • Dufresnoy, 17.
  • Dulaurent, an apostate monk, 13.
 
  • Emmius, his posthmnous book, 21.
  • Enjedim, the Hungarian Socialist, 6.
 
  • Falkland (Lord), 101.
  • Fleetwood (William), Bishop of St. Asaph, 167.
  • Fish's Supplication of Beggars, 36.
  • Freret, 15.
  • Froude (J. A.), his Nemesis of Faith burned, 144.
  • Frith, 29.
  • Fry (John), M.P., 103, 4.
 
  • Génébrazd (Archbishop), 18.
  • Gerberon, 12.
  • Giannone, his Historia Civile, 21.
  • Gigli, his Vocabulario 17.
  • Goodwin (John), prolific writer, 117–122.
 
  • Hall (Bishop), 41, 2, 3.
  • Hall (Joseph), serjeant-at-arms, 172.
  • Helot, his L'Escole des Filles, 17.
  • Herries (Walter), 183.
  • Holbach (Baron d'), 15.
  • Humphrey (John), 154.
  • Huss (John), 6.
  • Hutchinson (Provost Hely), 182, 185.
 
  • James I., Book-fires under,48–68.
  • James III., Declaration of, 174.
  • Joly (Claude), 20.
  • Joye, 29.
  • Justiciarius justificatus, 101.