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Index.
  • Keller, the Jesuit, 19.
  • Kentish Petition (1642), 100.
  • King (George), the bookseller, 176.
  • Knewstub, his Confutation (1579), 33.
 
  • La Mettrie (De), 14.
  • Langle (Marquis de), 13.
  • Lanjuinais, 22.
  • La Peyrère imprisoned, 12.
  • Leighton (Alexander), 75.
  • Le Noble (Eustache), 20.
  • Lilburne (John), 88, 102.
  • Linguet, 14.
  • Locke (John), 127–29.
  • Love, Family of, 32.
  • Luther, 7, 28.
  • Lyser, advocate of polygamy, 17.
 
  • Mantuanus, the Carmelite, 16.
  • Manwarine (Roger), 69–71.
  • Mariana, the Jesuit, 18.
  • Marivaux (Martin de), 22.
  • Marlowe (Christopher), 41, 42.
  • Martin Marprelate, 37.
  • Marston (John), 41, 42.
  • Mercurius Ehnchicus, 101.
  • Mercurius Pragmaticus, 101.
  • Meslier (Jean), 14.
  • Milton, 20, 90, 118–22.
  • Mocket (Richard), 61.
  • Molinos, foimder of Quietism, 11.
  • Molyneux (William), his Case for Ireland 136–40.
  • Mondonville (Madame de), 21.
  • Montagu (Richard), anti-Puritan, 71–3.
  • Morin (Simon), 10.
  • Morisot, 10.
  • Muggleton (Ludovic), 115, 116.