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  • Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900 Inglish - John 282374Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900 — Inglish - John
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  • of Denmark Heywood, John Heywood, Thomas (d.1650?) Hyde, Anne Hyde, Henry (1638-1709) Hyde, Henry (1710-1753) Hyde, Jane Hyde, Laurence James II of England
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  • Work (1914) James II 80663The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — James II James II of England and VII of Scotland, second son of Charles I and
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  • Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 29 James II of England by Adolphus William Ward 557085Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900
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  • strict sense of the word, for his lordship did not at the time own an acre of land in Scotland. After the accession of James II (of England) he was appointed
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  • monarchy. The throne of Great Britain cannot be lawfully abdicated unless with the consent of the two Houses of Parliament. When James II., after throwing
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  • physician to King James VII (II of England) and his fervent opposition to the Act of Union between Scotland and England. Martial Achievements of the Scots Nation
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  • followed, and James invaded England. He was met by the earl of Surrey, and in the battle of Flodden, Sept. 9, 1513, the king and many of his nobles were
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  • entirely from Rome. But the pope remained firm. The subsequent fall of James II of England destroyed French preponderance in Europe and soon after Innocent's
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  • confessor of James II of England, has been proved to be a forgery. Asa mark of esteem King Louis XIV presented him with Mont-Louis, a beautiful tract of land
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  • bathing, in cases of rheumatism, &c. Their temperature varies from 117° to 132° F. Cardinal Richelieu, Madame de Sévigné, James II. of England, and other celebrated
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  • Dukes of. [See Langley, Edmund de, 1314–1402; 'Plantagenet', Edward, 1373?–1415; Richard, 1411–1460; Richard, 1472–1483; James II, King of England, 1633–1701
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  • James II of England, when the prince of Orange sent to him at midnight to leave London. King William III of England, when he sent to beg the house of
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  • Countess of (1753-1824). The wife of Charles Edward Stuart (q.v.), grandson of James II. of England. She was the daughter of Prince Gustavus Adolphus of Stolberg-Gedern
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  • spend a few days in retreat with his friend the Abbot de Rancé; James II of England, when a refugee in France, went there to look for consolation. Dom
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  • marshal of France, was the natural son of James, duke of York, afterwards James II. of England, by Arabella Churchill (1648-1730), sister of the great
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  • portraits, including those of Claverhouse, Charles II. and James II. of England. At Cossans, in the parish of Glamis, there is remarkable sculptured monolith
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  • compiled ‘The Life of James II, King of England, &c., collected out of Memoirs writ of his own hand,’ 2 vols., London, 1816, 4to, edited by James Stanier Clarke
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  • very ill sign as to myself' (Dartmouth MSS. p. 72; cf. the art. on James II of England. Apparently he was obliged 'to part with Portsmouth.' his appointment
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  • XIII died there. Louis XIV was born there, and James II of England died there. The Benedictine Abbey of Morigny, near Etampes, was founded about 1102 by
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