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HISTORY OF ENGLAND
The Invasion of Julius Cæsar
THE ABDICATION OF JAMES THE SECOND,
BY DAVID HUME, ESQ.
A NEW EDITION,
WITH THE AUTHOR'S LAST CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
A SHORT ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE,
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF.
PHILLIPS, SAMPSON, AND COMPANY
Philip of Spain makes Proposals of Marriage to her,...... 3
Reestablishment of the Protestant Religion,
Joy of the Public at the Coronation,....
A Parliament; unanimous Recognition of the Queen's
The Queen's Supremacy established,.
The Laws of King Edward in regard to Religion confirmed,
1559. The Liturgy in the vulgar Tongue again introduced,....
Disgust between the Queen and Mary Queen of Scots,.... 14
Prudent Government of the Queen Regent.
High Pretensions of the Congregation,.
The Queen Regent forms an Accommodation with them,.. 22
The Congregation of the Lord,
Walter Mill burned at St. Andrew's,.
Interposition of Elizabeth in Scotch Affairs,
She supports the Cause of the Reformers,
Settlement of Scotland by the Treaty of Edinburgh,
The Genius and Capacity of Elizabeth in this Transaction, 28
Rigorous Measures of the Scotch Reformers,
French Affairs; Prevalence of the Reformed Doctrines, 30
The Guise Faction support the ancient Religion,
Death of the French King,.....
1561. Elizabeth refuses Mary a Safe-conduct through England,.. 33
She is received with great Joy,....
Mary is insulted on account of her Religion,. . . . . .
Contumelious Behavior of John Knox to the Queen,....
Poverty and morose Zeal of the Scotch Preachers,.
Mary sends an Ambassador to Elizabeth,
Wise Government of Elizabeth,.
1564. Peace with France,
She receives various Proposals of Marriage,....
Her rigorous Treatment of Catharine Gray and Lord Hert-
or appoint her Successor,
Bigotry and Ambition of Philip,.
Civil Wars of France,
Havre de Grace put in Possession of the English,
A Parliament; Address to the Queen to choose a Husband,
Apparent Friendship between Elizabeth and Mary,
Various Proposals of Marriage to Mary,
Artful Schemes of Elizabeth to elude them,