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Inaugural Lecture On the Study of History
I. Beginning of the Modern State
II. The New World
III. The Renaissance
IV. Luther
V. The Counter-Reformation
VI. Calvin and Henry VIII
VII. Philip II, Mary Stuart, and Elizabeth
VIII. The Huguenots and the League
IX. Henry the Fourth and Richelieu
X. The Thirty Years’ War
XI. The Puritan Revolution
XII. The Rise of the Whigs
XIII. The English Revolution
XIV. Lewis the Fourteenth
XV. The War of the Spanish Succession
XVI. The Hanoverian Settlement
XVII. Peter the Great and the Rise of Prussia
XVIII. Frederic the Great
XIX. The American Revolution
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Acton, Lord John - Lectures on Modern History (1906)

Acton, Lord John - Lectures on Modern History (1906)

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