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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-349

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DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 347 William Anne's reign Marlborough's campaigns Occas- ional Conformity Bill and the Dissenters Sacheverell Riots Fall of the Whig Ministry Occasional Conformity Act Peace of Utrecht Question of relation between the two Houses Schism Act George South Sea Bubble End of the Reforming Whigs Walpole's Ministry Quieta non morere Fielding and Hogarth Reign of the Pelhams Rebellion of 1745 At Henry Pelham's death in 1754 the Whig aristocracy had done its work Beginning of new epoch CONTINENTAL HISTORY 1494 Friday 10-11 Professor Gardiner Michaelmas Term 1889 The Italian Renascence The French in Italy Empire of Charles Luther and the German Reformation Political and ecclesiastical struggles in Germany Rivalry between Charles and Francis The Peace of Augsburg 1555 Calvinism and the Jesuits Civil Wars in France The Rise of the Dutch Republic Lent Term 1890 The League in France The Bourbon Monarchy Louis -XIII The Thirty Years'War Ministry of Richelieu The Fronde and Mazarin Wars of Louis XIV Greatness of Louis XIV
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