The English Nation; Or, A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen, Volumen3

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George Godfrey Cunningham
A. Fullarton & Company, 1863
 

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Charles Seymour 71 475 Francis Atterbury
159
wu William Earl Cowper 72 476 Jeremy Collier
167
Thomas E of Macclesfield 73 477 Edmund Calamy
176
Archbishop Tillotson 87 483 John Balguy
195
John Hughes 275 III LITERARY SERIES 513 Nicholas Rowe
275
Charles Cotton 193 514 Matthew Prior
278
200 515 Sir Christopher Wren
281
Henry Purcell 205 517 Humphrey Prideaux
286
John Wallis 206 519 William Croft 491 John Dryden 210 520 Sir Isaac Newton
292
John Locke 222 521 John Freind
310
John Pomfret 231 522 John Woodward
311
John Evelyn 233 523 Sir Richard Steele
313
Sir Charles Sedley 236 524 William Congreve
318
Robert Hooke 237 525 Anthony Collins
320
Thomas Betterton 239 526 Laurence Echard
322
Henry Aldrich 242 527 Sir James Thornhill
324
Henry Dodwell 244 528 John Gay
326
John Blow 247 529 John Arbuthnot
331
Arthur Maynwaring 247 530 Sir Richard Blackmore
339
Joshua Barnes 248 531 Thomas Hearne
342
William Cave 249 532 Granville Lord Lansdowne
344
John Radcliffe 256 534 Jacob Tonson
348
William Wycherley 258 535 John Strype 507 Roger Cotes 260 536 Eustace Budgell
351
Thomas Parnell 261 537 John Asgill
355
Sir Samuel Garthi 265 538 Thomas Tickell
356
Joseph Addison 266 539 Edmund Halley
359
Sir Chaloner Ogle
394
Admiral Matthews
396
George II 370 553 Sir Peter Warren
399
Frederick Prince of Wales 375 554 Horatio Lord Walpole
401
William D of Cumberland 377 555 Admiral Vernon
402
Charles Edward Stuart 378 556 Admiral Byng
405
Henry Stuart Cardinal York 385 557 Sir Paul Methven
407
William Shippen 387 559 Majorgeneral Wolfe
408
Sir John Fortescue Aland 387 560 Lord George Murray
414
Sir John Balchen 388 561 Admiral Boscawen
416
Dodington Lord Melcombe
418
George Lord Lyttelton 450610 Sir Hans Sloane
577
Stanhope E of Chesterfield 452 611 Thomas Carte 612 Richard Mead
580
ECCLESIASTICAL SERIES 613 Edward Cave
581
Thomas Woolston 461 614 Henry Fielding
585
William Derham 464 615 John Henley
591
Daniel Waterland 464 616 David Hartley
592
Archbishop Boulter 469 617 Edward Moore
594
Andrew Snape 469 618 John Dyer
595
Daniel Neal 470 619 Nicholas Hardinge
596
Bishop Gibson 472 621 William Collins
599
Philip Doddridge 473 622 Samuel Richardson
603
Conyers Middleton 477 623 William Oldys
607
William Whiston 484 624 James Bradley
610
Joseph Butler 491 625 William Shenstone
611
Bishop Berkeley 496 626 Charles Churchill
613
Simon Browne 505 627 Robert Dodsley
617
Bishop Wilson 506 628 William Hogarth
620
Bishop Conybeare 509 629 Lady M Wortley Montague
627
Arthur Sykes 510 630 Henrietta C of Suffolk
634
Archbishop Herring 513 631 David Mallet
638
James Harvey 513 632 Edward Young
641
Samuel Chandler 514 633 Thomas Birch
643
Bishop Hoadly 514 634 Richard Dawes
644
Bishop Sherlock 521 635 Zachary Grey
646
William Law 528 636 James Quin
647
Bishop Lavington 530 637 Laurence Sterne
648
John Mason 530 638 William Duncombe
652
Nathaniel Lardner 531 640 Alexander Munro
654
Archbishop Secker 536 641 Mark Akenside
656
George Whitefield 537 642 John Dollond
659
John Jortin 541 643 Tobias Smollett
663
Christopher Smart
666
John Harrison
667
George III
731
Charles Townshend 693 658 Sir Hyde Parker
738
John Duke of Bedford 697 661 Jonas Hanway
747
Pitt Earl of Chatham 709 664 John Shebbeare
753

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