Persecution and liberty; essays in honor of George Lincoln Burr.


Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1968] .

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Other Authors Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938.
Subjects Freedom of religion.
Liberty.
Persecution.
Description xviii, 482 p. facsims., port. 22 cm.
Notes Reprint of the 1931 ed.
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents The theory of persecution, by E. W. Nelson.--Hebrew history and historical method, by A. T. Olmstead.--Nugae palaeographicae, by E. A. Lowe.--A lost diploma of Otto III, by E. V. Moffett.--Social aspects of medieval heresy, by A. P. Evans.--The consent of the English lower clergy to taxation during the reign of Henry III, by W. E. Lunt.--The attitude of Erasmus toward toleration, by W. K. Ferguson.--Sebastian Castellio and the toleration controversy of the sixteenth century, by R. H. Bainton.--Lelio Sozzini's confession of faith, by E. M. Hulme.--Vincenzo Maggi, a Protestant politician, by F. C. Church.--John de Feckenham and the Marian reaction, by A. H. Sweet.--The Colloquium heptoplomeres of Jean Bodin, by G. H. Sabine.--James I of England and the Little Beagle letters, by F. G. Marcham.--A seventeenth century humanitarian; Hermann Löber, by L. O. Gibbons.--The first Earl of Shaftesbury, by L. F. Brown.--Further considerations on the origins and nature of the enlightened despotism, by G. M. Dutcher.--The young Barère, by L. Gershoy.--Early Revolutionary newspapers, by G. G. Andrews.--The French Revolution; conspiracy or circumstance? By L. R. Gottschalk.--Agitation against the slave trade in Rhode Island, 1784-1790, by E. Donnan.
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