Persecution and liberty; essays in honor of George Lincoln Burr.
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Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938.
Freedom of religion.
xviii, 482 p. facsims., port. 22 cm.
Reprint of the 1931 ed.
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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