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French, 266. inistry, The, 246. muel, birth and par1; education and ts, 312; George d, 313; studies for 14, 315; quotation F, 315, 318, 319 ; tation-H.M. Coun
Solicitor-Generalslavery, 321 ; An323; influence of ter, 328; returned nster-quoted, 330 ; f his wife, 331 ; sufer account, 332 ; her ess and death, 334, cter, 336; quoted,
bours, 78; his book of “ Tithes," 79, 80; his declaration in regard thereto, 80 ; three tracts by, 80 ; his sycophancy towards James I., 81 ; after elevation of his nature—his share in the Protest of the Commons-his arrest and release, 82; works on constitutional law-enters Parliament-his career there, 83-89 ; his speeches in the House, 84 ; more publications, 85; committed to the Tower released-returns to literature, 89; the “ Mare Clausum,” 89,
resumes Parliamentary career, 90, 94; subscribes to the Solemn League and Covenant, 93; retires from Parliament, activity of his pen, 94 ; closing years of his life, 95 ; summary of his life-work, 96, 97; his views on Church and State, 97;
his Table-Talk," 98-103. Self-denial, Selden on, 102. Sermons, Selden on, 99. Seven Bishops, Trial of the, 122. Shrewsbury, Earl of, 114. Slavery, Brougham's attacks on,
347. Smollett, quoted, 105; on Mans
field, 212. Somers, John, Earl, 104 ; critical
opinions on-Mackintosh, 104; Earl Russell, Smollett, Swift, 105; Addison, 107; Barnet, 109; Walpole-Macaulay, 110; his benevolent character, 111 ; his birth and parentage, 112, 113; education, 114 ; studies for the law, 113; attracts at
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