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LIBRARY MAK 3 1902
LONDON: BRADBURY AND EVANS, PRINTERS, WHITEFRI ARA.
ANALYTICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS.
1. DANIEL DE FOE, 1661–1731.
(From the Edinburgh Review, Oct. 1845. With Additions.) 1–103.
CHARLES II. 1661-1685.
An example of Things that ought to have Succeeded—A solitary Life
and a solitary Fame
Mr. Pepys and his wife in Whitehall Gardens-Sheldon and Clarendon
presiding over Church and State
Indulgence to Dissenters in Year of Dutch War—Mr. Foe of Cripple-
School-days of Daniel Foe-A boxing English boy
Educated in English as well as in dead and in foreign Languages—The
old Blind Schoolmaster of Bunhill-fields
The Popish Plot-Two Memorable Words first heard-Whigs and
Titus Oates—Daniel's opinions of the Plot-A Protestant Flail
The Monument carried off by six Frenchmen-Lying like Truth-A
Genius for homely Fiction
Daniel Foe, freeman, liveryman, and hose-factor of London—The
Closing years of Charles II's reig
Visit of William of Orange to his Uncle Execution of Sydney and
Russell—The Reign sets in sullen persecution
JAMES II. 1685—1689.
Greetings from Churchmen and Lawyers-Passive Obedience and
Infallibility of Kings—Landing of Monmouth
Daniel Foe “Out” with the Rebels-Escapes over Sea-Travels and
returns, Daniel De Poe.