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  1. Marguerite de Valois (5364 bytes)
    6: ...family ties and create harmony between the Catholics and [[Huguenot]]s. Although Henri's mother, Jeann...
    10: ...edici orchestrated the slaughter by French Catholics of thousands of Huguenots, [[St. Bartholomew's Da...
    14: ...rite wrote her memoirs, which were published in [[1658]], years after her death. These writings consiste...
  2. Maryland (22654 bytes)
    47: ...h Catholicism and Anglicanism. This lasted until 1658 when the Calvert family regained control and re-e...
    49: During the persecution of Maryland Catholics by the Puritan revolutionary government, all of t...
    61: ...rnment of [[Maryland]], like the other 49 [[Politics of the United States#state government|state gover...
    65: ...is intended to divide State and [[Federal]] politics.
    92: "Waterborn Commerce Statistics"). Although the port handles a wide
  3. John Locke (14749 bytes)
    8: ...r's degree in [[1656]] and a master's degree in [[1658]]. Although Locke never became a medical doctor, ...
    16: ...s political ideas. Locke became involved in politics when Shaftesbury became [[Lord Chancellor]] in [[...
    31: ... IV with knowledge, including intuition, mathematics, moral philosophy, [[natural philosophy]] ("scien...
    37: ... as the proper starting point for examining politics. Individuals have rights, and their duties are d...
  4. Thomas Hobbes (26163 bytes)
    20: ...enon, he disdained experimental work as in [[physics]]. He went on to conceive the system of thought t...
    26: ...blished little except for a short treatise on optics (''Tractatus opticus'') included in the collectio...
    38: ... greatly angered both Anglicans and French Catholics. Hobbes fled back home, arriving in London in the...
    58: ...controversy. The bishop returned to the charge in 1658 with ''Castigations of Mr Hobbes's Animadversions...
    62: ...es of ''Six Lessons to the Professors of Mathematics'' in 1656.
  5. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    653: *[[Baltasar GraciᎠy Morales]], (1601-1658){{fn|C}}
  6. Mustard (7834 bytes)
    44: ...he past adulterants were so commonplace that in [[1658]] French law proscribed all mustard-making for sa...
  7. Harp (23216 bytes)
    12: ...-- [[King David]] was a harpist -- and ancient epics, and even appears in Egyptian wall paintings. Thi...
    20: ...degrees of force creates [[dynamics (music)|dynamics]]. Depending on finger position, different tones ...
    62: ...and Fs in the diatonic row and between the Bs and Cs in the diatonic row. In this respect it is much ...
    113: ...ed on the succession of [[Richard Cromwell]] in [[1658]]. The harp is also the traditionally used on the...
    128: *[http://www.tns.lcs.mit.edu/harp/ The Harp Page] - a directory of har...
  8. Robert Abbot (2381 bytes)
    5: ... still served in [[1657]]. Between [[1657]] and [[1658]], and in [[1662]], Abbot appears to vanish from ...
  9. Copenhagen (8004 bytes)
    11: [[1658]]-[[1659|59]] it withstood a severe siege by the ...

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