The story of those who escaped persecution in Europe. The first took place in the latter half of the sixteenth century and consisted partly of French, but mainly of Flemish Protestants; and the second, towards the end of the seventeenth century, consisted almost entirely of French Huguenots.
This excellent book gives an account of the causes which led to these great migrations into England, and describes the effects upon English and Irish industry as well as history.
High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. A wealth of information and a snapshot in time. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.
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Chapter 1. The Reformation - Invention of Printing
Chapter 2. Episode in the Life of Palissy
Chapter 3. Persecutions of the Reformed
Chapter 4. The Duke of Alva in Flanders - Massacre of St Bartholomew
Chapter 5. Relations of England with France and Spain
Chapter 6. Settlements and Industries of the Protestant Refugees in England
Chapter 7. Early Walloon and French Churches in England
Chapter 8. The Edict of Nantes - Colbert and Louis XIV
Chapter 9. The Huguenot Persecution sUnder Louis XIV
Chapter 10. Renewed Flight of the Huguenots
Chapter 11. The Huguenots and the English Revolution of 1688
Chapter 12. Adventures of Dumont de Bostaquet - Irish Campaign of 1689-90
Chapter 13. Huguenot Officers in the British Service
Chapter 14. Huguenot Men of Science and Learning
Chapter 15. Huguenot Settlements in England - Men of Industry
Chapter 16. The Huguenot Churches in England
Chapter 17. Huguenot Settlements in Ireland
Chapter 18. Descendants of the Refugees
Chapter 19. Conclusion - The French Revolution
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