Denys Hay is one of the best known British historians of the Renaissance. His work is marked by a judicious and readable style, an equal interest in the affairs of England and Italy, and an ability to hold in balance the claims of political and cultural history. This collection brings together the important part of Professor Hay's work that has appeared as essays and represents all his major interests.The second, J. Fall, had been a tutor in the household of the Duke of Queens- berry ; he rose with the Duke and, when the Duke fell in 1686, Fall was deprived of his office. The post was then given to an upstart schoolmaster and army doctor anbsp;...
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