Compton, Henry

Compton, Henry, bishop of London, son of the Earl of Northampton; fought bravely for Charles I.; was colonel of dragoons at the Restoration; left the army for the Church; was made bishop; crowned William and Mary when the archbishop, Sancroft, refused; d. 1713.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Compiègne * Comrie
Common Law
Common-sense, Philosophy of
Commune, The
Communism
Comne`nus
Como, Lake of
Comorin, Cape
Comoro Isles
Comparetti
Compiègne
Compton, Henry
Comrie
Comte, Auguste
Comus
Comyn, John
Comyn, John
Concepcion
Conception of our Lady
Conciergerie
Conclave
Concord