Juxon, William (15821663)

Juxon, William, archbishop of Canterbury, born in Chichester; became in succession bishop of Worcester and bishop of London, and attended Charles I. in prison and on the scaffold; lived in privacy till the Restoration, four months after which he was made archbishop, and died about two years after his elevation (15821663).

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

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Justice, Bed of
Justiciary Court
Justin
Justinian I.
Justinian Pandects
Jutland
Juvenal
Juxon, William
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Kabul
Kabyles
Kadijah
Kadris
Kaffirs
Kafiristan
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Kaisar-i-Hind
Kaiser