Rights, Declaration of

Rights, Declaration of, a declaration of the fundamental principles of the constitution drawn up by the Parliament of England and submitted to William and Mary on their being called to the throne, and afterwards enacted in Parliament when they became king and queen. It secures to the people their rights as free-born citizens and to the Commons as their representatives, while it binds the sovereign to respect these rights as sacred.

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

Rigdum Funnidos * Rigi
Richthofen, Baron von
Ricord, Philippe
Ridley, Nicolas
Riehm, Edward
Rienzi, Cola di
Riesengebirge
Rifacimento
Riff
Riga
Rigdum Funnidos
Rights, Declaration of
Rigi
Rigveda
Rimini
Rimmon
Rinaldo
Rinderpest
Ring and the Book
Rio de Janeiro
Rio Grande
Rio Grande do Norte