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Clarendon, Earl of,
Edward Hyde (b. Dinton, Wilts, February 18th, 1608; d. Rouen, December 9th, 1674). Brief View and Survey of the Dangerous and Pernicious Errors to Church and State in Hobbes Leviathan (1676); The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, to which is added an Historical View of the Affairs in Ireland (1702); The History of the Rebellion and Civil War in Ireland (1720); The Life of Edward, Earl of Clarendon, Lord High Chancellor of the University of Oxford, being a Continuation of the History of the Grand Rebellion, from the Restoration to his Banishment in 1667, written by Himself (1759); Essay on an Active and Contemplative Life, and Dialogue on Education and the Respect Due to Age (176495); Religion and Policy, and the Countenance and Assistance Each should Give to the Other (1811); Essays, Moral and Entertaining, on the Various Faculties and Passions of the Human Mind (1815); The Natural History of the Passions. For Biography, see Woods Athenæ Oxonienses; An Historical Inquiry respecting the Character of Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, by the Hon. Agar Ellis (1827); and the Life of Clarendon, by T. H. Lister; Hallams Literary History, Macaulays History; Campbells Lord Chancellors, and the Dictionary of National Biography. The Clarendon Press edition of The Rebellion in England, with Warburtons Notes (1849); State Papers (1767, 1773, 1786).