English History for Schools, B.C. 55-A.D. 1880

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H. Holt and Company, 1881 - 471 pages

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The Submission of the Danes
23
CHAPTER V
24
Dunstan and the Danes
25
Dunstan brings in Schoolmasters
26
Elfheah the Martyr
27
The Reign of Cnut
28
CHAPTER VI
29
Englishmen and Normans
30
Edward the Confessor favours the Normans
32
Harold King of the English
33
The Battle of Senlac
34
The Conquest of England
36
The Normans gain Lands in England
37
Domesday Book
40
Tyranny of the Nobles
46
Henry II and the Clergy
50
CHAPTER IX
55
John excommunicated
61
The Battle of Evesham and the Death of Earl Simon
70
Edward subdues Scotland
76
Bannockburn
82
Chivalry
88
The Black Death
91
CHAPTER XIII
94
John Wyclif
96
and his Uncles
99
End of the Reign of Richard II
100
CHAPTER XIV
101
Law made for the Burning of Heretics
103
Rebellion against Henry IV
104
Henry of Monmouth Prince of Wales
105
Henry V makes War upon France
106
Siege of Harfleur and Battle of Agincourt
107
The Siege of Rouen 8 The last Years of Henry V
110
The English Rule in France
111
Joan Darc
112
Capture and Death of Joan
113
The Loss of France 13 Weakness of Henry VI
114
THE HOUSE OF YORK EDWARD IV
117
The Barons and the Middle Classes
119
Difficulties in the way of getting Justice
120
Growing Power of the King
121
Edwards Deposition and Restoration
122
The Benevolences and the Printing Press
123
The End of the Reign of Edward IV
124
Edward V and the Duke of Gloucester
125
The Duke of Gloucester Protector
126
The Duke of Gloucester becomes King Richard III
127
Murder of the Princes
128
Richards Defeat and Death
129
Wars on the Continent
138
CHAPTER XVIII
144
The Pilgrimage of Grace
150
CHAPTER XIX
156
Seizure of Church Property 3 Somersets Fall
158
Northumberlands Government
159
Death of Edward VI and Accession of Mary
160
The first Years of Queen Mary
161
The Protestant Martyrs
163
The last Days of Mary 158 159 160 161 163
164
CHAPTER XX
165
Elizabeth and the Church
166
The Reformation in Scotland
167
Mary Queen of Scots in Scotland 5 Mary Queen of Scots in England
168
The Rising in the North 7 Prosperity of the Country
169
Illfeeling against Spain
171
Drakes Voyage
172
English Voyages of Discovery 165 166 167 168 168 169 169 171 172
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CHAPTER XXI
176
Throgmortons Plot and the Association
177
Help sent to the Dutch
178
Drake in the West Indies
179
The Babington Conspiracy and the Execution of the Queen of Scots 6 Drake singes the King of Spains Beard
180
The Sailing of the Armada
181
The Armada in the Channel
182
The Armada in the North
184
The Destruction of the Armada
185
CHAPTER XXII
187
The Expedition to Cadiz
189
Essex in Ireland 5 Conquest of Ireland
190
The Monopolies
191
Elizabeths Death PAGE 187 187 189 189 190 191
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AND THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 16031614
195
The Gunpowder Plot
198
Discovery of the Plot
200
The English Government of Ireland 7 The Colonisation of Ulster
201
The Great Contract and the Impositions
202
The Addled Parliament
203
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207
202
207
203
207
The Spanish Marriage Treaty
207
Raleighs Voyage
207
Raleighs Return and Execution
207
James I and the Thirty Years
207
The Monopolies and Lord Chancellor Bacon
208
The Loss of the Palatinate
209
Prince Charless Visit to Madrid
210
End of Jamess Reign
211
The Expedition to Cadiz
214
The Court of Star Chamber
220
Wentworth sent for
224
Breach between the King and the Parliament
230
Cromwells Second Parliament
242
Richard Cromwells Protectorate and the Restored Commonwealth 10 The Restoration
243
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THE FIRST TWELVE YEARS OF CHARLES II
249
The Army disbanded and the Judges of Charles i
249
Treatment of the Puritans
249
John Bunyan 5 John Milton
249
Lord Chancellor Clarendon
250
The First Dutch War 8 The Plague and the Fire of London
251
The Dutch in the Medway
253
The Cabal Ministry
254
The Triple Alliance and the Treaty of Dover
255
The Declaration of Indulgence and the Second Dutch
256
CHAPTER XXX
257
Danbys Ministry
258
The Popish Plot
259
The Exclusion Bill
261
Whigs and Tories
262
Violence of the Tories and the Rye House Plot
263
The Rye House Plot
265
The Last Days of Charles II
266
THE REIGN OF JAMES II
267
The Bloody Assizes
269
The Test Act violated
271
The Declaration of Indulgence
272
The Expulsion of the Fellows of Magdalen
273
The Trial of the Seven Bishops
274
The Invitation to the Prince of Orange
276
CHAPTER XXXII
278
The War in Scotland
279
The Massacre of Glencoe
280
The Siege of Londonderry
282
The End of the War in Ireland
284
The Battle of La Hogue
286
The War in the Netherlands and the Death of Mary
287
The Liberty of the Press
288
The Siege of Namur
289
CHAPTER XXXIV
295
The Tory Ministry
301
Walpole and the Excise Bill
307
The Young Pretender in Scotland
310
CHAPTER XXXVI
319
Victory at Quiberon
321
The Stamp
327
The Alliance between America and France
334
CHAPTER XXXIX
347
The Mutiny at Spithead
353
203
359
The Union with Ireland
360
Napoleons Plan for invading England
366
CHAPTER XLI
371
Napoleon in Spain
373
The Battle of Corunna
374
Oporto and Talavera
375
Walcheren
376
Wellingtons Difficulties in Spain
377
Torres Vedras
378
The Regency
379
The Guerillas
380
The Capture of Cuidad Rodrigo and Badajoz
381
The Battle of Salamanca
382
The Uprising of Prussia and the Battle of Vittoria
383
Napoleons Last Struggle
384
Wellingtons Military Career
385
CHAPTER XLII
386
General Distress
387
Romilly as a CriminalLaw Reformer
388
Agitation in the Country
389
The Manchester Massacre
390
Death of George III
391
CHAPTER XLIII
392
Peel Reform of the Criminal Law
393
Huskissons Commercial Reforms
394
The Canning and Goderich Ministries
397
The Reform Bill
404
The Peoples Charter
410
Lord Palmerston and the Eastern Question
415
The Chartists in London
423
The Invasion of the Crimea and the Battle of the Alma
429
CHAPTER XLVIII
435
CHAPTER XLIX
442
The Cotton Famine
448
The Irish Church and the Gladstone Ministry
452
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Page 81 - And crowns for convoy put into his purse : We would not die in that man's company, That fears his fellowship to die with us. This day...
Page 81 - God's will ! I pray thee, wish not one man more. By Jove, I am not covetous for gold, Nor care I who doth feed upon my cost ; It...
Page 81 - It yearns me not if men my garments wear ; Such outward things dwell not in my desires : But if it be a sin to covet honour, I am the most offending soul alive.
Page 292 - The Earl of Chatham, with his sword drawn Stood waiting for Sir Richard Strachan ; Sir Richard, longing to be at 'em, Stood waiting for the Earl of Chatham.
Page 81 - Old men forget ; yet all shall be forgot, But he'll remember with advantages What feats he did that day...
Page 145 - And the sun went down, and the stars came out far over the summer sea, But never a moment ceased the fight of the one and the fifty-three.
Page 146 - And the night went down, and the sun smiled out far over the summer sea, And the Spanish fleet with broken sides lay round us all in a ring; But they dared not touch us again, for they fear'd that we still could sting, So they watch
Page 278 - Like leviathans afloat Lay their bulwarks on the brine ; While the sign of battle flew On the lofty British line : It was ten of April morn by the chime, As they drifted on their path, There was silence deep as death, And the boldest held his breath For a time. But the might of England flushed To anticipate the scene, And her van the fleeter rushed O'er the deadly space between. "Hearts of oak!
Page 290 - By the struggling moonbeam's misty light And the lantern dimly burning. No useless coffin enclosed his breast, Not in sheet nor in shroud we wound him ; But he lay like a warrior taking his rest With his martial cloak around him.
Page 279 - Ye are brothers, ye are men, And we conquer but to save ; So peace instead of death let us bring. But yield, proud foe, thy fleet, With the crews, at England's feet, And make submission meet To our king.

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