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A popular history of England, from the earliest times to the accession of Victoria.

Author: François Guizot; M M Ripley
Publisher: Boston, D. Estes and C.E. Lauriat [©1876]
Series: Estes and Lauriat's library of standard history.
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Genre/Form: History
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Guizot, M. (François), 1787-1874.
Popular history of England.
Boston, Mass. : D. Estes and C.E. Lauriat, ©1876
(OCoLC)607645164
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: François Guizot; M M Ripley
OCLC Number: 602677
Notes: Issued in 40 parts.
Description: 4 volumes illustrations 26 cm.
Contents: V.1: Ancient populations of Britain --
Roman dominion 55 B.C. to 411 A.D. --
The rule of the Saxons to the invasion of the Danes 449-832 --
The Danes --
Alfred the Great 836-901 --
Saxon and Danish kings --
conquest of England by the Normans 901-1066 --
Establishment of the Normans in England 1066-1087 --
The Norman kings --
William Rufus --
Henry I --
Stephen 1087-1154 --
Henry II --
1154-1189 --
Richard Coeur-de-Lion --
John Lackland --
Magna Charta 1189-1216 --
King and barons --
Henry III 1216-1272 --
Malleus Scotorum --
Edward I --
1272-1307 --
Edward II 1307-1327 --
The Hundred Years' War --
Edward III --
1327-1377 --
Bolingbroke --
Richard II --
1377-1398 --
Henry IV --
1398-1413 --
Henry V --
1413-1422 V.2: Henry VI --
1422-1461 --
Red Rose and White Rose --
Edward IV 1461-1483 --
Edward V --
1483 --
Richard III --
1483-1485 --
The Tudors --
re-establishment of regular government --
Henry VII --
1485-1509 --
Henry VIII and Wolsey 1509-1529 --
The royal reform --
Personal government of Henry VIII 1529-1547 --
The Reformation --
Edward Vi 1547-1553 --
Persecution --
Bloody Mary 1553-1558 --
Policy and government of Queen Elizabeth ; her foreign relations 1558-1603 --
James I 1603-1625 --
Charles I and his government 1625-1642 V.3: Charles I and his government 1625-1642 --
Charles I and Cromwell --
captivity, trial, and death of the king --
The Commonwealth and Cromwell, 1649-1653 --
Cromwell Protector 1653-1658 --
Protectorate of Richard Cromwell --
The restoration of the Stuarts 1659-1660 --
Charles II 1660-1685 --
James II and the Revolution 1685-1688 --
William and Mary --
establishment of parliamentary government 1689-1694 V.4: William 1694-1702 --
Queen Anne --
War of the Spanish succession 1702-1714 --
George I and the Protestant succession 1714-1727 --
George II 1727-1760 --
George III --
war with America 1760-1783 --
George III --
William Pitt and the French Revolution 1783-1806 --
George III and the Emperor Napoleon 1806-1815 --
George IV Regent and King 1815-1830 --
William IV --
Parliamentary reform 1830-1837. V.5: The accession --
Wars and rumors of war --
The East --
Sir Robert Peel and the Corn-laws --
Ireland --
Foreign policy --
European disturbances --
domestic peace --
The fruits of peace --
The Crimean War --
The Indian Mutiny --
The Tory administration --
The liberals without reform --
Eastern difficulties --
Western troubles --
the War in the United States --
Insurrection in Jamaica --
Continental changes --
Affairs at home --
The Abyssinian War --
Mr. Gladstone's administration. Index.
Series Title: Estes and Lauriat's library of standard history.
Responsibility: By M. Guizot. Translated by M.M. Ripley.

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