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HISTORY OF ENGLAND.
J. C. CURTIS, B.A.,
AND 164 PICCADILLY.
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THE ANGLO-SAXONS, 449_1066.
NOTES ON THE SAXON PERIOD.
Distinction of Classes--The Witan-Modes of punishment-
Frank-pledgem-Agriculture Manners and Customs--Lite-
THIE NORMAN KINGS.
RICHARD, CEUR DE LION, 1189~1199.
Ta Massacre of the Jews-Sets out on the Crusade-Contest with
Saladin---Taken prisoner on his journey homewards Battle of Gisors~Fitz-Osbert's Insurrection New laws -King's death
JOHN, AND, 1199-1216. People of Anjou, etc., recognise Arthur-Battle of Mirabeau
-Death of Arthur Contest with the Pope--Battle of Bouvines-Contest with the barons-Magna ChartaCrown offered to and accepted by Louis-Plunder of the Jews-King's death ...
EII, Rufus, 1087--1100. y of Caen-Battle of Alnwick --The rtgages his duchy-Death of Lannselm-King's death
23 EAUCLERK, 1100---1135. England-Battle of Tenchebrai~ th of Henry's son-Execution of
HENRY III, 1216_1272. The Earl of Pembroke regent-Fair of Lincoln-Battle of
Taillebourg--Confirmations of the Charter---Baronial war Battles of Lewes and Evesham--Commerce--King's death
EDWARD I, LONGSHANKS, 1272—1307. Warwith Llewellyn-Warwith Scotland Edward as a legislator
V, 1135–1154 ar-Henry claims the crown3's death
EDWARD II, 1307_1327. Gaveston, the royal favourite, executed--Battle of Bannock
burn-Hugh Spenser-Battle of Boroughbridge-The queen goes to France~She returns and causes the imprisonment of the king~Important events~Fdward's death
NORMAN PERIOD. -- Mode of warfarom
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EDWARD III, 1327_1377. The Government carried on by the queen and Mortimer
Execution of the latter-Battle of Halidon Hill--Edward claims the crown of France- Battle of Cressy-The Black Plague--Battles Poitiers and Najara_Increase of parliamentary power-Wickliffe distinguishes himselfChaucer's picture of the village priest King's death 49
ales-- Origin of scutagem. Canterbury--Constitutions etm-Conquest of IrelandModes of Trial-King's