Introduction to the Study of English History

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K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Company, Limited, 1903 - 468 pagina's
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The Church under William Rufus 12 Anselm and Monasticism
12
Anselm and William Rufus
13
CHAPTER II
15
The Empire and the Church
16
Institutions of the settlers
17
Changes produced by war
18
The King and the Witan
19
Political arrangements
20
Administration of justice 22220
21
England and the Crusades
22
Richard I and Hubert Walter
23
The Christian missionaries in England 9 The monastic system
24
Church organisation
25
The Church compared with the Empire
27
Union of the kingdoms under Egbert
28
The Danish wars
29
Growth of kingly authority
30
Growth of a military aristocracy
31
The Eorls superseded by the Thegns
32
The change gradual
34
The King and the Witenagemot
35
The secular laws of Edgar
37
Ethelred and Edmund 25 Cnuts reign 26 Edward the Confessor
38
CHAPTER III
41
New ideas in Italy and France
42
Norman organisation in England
43
The national kingship
44
Institutions of the first Norman kings
46
Parliamentary Organisation 11991327
62
The three quarrels of the reign 4 The quarrel with the King of France 5 The quarrel with the Pope
63
The Papacy of Innocent III
65
The quarrel with the baronage 8 Magna Carta
66
Tentative efforts 11 Germ of the representative system 12 Accession of Henry III and the modified Charter 13 Extinction of Papal influence 14 The ...
72
Simon de Montfort
73
The national and the feudal kingship
76
Edward I and Wales
77
Edward I and Scotland 21 Edward I and France 22 The dispute with the Clergy and the Baronage 23 Confirmatio Cartarum
80
Reign of Edward II
81
Arbitrary government
89
Growing strength of the Commons 9 Chivalry
90
The labourers
91
Piers the Ploughman
92
The Black Death and the Teasants Revolt 13 Wyclifs principles
94
Wyclifs failure 15 The Conservative reaction
96
The Revolution of 1399
97
Gradual Emancipation of the Serfs 18 The decay of the baronage 19 Causes of the rise of the Tudor Monarchy 1 Reign of Henry VII
98
The Star Chamber CHAPTER VI
101
End of the Middle Ages
103
The Italian Renaissance
104
The Protestants 8 Character of the age 9 The kings supremacy
110
Edward VI
111
The separation from Rome 6 Growth of despotism
114
The religious difficulty at the accession of Elizabeth 13 The Elizabethan Compromise 14 The Elizabethan Commonwealth
115
Elizabeth on her defence against the Catholics 16 The Jesuit Propaganda
118
Persecution of the Catholics
120

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Pagina 220 - AUTHORITY OF HER MAJESTY'S TREASURY, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE MASTER OF THE ROLLS. ON the 26th of January 1857, the Master of the Rolls submitted to the Treasury a proposal for the publication of materials for the History of this Country from the Invasion of the Romans to the Reign of Henry VIII.
Pagina 238 - In this edition, the text of each manuscript is printed in columns on the same page, so that the student may see at a glance the various changes which occur in orthography, whether arising from locality or age. 24.
Pagina 222 - THE PARKER SOCIETY" was instituted in 1840. In carrying out its object, it aims first at. the reprinting, without abridgement alteration or omission, of the best Works of the Fathers and early Writers of the Reformed English Church, published in the period between the accession of King Edward VI.
Pagina 82 - But the matters which are to be established for the Estate of our Lord the King and of his Heirs, and for the estate of the Realm and of the People, shall be treated, accorded, and established in Parliament by our Lord the King and by the Assent of the Prelates, Earls, and Barons and the commonalty of the Realm, according as it hath been heretofore accustomed.
Pagina 380 - The growth or decline of the monarchy, the aristocracy, and the democracy, of the Church and of Dissent, of the agricultural, the manufacturing, and the commercial interests ; the increasing power of Parliament and of the press ; the history of political ideas, of art, of manners, and of belief; the changes that have taken place in the social and economical condition of the people ; the influences that have modified national character ; the relations of the mother country to its dependencies, and...
Pagina 221 - Durham, and in accordance with his pursuits and plans ; having for its object the publication of inedited Manuscripts, illustrative of the intellectual, the moral, the religious, and the social condition of those parts of England and Scotland included on the east between the Humber and the Frith of Forth, and on the west between the Mersey and the Clyde, a region which constituted the ancient Kingdom of Northumbria.
Pagina 327 - MOTLEY'S Rise of the Dutch Republic, and History of the United Netherlands, productions of very high historical excellence, will be found, and, especially in the latter work, much useful incidental illustration of the influences by which the English foreign policy was, at this period, to a great extent determined. The best recent outline of the history of the Jesuits Histories...
Pagina 332 - Another contemporary account is the work of the well-known DR. GODFREY GOODMAN, bishop of Gloucester. Goodman's sympathies, which were those of 1 Calendar of the Slate Papers relating to Ireland of the Reign of y anus I.
Pagina 340 - Notes of the Treaty carried on at Ripon between Charles I. and the Covenanters of Scotland, 1640, taken by Sir John Borough, Garter King of Arms. Edited by J. Bruce.

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