English History for Students: Being the Introduction to the Study of English History

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Holt, 1881 - 424 pàgines
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Italy united under Rome
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Rome the head of the nations
10
The Empire and the Roman
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Abstract conception of Rome
12
The individual sacrificed to the society
13
The Christian Church
14
Organisation of the Church
15
The Empire and the Church
16
Fall of the Empire in the West
17
The Church and the Teutonic conquer
18
The King and the Witan
19
Administration of justice
20
Moral needs of the population
21
The Christian missionaries in England
22
Richard I and Hubert Walter
23
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
PAGB
31
Growth of a military aristocracy
32
The change gradual
34
The King and the Witenagemot
35
Dunstans ecclesiastical policy
36
The secular laws of Edgar
37
Cnuts reign
38
The House of Godwin
39
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
The Cluniac Ketorms
47
CHAPTER VI
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The Papacy of Innocent III
66
New institutions needed
67
Tentative efforts 1 Germ of the representative system 12 Accession of Henry III and the modified Charter 13 Extinction of Papal influence 14 The Fr...
71
Simon de Montfort
73
His scheme of a Representative Parliament 17 The early years of Edward I
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
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CHAPTER VI
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End of the Middle Ages 4 The Italian Renaissance
104
The separation from Rome 6 Growth of despotism
106
The Protestants 8 Character of the age 9 The kings supremacy
110
Edward VI
111
Mary
112
Buckingham and Prince Charles 6 War policy of Charles I
134
The House of Commons and the Church 8 The King without Parliament 9 The Puritan Opposition 10 The Constitutional Opposition 11 Arbitrary go...
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CHAPTER VIII
150
Aims of the Protectorate 2 The Rights of Minorities 3 Government by the army
152
Government of the Restoration 5 The Divine Right of Kings 6 Character of the Restoration
154
Prospects of Toleration
155
Reign of James II
160
The Revolution of 1688
161
CHAPTER IX
163
Liberty of the Pulpit a id the Press
164
The sphere of Government restricted
165
Immediate results of the predominance of the blouse of Commons
166
Cabinet Government
167
Tie House of Commons and the Nation
168
Effacement of the Tory party
169
Influence of the large landowners
170
The Whigs and the Dissenters
171
Hogarth and Fielding
173
CHAPTER X
176
Wesleyanism
178
The decline of the Whig Aristocracy
179
Edmund Burke
181
The expulsion of Wilkes and Am rican taxation
183
Comparison between Burke and Bacon
184
The new Tories
185
The American War
186
The Coalition Ministry
188
Pitis Ministry
189
CHAPTER XI
192
The effect in England
193
The war with France
194
The Foreign Policy of the Ministries alier the war
196
Domestie policy after the war
199
INTRODUCTORY
207
CHAPTER I
232
CHAPTER II
245
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CHAPTER III
258
From the Accession of King John to the Death of Edward II
270
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CHAPTER V
284
CHAPTER VI
302
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CHAPTER VII
331
CONTEMPORARY WRITERS Authorities already described Greens
358
CHAPTER IX
371
CONTEMPORARY WRITERS Calendar of State Papers by Mr Red
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CHAPTER XI
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Pàgina 236 - 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.
Pàgina 220 - Elizabethan historian), the object of the latter being ' to perpetuate and render accessible whatever is valuable, but at present little known, amongst the materials for the civil, ecclesiastical or literary history of the United Kingdom.
Pàgina 220 - 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.
Pàgina 277 - WALSINGHAM,S who was precentor of the Thomas abbey in the reign of Richard II. ; he appears to have J^]smg~ been the inspiring genius of its scriptorium, and was also the compiler of a History of the foundation. The part of the Historia Anglicana attributed to his pen which relates to the present period, is however almost entirely a compilation from preceding writers already named. In the year 1618 there appeared the History of England from the Conquest to the reign of Edward III., by SAMUEL...
Pàgina 378 - His treatment accordingly embraces (to quote his own description) ' 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...
Pàgina 80 - 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.
Pàgina 390 - Hon. B. Disraeli, MP : a Literary and Political Biography," and "Thirty Years of Foreign Policy : a History of the Secretaryships of the Earl of Aberdeen and Viscount Palmerston.
Pàgina 220 - Of these, the first had for its main object 'the reprinting, without abridgment, alteration, and 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. and the death of queen Elizabeth ' ; the labours of the second were to be bestowed on the collection and printing of our ancient ballads ; those of the third, on the publication of literature illustrative of the works of our great dramatist.
Pàgina 362 - BAXTER'S Autobiography? a record from his birth, in 1615, to the year 1685, is of value from the numerous particulars it preserves respecting the Independents and ejected ministers, and also from the light it throws on the moral and social condition of the masses. The work was subsequently abridged by EDMUND...
Pàgina 309 - The state often consists rather in the evidence which it affords c"%£j™* with respect to contemporary impressions and beliefs, ofthesame. than in the light which it throws on the genuine connexion of events and the true springs of state policy. 1 The Life of Sir Thomas More, by his son-in-law, William Roper, Esq.

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