History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688; To Which Is Prefixed, a Short Account of His Life, Written by Himself Volume 8

History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688; To Which Is Prefixed, a Short Account of His Life, Written by Himself Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1822 edition. Excerpt: ...of Britanny, under the guardianship of his grandfather, i.-.l-:30. ls declared successor by Richard I. on his entering into a crusade, ii. 38. His title asserted by the barons of the French provinces, ib. Is taken under protection of, and educated by, Philip of France, 39. Joins with Philip, and commits hostilities against his uncle John, 4-3. ls knighted, and marries Philip's daughter, ib. Is taken prisoner by John, 44. His resolute behnviourin a conference with him, 45. Is murdered by John, 46.---------, prince, eldest son of Henry VII. born, iii. 313. Married to Catherine of Arragon, 376. Dies, 377. Articles, six, the law of, passed by the parliament, in the reign of Henry VIII. for abolishing diversity of opinions in religion, iv. 163. A view ofthe-m, 164. Numerous prosecutions commenced on this act, 169. Is rigorously enforced, 181. The penalties on the marriage of priests mitigated, 191. A farther mitigation of this law, 211. This statute repealed, 171'.-------, lords of. See Lords. Artillery, reflections on the effects of, in war, ii. 415. First used at the battle ofCrecy, ib. W'hen first used at sieges, iii. 136. Artois, Robert de, his character, and how he lost his patrimony, ii._378. Is favourably received by Edward III. of England, ib. Stimulates Edward to assert his pretensions to the crown of France, ib. Joins the army of Edward in his invasion of France, 388. Is routed at St. Orners, ib. Is sent with English sucoours to Britanuy, where he is killed, 40-1-. Arts, the advantages of cultivating, in society, iii.390. State of, during the reign of Charles I. vii..o5. Arundel, Humphry, an insurrection in Devonshire excited and headed by him, to oppose the reformation, iv. Q94. He is taken by lord Russel, and...show more

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