The History of Scotland; From Agricola's Invasion to the Extinction of the Last Jacobite Insurrection Volume 9

The History of Scotland; From Agricola's Invasion to the Extinction of the Last Jacobite Insurrection Volume 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...on Church government, and his death, 405 et seq. Henderson, John, one of Sharp's murderers, vii. 209. Hengest and Horsa, the tradition regarding, i. 160. Henrietta Maria, marriage of Charles I. to, vi. 74. Henry I., measures of, to secure the succession of his daughter, i. 429. Henry II., Romanism made supreme in Ireland under, i. 242--connection of Malcolm IV. with, 443--war with William the Lion, 446--the latter his prisoner, ib.--the treaty of Falaise, 447. Henry III., treaty with Alexander II., ii. 8--war with him, 17--treaty of Newcastle, 18--attempts to prevent the coronation of Alexander III., 22--marriage of the latter to his daughter, 24--interferences during Alexander's minority, 25--his attempts to establish supremacy over the Scots Church, 37--his death, 40. Henry IV., his demand of homage, ii. 375--invasion of Scotland, 376--joined by the Earl of March, 377--his conduct as regards the supposed Richard II., 383. 384--capture and detention of Prince James, 384. Henry V., at the battle of Shrewsbury, ii. 382--his treatment of James I., 397--his position in France, 398--his cruelty toward the Scots in France, ib. Henry VI., invasion of England in favour of, ii. 433--takes refuge in Scotland, iii. 2. Henry VII., his accession, and anxiety for peace, iii. 20--Ramsay and Buchan D in his pay, 31--his policy on the accession of James IV., 38--proposal for matrimonial alliance, 39--pretenders set up against him, 43 et seq.--his account of Perkin War beck, 47, and note--renewal of truce, &c, 50--efforts of Spain to win him to the Catholic league, 53 et seq.--marriage of his daughter to James IV., $6--Darnley's descent from, iv. 106--his chapel, its architecture, iii. 431, 432, note. Henry VIII., his marriage to Catherine of Spain, iii....show more

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