England under the Tudors and Stuarts

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The Reformation in Germany
104
SECTION U THE REFORMATION
111
Publication of the Books of Common
125
The Protectors invasion of Scotland
131
Northumberlands schemes for securing
137
The Marian Persecution
152
Extent of the persecution
159
THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH 1581603
165
MaryQueeuofScotsarrivesinScotland
171
MART QUEEN OF SCOTS 15691587
178
The spirit of hostility between Eng
210
The running fight up the Channel
216
English retaliations upon Spain
227
Essexs island voyage
233
the Earl of Essex
239
CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS 14851603
246
THE PEOPLE 14951603
266
Freebooting expeditions against the Spanish Main
272
Raleigh and Keymiss voyages to Guiana
274
Attempts toestablishacolonyatVirginia
275
Voyages to India and the South Sea
276
the Intercursus Magnus
278
Restrictions uponEnglish trado
279
SirThos Gresham
280
Inland trade and means of communi cation
281
15 Manufactures
282
SECTION n THE PEASANTRY AND WORKING CLASSE3 16 Condition of the Yeomanry under Henry VII
284
Changes in agricultural life under Henry VIII and his successors
285
The improvements which followed
286
Wages and Prices
287
Condition of the day labourer under theTudors
289
Poor and poor laws
290
Moral condition of the people
292
NOBILITY GENTRY AND WEALTHY CLASSES 23 Their houses
293
Furniture
294
Diet
295
rojal progresses Page
296
Jamess title to the throne
309
Jamess early unpopularity
311
The Bye and The Main
312
Raleighs trial and condemnation
313
The Hampton Court conference
315
Jamess first parliament
316
Religious persecutions
319
The Gunpowder Plot
321
Proceedings in parliament 16061611
326
his character and policy
329
Proceedings in the court
330
The first parliament 2 War with Spain 3 The second parliament 351 352 353 EC Between the dissolution of the second and the meeting of the third p...
331
The addled parliament
333
Affairs of Scotland
334
Affairs of Ireland
336
Rise of Villiers Duke of Buckingham
339
Execution of Sir Walter Raleigh
340
The war in the Palatinate
342
Meeting of parliament 1621
343
Second session of parliament 162122
346
The Spanish match
348
Jamess last parliament 1624
349
Death of James
350
DURING THE PERIOD THAT CHARLES GOVERNED WITHOUT A PARLIAMENT 16291640
366
Means adopted to raise the revenue
367
Trial of Hampden for refusing to pay ship money
371
Proceedings of the Court of Star Chamber
373
Lauds church policy
375
Favour shown to Roman Catholics
377
State of the country and general tone of public opinion at this period
379
The affairs of Ireland 18 Charles promises graces to the Irish
382
Wentworths administration
383
The Kings government in Scotland 20 Attempts to overthrow the kirk and establish episcopacy
384
formation of theTables
385
The National Covenant
387
Charles offers concessions which he does not mean to observe
388
the pacification of Berwick
389
TheKingsperplexitiesatthisjuncture
390
Meeting of the short parliament
391
the pacifica
393
tion of Ripon
394
Impeachment and arrest of Strafford
395
and Laud
396
Disputes in parliament concerning religious abuses
398
Formation of a popular ministry The army plot
399
The trial of Strafford and its attendant circumstances
401
The Kings journey to Scotland
405
The Irish rebellion
407
The Grand Remonstrance
409
Impeachment of twelve bishops
411
Impeachment and arrest of the five members
412
Transactions during the Kings retreat to the north
415
The paper war between the two parties
417
The King shut out of Hull
420
State and composition of the two armies
422
DURING THE CIVIL WAR 16421649 I Prom the commencement of hostil ities to the alliance of the par liament with the Scots 45 The raising of the...
425
The Battle of Edgehill
426
March of the royal army towards London
427
The war in the country generally
428
Negotiations for a treaty at Oxford
429
Renewal of hostilities 1643
430
Wallers plot
432
The Battle of Ghalgrove Field and the death of Hampden
433
The relief of Gloucester and the Battle of Newbury
436
The Solemn League and Covenant Page
437
From the alliance with the Scots to the new modelling of the army 56 Triumph of the Presbyterian party
438
Rise of the Independents
440
Charless cor respondence with the Irish rebels
442
The antic or mongrel parliament ofOxford
443
Parliamentary victories in the begin ning of the campaign 1644
444
Battle of Marston Moor
445
Capitulation of Essexs army The second Battle of Newbury
448
Enactment of the SelfDenying Ordin ance
449
Ecclesiastical occurrences since the beginning of the war
451
Negotiations at Uxbridge
453
From the new modelling of the army to the Kings surrender 66 State of the two combatants at this time
454
The Battle of Naseby
455
The Kings proceedings immediately after the Battle of Naseby
457
The Kings secret negotiations with the Irish rebels
459
The King treats with all parties and finally gives himself up to the Scots
462
From the termination of the first CiviTWar to the Kings execution 71 The transactions at Newcastle while Charles was with the Scots
463
Disputes between the army and the parliament
465
Abduction of the King from Holmby
468
The army marches towards London
469
Negotiations between the King and the army and between both and the parliament
470
Cromwell and the Levellers
473
Negotiations during the Kings resi dence at Hampton Court
474
Charles escapes from Hampton Court
476
The general officers confront the Levellers at Ware
477
The King rejects the four bills
478
Agitationof thecountryatthisjuncture
479
The Scottish war Capture and execu tion of Montrose
495
Prince Charles in Scotland
496
Cromwells invasion The battle of Dunbar
497
The Scots invade England The Battle of Worcester
499
Subjection of Ireland
502
Subjection of Scotland 603
503
IT The Commonwealths transactions with the Continent 10 Quarrel with Portugal for its protec tion of Rupert
504
The Dutch war Its causes
505
Blakes first actions with Van Tromp 606
506
TTT The fall of the Bump Parliament 13 Unpopularity of the Rump Parliament 608
508
u Cromwells intrigues to gain supreme power
509
Cromwell expels the Rump Parliament
511
The Little Parliament 613
513
THE PROTECTORATE OF OLIVER CROMWELL 16531658
516
Conclusion of the Dutch war
518
Cromwells foreign policy
520
The Protectors first parliament 621
521
Republican and Royalist conspiracies
524
The majorgenerals
525
Blakes exploits in the Mediterranean Penns capture of Jamaica
526
Cromwell and the Vaudois
527
War with Spain 629
529
Cromwell convokes another parliament
530
The parliament persecutes the Quakers 632
532
Sindercombs plot
533
The proceedings connected with the proposal to make Cromwell King
534
Blakes last victory and death
536
The Protectors last parliament
538
Lamberts conspiracy Threatened Royalist invasion
539
Alliance with France Operations in the Spanish Netherlands
541
The Protectors family and private life
542
35 The Protectors sickness and death
545
SECTION in THE ANARCHY 1658
546
Restoration and second expulsion of the Rump
549
Differences between Monk in Scotland and the officers in London
550
Monks march to London
551
Transactions which immediately pre ceded the Restoration
552
The Restoration
554
THE PEOPLE 16031660
556
Increase of population and growth of towns
557
Growth of colonization
559
Manufactures
562
Travelling and means of communication
563
SECTION n GENERAL LIFE AND MANNERS 7 Costumes
564
Manners of the court and aristocracy 665
565
The country gentlemen 666
566
The Puritans
567
City tradesmen
569
Diet and mode of living
570
Houses and furniture
571
LITERATURE LEARNING AND EDUCATION 15 Education
572
Dramatic literature
573
Poetical literature
575
Prose literature
577
THE SECOND STUART PERIOD 16601688
580
Execution of the regicides
581
Restitution of the church and crown lands
582
Settlement of the revenue 684
584
On page 546 paragraph 34 should be numbered 35 and so on to end of chapter 7 The Savoy conference
587
The Act of Uniformity
588
The Declaration of Indulgence
589
Repeal of the Triennial Act and passing of the Conventicle Act
590
The execution of Argyle
591
Persecution of the Covenanters 892
592
The Restoration in Ireland
593
The Kings marriage
594
The sale of Dunkirk
595
The Plague
597
Meeting of parliament at Oxford The FiveMileAct
599
The Great Fire
600
Disputes between Charles and the parliament regarding supplies Ml
601
The Dutch in the Med way
602
The fall of Clarendon
603
THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE CABAL 16671674
605
The treaty of Dover
607
Persecutions under the second Con venticle Act
608
The Coventry Act
609
Events which ushered in the second Dutch war
610
The second Dutch war
611
Repeal of the Declarationof Indulgence
612
The Test Act Fall of the Cabal
613
The secret alliance between Charles and Louis 32 Policy of the new administration
614
The proclamation against coffeehouses
615
Parliamentary session 1677
616
Marriage of the Prince of Orange with the Princess Mary
618
The treaty of Nimeguen
619
Lauderdales persecution of the Covenanters
620
The Popish Plot 38 Origin of the plot
622
Discovery of Colemans papers Mur der of Godfrey
623
Proceedings in parliament in con nection with the plot
624
Trials of the reputed conspirators Effects of the plot
625
ThefallofDanby
626
secTion tv THe sTruggles beTween THe crown anD THe parliamenTary opposiTion 16791685
628
Appointment of Temples council
630
Proceedings of the new parliament
631
167980 The Habeas Corpus Act
632
Popular agitation after the dissolution of parliament
633
Second rising of the Covenanters Battles of Drumclog and Bothwell Brig
635
Dissolution of the Council of Thirty
636
The great Whig agitation 49 Rise of the Whigs and Tories
637
The Mealtub and Yorkshire Plots
638
si Defeat of the Exclusion Bill Execu tion of Lord Stafford
639
The Oxford parliament
641
Royalist reaction and establish ment of absolute power 53 Court prosecutions
642
Trial of Shaftesbury
643
The Duke of York in Scotland
644
Confiscation of the charters
645
The RyeHouse f lot
647
Trial and execution of Lord William Russell
648
Trial and execution of Algernon Sidney
649
6u The closing circumstances of Charless reign
650
SECTION LFROM THE KINGS AC CESSION TO THE SUPPRESSION OF MONMOUTHS REBELLION 1685
652
Punishment of Oates Trial of Richard Baxter
653
The first parliamentary session
654
The invasion of Argyle
655
Monmouths rebellion The Battle of Sedgemoor
656
His flight capture and execution
659
The Bloody Assize
660
The Kings designs against the Test and Habeas Corpus Acts
662
The parliament resists him and is pro rogued
663
from THe suppression of monmouTHs rebellion To THe dismissal of THe earl of rocHesTer 1686
664
Revival of the High Commission Court
666
The King openly encourages popery
667
Proceedings in Scotland
668
The Kings attempts in Ireland
669
The fall of the Hydes
670
THE EVENTS WHICH LED IMMEDIATELY TO THE REVOLiiTION 16 Relations between the Prince of Orange and the King
671

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708 페이지 - That the raising or keeping a standing army within the kingdom in time of peace, unless it be with consent of parliament, is against law.
587 페이지 - I, AB, do declare, that it is not lawful, upon any pretence whatsoever, to take arms against the king : and that I do abhor that traitorous position of taking arms by his authority against his person, or against those that are commissioned by him...
59 페이지 - Kingston, had I but served God as diligently as I have served the King, he would not have given me over in my grey hairs.
539 페이지 - I think it high time that an end be put to your sitting. And I DO DISSOLVE THIS PARLIAMENT ! And let God be judge between you and me...
215 페이지 - I am come amongst you at this time, not as for my recreation or sport, but being resolved, in the midst and heat of the battle, to live or die amongst you all; to lay down, for my God, and for my kingdom, and for my people, my honour and my blood, even in the dust.
157 페이지 - Be of good comfort, master Ridley, and play the man. We shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out.
347 페이지 - ... that the liberties, franchises, privileges, and jurisdictions of parliament are the ancient and undoubted birthright and inheritance of the subjects of England; and that the arduous and urgent affairs concerning the king, state, and defence of the realm and of the church of England, and the maintenance and making of laws, and redress of mischiefs and grievances which daily happen within this realm are proper subjects and matter of counsel and debate in parliament...
708 페이지 - That the commission for erecting the late Court of Commissioners for Ecclesiastical causes, and all other commissions and courts of like nature, are illegal and pernicious.
215 페이지 - I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too...
708 페이지 - That levying money for or to the use of the crown, by pretence of prerogative, without grant of parliament, for longer time or in other manner than the same is or shall be granted, is illegal.

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