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The History of England from the Accession of Henry III. to the Death of Edward III. (1216-1377)
by Tout, T.F. (M.A.)


BY T.F. TOUT, M.A.

PROFESSOR OF MEDI∆VAL AND MODERN HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

The Regency Of William Marshal
The Rule Of Hubert De Burgh
The Alien Invasion
Political Retrogression And National Progress
The Barons' War
The Rule Of Montfort And The Royalist Restoration
The Early Foreign Policy And Legislation Of Edward I
The Conquest Of North Wales
The Sicilian And The Scottish Arbitrations
The French And Scottish Wars And The Confirmation Of The Charters
The Scottish Failure
Gaveston, The Ordainers, And Bannockburn
Lancaster, Pembroke, And The Despensers
The Fall Of Edward II. And The Rule Of Isabella And Mortimer
The Preliminaries Of The Hundred Years' War
The Early Campaigns Of The Hundred Years' War
From The Black Death To The Treaty Of Calais.
The Hundred Years' War From The Treaty Of Calais To The Truce Of Bruges
England During The Latter Years Of Edward III
Appendix
Corrigenda
Personae

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