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WILLIAM STUBBS Seventeen lectures on the study of medieval and modern history and kindred subjects

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WILLIAM STUBBS
Seventeen lectures on the study of medieval and modern history and kindred subjects
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Hayton, the Monk, author of Flower of Ihe Histories of the East, 216. Hearne, Thomas, 7, 9. Heeren and Uckert, 69. Helena, queen of John III of Cyprus, 232 sq.Henrietta Maria, queen of Charles I, 124. Henry I, king of Cyprus, 199 203. Henry II, 207-209, 214 sq.Henry I, king of England, 136, 173.412. Henry II, his descent, character, literary culture, &c, 136 sqq. ; diplomatic activity, 143, 146, 240. 347. 388. Henry III, 204, 213, 240, 250, 353, 563. Henry IV, 228, 393, 419. Henry V, 213, 408. Henry VI, 173, 386, 393. Henry VII, 260, 285, 288, 290, 304. 309. 383-424· the Hercules of the twelve labours, 386. his courtships, 386 sq.his title to the throne, 392 sqq.his marriage, 395. dynastic complications, 396 402. constitutional history, 402-417. scanty materials for history of, 4°3-. his ministers, 404. House of Lords in his reign,405. new creations, 406. his avarice, 407. his parliaments, 408 sqq.his savings, 411. legislation of his reign, 412 sqq.his foreign policy, 417-421. his character, 371, 422-424. Henry VIII, 235, 260, 261, 277. 334. 39°. 4° J. 4o6 422. military events of his reign, 279. his character, 280 sqq.his person and abilities, 283 sq. his ministers and council, 285 287. hisfinance, 287-291. the divorce, 291-293. supreme head, 293,365, 371. ecclesiastical measures, 294 298. defender of the faith, 298 sq.ecclesiastical policy, 398-301. taxation, 301 sq.legislation, &c, 302-304. political executions, 304. practically abolishes Canon Law, 365 sq.his parliaments and their constitution, convocation, &c, 308 sqq. his dealing with the two Houses, 313-315· the ' Long Parliament ' of 1529 1536, 315-328. later Parliaments, 328 sqq.general view, 332-334, 390. Henry II, king of France, 262. Henry IV, 263, 333. Henry VI, emperor, 183, 188,196, 199. Henry de Jacea, 160. Henry of Beaumont, 149. Henry of Blois, bishop of \Vin chester, 165, 167, 345 sq.Henry of Huntingdon, 174. Henry of Lancaster, 212, 220. Henry Plantagenet, son of Henry II, 140. Henry the Lion, 4, 144 sq.Herbert, archbishop of Compsa, 153. Herbert of Bosham, 164, 167. Herbert of Cherbury, lord, 333, 402. Hildebrand, pope, 344. Historic Monuments, preservation of, 56. Historical MSS. Commission, 56, 72. Historical Review, a, suggested, 61. History, ancient and modern, compared, 15 sqq.Hodgkin, Thomas, 433.


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