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Annals of England;
AN EPITOME OF ENGLISH HISTORY,
FROM COTEMPORARY WRITERS, THE ROLLS
OF PARLIAMENT, AND OTHER
AND 377, STRAND, LONDON:
JOHN HENRY AND JAMES PARKER.
M DCCC LXII.
200. M. 212.
T was intended to complete this work in Two
Volumes, but as the Compiler proceeded he found such limits too confined, without materially impairing its utility, and has therefore extended it to a Third Volume, which will close with the accession of the House of Brunswick.
To render the book serviceable to those who wish to study English History systematically, a classified list of authorities will be appended; numerous Notes and Illustrations will also be added, and, whenever practicable, from cotemporary sources.
Henry IV. and Joan of Navarre, from their Monument at
Henry V., from his Monument, Westminster Abbey
Arms and Badges of Henry V. .
of All Souls' College, Oxford
Henry VI., from his Great Seal
Margaret of Anjou, from a window, Bodleian Library
Arms of De la Pole, earl of Suffolk
Beaufort, duke of Somerset