Readings in English Social History

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BRITAIN BEFORE THE ROMAN CONQUEST 1 The Country and its inhabitants in preRoman days a Stbabo
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BRITAIN UNDER ROMAN RULE 2 Caesar s desire to learn about Britain Cesar
4
Csesar s description of Britain and its inhabitants Cesar
5
How the early Britons fought Cesar
6
The peoples of Britain and Gaul compared Tacitus
7
a Cesar
9
6 Diodobus Sioulus
10
c Stbabo
11
9 The soil and commodities of the island
283
10 Wild and tame fowls
285
11 Savage beasts and vermin
287
12 The Court
288
13 Armour and ammunition
290
14 Englands navy
293
15 Kinds of punishment
295
16 Universities and schools
296

The influence of Rorne on Britain Tacitus
12
The four great Roman roads Henry of Huntingdon
13
English slaves in Rorne William of Malmesbuby
15
The conversion of England to Christianity Matthew of Westminster
16
Gregorys orders to his missionaries Henry of Huntingdon
18
The influence of the Church Bede
19
CtBdmon the English sacred poet Bede
21
The industry of Bede Bede
23
THE COMING OF THE NORTHMEN PAGE 16 The Northmen at sea The Deeds of Beowulf
25
Pictures of Norse life The Deeds of Beowulf
27
The passing of a Viking The Deeds of Beowulf
30
Beowulfs funeral The Deeds of Beowulf
31
Viking voyages Icelandic Sagas
32
THE WELDING OF THE RACE 21 The first makers of glass in England William of Malmbsbuby
33
The education of Alfred the Great Ass IB
34
Of peoples rank and law Ancient Laws and Institutes
36
A useful and shrewd invention Asa Kr
38
Alfreds love of learning Asseb
39
Some penalties for wounds Ancient Laws and Institutes
41
The first navy AngloSaxon Chronicle
42
How the Danes treated the English Holinshbd
43
Doom concerning hot iron and water Ancient Laws and Institutes
44
Some early laws concerning the assembling of councils
45
Ancient Laws and Institutes
46
Norman meal times
47
Some regulations affecting priests
48
AngloSaxon Law Sib Fbedbrick Pollock
49
Court fashions in Henry I s reign
50
The Kings Peace F W Mattlaitd
51
ENGLAND UNDER THE NORMANS 37 Notes on agriculture in the 11th and 12th centuries AngloSaxon Chronicle
52
The condition of England under Stephen
53
Curious natural phenomena in the 11th and 12th centuries AngloSaxon Chronicle
54
How England fared under William the Conqueror Henby of Huntingdon
56
Monastic life in the Middle Ages Jocelin of Brabblond
57
The New Forest Holinshbd
58
i The closeness of the survey AngloSaxon Chronicle
59
The curfew bell Holinshbd
60
Results of the Norman conquest William of Malmbsbuby
60
Regulations regarding seafaring men Holenshed
61
The reward of a kings jester Kings Letters
62
London and other towns in Johns reign Richard of Devizes
63
Some clauses of Magna Carta Magna Carta
64
A wrestling match in the city of London Roger of Wendover
65
The wages of a kings minstrels Rymee Foedera
100
The coming of the Franciscan friars to England Thomas of Ecoleston
104
Excessive charges for lodgings at Cambridge Kings Letters 68 The pageant of a kings marriage Matthew Paris
107
An educated lady in Norman times Guy of Warwicb
109
A thirteenth century manor house Historical MSS Commission Reports
110
The duties of the Cinque Ports Habluyt
111
BOOK
113
ENGLAND UNDER THE LATER PLANTAGENETS 1 How the proceedings of a manorial court were conducted La Court de Baron
115
The liberation of a serf Duodale
118
A seamans pay in Edward HT s reign
167
The livery of the citizens of London on fetedays Stow
176
A tournament at Smithfield Proissart
182
Letters patent to Geoffrey Chaucer A Letter of Henry IV
188
The building of a kings ship A Letter to Henry V
191
The adventures of a rustic in London Lydoate
192
Extracts from a fifteenth century account roll Account Rolls
195
We bee masters of the Narrowe See Habluyt
198
A song in praise of good ale Fifteenth Century Songs
199
Naval pay in the Middle Ages Black Book of the Admiralty
200
Spare the rod Paston Letters
201
The defence of a mansion during the Civil War Paston Letters
202
The indenture of an apprentice Ancient Deeds
203
Regulation of the price of bread Liber Albus
204
The education of a prince A Letter of Edward IV
205
The Library of an English gentleman Paston Letters
208
A medieval love letter Paston Letters
210
How Sanctuary was claimed Sanciuarium Dunelmense
211
An Eton boys letter Paston Letters
212
A kings wardrobe A Letter of Richard III
213
The use of beacons as a means of alarm Holinshbd
214
The Nut Brown Maid a fifteenth century ballad Arnold Chronicle
215
BOOK THREE
221
ENGLAND UNDER THE TUDORS 1 Some proverbs from Tudor times Wm Camden
223
The revenues of Henry VII Italian Relation
224
An Italian view of English life Italian Relation
228
The furniture of a gild hall Records of English Gilds
232
The Oath administered to a gild apprentice Records of the Mercers Company
233
How Wolsey entertained the King Cavendish
236
An Eton boys day Headmaster op Eton 1530
240
The suppression of the Monasteries Contemporary Letters
241
6 List of her property
243
e The lax conditions of monastic life
244
J The preamble of the Act for the suppression of smaller Monasteries
246
e How the monasteries were destroyed
247
The Bible and register in every ohuroh Holinshed
248
The ornamentation of a ship Jehan Bythornb
250
Two extracts from Bishop Latimers sermons Bishop Latimer
252
Housewifely Physio Thos Ttjssbr
254
Elizabetha very human queen Sir Jambs Mblvtl
257
Hue and Crie Sir Thos Smith
261
The forme of holding the parliament Sua Thos Smith
262
I cannot eat but little meat Qammer Gurteme Needle
265
The use of tobacco Harrison
266
England in the days of Elizabeth Harrison
267
3 The yeomen of England
268
4 Gardens and their produce
269
5 Churches and services
271
6 Food meals and mealtimes
273
7 Clothing
277
8 Houses and furniture
279
A bridal procession History of Jack of Neutmry
299
A day in the life of Robert Laneham Robert Lanehama Letter
300
The education of Robert Laneham Robert Lanehams Letter
302
Revels at Kenilworth Robert Lanehams Letter
303
Deerhunting
304
Bearbaiting
305
The library of Captain Cox Robert Lanehams Letter
306
A system of English phonetics Wh Camden
309
Football and starched ruffs Philip Stubbes
310
2 Starched ruffs
311
The colonisation of Newfoundland Habxtjtt
313
English tactics against the Armada Sib Walter Ralegh
315
Domestic expenses in the sixteenth century Darrell Papers
316
2 Wages of farm labourers
317
6 Dress
318
8 Sundries
319
10 Wild Danells fare in London
320
The excellency of the English tongue Richard Cabew
322
The last fight of the Revenge Sir Walter Ralbqh
324
Soldiers Pay Fynes Moryson
329
Shakespeare as seen by his contemporaries Ben Jonson and Thos Fuller
330
London schools Stow
331
Regulations regarding stage plays Order of the Privy Council
333
A tour through England Kynbs Moryson
335
BOOK FOUR
337
ENGLAND UNDER THE STUARTS 1 Letters patent for John Stowe to beg
339
A princely archbishop Jaule
340
The millenary petition Fuller 312
342
A State festival and pageant Harrington
344
My Lord of Misrule Stubbbs
345
A Franklin Overruby
347
The Dedication of the Authorised Translation of the Bible
348
English inns Fynes Moryson 3S1 9 A counterblast to tobacco James I
352
A society ladys requirements Lady Compton
355
The Book of Sports r James L
356
Some English customs Fynes Moryson
358
A recipe for herring pie
359
a Its character Eabxe
360
6 How a gallant should behave himself in Pauls Walk Dekkek
361
A calm and happy England Clarendon
363
The education of a Puritan lady Ltjot Hutchinson
364
The problem of unemployment Privy Council Register
366
Amusements Fynbs Moryson
367
a Towards strangers Fynes Moryson
370
6 Towards prisoners of war Fynes Moryson
371
Touching religion Fynes Moryson
372
Travellers tales James Howell
374
The good schoolmaster Thomas Fuller
375
The accomplishments of an English gentleman Lucy Hutchinson
379
THE COMMONWEALTH AND PROTECTORATE 25 An Interview with Oliver Cromwell 26 May Day rejoicing 27 Cromwell as a coachdriver 28 ...
381
Moderate Intelligencer
382
Ludlow
383
Robert Laneham
384
Evelyn
387
a Pleasant discourse Pepys
388
c Coffeehouses vindicated Harleian Miscellany
390
The introduction of tea Pepys
392
Rejoicings at the Restoration of Charles n Burnet
393
Westminster school Evelyn
394
Games and amusements Pepys
397
2 Cockfighting
398
4 Angling
399
7 Racing at Newmarket Evelyn
401
9 Gambling
402
How a great sculptor rose to fame Evelyn
403
The theatre in the seventeenth century Pepys
404
Tunbridge Wells North Evelyn Pepys de Grammont
415
The Great Plague Pepys
417
Richardson the famous fireeater Evelyn
421
The power and wealth of England Petty
429
Formation of the Grenadiers Evelyn
431
Fair on the frozen Thames Evelyn
432
An oldtime garden Evelyn
434
Scenes from the trial of Alice Lisle State Trial
435
BOOK FIVE
443
THE REVOLUTION 1 The English Country Gentleman of 1688 Macaulay
445
Developments in Naval Warfare Evelyn
451
Why the Navy lacks Seamen Naval Miscellany
453
London StreetCries Addison
454
THE HOUSE OF HANOVER 5 The South Sea Bubble Coxb
457
A Playbill of 1720
463
On the Manners of the Bath Visitors Steele
464
Some English Towns in 1725 Defoe
467
Impressions of England in 1730 Gonzales
472
Postal Arrangements in 1730 Gonzales
474
The diet of a BlueCoat Boy Gonzales
475
The BlueCoat Boy Lamb
476
The Birth of Methodism Wesley
477
A Service of John Wesley Walpole
487
The Opening of Ranelagh Gardens Walpole
488
A Schoolmasters Life Lloyd
492
Garrick and Golf Carlyle
493
The Duke of Bridgewaters Canal Defoe
495
An evening with Dr Johnson at the Mitre Boswell
498
Roads and Inns during the Eighteenth Century Hebvey Wesley Defoe Young
501
The Division of Labour Adam Smith
504
Election of a Member of Parliament MORTTZ
514
A Boat Race
522
A View of the Threatened French Invasion 1815
532
The Stage Coaoh Washington Ibvtng
540
The Triumph of The Rocket
550
The English Countryside 1823 Cobbett
558
extracts granted by the following owners of copyright
567

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