A Child's History of England



Chapter I - Ancient England and the Romans

Chapter II - Ancient England Under the Early Saxons

Chapter III - England Under the Good Saxon, Alfred

Chapter IV - England Under Athelstan and the Six Boy-Kings

Chapter V - England Under Canute the Dane

Chapter VI - England Under Harold Harefoot, Hardicanute, and Edward the Confessor

Chapter VII - England Under Harold the Second, and Conquered by the Normans

Chapter VIII - England Under William the First, the Norman Conqueror

Chapter IX - England Under William the Second, Called Rufus

Chapter X - England Under Henry the First, Called Fine-Scholar

Chapter XI - England Under Matilda and Stephen

Chapter XII - England Under Henry the Second - Part the First -

Chapter XIII - England Under Richard the First, Called the Lion-Heart

Chapter XIV - England Under King John, Called Lackland

Chapter XV - England Under Henry the Third, Called, of Winchester

Chapter XVI - England Under Edward the First, Called Longshanks

Chapter XVII - England Under Edward the Second

Chapter XVIII - England Under Edward the Third

Chapter XIX - England Under Richard the Second

Chapter XX - England Under Henry the Fourth, Called Bolingbroke

Chapter XXI - England Under Henry the Fifth

Chapter XXII - England Under Henry the Sixth

Chapter XXIII - England Under Edward the Fourth

Chapter XXIV - England Under Edward the Fifth

Chapter XXV - England Under Richard the Third

Chapter XXVI - England Under Henry the Seventh

Chapter XXVII - England Under Henry the Eighth, Called Bluff King Hal and Burly King Harry

Chapter XXVIII - England Under Henry the Eighth

Chapter XXIX - England Under Edward the Sixth

Chapter XXX - England Under Mary

Chapter XXXI - England Under Elizabeth

Chapter XXXII - England Under James the First

Chapter XXXIII - England Under Charles the First

Chapter XXXIV - England Under Oliver Cromwell

Chapter XXXV - England Under Charles the Second, Called the Merry Monarch

Chapter XXXVI - England Under James the Second

Chapter XXXVII

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