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Author: John Richard Green
ISBN: 1437506607
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Pages 242 pages
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eBook History of the English People, Volume IV: THE REFORMATION, 1540-1593 download

by John Richard Green


PIMS - University of Toronto. The monarchy, 1461-1540. The Reformation, 1540-1593.

PIMS - University of Toronto. 3. Includes bibliographical references and index. Early England, 449-1071. Foreign kings, 1071-1204. The Charter, 1204-1216. The Charter, 1216-1307. The Parliament, 1307-1400. The Parliament, 1399-1461. Puritan England, 1603-1644. Puritan England, 1642-1660. The Revolution, 1660-1683. The Revolution, 1683-1760. Modern England, 1760-1767. Modern England, 1760-1815.

Reverend John Richard Green (1837-1883) was an English historian

Reverend John Richard Green (1837-1883) was an English historian. Born the son of a tradesman in Oxford, where he was educated, first at Magdalen College School, and then at Jesus College, he entered the church. In 1869 he finally gave up his work as a clergyman, and was appointed librarian at Lambeth. He later confined himself to expanding his Short History into History of the English People in 8 volumes (1878-1880), and writing The Making of England (1881), of which one volume only had appeared when he died. After his death appeared The Conquest of England (1883).

Volume IV. The Annals of Sir John Hayward refer to the first four years of the Queen's rule. Its political and diplomatic side is only now being fully unveiled in the Calendar of State Papers for this period, which are being issued by the Master of the Rolls, and fresh light has yet to be looked for from the Cecil Papers and the documents at Simancas, some of which are embodied in the history of this reign by Mr. Froude.

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Funk and Wagnalls, 1683. Bibliographic information. Selected pages ‎ Appears in 39 books from 1874-2006. A history of the English people, Volume 8 A History of the English People, John Richard Green.

Author: John Richard Green; Category: History; Price: Free. History of the English People, Index. By John Richard Green. History of the English People, Volume I Early England, 449-1071; Foreign Kings, 1071-1204; The Charter, 1204-1216. History of the English People, Volume II The Charter, 1216-1307; The Parliament, 1307-1400. History of the English People, Volume III The Parliament, 1399-1461; The Monarchy 1461-1540.

John Richard Green (12 December 1837 – 7 March 1883) was an English historian

John Richard Green (12 December 1837 – 7 March 1883) was an English historian. Green was born on 12 December 1837, the son of a tradesman in Oxford, where he was educated, first at Magdalen College School, and then at Jesus College, Oxford, where he is commemorated by the J. R. Green Society, which meets several times a term and is run by students from the undergraduate body.

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