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The Parliament of 1264, in Eng. Hist. Rev., 1901, XVI, 469-500.
GRANT, J., Battles, I, 17-24. GREEN, J. R., English People, I, 250-312.



THE ANGEVINS FROM 1216 TO 1399 231

GREEN, M. A. E., Princesses, II, 1-169, 270-274. HOOK, W. F.,
Archbishops, III, ii-iv, 103-303. HUME, D., England, I, xii, 515-589.
JESSOPP, Essays, i, 1-52 (Coming of the friars). JOYCE, Short Hist, of
Ire., 'Part III, x, 289-295. KNIGHT, England, I, xxiv-xxv, 352-382.
LANGMEAD, TASWELL-, Constitutional Hist., 148-153, 178-235, 242-
252. LARNED, Ready Reference, II, 807-809; III, 1759-1760 (Ire.);
IV, 2843-2844 (Scot.). LAVISSE et RAMBAUD, Histoire Generale, II,
386-389, 641-651. LINGARD, England, II, 377-477, 497-503. LOFTIE,
London, I, v, 121-155. LONGMAN, W., Lectures, Lect. Ill, 155-246;
maps, 155, 229. MAITLAND, F. W., Canon Law, 158-179. MERE-
WETHER and STEPHENS, Boroughs and Corporations, I, 425-487.
MILMAN, Christianity, VI, Book XI, 41-117. NICOLAS, N. H., Navy,
I, viii-ix, 175-263. NORGATE, Condemnation of John, 1202, in Royal
Hist. Soc., Trans., New Ser., XIV, 53-67. PAULI, England (German
ed.), Ill, 488-856. PAULI, Old England, ii, 30-72 (Monks and mendi-
cant friars). PEARSON, England, II, v-viii, 120-285. POLLOCK and
MAITLAND, English Law, Book I, vi, 153-204. RICHARDSON, O. H.,
National Movement in the Reign of Henry III. SKENE, Celtic Scot.,

I, 484-496; map, 496. SMITH, G. B., Parliament, I, Book II, iii, 110-
141. STRICKLAND, Queens, I, 364-426 (Eleanor of Provence). STUBBS,
Constitutional Hist, II, 18-106. TAYLOR, H., English Const., I, 394-
405. TOUT, England, A.D. 1216-1377 (Political Hist, of Eng., Ill), i-vi,
1-135. TOUT, Wales and the March, in TOUT and TAIT'S Essays, 76-
136; maps, 76, 135. TRAILL, Social Eng., I, 391-415. WILLIAMS,
R. F.,Cardinals, I, Book II, ii-iii, 252-344. Biographical ': EDWARD I :
Jenks (Heroes), iv-vii, 70-157 (cf. i-iii, 1-69) [Bibl.]. Seeley, Greatest
of Plantagenets, i-iv, 1-89. Tout (Twelve Eng. Statesmen), i-iii, 1-44.
MONTFORT : Bemont, 1-261. Creighton, M., Simon de Montfort, whole
vol. ; maps, end of vol. Gardiner, Biographies, 3-43 (Simon de Mont-
fort). Pauli. Prothero. ST. FRANCIS: Alger, A. L., Little Flowers
of St. Francis, pp. v-xiii.

Bibliography (see also under Sect. 30, and general note, Sect. 2).
BEMONT, Chartes, introd., xxvi-xxxii. BEMONT, Simon de Montfort,
introd., i-xxvii. BLAAUW, Barons' War, xi-xvi. FREEMAN, Norman
Conquest, notes and app. HUTTON, Simon de Montfort, 170-182.
HUTTON, Henry III, 149-156. LAVISSE et RAMBAUD, Histoire Generale,

II, 409-410, 659-661. LIEBERMANN, Ueber Ostenglische Geschichts-
quellen ; consult index, 2. PAULI, England, III, app., 857-897. POL-
LOCK and MAITLAND, English Law, footnotes. STUBBS, Constitutional
Hist., footnotes. TAYLOR, H., English Const., footnotes. THOMSON,
Magna Charta, 394-460. TOUT, England, 1216-1377, app., 443-464.



232 REFERENCES FOR ENGLISH HISTORY

Illustrative Material Prose. CRAKE, Rev. A. D., The House
of Walderne. New York, Young, 1886. [B.] EDGAR, J. G., How I
Won my Spurs. 1863. [B.] FOSTER, A. J., and CUTHELL, E. C., The
Robber Baron of Bedford Castle. 1892. [B.] LEIGHTON, ROBERT,
The Thirsty Sword; a story of the Norse invasion of Scotland, 1262-
1263. New York, Scribner, 1892. PICKERING, E., A Stout English
Bowman. Blackie, 1897. [B.]

Illustrative Material Poetry. DANTE ALIGHIERI, Harry of
England, in Purgatory, Canto VII, last lines. EDISON, J. S., King
Henry III, a play. London, 1840. [B. P. L.] GREENE, ROBERT, The
Honorable Historic of Frier Bacon and Frier Bongay, in WARD, Old
English Drama. GRINDROD, CHARLES, King Henry III, in his Plays.
[B.P.L.] WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM, The Borderers.

SECTION 24

Edward I, 1272-1307

Summary. Character and training of Edward. Parliament : intro-
duction into it of the middle classes ; representation : the Parliament
of 1295; houses of lords and commons; statutes affecting maladminis-
tration, debts, entails, subinfeudation, judicial procedure, militia and
police, church lands, church courts, revenue. Expulsion of the Jews,
1290. Confirmation of the charters. Conquest of Wales: Llewellyn;
annexation of Wales; the "Prince of Wales." The Scottish Succes-
sion ; the Maid of Norway ; Baliol ; Bruce ; Award of Norham ; Scot-
tish War of Independence ; Wallace and Bruce ; Falkirk ; campaigns
in Scotland. Quarrel with the papacy : Boniface VIII and the bull
Clericis laicos ; answers of Philip and Edward; submission of the
Church. Relations with France and Flanders ; Courtrai.

Sources Individual "Works. BARBOUR, The Bruce, I, Books
I-VIII, 1-207. FABYAN, Chronicles, 384-407. WESTMINSTER, Flowers,
II, xxi, 458-496. WORCESTER, Chronicle, 353-411.

Sources Collections. ADAMS and STEPHENS, 68-92. AMOS,
Government, 202-203. BEMONT, Charles, 76-112 (Latin, French com-
ments ; cf. introd., xxxiii-xlviii). BLACKSTONE, Great Charter, 80-86.
Calendar, Close Rolls, 1272-1288, 2 vols. Calendar, Doc., Ire., 1171-
1307, II, 162 to end of vol. Calendar, Letter-Books of London,
Book A, whole vol.; Book B, 1-281, passim (cf. i-xvi) ; Book C, 1-154
(cf. i-xxvii). Calendar, Papal Registers, Letters, 1198-1404, I, 444-
618 (cf. app., 619-621); II, 1-34. Calendar, Patent Rolls, 1272-1307,
4 vols. Calendar, State Papers, in Venice, I, 2-3. COBBETT, I, 21-24.



THE ANGEVINS FROM 1216 TO 1399 233

COLBY, 87-92. ELLIS, Third Ser., I, 27-29 (Latin). English Hist.
Rep., I, 16-19 [Bibl.]. GEE and HARDY, 81-95. HALLIWELL, I, 15-
23. HENDERSON, E. F., Documents, 148-149, 432-437. HILL, 34-37
(cf. 37-41). 43-45 (cf. 45-48). HOLINSHED, II, 478-546; V, 320-342
(Scot.); VI, 235-243 (Ire.). KENDALL, 89-91. LEE, G. C., 182-194.
Old South Leaflets, I, no. 5, pp. 13-15. RILEY, London, 3-62. ROB-
INSON, Readings, I, xi, 238-241 [Bibl.]. Rotuli Par!., I, 1-270, 460-
479, passim (Latin and French). Statutes at Large, I, 42-177. STUBBS,
426-513. THOMSON, Magna Charta, 145-158, 369-375; cf. notes, 159-
328, 376-393, passim. WRIGHT, Political Songs (Camden Soc.), 128-
133. ' 37-M8, iSS-^S. 206-240, 273-323.

Modern Accounts, Group I. ADAMS, G. B., European Hist.,
240-241. ANDREWS, C. M., England, 136-156; map, 139. ARCHER
and KINGSFORD, Crusades, 390-407. CHEYNEY, England, ix, 209-226;
map, 223. CREIGHTON, L., Government, v, 31-36. COMAN and KEN-
DALL, History for High Schools, 132-144; maps, 135, 138. EDWARDS,
O. M., Wales (Nations), x-xi, 173-217. GARDINER, S. R., Student's
Hist., 208-224. GEORGE, H. B., Battles, iv, 40-46. GREEN, J. R.,
Readings, 126-132 (Scoxr). GREEN, J. R., Short Hist, 168-207 ; illus.
ed., I, 345-368; map, 350. HIGGINSON and CHANNING, English Hist.,
50-54 [Bibl.]. HUTTON, King and Baronage (Oxford Manuals), vi, 80-
97; map, 84. LAWLESS, Ireland (Nations), 107-112. LINGARD, Eng-
land, abr., 149-165. MACKINTOSH, JOHN, Scotland (Nations), 44-65.
MONTGOMERY, Leading Facts, 114-121. MYERS, Mediaeval and Mod.
Hist, 283-288. OMAN, England, xi, 148-170. RANNIE, Constitution,
v, 56-65. RANSOME, Advanced Hist, Book IV, i, 205-227 ; tables,
202-203; maps, 204, 215. RANSOME, Government, vii, 68-73. RHYS
and JONES, Welsh People, vii, 261-345. SKOTTOWE, Parliament, 9-13.
SMITH, G., United Kingdom, I, viii, 165-201. STUBBS, Early Plan-
tagenets (Epochs), 212-263. TERRY, B., England, 294-333. TERRY, B.,
History for Schools, Part II, viii, 124-134; Part III, Book I, i, 137-142.
WALKER, A. P., English Hist. (Essentials), xii, 171-183; map, 170.
WHEELER, A. M., Sketches, 121-125 (PEARSON). .WRONG, British
Nation, 120-130. YONGE, Cameos, Ser. I, 264-320.

Modern Accounts, Group II. ABRAHAMS, Expulsion of the Jews,
A.D. 1290. ANDERSON, W., Scottish Nation, I, 402-409 (Bruce, 1210-
1295); I, 409-422 (Bruce, 1274-1329); 111,327-332 (Earl of Moray);
III, 598-601 (Wallace). AUBREY, English Nation, I, 266-298. BAIN,
The Edwards in Scot., I.ect. I, 1-19, passim; Lects. II-IV, 20-59.
BAYLEY, Tower of London, 113-130. BLACK, J. G., Edward I and
Gascony in 1300, in Eng. Hist. Rev., 1902, XVII, 518-527. BRIGHT,



234 REFERENCES FOR ENGLISH HISTORY

J. F., England, I, 171-196; map, end of Vol. II. BROWN, P. H., Scot-
land, I, Book III, i-iii, 133-150. BURTON, J. H., Scotland, II, 92-125,
199-359. CAMPBELL, Admirals, I, v, 122-132. CAMPBELL, Chan-
cellors, I, 162-190. CAMPBELL, Justices, I, ii, 83-93. CRAIK and
MACFARLANE, Pictorial Hist., I, 688-730. Dictionary Nat. Biog., see
lives of Aymer (de Valence), John de Baliol, Humphrey de Bohun,
Robert Bruce, Edgar I, Eleanor (of Castile), William Wallace. FOXE,
Martyrs, Seymour ed., 191-199. FREEMAN, Historical Essays, Essays
II-III, 40-79. FREEMAN, Norman Conquest, V, 488-489. FULLER,
T., Church Hist., I, Book III, Sects. VI-VII, 370-397. GRANT, J.,
Battles, I, 24-35. GREEN, J. R., English People, I, 313-371 ; map, 345.
GREEN, Mrs. M. A. E., Princesses, II, 170-269, 275-362, 402-403. HIL-
DRETH, Judges, i, 38-47 (cf. introd., 9-36). HOOK, W. F., Archbishops,
III, v-vii, 304-454. HUME, D., England, II, xiii, 1-78 (cf. notes, A-F,
599-602). JOYCE, Short Hist, of Ire., Part III, x, 295-300. KNIGHT,
England, I, xxv, 382-390; xxvii, 41 1-426. LANGMEAD, TASWELL-, Con-
stitutional Hist., 252-275. LARNED, Ready Reference, II, 809-811.
Ill, 1759-1760 (Ire.); IV, 2844-2845 (Scot.); V, 3643-3644 (Wales).'
LAVISSE et RAMBAUD, Histoire Generate, III, 15-18, 356-370. LEON-
ARD, G. H., Expulsion of the Jews, in Royal Hist. Soc., Trans., New
Ser., V, 103-143. LINGARD, England, II, 504-576; app., 627-628.
LONGMAN, W., Lectures, Lect. IV, 249-340 ; map, 249. MEREWETHER
and STEPHENS, Boroughs and Corporations, I, 488-577. MILMAN,
Christianity, VI, Book XI, 238-357. MORRIS, J. E., Welsh Wars,
whole vol.; folding map at end. NICOLAS, N. H., Navy, I, x, 264-283.
PAULI, England (German ed.), IV, 2-199. PEARSON, England, II, ix-
xiv, 286-452. RAIT, Relations of Eng. and Scot., hi, 31-40. SKENE,
Celtic Scot., I, 496-497. SMITH, G. B., Parliament, I, Book II, iv,
142-180. STRICKLAND, Queens, I, 427-461 (Eleanora of Castille) ;
462-481 (Marguerite of France). STUBBS, Constitutional Hist., II,
106-165. STUBBS, Introductions, 488-527 (Chronicle of Reigns of
Edward I and Edward II, passim. Also in Rolls Ser.). TAYLOR, H.,
English Const., I, 405-427. TOUT, England, A.D. 1216-1377 (Political
Hist, of Eng., Ill), vii-xi, 136-235; 3 maps at end. TRAILL, Social
Eng., II, 1-47, passim. WILLIAMS, R. F., Cardinals, I, Book II,
iv, 345-367. Biographical: BRUCE, 1274-1329: Maxwell (Heroes),
i-vii, 17-162; plan, 152. EDWARD I: Jenks (Heroes), vii-xiii, 157-
346; App. A, 347-348 [Bibl.]. Seeley, Greatest of Plantagenets,
v-xiii, 90-420 ; app., 424-457. Tout, iv-xiii, 45-229. WALLACE,
SIR WILLIAM: Murison (Famous Scots). (See also under Anderson,
above.}



THE ANGEVINS FROM 1216 TO 1399 235

Bibliography (see also under Sect, jo, and general note, Sect. 2).
See FREEMAN, LIEBERMANN, STUBBS, TAYLOR, THOMSON, and TOUT,
as in Sect. 23; also: BAIN, The Edwards in Scotland, Lect. I, 1-19.
BEMONT, Charles, introd., xxxiii-lxviii. LAVISSE et RAMBAUD, His-
toire Generale, III, 62-63, 4 I 3~4 I 5- MORRIS, J. E., Welsh Wars,
footnotes. PAULI, England, IV, 716-741. STUBBS, Introductions,
488-527 (Reigns of Edward I and Edward II. Also in Rolls Ser.).

Illustrative Material Prose. GILLIAT, Rev. E., The King's
Reeve. 1898. [B.] GREEN, E. E., The Lord of Dyneover. Nelson, 1891.
PALGRAVE, SIR F. T., The Merchant and the Friar. Parker, 1844. [B.]
PORTER, JANE, The Scottish Chiefs. New York, Burt. SCOTT, SIR
WALTER, Castle Dangerous; Robert Bruce, 1306-1307, in The Sur-
geon's Daughter and Castle Dangerous. Edinburgh, Black ; New
York, Macmillan, 1894.

Illustrative Material Poetry. Ballad of Robin Hood, in POL-
LARD. BARBOUR, JOHN, The Bruce : or, the book of the most excellent
and noble Prince Robert de Broyss, King of Scots, etc., I, Books I VIII,
in Scottish T. Society, 1894. GRAY, THOMAS, The Bard, in his Works,
18-23. Gude Wallace, in CHILD, III. HAWKER, R. S., The First
Prince of Wales, A.D., 1284, in his Works, 99-100. HEMANS, FELICIA,
The Heart of Bruce in Melrose Abbey ; Wallace's Invocation to Bruce,
in her Works. Henry the Minstrel (Blind Harry), Actis & Deidis of
the Illustere and Vailleand Campioun Schir William Wallace, ed. by
James Moir. Edinburgh, 1889. HEYWOOD, THOMAS, The Royal King
and Loyal Subject ; a tragicomedy, in DODSLEY, Old Plays, VI.
PEELE, GEORGE, Famous Chronicle of Edward I . . .; also, the Life of
Llewellen . . .; lastly, the Sinking of Queene Elinor; tragedies, in his
Works, I, 77-217. On the Death of King Edward the First, in PERCY,
Reliques, I. RAMSAY, ALLAN, The Vision, in his Poems and Works,

I, 119-130. Sir Patrick Spens, in CHILD, II ; FINLAY, I; MAIDMENT,
Ballads, I. SOUTHEY, ROBERT, The Death of Wallace, in his Works,

II. THOMSON, JAMES, Edward and Eleonora; a tragedy, altered . . .
by Mr. Thomas Hull. London, Cawthorn, 1795.

SECTION 25

Edward II, 1307-1327

Summary. Wars with Scotland; Bannockburn, 1314; peace of
1323 (and of 1328). Character of Edward II; Piers Gaveston; the
King's marriage; the Lords Ordainers, 1310; Ordinances of the Parlia-
ment of 1311; execution of Gaveston; the rise of the Despensers ;



236 REFERENCES FOR ENGLISH HISTORY

their exile in 1321 ; defeat of the barons, 1322 ; execution of Thomas of
Lancaster ; supremacy of the Despensers ; Roger Mortimer ; plot and
invasion of Isabella ; capture and deposition of the King.

Sources Individual Works. FABYAN, Chronicles, 417-433.
FROISSART, Chronicles, Johnes ed., I, 3-14 ; Lanier's Boy's Froissart,
1-16.

Sources Collections. ADAMS and STEPHENS, 92-99. Calendar,
Close Rolls, 1307-1327, 4 vols. Calendar, Letter-Books of London,
Books B-E, passim. Calendar, Papal Registers, Letters, 1198-1404,
II, 34-268. Calendar, Patent Rolls, 1307-1317, 3 vols. Calendar,
State Papers, in Venice, I, 3-7. COBBETT, I, 23-50. COLBY, 92-95.
FRAZER, English Hist., 1307-1399, Part I, 5-31 (map, opposite Con-
tents). GEE and HARDY, 96-102. GOULD, BARING-, III, 414-421.
HALLIWELL, I, 23-37. Harleian Miscellany, i2-vol. ed., I, 128-133;
8-vol. ed., IV, 485-489. HOLINSHED, II, 546-588 ; V, 342-362 (Scot.) ;
VI, 243-252 (Ire.). NICOLAS, N. H., Navy, I, app., 465-469. RILEY,
London, 63-152. Rotuli Parl., I, 273-459, 460-479, passim (Latin and
French). Somers Tracts, I, 5-6. Statutes at Large, I, 178-235.
WRIGHT, Political Songs (Camden Soc.), 246-250, 253-272.

Modern Accounts, Group I. ANDREWS, C. M., England, 157-158.
BARNARD, Companion, plan, 68. BISHOP, Pictures, 108-113 (SCOTT).
CHEYNEY, England, ix, 227. COMAN and KENDALL, History for High
Schools, 152-156; map, 154. CREIGHTON, L., Government, vi, 37-45.
EDWARDS, O. M., Wales (Nations), xii, 218-235. GARDINER, S. R.,
Student's Hist., 224-231. GEORGE, H. B., Battles, iv, 46-51. GREEN,
J. R., Readings, 132-137 (SCOTT). GREEN, J. R., Short Hist., 207-215 ;
illus. ed., I, 404-411. HIGGINSON and CHANNING, English Hist., 54-
56. HUTTON, King and Baronage (Oxford Manuals), vii, 97-104.
LINGARD, England, abr., 166-180. MACKINTOSH, Scotland (Nations),
65-73. MONTGOMERY, Leading Facts, 121-124; map, 122. MYERS,
Mediaeval and Mod. Hist., 288-290. OMAN, England, xii, 171-179.
RANSOME, Advanced Hist., Book IV, ii, 228-241 ; plan, 334. RAN-
SOME, Government, vii, 73-75. SMITH, G., United Kingdom, I, ix,
202-209. STUBBS, Early Plantagenets (Epochs), 263-290. TERRY, B.,
England, 334-349; map, 338. TERRY, B., History for Schools, Part III,
Book I, .i, 143-150; map, 144. WALKER, A. P., English Hist. (Essen-
tials), xiii, 185-188. WHEELER, A. M., Sketches (LONGMAN), 126-
134; plan, 129. WRONG, British Nation, 170-174. YONGE, Cameos,
Ser. I, 321-369.

Modern Accounts, Group II. AUBREY, English Nation, I, 298-
305. BAIN, The Edwards in Scot., Lect. IV, 59 ; V, 76. BRIGHT, J. F.,



THE ANGEVINS FROM 1216 TO 1399 237

England, I, 197-211. BROWN, P. H., Scotland, I, Book III, iv, 151-
169; maps, 158, and end of vol. BURTON, J. H., Scotland, II, 360-432.
CAMPBELL, Admirals, I, v, 132-135. CAMPBELL, Chancellors, I, 191-
212. CAMPBELL, Justices, I, ii, 93-97. CRAIK and MACFARLANE,
Pictorial Hist., I, 730-747. Dictionary Nat. Biog., see lives of Adam
(of Orlton), Edward Bruce, John Comyn, James Douglas, Edward II,
Piers Gaveston, Isabella (of France), Roger Mortimer, Richard (of
Cornwall). FOXE, Martyrs, Seymour ed., 199-203. FULLER, T.,
Church Hist., I, Book III, Sects. VII-VIII, 397-416, passim. GRANT,
J., Battles, I, 35-41. GREEN, J. R., English People, I, 378-392.
GREEN, Mrs. M. A. E., Princesses, II, 363-401, 404-442; III, 1-64.
Harleian Miscellany, 8-vol. ed., I, 66-91 ; 12-vol. ed., I, 90127. HOOK,
W. F., Archbishops, III, viii, 455-491. HOZIER, Invasions, I, x, 179-
181. HUME, D., England, II, xiv, 79-115. JOYCE, Short Hist, of Ire.,
Part III, xi, 300-308. KNIGHT, England, I, xxviii, 427-440. LANG-
MEAD, TASWELL-, Constitutional Hist., 275-282. LARNED, Ready
Reference, II, 811-812; III, 1760 (Ire.); IV, 2845-2847 (Scot.).
LAVISSE et RAMBAUD, Histoire Generale, III, 370-373. LINGARD,
England, III, 1-78; app., 541-542. LONGMAN, W., Lectures, Lect. V,
345-419; map and plan, 345, 385. MEREWETHER and STEPHENS,
Boroughs and Corporations, II, 577-618. NICOLAS, N. H., Navy, I,
xi-xiv, 284-420. O'FLANAGAN, Chancellors of Ireland, I, i, 18-30.
OMAN, Art of War, 557-588; plan, 572. PAULI, England (German ed.),
IV, 199-306. PEARSON, Fourteenth Century, iii-iv, 52-92. RAIT,
Relations of Eng. and Scot., iv, 41-63. ROUND, Commune of London,
Study XIV, 289-301. SMITH, G. B., Parliament, I, Book II, v, 181-195.
STRICKLAND, Queens, I, 482-555 (Isabelle of France). STUBBS, Con-
stitutional Hist., 11,319-392. STUBBS, Introductions, 488-527 (Chron-
icles of Reigns of Edward I and Edward II, passim. Also in Rolls Ser.).
TOUT, England, A.D. 1216-1377 (Political Hist, of Eng., Ill), xii-xiv,
236-302 ; map at end. TRAILL, Social Eng., II, 8-10, 24-30. Bio-
graphical: BRITCE, 1274-1329: Maxwell (Heroes), viii-xiii, 163-304;
plan, 216. Murison (Famous Scots).

Bibliography (see also under Sect, jo, and general note, Sect. 2).
See LIEBERMANN, STUBBS, and TOUT, as in Sect. 23; also: FRAZER,
English Hist., 1307-1399, 98-105; cf. viii. LAVISSE et RAMBAUD, His-
toire Generale, III, 413-415. PAULI, England, IV, 716-741. STUBBS,
Introductions, 488-527 (Reigns of Edward I and Edward II. Also in
Rolls Ser.).

Illustrative Material Prose. AGUILAR, GRACE, The Days of
Bruce ; a story from Scottish history. London, Walter Scott. BIDDER,



238 REFERENCES FOR ENGLISH HISTORY

M., In the Shadow of the Crown. Constable, 1899. [B.] HOLT, E. S.,
In All Time of Our Tribulation ; the story of Piers Gaveston. New
York, 1886. [B.P.L.] RHYS, ERNEST, The Whistling Maid. Hutch-
inson, 1900. [B.]

Illustrative Material Poetry. BARBOUR, JOHN, The Bruce;
or, the book of the most excellent and noble prince, Robert de Broyss,
king of Scots, etc., I, Books IX-XIII ; II, Books XIV-XX, in Scottish
T. Society, 1894. DRAITON, MICHAELL, The Barons' Wars, Nymphidia
and other poems, in his Works, I, 2-159. DRAITON, MICHAELL, The
Legend of Pierce Gaveston, in his Works, II, 471-500. DRAITON,
MICHAELL, Queen Isabell to Mortimer; Mortimer to Queen Isabell, in
his Works, I, 201-209, 209-217. Geste of Robyn Hode (and other
Robin Hood Legends), in CHILD, II. King Edward II sent prisoner
to Berkley-castle by Queen Isabel his Wife, in EVANS, II, 45. MAR-
LOWE, CHRISTOPHER, Edward II, in his Works. On the Lamentable
and Cruel Murther of King Edward II, in EVANS, II. Song of Queen
Isabel, Wife to King Edward II, with the Downfall of the Spencers,
in EVANS, II.

SECTION 26

Edward III (A), 13271360

Summary. Edward's minority: independence of Scotland, 1328;
Edward's assumption of the government, 1330; execution of Morti-
mer. The Hundred Years' War : possessions of the English kings in
France; new causes of conflict; outbreak of the war; Sluys ; Crecy;
capture of Calais ; the Black Prince ; Poitiers; Peace of Bretigny, 1360.
Domestic affairs; first Statute of Provisors ; Statute of Praemunire;
the Black Death ; Statutes of Laborers ; improvement in the position
of villeins.

Sources Individual Works. FABYAN, Chronicles, 438-473.
FROISSART, Chronicles, Bemers ed., I, 17-415; II, 1-74, cf. pp. ix-
Ixxxiii; Johnes ed., I, 14-292; Lanier's Boy's Froissartr, 16-265; Scott
Lib., 4-10, 16-78. GREY FRIARS, Chronicle, 4-6.

Sources Collections. ADAMS and STEPHENS, 100-127. ASH-
LEY, Edward III (Eng. Contemp.), 5-187. BISHOP, 113-118. BUND,
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