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Stitb SUIlOaj? after ICrtnttg* [Lord Salisbury resigned, 1902.
Cession of Cyprus to England, 1878. Alexandria bombarded, 1882.
Employers and Workmen Act passed, 1876. Mr. Balfour Prime
Treaty of Berlin signed, 1878. [Minister, 1902.

St. Swithin. Mr. John Bright resigned oflBce, 1882.



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Seventb SunDap after Urinits.

Ballot Act passed, 1 872. Welsh Disestabl. Bill withdrawn, 1894.

Duke of Albany (Saxe-Coburg) born, 1884.

Purchase in the Army abolished, 1871. Pope Leo XIII. d. 1908.



Jubilee Naval Review, 1887. Duke of Devonshire born, 1888.



iBigbtb Suiibas after XCrtnttp.

Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour born, 1848.

Irish Church Bill passed, 1869. 2nd Salisbury Ministry, 1886.

Disaster at Maiwand, 1880.

Aberdeen Govt, defeated, 1855. King of Italy assassinated, 1900.
Bismarck d., 1898. H.R.H. Duke (Alfred) of Saxe-Coburg d., 1900.



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MONTHLY

July 5. Appraisers' and pawnbrokers'
licenoes to be taken out.

„ 5. Dividends on Consols, &o., due.

„ 9. Oxford Trinity Term ends.

,, 9. Fire insurance to be paid.

„ 20. Latest day to send in owners'
claims to vote in counties.

„ 20. A.11 electors must pay poor rates
due Jan. 6 on or before this day.



NOTICES.

July 22. Overseers to make out lists of
persons whose poor rates re-
main unpaid.
,, 26. Last day for claim by lodgers
already on register and re-
taining same lodgings.
„ 81 . Game and gun licenoes expire.



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AUGUST, 1904.



MOON'S CHANGES.



Last Qaarter ...August 4th... 2 8 p.m.
New Moon nth... 12 58 p.m.



First Quarter ...August 17th... 4 27 p.m.
Pull Moon , 28th... 1 2 a.m.



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Bank Holiday. Battle of the NUe, 1798.

Bank of England founded, 1782.

Free Education Act passed, 1891. Empress Frederick d., 1901.



TTentb Sunba? after TTrfnftB* "Ship money" declared

illegal, 1641.
George Canning died, 1827.
Coronation Day, 1902.
Viscount Gosohen b., 1881.



Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Local Government Act, 1888.



filet>entb Sun^al? after XCrfnft)?* Capture of Peking, i9oo.

Reform B 11 passed, 1867.



Battle of Gravelotte, 1 870. Fourth Gladstone Ministry inst., 1 892.
Strasburg bombarded, 1870.
Battle of Vimiera. 1808.



xrwelftb Sun&ap after Zvinity}.

Marquis of Salisbury elected for Stamford, 1868 ; died, 1903.

St, Bartholoviexv,

Corrupt Practices Act passed, 1883.
Late Prince Consort bom, 1819.
Zanzibar bombarded, 1896.



Ubtrteentb Sun&a? after XTrinits*

Battle of Plevna, 1877.

Red River Disturbances suppressed, 1870.



MONTHLY NOTICES.



Aug. 1. New Lists of Electors in counties
and boroughs to be affixed to
church doors.

„ 1. Wild birds' close time ends.

„ 1. Bank Holiday.

„ 4. Oyster season commences.

„ 11. Half -quarter day.

„ 11. Trinity Law Sittings end.

.,12. Grouse and ptarmigan shooting
begins.



Aug. 20.
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26.



Blackcock shooting begins.
Last day for occupiers' and

lodgers' claims in counties and

boroughs.
Last day for notices of objection

to Electors in counties and

boroughs.
Overseers to publish lists of

claims and objections.

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71 W I Sir K. Peel Prime Minister, 1841.
8| Th| Capture of Sebastopol, 185/).

9| ^ i Lords rejected Home Rule Bill, 1898. Rt. Hon. J. Chamberlain
lo' S I Empress of Austria assassinated, 1898. [resigned, 1903.

f ttteentb SunDag after Urinits.

Battle of Tel-el-Kebir, 1882.

Alahamakw&rd, £3,219,166, in 1872. D. of Wellington d., 1862.
Rt. Hon. W. Huskisson killed, 1830.
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President Garlield died, 1881.

Battle of the Alma, 1854.

Lord George Bentinck died, 1848.



Seventeentb Sunbas after XTrinitB. Lord Mountmorres

murdered, 1880. Parliament dissolved, 1900.
Relief of Lucknow, 1857.
Battle of Busaco, 1810.

Michaelmas Day, St Michael,



30 F Evacuation of Uganda, 1892. Lord Roberts b., 1882.



MONTHLY NOTICES.



Sept. 1. Partridge shooting begins. Sept. 9. Eevision Courts for registers of

electors to be held between
this day and 12th October.

, IS. Salmon fishing in Scotland ends.



4. Lists of jarors to be affixed to
doors of churches, &c., on this
and two following Sundays.



23. Autumn commences.

29. Quarter-day. Fire insurance due.



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OCTOBER, 1904.



MOON'S 0HANOB8.



Ijftst Quarter ...October 2nd..

New Moon „ 9th..

First Quarter ... „ 16th.,



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5 64 a.m.



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Last Quarter ... „ Slst...ll 13 p.m.



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Biflbteentb Sunoa? after XTrinttfi^

Treaty of Limerick, 1691.

Independence of Belgium, 1880.

Life Peers created, 1876.

Lord Rosebery resigned Liberal Leadership, 1896. Mr. Parnell

Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, 1748. [died, 1891.



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[1870. Boer ultimatum. 1899.
Abp, Benson d., 1896. War with S.A. Republics, 1899.
Gen. Roberts entered Oabul, 1879.

[French Arbitration Treaty. 1908.
Battle of Hastings, 1066. Sir W. Harcourt b., 1827. Anglo-
Marie Antoinette beheaded, 1793.



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[burned, 1884.
Ld. Palmerston d., 1866.

[at Talana Hill, Natal, 1899.
Battle of Navarino, 1827. Dargai Heights stormed, 1897. Battle
Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Battle at Elandslaagte, Natal, 1899.
Edict of Nantes revoked, 1685.



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W Battleof Agincourt, 1415.

Th Duchess of Teck died, 1897.

F St. Simon d St. Jude.

S Prince Christian Victor d. at Pretoria, 1900.

S Hwentp-SeCOnb Sunbai? after TLVinit^. British reverse at
M I All Hallows Eve. [Nickolson's Nek, 1899.



MONTHLY NOnOBS.



Oct. 1.

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.,10.



Cambridge Michaelmas Term
begins.

Pheasant shooting begins.

Dividends on Consols, &c., due.

Bankers' licences expire.

Oxford Michaelmas Term begins.



Oct. 10. Publicans', &o., licences expire.

„ 12. Quarter Sessions this week.

„ 14. Fire insurance to be paid.

„ 17. Fox hunting begins.

„ 24. Michaelmas Law Sittings begin.

„ 29. Hare hunting begins.



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NOVEMBER, 1904.

MOON'S CHANGES.

New Moon November 7th... 8 87 p.m. | Full Moon November 28rd .. 8 12 a.m.

First Quarter... „ 16th.. .12 86 a.m. | Last Quarter... „ 80th... 7 88 a.m.



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Long Parliament met, 1641.

William IlL landed, 1688.

Council of Constance, 1414. Battle of Inkerman, 1854.



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[died, 1884.
His Majesty's Birthday, 1841.
Martinmas. James II. abdicated, 1688.



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Accession of Queen Elizabeth, 1558.
Parliament dissolved, 1885.



Zrwentp^llftb Sunbas after UrinttS. Suez Canal opened,
Ali Musjid captured, 1878. [1869.

Battle at Belmont, Cape Colony, 1899.

Vise. Melbourue died, 1848.

Battle at Enslin, 1899. Suez Canal Shares purchased, 1875.



jf tr6t Sun&as tn BDvent.

Occupation of Mandalay, 1885. Battle at Modder River, 1899.
Surrender of King of Bnrmah, 1885.
St, Andrew,



MONTHLY NOTICES.



Nov. 1. Salmou fishing (rod and line) en dp.
„ 1. Stock Exchange closed.
„ 1. Borough Councillors elected.
„ 9. Lord Mayor's day in London.
„ 9. Mayors and Aldermen Alected in
boroughs.



Nov. 12. Half-quarter day.
„ 12. Nomination of Sheriffs.
„ 15. Solicitors', A;o., certificates ex-
pire.
„ 80. Tweed rod-fishing ends.



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DECEMBER, 1904.



MOON'S OHANOBS.

New Moon ...December 7tb... 3 46 a.m. I Fnll Moon December 22nd... 6 1 p.m.

First Quarter „ 14th... 10 7 p.m. | Last Quarter... ,. 29th... 8 46 p.m.



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Mr. Disraeli resigned, 1868.
Trial of Arabi Pasha, 1882.



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County Franchise Act passeci, 1884.

Mr. Disraeli's Maiden Speech, 1887.

Sir W. Harcourt resigned Liberal leadership, 1898.

First Gladstone Ministry, 1868.

Capture of Plevna. 1877. British reverse at Stormberg, 1899.



XCbiCb Sun&aiJ tn H&VCnt* British repulse at Magersfontein,

[1899.
Duke of Rutland born, 1818.

Prince Consort died, 1861. Princess Alice of Hesse died, 1878.
British repulse at Tugela River, 1899.
Cromwell Protector, 1668.



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Slavery abolished in United
[States, 1862.



St, Thomas. Earl of Beaconsfield born, 1806.

tions in New Guinea, 1884.
Rt. Hon. E. Stanhope d., 1898.
Conference at Constantinople, 1876.
Dynamite Explosion at Dublin Castle, 1892.



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St. John Evangelist.

Innocents* Day.

Rt. H^n. W. E. Gladstone born, 1809.

Dr. Jameson's Raid in Tranpvaal, 1895.

L^on Gambetta died, 1882.



MONTHLY NOTICES.



Deo. 10.



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19.

22.



Grouse and black game shooting

ends.
Last day for renewing Solicitors',

(fee, certificates.
Oxford Michaelmas Term ends.
Cambridge Michaelmas Term

ends.
Michaelmas Law Sittings end.



Dec. 21. Winter commences. Shortest

day.
., 22. Election of Common Council in

City of London.
,, 25. Quarter day. Insurance due.
., 26. Bank Holiday in England and

Ireland.
., 31. Dog, &o., licences (Inland Be-

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TABLE OF TIDAL CONSTANTS,

CcUevlaiedfrom the Nautical Almanac.

By which the time of high toater on any given day^ at any of the pUices enumerated^ may^ for ordinary
purposes, be calculated by addition to or subtraction from the time at London Bridge.



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Aberdeen

Aberystwith

Aldborough

Antwerp

Arran Isle

Ballyshannon Bar
Bantry Harbour . .

Barmouth

Beaumaris

Belfast

Berwick

Bordeaux

Boulogne

Brighton

Bristol

Gaermarthen Bar..

Gahiis

Calf of Man

Cardigan

Chatham

Cherbourg

Clear, Cape

Cork



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Donegal Harbour .
Douglas Harbour .

Dover

Dublin Bar

Dundalk

Dundee

Dungeness

Dunkerque

Eddystone

Falmouth

Flamboro' Head .

Flushing

Gibraltar

Glasgow

Greenock

Hartlepool

Harwich

Hastings

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Liverpool

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Needles, The

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Nore Light

Ostend

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Portsmouth Dock Yd.
Ramsgate Harbour

Scarborough

Shannon Mouth . . ,
Sheerness Dockyard
Southampton . . .

Swansea Bay

Whitby

Wick

Wicklow

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TABLE OF THE PRINCIPAL FOREIGN COINS.

Sfuyiving fheir circulating value in English money when the relative values of gold and silver are
as 15^ to 1 {not the exchange value, which is variable).



Argentina
Austria ..

Belgium

Brazil....

Bulgaria

Canada .,

Chile, &c.

China....

Denmark

Egypt....

France ..

Germany

Greece . .
Holland..
India ....



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Franc

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Peso (100 Centavos)

Tael (1,000 Cash)

Erona (100 Ore)

Pound (100 Piastres)

Franc (100 Centimes)

Mark (100 Pfennige). . . .
(1 Thaler =3 Marks)

Drachma (100 Lepta)

Guilder or FlorinflOOCents)

Rupee (16 Annas)

(Lac =100,000 Rupees)
(Crore= 10 million Rupees)



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Japan

Mexico

Norway

Persia

Portugal

Roumania . .

Russia I

Servia |

Spain I

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Sweden I

Switzerland . .

Tunis j

Turkey j

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Yen or Dollar (100 Sen) .4

Peso (100 Centavos) ; 4

Krona (100 Ore) 1

Khran

Milreis 4

Ley (100 Banis) '

Rouble (100 Kopecks) . . . . ; 3

Dinar (100 Paras)

Peseta (100 Centimos) ..|
(4Reales=l Peseta)

(Escudo=-10 Reales)
Krona (100 Ore) i



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Amsterdam
Athens ....

Berlin

Bombay. ..
Bordeaux . .

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Brussels . .
Bucharest . . ,
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Calcutta . . ,
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Between Oreenwich and the principal places on the Earth,



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Constantinople
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Edinburgh . .

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Hamburg ....
Helsingfors ..

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Madras

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Marseilles

Moscow

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New York

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Naples

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Rome

St. Petersburg

San Francisco

Smyrna

Stockholm ....

Sydney

Toronto

Trieste

Venice

Vienna

' Warsaw

WelUngt'n.N.Z.

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LANDMARKS IN GENERAL HISTORY.



Creation of the World (Eng. Bible date) . . 4004

Call of Abraham 1921

Birth of Moses 1571

Passover Instituted 1491

Israelites entered Canaan 1461

Fall of Troy 1188

David, King of Israel 1056

Death of Solomon 976

First Olympiad 776

Foundation of Rome 753

Byzantium built 657

Nebuchadnezzar took Jerusalem .. .. 688

Battle of Marathon 490

Pericles at Athens 444

Alexander the Great died 323

First Punic War 264

Second Punic War 218

Antiochus took Jerusalem 170

Third Punic War 149

Greece made a Roman Province 147-6

Julius Csesar reformed the Calendar —
Birth of Jesus Christ



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326

Huns defeated at Chalons 451



Armiuius defeated the Romania ...

Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

Jerusalem destroyed by Titus
Constantine embraced Christianity .
Council of Nice



Justinian began to reign

Augustine converted the Saxons

The Mahometan Hegira

Saracens defeated at Tours

Charlemagne crowned Emperor at Rome.

Norman Conquest of England

First Crusade

Mogul Invasion

Marco Polo brought in the (Compass

Fast Crusade

Invention of Gunpowder

Invention of Printing

Constantinople taken by the Turks

Columbus discovered America

Moors expelled from Spain

First " Protestants " (Diet of Spires)

Copemican System published

Gregory XIII. reformed the Calendar

Destruction of the Spanish Armada

English East India Company established.

Edict of Nantes revoked

Watt improved the Steam iingine

Adam Smith pubd. *' Wealth of Nations '
American Declaration of Independence .

French Revolution

Battle of Waterloo

Wheatstone's Electric Tel^frapb

Abolition of Slavery in U.S. A

German Empire established



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596
622
782
800
1066
1096
1241
1260
1270
1840
1440
1463
1492
1492
1620
1543
1582
1588
1600
1686
1764
1776
1776
1789
1815
1837
1862
1871



LANDMARKS IN ENGLISH HISTORY.



Julius Caesar invaded Britain b.o. 55

Cerdic, the Saxon, settled in England a.d. 519

St. Augustine arrived in England 596

Norman Conquest. . . .• 1066

Constitutions of Clarendon 1164

Conquest of Ireland 1172

Loss of Normandy 1204

Magna Charta 1216

Earls, Barons, & Bishops met in Parliament 1244

First complete English Parliament 1295

Wales united to England 1283

Order of the Garter instituted 1349

Papal demands refused by Parliament 1363

Ch. of England repudiated Papal supremacy 1633

Monasteries suppressed 1638

Book of Common Prayer authorised 1548

The XXXIX. Articles drawn up 1663

Spanish Armada defeated 1688

Gunpowder Plot 1606

Petition of Right 1628

Act of Uniformity 1662

Plague of London 1666

Fire of London 1666

Habeas Corpus Act 1679

The Revolution 1688

Bill of Rights : Protestant succession . ■ 1689

National Debt begins 1692

A.ct of Settlement 1701

Gibraltar taken 1704

Union with Scotland 1707

Treaty of Utrecht 1713

First Stuart rising 1715

Septennial Act 1716

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South Sea Bubble A..D. 1720

Second Stuart rising 1746

Peace of Paris. Canada gained 176£

Annexation of Isle of Man 1766

" No Popery " Riots 1780

Separation of America 1782

Grattan's Parliament in Ireland 1782

Mutiny at Spithead and the Nore 1797

Union with Ireland 1801

AboUtion of Shive Trade 1807

Roman Catholic Emancipation Act 1829

First Railway in England 1830

First Reform Act passed 1832

Factory Act passed 183S

Slavery Abolished in Colonies 1834

Income Tax re-imposed 1842

Repeal of the Com and Navigation Laws . . 1846

First International Exhibition 1861

War with Russia 1854-6

Indian Mutiny 1867

Disraeli's Reform Act 1867

Irish Church disestablished 1869

Irish Land Acts 1870 and 1881

Artisans Dwellings Act 1876

Treaty of Berlin 1878

County Franchise Act 1884

Redistribution of Seats Act 1886

Irish Home Rule Bill rejected 1886

Local Government Act 1886

Free Education introduced 1891

Parish Councils instituted 1894

War with S. African Republics 1899-02

Death of Queen Victoria Ipoi



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SOVEREIGNS, DYNASTIES', AND GOVERNMENTS.

KINQ8 AND QUEENS OF ENGLAND.



Bgb«rt 802

Kihelwulf 889

Bihelbald 868

Bthelbert 860

Eihelredl 866

Alfred 871

Edward the Elder 901

Athelstan 925

Edmund 1 940

Jkired 946

Edwy 956

Edgar 959

Edward the Martyr 976

Ethelredll 979

Edmund U 1016

Canute 1017

Haroldl 1086

Hardi Canute 1040

Edward the Confessor . . 1042



Harold II

WUHam I.
WUliam II.

Henry I.

Stephen . . .
, Henry II. .
Bichardl. .

John

S? J Henry III. .
"5 "^ Edward I. .
Edward II. .
Edward III.
VBichard II. .



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Henry V

Henry VI. ..
( Edward IV.
g { Edward V. . .
^ (Riohardlll.



▲.D.

1066
1066
1087
1100
1185
1154
1189
1199
1216
1272
1807
1327
1377
1899
1413
1422
1461
1483
1488



Henry VII

Henry VIII

Edward VI

Mary

Elisabeth

S J James I

5 j Charles I

Commonwealth

^ / Charles II

8 J James II

S. ] WUliam and Mary.
CO VAnne

George I

George II

George III

George IV

William IV

Victoria

Edward VII



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▲.D.

1485
1009
1647
1663
1668

1603



1649
1660
1686
1689
1702
1714
1727
1760
1820
1830
1887
1901



THE KINGS DESCENT FROM EGBERT.



1.
«.
Z.

4.
6.
^.
7.
8.
9.
10.

11.

12.
18.



Egbert
Ethelwulf.
Alfred the Great.
Edward the Elder.
Edmund the Elder.
Edgar.
Ethelred.
Edmund Ironside.
Edward the Exile.
Margaret Queen of

land.
Matilda, m. Henry

England.
■ Matilda, Empress.
Henry II.



Scot-
I. of



14. John.

15. Henry III.

16. Edward I.

17. Edward II.

18. Edward III.

19. Lionel, Duke of Clarence.

20. Philippa Plantagenet.

21 Boger, Earl of Mortimer.

22. Ann Mortimer.

23. Bichard, Duke of Yprk.

24. Edward IV.

25. Elizabeth of York, m.

Henry VII.

26. Margaret Tudor , m . James

IV. of Scotland.



27.
28.
29.

30.
31.



34.
35.
36.
37.



James V. of Scotland.

Mary Queen of Scots.

James VI. of Scotland and
I. of England.

Elizabeth of Bohemia.

Sophia, Electress of Han-
over.

George I.

George II.

Frederick, Prince of Wales.

George III.

Edward, Duke of Kent.

Victoria.

Edward VII.



CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

ARCHBISHOPS OF CANTERBURY.



A..D.

Augustine -. 597

Laurence 604

Mellitus... 619

Justus 624

Honorius 634

Adeodatus 654

Theodore 668

Birthwalde 693

Tatwine 731

Nothelm 735

Cuthbert 742

Bregwin 759

Lambrith 763

AtheUrd 793

Wulfred 804

Theolgild 830

Ceolnoth 830

Atheldred 871

Phlegmund 891

Athelm 923

Wulfelm 928

Odo Severus 941

Dunstan 954

Ethelgar 988

Siric 989

Alurioius 996

Elphege 1005

Leovingus 1013

Agelnoth 1020

Eadsius 1038

Bob. Gemeticensis 1060

atigand 1052



A.D.

Lanfranc 1070

Anselm 1093

Bodulph 1114

W. Corboyl 1122

Theobald 1138

Thomas 4 Becket 1162

Bichard 1171

Baldwin 1184

B. FitzJocelin 1191

Hubert Walter 1193

Stephen Langton 1207

B. Wethershed 1229

Edmund 1234

Boniface 1245

Bob. Kilwarby 1272

J. Peckham 1278

Rob. Winchelsey 1294

Walter Raymond 1313

Simon Mepham 1328

John Stratford 1333

Thomas de Uflford 1348

Th. Bardwardine 1349

Simon Islip 1349

Simon Langham 1866

Will. Wittlesey 1368

Simon Sudbury 1375

Will. Courtney 1381

Thos. Arundel 1396

Henry Chichley 1414

John Stafford 1443

John Kemp 1452

Thos. Bouchier 14.'S4



John Morton 1486

Henry Dean 1501

Will. Warham 1503

Thomas Cranmer 1538

Beginald Pole 165«

Matthew Parker 1559

Edmund Grindal 1676

JohnWhitgift 1688

Bichard Bancroft 1604

George Abbot 1611

William Laud 1633

William Juxon 1660

Gilbert Sheldon 1668

William Sancrof t 1678

John Tillotson 1691

Thomas Tenison 1694

William Wake 1715

John Potter 1787

Thomas Herring 1747

Matthew Hutton 1757

Thomas Seeker 1758

Frederick Cornwallis 1768

John Moore 1783

Charles Manners-Sutton .. 1805

William Howley 182S

John Bird Sumner 1848

Charles Thomas Longley . . 1802

Archibald CampbeU Tait . 1868

Edward White Benson .... 1882

Frederick Temple 18n«

Bandall T. Davidson 1903



Digitized by VjOOQIC



FOREIGN SOVEREIGNS.



19



PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.



Oen. George WMhingion 1789

John Adams 1797

Thomas Jefferson 1801

James Madison 1809

James Monroe 1817

John Quincy Adams — 1825

General Andrew Jackson 1829

Martin Van Buren 1887

Gen. William H. Harrison 1841



*John Tvler 1841

James Knox Polk 1846

General Zachary Taylor. . 1849

*Millard Fillmore 1860

General Franklin Pierce 1863

James Buchanan 1867

Abraham Lincoln 1861

^Andrew Johnson 1866

General Ulysses S. Grant 1869
"Elected as Vice-President.



Rutherford B. Hayes .... 1877

General J. Abram Garfield 1881

♦Chester A. Arthur 1881

Grover Cleveland 188i



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