War and Misrule 1307-1399
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War and Misrule 1307-1399

By A. Audrey Locke
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  • WAR AND MISRULE
  • INTRODUCTION
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • BILL OF ARTICLES PRESENTED TO EDWARD II BY THE BARONS IN THE PARLIAMENT OF 1310.
    • THE SUCCESSES OF KING ROBERT BRUCE (1311).
    • PETER GAVESTON AND THE FRIARS PREACHERS (1312).
    • AN UNWORTHY KING (1313).
    • CORRUPTION IN THE PAPAL COURT (1313).
    • THE BATTLE OF BANNOCKBURN (June 24, 1314).
    • VAGABOND FRIARS (1314).
    • CHARGES AGAINST THE DESPENSERS (1319).
    • POPULAR FEELING ABOUT THE EARL OF LANCASTER'S DEATH (1322).
    • THE REVOCATION OF THE ORDINANCES (1322).
    • THE MURDER OF THE KING (1327).
    • CHARACTER OF EDWARD II.
    • THE ACCESSION OF EDWARD III.
    • THE MANNER OF THE SCOTS (1327).
    • THE RULE OF ISABELLA (1328).
    • WHY MORTIMER WAS CONDEMNED UNHEARD (1330).
    • THE WAR OF THE DISINHERITED (1332).
    • FOR THE SAFE-KEEPING OF THE CITY OF LONDON (December 13, 1334).
    • FIRST INVASION OF FRANCE: THE CAMPAIGN OF 1339.
    • BEFORE SLUYS (1340).
    • THE BATTLE OF SLUYS (June 24, 1340).
    • THE KING OF FRANCE IGNORES THE KING OF ENGLAND'S CHALLENGE (July 27, 1340).
    • ARCHBISHOP STRATFORD INCURS THE KING'S DISPLEASURE (January 1, 1340-1).
    • THE "LIBELLUS FAMOSUS" (February 10, 1340-1).
    • TRIAL BY PEERS.
    • THE BATTLE OF CRECY (August 26, 1346).
    • DAVID BRUCE INVADES ENGLAND (October, 1346).
    • A FIGHTING PRIOR.
    • THE SURRENDER OF CALAIS (August 3, 1347).
    • PENITENTS AND JEWS (1349).
    • A STATUTE OF LABOURERS (1350).
    • PROSPERITY OF THE LANDLESS LABOURER.
    • FIRST STATUTE OF PROVISORS (1350).
    • THE KING OF ENGLAND REFUSES THE FRENCH KING'S CHALLENGE (1355).
    • THE BALLIOLS RESIGN TO THE KING OF ENGLAND THEIR PRETENDED RIGHT (1355-56)
    • THE BATTLE OF POITIERS (1356).
    • THE TREATY OF LONDON (1359).
    • THE SIEGE OF PARIS AND THE TREATY OF CALAIS (1360).
    • THE FATEFUL FOOTPRINTS OF THE ENGLISH (c. 1361).
    • NO SUBSIDY ON WOOL WITHOUT ASSENT OF PARLIAMENT (1362).
    • REGULATION OF WEARING APPAREL BY STATUTE (1363).
    • THE HAUGHTINESS OF THE ENGLISH (1367).
    • "TIME-HONOURED LANCASTER" (May-June, 1376).
    • LAMENT FOR THE BLACK PRINCE.
    • RENEWAL OF THE WAR (1376-77).
    • JOHN OF GAUNT ATTACKS WILLIAM OF WYKEHAM (1377).
    • MASTER JOHN WICLIF (1377).
    • A TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION (1377).
    • THE KING OF FRANCE EQUIPS A FLEET (1377).
    • CHARACTER OF EDWARD III.
    • THE PEASANTS' REVOLT (1381).
    • WONDROUS AND UNHEARD-OF PRODIGIES (1381).
    • HERETICAL AND ERRONEOUS CONCLUSIONS OF WICLIF (Condemned at London, 1382).
    • THE FOLLOWERS OF THIS MASTER JOHN (1382).
    • THE PARLIAMENT OF 1384 (April, 1384).
    • THE PLOT AGAINST LANCASTER (February, 1385).
    • THE FRENCH IN SCOTLAND.
    • THE DEATH OF WICLIF (1385).
    • CHARLES VI.'S FRUSTRATED INVASION OF ENGLAND (August, 1386).
    • THE STATE OF ENGLAND (1386).
    • THE WONDERFUL PARLIAMENT (October-November, 1386).
    • RICHARD APPEALS TO THE JUDGES (August, 1387).
    • DEFEAT OF THE KING'S FRIENDS (November-December, 1387).
    • THE MERCILESS PARLIAMENT (February, 1388).
    • ON THE TRUCE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND FRANCE (1394).
    • SUPPOSED PLOTS (1397).
    • RICHARD'S REVENGE (July, 1397).
    • THE "APPEAL" OF THE APPELLANTS (1397).
    • THE STATE OF IRELAND (1399).
    • THE BETRAYAL OF THE KING (August, 1399).
    • ABDICATION AND DEATH (1399).
    • THE CHARACTER OF RICHARD II., AS DESCRIBED BY A MONK OF EVESHAM.
    • RICHARD THE REDELESS (1399).
    • ISABELLA OF FRANCE RETURNS TO HER OWN COUNTRY (1399).
    • APPENDIX
    • A NORMAL SCHOOLBOY.
    • BEGGAR'S BRATS ARE BOOK-LEARNED.
    • CAUSES OF THE IMPAIRING OF OUR LANGUAGE.
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