The Story of Majorca and Minorca
THE STORY OF MAJORCA AND MINORCA
CHAPTER I Of King Jayme I. of Aragon and how he resolved to conquer Majorca and drive out the Moors
CHAPTER II Tells how King Jayme won a victory over the Moors of Majorca; and gives some account of the Moorish capital
CHAPTER III Tells how En Jayme besieged and took the capital, conquered the whole island, and became the first Christian King of Majorca
CHAPTER IV King Jayme’s last visits—Settlement of the island—Acts and death of Jayme I., first King of Majorca
CHAPTER V Tells how the King of Aragon took up Conradin’s glove; how the Pope’s curses went home to roost; and how En Pedro kept his tryst
CHAPTER VI Tells how the Queen of Aragon went to Sicily with her sons, how Admiral Lauria won new victories, and how more of the Pope’s curses went home to roost
CHAPTER VII Tells how young Federigo held Sicily against all odds, how the Catalan Company went to the east, and how Jayme of Majorca was restored to his island home
CHAPTER VIII Tells how King Jayme II. at last reigned in peace, and how his page Raimondo Lulio attained the crown of martyrdom
CHAPTER IX The career of Prince Fernando of Majorca; and tells how the orphan was taken home to its grandmother
CHAPTER X King Sancho of Majorca
CHAPTER XI King Jayme III. of Majorca
CHAPTER XII Relates the adventures of Jayme and Isabel, describes the memorial chair, and records the end of the Majorcan dynasty
CHAPTER XIII Relates the story, so far as it concerns Majorca, of the last Kings of Aragon
CHAPTER XIV The Majorcans as navigators
CHAPTER XV The Comunidades
CHAPTER XVI The Majorcan historians—War of succession—Families ennobled—Cotoners—Raxa and Cardinal Despuig—Country houses
CHAPTER XVII The Marquis of Romana and the patriot Jovellanos.
CHAPTER XVIII Conclusion
CHAPTER I Minorca—Its prehistoric remains—Mago the Carthaginian—Successive occupations
CHAPTER II Conquest of Minorca by Alfonso III.—The Barbary pirates
CHAPTER III British occupation of Minorca.
CHAPTER IV Minorca as a base
CHAPTER V Minorca under British rule
CHAPTER VI Minorca twice lost
CHAPTER VII The third occupation of Minorca—Loss of British rule
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THE WORKS OF Elizabeth Barrett Browning and of Robert Browning.
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