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Holinshed Chronicles, Volume I, Complete

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  • HOLINSHED'S CHRONICLES ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND.
  • THE CONTENTS OF VOLUME I
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE, AND HIS SINGULAR GOOD LORD AND MAISTER, S. WILLIAM BROOKE KNIGHT,
    • ¶ THE NAMES OF THE AUTHORS FROM WHOME THIS HISTORIE OF ENGLAND IS COLLECTED.
    • REGVM ANGLIÆ SERIES & CATALOGUS.
      • CARMEN CHRONOLOGICON THOMÆ NEWTONI CESTRESHYRIJ.
    • CARMEN CHRONOLOGICON THOMÆ NEWTONI CESTRESHYRIJ.
  • AN HISTORICALL DESCRIPTION OF THE ILAND OF BRITAINE; WITH A BRIEFE REHERSALL OF THE NATURE AND QUALITIES OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND, AND SUCH COMMODITIES AS ARE TO BE FOUND IN THE SAME. COMPREHENDED IN THREE BOOKES, AND WRITTEN BY W. H.
    • A TABLE OF SUCH CHAPITERS AS ARE CONTEINED IN THE FIRST BOOKE OF THIS DESCRIPTION.
    • OF THE DIUISION OF THE WHOLE EARTH. CHAPTER I.
    • OF THE POSITION, CIRCUIT, FORME, AND QUANTITIE OF THE ILE OF BRITAINE. CAP. II.
    • OF THE ANCIENT NAMES OR DENOMINATIONS OF THIS ILAND. CAP. III.
    • WHAT SUNDRIE NATIONS HAUE DWELLED IN ALBION. CAP. IV.
    • WHETHER IT BE LIKELIE THAT ANY GIANTS WERE, AND WHETHER THEY INHABITED IN THIS ILE OR NOT. CAP. V.
    • OF THE LANGUAGES SPOKEN IN THIS ILAND. CAP. VI.
    • INTO HOW MANIE KINGDOMS THIS ILAND HATH BEENE DIUIDED. CAP. VII.
    • A Catalog of the kings and princes of this Iland, first from Samothes vnto the birth of our sauiour Christ, or rather the comming of the Romans: secondlie of their Legates: thirdlie of the Saxon princes according to their seuerall kingdomes: fourthlie of the Danes, and lastlie of the Normans and English princes, according to the truth conteined in our Histories.
      • OF THE KINGS OF BRITAINE, FROM SAMOTHES TO BRUTE.
    • OF THE KINGS OF BRITAINE, FROM SAMOTHES TO BRUTE.
    • OF THE ANCIENT RELIGION VSED IN ALBION. CAP. IX.
      • OF THE MANIFOLD CONUERSIONS AND ALTERATIONS OF THE ESTATE OF THE COMMON-WEALTH OF BRITAINE, SITHENS THE TIME OF SAMOTHES.
    • OF THE MANIFOLD CONUERSIONS AND ALTERATIONS OF THE ESTATE OF THE COMMON-WEALTH OF BRITAINE, SITHENS THE TIME OF SAMOTHES.
    • OF SUCH ILANDS AS ARE TO BE SEENE VPON THE COASTS OF BRITAINE. CAP. 10.
    • THE DESCRIPTION OF THE THAMES, AND SUCH RIUERS AS FALL INTO THE SAME. CAP. XI.
    • OF SUCH STREAMES AS FALL INTO THE SEA, BETWEENE THE THAMES AND THE MOUTH OF THE SAUERNE. CHAP. XII.
    • THE DESCRIPTION OF THE SAUERNE, & SUCH WATERS AS DISCHARGE THEMSELUES INTO THE SAME. CHAP. XIII.
    • OF SUCH WATERS AS FALL INTO THE SEA IN COMPASSE OF THE ILAND, BETWÉENE THE SAUERNE AND THE HUMBER. CHAP. XIV.
    • THE DESCRIPTION OF THE HUMBER OR ISIS, AND SUCH WATER-COURSES AS DOO INCREASE HIR CHANELL. CHAP. XV.
    • OF SUCH FALLES OF WATERS AS IOINE WITH THE SEA, BETWEENE HUMBER AND THE THAMES. CHAP. XVI.
    • OF SUCH PORTS AND CREEKS AS OUR SEAFARING-MEN DOO NOTE FOR THEIR BENEFIT UPON THE COASTS OF ENGLAND. CHAP. XVII.
    • OF THE AIRE, SOILE, AND COMMODITIES OF THIS ILAND. CAP. XVIII.
    • OF THE FOURE HIGH WAIES SOMETIME MADE IN BRITAINE BY THE PRINCES OF THIS ILAND. CAP. XIX.
    • OF THE GENERALL CONSTITUTION OF THE BODIES OF THE BRITONS. CHAP. XX.
    • HOW BRITAINE AT THE FIRST GREW TO BE DIUIDED INTO THREE PORTIONS. CAP. XXI.
    • AFTER WHAT MANER THE SOUEREIGNTIE OF THIS ILE DOOTH REMAINE TO THE PRINCES OF LHOEGRES OR KINGS OF ENGLAND. CHAP. XXII.
    • OF THE WALL SOMETIME BUILDED FOR A PARTITION BETWEENE ENGLAND AND THE PICTS AND SCOTS. CHAP. XXIII.
    • OF THE MARUELS OF ENGLAND. CHAP. XXIV.
  • THE CONTENTS OF THE SECOND BOOKE.
    • OF THE ANCIENT AND PRESENT ESTATE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. CHAP. I.
    • OF THE NUMBER OF BISHOPRIKES AND THEIR SEUERALL CIRCUITS. CHAP. II.
      • THE NAMES AND SUCCESSIONS OF SO MANIE ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF LONDON, AS ARE EXTANT, AND TO BE HAD, FROM THE FAITH FIRST RECEIUED.
    • THE NAMES AND SUCCESSIONS OF SO MANIE ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF LONDON, AS ARE EXTANT, AND TO BE HAD, FROM THE FAITH FIRST RECEIUED.
    • OF VNIUERSITIES. CHAP. III.
      • OF THE COLLEGES IN CAMBRIDGE WITH THEIR FOUNDERS.
      • OF COLLEGES IN OXFORD.
      • In London also the houses of students at the Common law are these.
    • OF THE COLLEGES IN CAMBRIDGE WITH THEIR FOUNDERS.
    • OF COLLEGES IN OXFORD.
    • In London also the houses of students at the Common law are these.
    • OF THE PARTITION OF ENGLAND INTO SHIRES AND COUNTIES. CHAP. IV.
    • OF DEGREES OF PEOPLE IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND. CHAP. V.
      • The rehearsall of the temporall nobilitie of England, according to the anciencie of their creations, or first calling to their degrees, as they are to be found at this present.
    • The rehearsall of the temporall nobilitie of England, according to the anciencie of their creations, or first calling to their degrees, as they are to be found at this present.
    • OF THE FOOD AND DIET OF THE ENGLISH. CHAP. VI.
    • OF THEIR APPARELL AND ATTIRE. CHAP. VII.
    • OF THE HIGH COURT OF PARLEMENT, AND AUTHORITIE OF THE SAME. CHAP. VIII.
      • THE NAMES OF COUNTIES, CITIES, BOROUGHS, AND PORTS, SENDING KNIGHTS, CITIZENS, BURGESSES, AND BARONS TO THE PARLEMENT OF ENGLAND.
      • ¶ The summe of the foresaid number of the common house videlicet, of
    • THE NAMES OF COUNTIES, CITIES, BOROUGHS, AND PORTS, SENDING KNIGHTS, CITIZENS, BURGESSES, AND BARONS TO THE PARLEMENT OF ENGLAND.
    • ¶ The summe of the foresaid number of the common house videlicet, of
    • OF THE LAWES OF ENGLAND SINCE HIR FIRST INHABITATION. CHAP. IX.
      • A perfect rule to know the beginning and ending of euerie terme, with their returnes.
      • Michaelmas terme.
      • Hilarie terme.
      • Easter terme.
      • The fiftéenth daie after Easter.
      • Trinitie terme.
    • A perfect rule to know the beginning and ending of euerie terme, with their returnes.
    • Michaelmas terme.
    • Hilarie terme.
    • Easter terme.
    • The fiftéenth daie after Easter.
    • Trinitie terme.
    • OF PROUISION MADE FOR THE POORE. CHAP. X.
      • The seuerall disorders and degrees amongst our idle vagabonds.
      • ¶ Of women kind
    • The seuerall disorders and degrees amongst our idle vagabonds.
    • ¶ Of women kind
    • OF SUNDRIE KINDS OF PUNISHMENTS APPOINTED FOR MALEFACTORS. CHAP. XI.
    • OF THE MANER OF BUILDING AND FURNITURE OF OUR HOUSES. CHAP. XII.
    • OF CITIES AND TOWNES IN ENGLAND. CAP. XIII.
    • OF CASTELS AND HOLDS. CHAP. XIV.
    • OF PALACES BELONGING TO THE PRINCE. CHAP. XV.
    • OF ARMOUR AND MUNITION. CHAP. XVI.
      • The names of our greatest ordinance are commonlie these.
    • The names of our greatest ordinance are commonlie these.
    • OF THE NAUIE OF ENGLAND. CHAP. XVII.
      • The names of so manie ships belonging to hir maiestie as I could come by at this present.
    • The names of so manie ships belonging to hir maiestie as I could come by at this present.
    • OF FAIRES AND MARKETS. CHAP. XVIII.
    • OF PARKES AND WARRENS. CHAP. XIX.
      • Incipiunt constitutiones Canuti regis de foresta.
    • Incipiunt constitutiones Canuti regis de foresta.
    • OF GARDENS AND ORCHARDS. CHAP. XX.
    • OF WATERS GENERALLIE. CHAP. XXI.
    • OF WOODS AND MARISHES. CHAP. XXII.
    • OF BATHS AND HOT WELLES. CHAP. XXIII.
    • OF ANTIQUITIES FOUND. CHAP. XXIV.
    • OF THE COINES OF ENGLAND. CHAP. XXV.
  • THE CONTENTS OF THE THIRD BOOKE.
    • OF CATTELL KEPT FOR PROFIT. CHAP. I.
    • OF WILD AND TAME FOULES. CHAP. II.
    • OF FISH VSUALLIE TAKEN VPON OUR COASTS. CHAP. III.
    • OF SAUAGE BEASTS AND VERMINES. CHAP. IV.
    • OF HAWKES AND RAUENOUS FOULES. CHAP. V.
    • OF VENEMOUS BEASTS. CHAP. VI.
    • OF OUR ENGLISH DOGS AND THEIR QUALITIES. CHAP. VII.
    • OF OUR SAFFRON, AND THE DRESSING THEREOF. CHAP. VIII.
    • OF QUARRIES OF STONE FOR BUILDING. CHAP. IX.
    • ON SUNDRIE MINERALS. CHAP. X.
    • OF METTALS TO BE HAD IN OUR LAND. CHAP. XI.
    • OF PRETIOUS STONES. CHAP. XII.
    • OF SALT MADE IN ENGLAND. CHAP. XIII.
    • OF OUR ACCOMPT OF TIME & HIR PARTS. CHAP. XIV.
      • The present names.
      • The old Saxon names.
      • The Scotish vsage.
    • The present names.
    • The old Saxon names.
    • The Scotish vsage.
    • OF OUR PRINCIPALL FAIRES AND MARKETS. CHAP. XV.
      • Faires in Ianuarie.
      • Faires in Februarie.
      • Faires in March.
      • Faires in Aprill.
      • Faires in Maie.
      • Faires in Iune.
      • Faires in Iulie.
      • Faires in August.
      • Faires in September.
      • Faires in October.
      • Faires in Nouember.
      • Faires in December.
    • Faires in Ianuarie.
    • Faires in Februarie.
    • Faires in March.
    • Faires in Aprill.
    • Faires in Maie.
    • Faires in Iune.
    • Faires in Iulie.
    • Faires in August.
    • Faires in September.
    • Faires in October.
    • Faires in Nouember.
    • Faires in December.
    • OF OUR INNES AND THOROWFAIRES. CHAP. XVI.
      • The waie from Walsingham to London.
      • The waie from Barwike to Yorke, and so to London.
      • The waie from Carnaruan to Chester, and so to London.
      • The waie from Cockermouth to Lancaster, and so to London.
      • The waie from Yarmouth to Colchester, and so to London.
      • The waie from Douer to London.
      • The waie from saint Burien in Cornewall to London.
      • The waie from Bristowe to London.
      • The waie from saint Dauids to London.
      • Of thorowfares from Douer to Cambridge.
      • From Canturburie to Oxford.
      • From London to Cambridge.
      • Or thus better waie.
      • OF CERTEINE WAIES IN SCOTLAND, OUT OF REGINALD WOLFES HIS ANNOTATIONS. From Barwijc to Edenborow.
      • From Edenborow to Barwijc another waie.
      • From Edenborow to Dunbrittaine westward.
      • From Striuelin to Kinghorne eastward.
      • From Kinghorne to Taimouth.
      • From Taimouth to Stockeford.
      • From Carleill to Whitehorne westward.
    • The waie from Walsingham to London.
    • The waie from Barwike to Yorke, and so to London.
    • The waie from Carnaruan to Chester, and so to London.
    • The waie from Cockermouth to Lancaster, and so to London.
    • The waie from Yarmouth to Colchester, and so to London.
    • The waie from Douer to London.
    • The waie from saint Burien in Cornewall to London.
    • The waie from Bristowe to London.
    • The waie from saint Dauids to London.
    • Of thorowfares from Douer to Cambridge.
    • From Canturburie to Oxford.
    • From London to Cambridge.
    • Or thus better waie.
    • OF CERTEINE WAIES IN SCOTLAND, OUT OF REGINALD WOLFES HIS ANNOTATIONS. From Barwijc to Edenborow.
    • From Edenborow to Barwijc another waie.
    • From Edenborow to Dunbrittaine westward.
    • From Striuelin to Kinghorne eastward.
    • From Kinghorne to Taimouth.
    • From Taimouth to Stockeford.
    • From Carleill to Whitehorne westward.
  • ITER BRITANNIARUM.
    • A GESSORIACO.
      • De Gallis Ritupis in portu Britanniarum stadia numero. CCCCL.
      • A Limite, id est, a vallo Prætorio vsque M. P. CLVI. sic:
      • Item a Vallo ad portum Ritupis m. p. 481, 491, sic,
      • Item a Londinio ad portum Dubris m. p. 56, 66, sic:
      • Item a Londinio ad portum Lemanis m. p. 68 sic:
      • Item a Londinio Lugu-Valio ad Vallum m. p. 443, sic:
      • Item a Londinio Lindo m. p. 156 sic:
      • Item a Regno Londinio m. p. 116, 96 sic:
      • Item ab Ebvraco Londinium m. p. 227 sic:
      • Item a Venta Icinorvm Londinio m. p. 128 sic:
      • Item a Glamoventa Mediolano m. p. 150 sic:
      • Item a Segoncio Deuam m. p. 74 sic:
      • Item a Calleva aliàs Mvridono aliàs Viroconiorum. Per Viroconium.
      • Item ab Isca Calleua m. p. 109 sic:
      • Item alio Itinere ab Isca Calleua m. p. 103 sic:
      • Item a Calleua Iscadvm Nunniorum m. p. 136 sic:
    • De Gallis Ritupis in portu Britanniarum stadia numero. CCCCL.
    • A Limite, id est, a vallo Prætorio vsque M. P. CLVI. sic:
    • Item a Vallo ad portum Ritupis m. p. 481, 491, sic,
    • Item a Londinio ad portum Dubris m. p. 56, 66, sic:
    • Item a Londinio ad portum Lemanis m. p. 68 sic:
    • Item a Londinio Lugu-Valio ad Vallum m. p. 443, sic:
    • Item a Londinio Lindo m. p. 156 sic:
    • Item a Regno Londinio m. p. 116, 96 sic:
    • Item ab Ebvraco Londinium m. p. 227 sic:
    • Item a Venta Icinorvm Londinio m. p. 128 sic:
    • Item a Glamoventa Mediolano m. p. 150 sic:
    • Item a Segoncio Deuam m. p. 74 sic:
    • Item a Calleva aliàs Mvridono aliàs Viroconiorum. Per Viroconium.
    • Item ab Isca Calleua m. p. 109 sic:
    • Item alio Itinere ab Isca Calleua m. p. 103 sic:
    • Item a Calleua Iscadvm Nunniorum m. p. 136 sic:
  • HISTORIE OF ENGLAND,
  • TO THE READERS STUDIOUS IN HISTORIES.
  • THE FIRST BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • THE SECOND CHAPTER.
    • AN APPENDIX TO THE FORMER CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
  • THE SECOND BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • THE SECOND CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
    • THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
    • THE FIFT CHAPTER.
    • THE SIXT CHAPTER.
    • THE SEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE EIGHT CHAPTER.
  • THE THIRD BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • SECOND CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
    • THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
    • THE FIFT CHAPTER.
    • THE SIXT CHAPTER.
    • THE SEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE EIGHT CHAPTER.
    • THE NINTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE ELEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TWELFT CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XV. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIX. CHAPTER.
  • THE FOVRTH BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • THE SECOND CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
    • THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
    • THE FIFT CHAPTER.
    • THE SIXT CHAPTER.
    • THE SEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE EIGHT CHAPTER.
    • THE NINTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE ELEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TWELFE CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XV. CHAPTER.
    • THE 16. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE 19. CHAPTER.
    • THE XX. CHAPTER.
    • THE XXJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXV CHAPTER.
    • THE XXVJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXVIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXVIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIX CHAPTER.
    • THE XXX CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXIIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXV CHAPTER.
  • THE FIFT BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • THE SECOND CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
    • THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
    • THE FIFT CHAPTER.
    • THE VJ CHAPTER.
    • THE SEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE EIGHT CHAPTER.
    • THE NINTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE ELEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TWELFE CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XV. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIX. CHAPTER.
    • THE XX. CHAPTER.
    • THE XXJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXV CHAPTER.
    • THE XXVJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXVIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXVIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIX CHAPTER.
    • THE XXX CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXIIIJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXV CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXVJ CHAPTER.
    • THE XXXVIJ CHAPTER.
  • THE SIXT BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • THE SECOND CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
    • THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
    • THE FIFT CHAPTER.
    • THE SIXT CHAPTER.
    • THE SEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE EIGHT CHAPTER.
    • THE NINTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE ELEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TWELFT CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XV. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XVIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIX. CHAPTER.
    • THE XX. CHAPTER.
    • THE XXJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XXIIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XXV. CHAPTER.
  • THE SEVENTH BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • THE SECOND CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
    • THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
    • THE FIFT CHAPTER.
    • THE SIXT CHAPTER.
    • THE SEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE EIGHT CHAPTER.
    • THE NINTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE XJ CHAPTER.
    • THE TWELFTH CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XIIIJ. CHAPTER.
    • THE XV. CHAPTER.
  • THE EIGHT BOOKE OF THE HISTORIE OF ENGLAND.
    • THE FIRST CHAPTER.
    • THE SECOND CHAPTER.
    • THE THIRD CHAPTER.
    • THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
    • THE FIFT CHAPTER.
    • THE SIXT CHAPTER.
    • THE SEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE EIGHT CHAPTER.
    • THE NINTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE ELEUENTH CHAPTER.
    • THE TWELFE CHAPTER.
    • Transcriber's Note
      • Errata
    • Errata
    • Titles and filenumbers of the presently posted Project Gutenberg files which are included in this "Complete" version.
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