The history of France, Volumen2

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Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, 1860
 

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Ambition of the Duke of Orleans
47
Jean Sans Peur causes the Duke of Orleans to be murdered 1407
54
The Liegeois rebel against their Bishop
60
IJ
67
Gerson his Character
73
Renewal of Feud between the Party of Burgundy and that
80
Peace of Bicetre
83
Convocation of Three Estates 1413
90
Cabochiens break into the Palace insult the Dauphin and carry
96
The Armagnacs Masters of Paris
102
Failure of Church Reform
108
Battle of Agincourt 113
115
Death of second Dauphin Title of Heir to the Crown falls to
121
Siege of Rouen by Henry
127
His Murder September 1419
133
Siege of Meaux 139
139
English Armies though victorious iu the Field too weak to gar
145
Rash Conduct of the Duke of Gloucester
151
Battle of Herrings
158
She enters Orleans
164
She conducts the King triumphantly to Rheims
170
Jeanne dArc arraigned at Rouen
176
Defence of Normandy by Duke of Bedford
184
Treaty of Arras by which the Duke of Burgundy acknow
193
Results of English Victories
197
Estates of Orleans 1439
203
The Nobles conspire again 210
210
The Council of Basle Charles adopts its Decrees amongst these
217
Resumption of Hostilities with the English
225
Jacques Coeur
233
Ghenters defeated by the Duke at the Battle of Gavre
240
His Character
246
Character of the new King
250
Kings first fiscal Measure
256
Louis recovers from Burgundy the Towns on the Somme 1463
264
Battle of Montlhery 271
272
Failure of the civic Principle
278
His Successor Charles the Rash is imperilled in Ghent
284
Louis is captured at Poronne
291
The Duke aids Edward to restore the House of York and
298
Charles aims at acquiring Territories on the Rhine
304
Charless Journey to the Rhine and Quarrel with the Swiss
311
Execution of the Constable St Pol
317
He lays siege to Nancy 1477
324
Charles the Eighths first Designs upon Italy
380
The Italians league against him 336
387
Magnanimity of Louis on his Accession
395
First Appointment of a Prime Minister
401
March of the French towards Naples 417
417
The Sanction by the Estates at Tours 1506
422
Venetians defeated at Battle of Acnadello 1509
428
Gallantry of Gaston de Foix at Brescia
434
Battle of Spurs won by the English 1513
440
Character of Louis the Twelfth
446
Marriage of the Queen Dowager Francis passes the Alps with
453
Decline of the learned Professions
459
The Imperial Electors
465
Election of Charles June 1519 466
466
Lautrec the French Commander repulsed at the Bicocca 1522
473
Marseilles repels the Constable who retreats to Geneva
481
Capture of the King 435
487
Treaty between England and France
494
Treaty of Alliance between England and Franco
500
Ladys Peace or Treaty of Cambray
506
Beginning of the Reformation 511
512
Execution of Berquin
518
Treaty of Henry and Francis at Boulogne 1532
525
Huguenot Placards insulting the Mass affixed to the Door of
531
Francis occupies Turin 1536
537
Meeting between Charles and Francis at AiguesMortes
543
Montmorency and Chabot disgraced 5 19
550
French invade Roussillon
553
Battle of Cerisolles 1544
560
The French try to retake Boulogne
566
Revenues
572
Charless Attempts at religious Compromise
578
The Massacre of Merindol and Cabrieres 534
585
Portraiture of new King
592
Assassination of the Duke of Parma
598
The English make Peace and give up the Town
604
The Kings Expedition to Lorraine
610
Skirmish of Renti Conference of La Marcq 1554
616
Duke of Guise marches to the Conquest of Naples 15667
622
Guise attacks Calais 1558
628
Peace of Cateau Cambresia
635
Edict of Chateaubriand
640
HenrysVisit to it
646

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Página 639 - Jesus Christ ; to make the Mass a sacrifice for the sins of the dead and living, is a sacrilege and an abomination," Henry flung a plate at him, and sent him to prison.
Página 44 - Guisay, proposed to the king and his companions to attire themselves as satyrs, and, under the cover of their masks, taunt and tease the wedding party. The disguise was effected by means of linen dresses, to which tow was fixed with pitch. Five of these personages joined the company at the Hotel St. Pol, and indulged in the most extravagant cries, dances, and gestures, when the mad idea seized the Duke of Orleans of setting fire to the dresses of the masqueraders. They were in a flame in an instant,...
Página 183 - Arc did was to restore their confidence ; this was her good fortune or her mission. It was with the same town militia of Orleans with which she had stormed the English bastides, that Jeanne took Jargeau and drove the English from the Loire.
Página 491 - Turkish horse, and rode with exultation to St. Jean de Luz, and from thence to Bayonne, where his mother and friends awaited him.

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