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The History of England By David Hume

The History of England

David Hume


Available in PDF, epub, and Kindle ebook. This book has 2,735 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published 1754-1762.

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With over 2,700 pages, this is David Hume's massive history of England, from the invasion of Julius Caeser to the reign of James II. Originally published in six volumes, this edition includes the entire set. Subjects include: The Britons; The Romans; The Saxons; The Heptarchy; The Kingdom of Kent; The Kingdom of Northumberland; The Kingdom of East Anglia; The Kingdom of Mercia; The Kingdom of Essex; The Kingdom of Sussex; The Kingdom of Wessex; Egbert; Ethelwolf; Ethelbald and Ethelbert; Ethered; Alfred; Edward the Elder; Athelstan; Edmund; Edred; Edwy; Edgar; Edward the Martyr; Ethelred; Edmond Ironside; Canute; Harold Harefoot; Hardicanute; Edward the Confessor; Harold; The Anglo-Saxon Government and Manners; William the Conqueror; William Rufus; Henry I; Stephen; Henry II; Richard I; John; The Feudal and Anglo-Norman Government and Manners; Henry III; Edward I; Edward II; Edward III; Richard II; Henry IV; Henry V; Henry VI; Edward IV; Edward V. and Richard III; Richard III; Henry VII; Henry VIII; Edward VI; Mary; Elizabeth; James I; Charles I; The Commonwealth; Charles II; and, James II.

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