Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1983. — 492 p. — ISBN 0-86597-019-X (series); 0-8597-028-9 (Volume III)The History of England (1754–61) is David Hume's great work on the history of England, which he wrote in installments while he was librarian to the Faculty of Advocates in Edinburgh. It was published in six volumes in 1754, 1756, 1759, and 1761. The first publication of his History was greeted with outrage by all political factions, but it became a best-seller, finally giving him the financial independence he had long sought. Both the British Library and the Cambridge University Library, as well as Hume's own library, still list him as "David Hume, the historian." Hume's History spanned "from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution of 1688" and went through over 100 editions. Many considered it the standard history of England in its day.ContentsHenry VIIAccession of Henry VII His title to the crown King's prejudice against the house of York His joyful reception in London His coronation Sweating sickness A parliament Entail of the crown King's marriage An resurrection Discontents of the people Lambert Simnel Revolt of Ireland Intrigues of the dutchess of Burgundy Lambert Simnel invades England Battle of StokeState of foreign affairs State of Scotland State of Spain State of the Low Countries State of France State of Britanny French invasion of Britanny French embassy to England Dissimulation of the French court An resurrection in the North suppressed King sends forces into Britanny Annexation of Britanny to France A parliament War with France Invaston of France Peace with France Perkin Warbec His imposture He is avowed by the dutchess of Burgundy and by many of the Enghsh nobility Trial and execution of Stanley A parliamentPerkin retires to Scotland Insurrection in the west Battle of Blackheath Truce with Scotland Perkin taken prisoner Perkin executed The earl of Warwic executed Marriage of prince Arthur with Catharine of Arragon His death Marriage of the princess Margaret with the king of Scotland Oppressions of the people A parliament Arrival of the king of Castile Intrigues of the earl of Suffolk Sickness of the king His death and character His lawsHenry VIIIPopularity of the new king His ministers unishment of Empson and Dudley King's marriage Foreign affairs Juhus the second League of Cambray War with France Expedition to Fontarabia Deceit of Ferdinand Return of the English Leo the Tenth A parliament War with Scotland Wolsey minister His character Invasion of France Battle of Guinegate Battle of Flouden Peace with France Wolsey's admtnistratwn Scotch affairs Progress of Francis I Jealousy of Henry Tournay delivered to France Wolsey appointed legate His manner of exercising that office Death of the emperor Maxtmilian Charles, king of Spain, chosen emperor Interview between Henry and Francis near Calais The emperor Charles arrives in England Mediation of Henry Trial and condemnation of the duke of BuckinghamDigression concerning the ecclesiastical state Origin of the reformation Martin Luther Henry receives the title of defender of the faith Causes of the progress of the reformation War with France Invasion of France War with Scotland A parliament Invasion of France Italian wars The king of France invades Italy Battle of Pavia and Captivity of Francis Francis recovers his liberty Sack of Rome League with FranceScruples concerning the king's marriage The king enters into these scruples Anne Boleyn Henry applies to the pope for a divorce The pope favourable The emperor threatens him The pope's ambiguous conduct The cause evoked to Rome Wolsey's fall Commencement of the reformation in England Foreign affairs Wolsey 's death A parliament Progress of the reformation A parliament King's final breach with Rome A parliamentXXXIReligious principles of the people Religious principles of the king Religious principles of the ministers Farther progress of the reformation Sir Thomas More The maid of Kent Trial and execution of Fisher, bishop of Rochester Trial and execution of Sir Thomas More King excommunicated Death of Queen Catherine Suppression of the lesser monasteries A parliament A convocation Translation of the Bible Disgrace of Queen Anne Her trial and executton A parliament A convocation Discontents among the people Insurrection Birth of prince Edward and death of Queen Jane Suppression of the greater monasteries Cardinal PoleDisputation with Lambert A parliament Law of the six arttcles Proclamations made equal to laws Settlement of the succession King's projects of marriage He marries Anne of Cleves He dislikes her A parliament Fall of Cromwel His execution King's divorce from Anne of Cleves His marriage with Catherine Howard State of affairs in Scotland Discovery of the Queen's dissolute life A parliament Ecclesiastical affairsWar unth Scotland Victory at Solway Death of James V Treaty with Scotland New rupture Rupture with France A parliament Affairs of Scotland A parliament Campaign in France A parliament Peace with France and Scotland Persecutions Execution of the earl of Surrey Attainder of the duke of Norfolk Death of the king His character Miscellaneous transactionsEdward VIState of the regency Innovations in the regency Hertford protector Reformation completed Gardiner's opposition Foreign affairs Progress of the reformation in Scotland Assassination of cardinal Beaton Conduct of the war with Scotland Battle of Pinkey A parliament Farther progress of the reformation Affairs of Scotland Young queen of Scots sent into France Cabals of lord Seymour Dudley earl of Warwic A parliament Attainder of lord Seymour His execution Ecclesiastical affairsDiscontents of the people Insurrections Conduct of the war with Scotland Conduct of the war with France Factions in the council Conspiracy against Somerset Somerset resigns the protectorship A parliament Peace with France and Scotland Boulogne surrendered Persecution of Gardiner Warwic created duke of Northumberland His ambition Trial of Somerset His execution A parliament A new parliament Succession changed The king's sickness and deathMaryLady Jane Gray proclaimed queen Deserted by the people The queen proclaimed and acknowledged Northumberland executed Catholic religion restored A parliament Deliberations with regard to the queen's marriage Queen's marriage with Philip Wyat's insurrection Suppressed Execution of Lady Jane Gray A parliament Philip 's arrival in EnglandReasons for and against Toleration Persecutions A parliament The queen's extortions The emperor resigns his crown Execution of Cranmer War with France Battle of St. Quintin Calais taken by the French Affairs of Scotland Marriage of the Dauphin and the queen of Scots A parliament Death of the queen
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