The reign of William the Conquereror. 1871

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Clarendon Press, 1871
 

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Februs
51
His reception in Normandy 8081
57
Abbot Brand of Peterborough buys Williams
59
Analogy between the position of William and Harold
65
Vicegerency of Odo and William FitzOsbern
73
Lanfranc refuses the primacy
95
1068
100
Great part of England still unconquered
101
Position of the local Thegns and of the family
109
The Kentish outbreak help sought from Eustace
111
Help sought in foreign lands state of Germany
119
He lands at Winchelsea
125
Exclusion of Englishmen from ecclesiastical prefer
131
Later history of Æthelsige his outlawry
137
Volunteers from other districts story of Blæcman
143
His employment of English troops 149150
149
A D
152
of the hostages
155
Grants to the Norman churches and to the Church
167
421
171
Eadwine and Morkere revolt rising in the North
181
The English army disperses but a party withdraw
193
tion
199
Submission of Archill and Æthelwine
205
Comparatively favourable treatment of Lincoln
215
March
219
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220
PAGE
221
September ? Birth of the Ætheling Henry his name education
227
William sends away his mercenaries
233
The second castle built and intrusted to William Fitz
241
Swend at last sends help description of his force 247248
247
Course of the Danish fleet unsuccessful attempts
251
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259
The Danes and English take York exploits
268
The revolts put down piecemeal 275277
275
William marches northward he surprises the Danes
281
William enters York without opposition and repairs
287
Dec 25 1069 He keeps Christmas at York settlement of York
295
Submission and restoration of Waltheof and Gos
303
Position of Eadwine and Morkere
305
PAGE
310
Chester the last conquest former history of
313
Character of the resistance to William after his Coro
316
bribed by William 319320
319
Williams real legislation renewal of Eadwards
325
Deposition of Æthelmær
333
April Æthelwine sails for Köln but is driven back to Scot
337
The Legate Ermenfrid holds a synod deprivation
343
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349
Lanfranc and Thomas go to Rome for their pallia
355
pate of Ernost
369
scheme for the substitution of canons for monks 375376
375
the schism
437
Legal fictions of his reign
438
Williams disposal of ecclesiastical preferment
445
1070
451
Osbeorn at Ely the fenland for Swend
454
Departure of the Danes
461
Revolt of Eadwine and Morkere death and cha
465
William attacks the Isle presence and death
471
1073
485
Earldom of Chester under Gerbod
489
History of Odelerius his settlement at Shrewsbury
495
the son of Gruffydd
503
April 3 1071 Walcher takes possession of the see of Durham
513
November Gospatrio deprived of his Earldom his later history
522
Correspondence of Lanfranc with Irish Kings
529
February 20 French and Norman intervention in Flanders battle
535
Revolt of Maine invitation to Azo and Gersendis
545
Gersendis betrays the castle to Geoffrey the citizens
554
Williams attempts at conciliation
558
Fulk attacks La Flèche he is joined by Howel
561
complaints of the English women 564 568
565
Revolt of Ralph and Roger the Bretons support
579
Continued imprisonment of Waltheof his penitence
593
history 600601
600
Beginning of Forest Laws legislation of William 609610
609
CHAPTER XXI
616
His fiscal and other oppressions 6204622
622
Englishmen take service at Constantinople 627628
627
Williams later Continental Wars 10761086
633
Robert helped by Hugh of Neufchâtel siege
643
1083
655
death of Richer of LAigle 657659
657
Malcolm defeats Mælslæhta
663
His favourites Ligulf murdered by Gilbert
669
Autumn Roberts expedition to Scotland foundation of New
675
Christm
681
1086
689
Death of Gulbert of Hugleville
705
Death of William 711712
711
Williams monument and epitaph 721722
721
The Kings Thegns
727
401
738
N The Possessions of Count Eustace
745
T Brihtric and Matilda
761
W The Condition of Worcestershire under William
767
Unity of the Kingdom established by William
775
The Expeditions of Harolds sons
788
FF The Foundation Legend of Selby Abbey
794
HH The Churches of Jarrow and Monkwearmouth
800
PP Bishops Æthelric and Æthelwine
812
Change of feeling among the English
814
UU The Claim of Ascelin 82
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