This quantity presents a readable account of the historical past of the British Isles from the Norman Conquest of britain to the eve of the Welsh uprising opposed to Edward I in 1282. In six exact chapters, participants ponder the basic adjustments that happened in political constitution, ecclesiastical panorama, and social and financial life.

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