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The growth of Parliament and the war with Scotland, 1216-1307.

Robieson, William Dunkeld Sir.

The growth of Parliament and the war with Scotland, 1216-1307.

by Robieson, William Dunkeld Sir.

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Published by G. Bell in London .
Written in English


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SeriesBell"s English history source books
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Open LibraryOL22830823M

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Vol. IV, The Growth of Parliament and the War with Scotland (). Vol. V, War and Misrule (). Vol. VI, York and Lancaster (). Vol.

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Edited by W. D. ROBIESON, M.A. —Memoirs of the War carried on in Scotland and Ireland, when the new Parliament was called. I have thrown together some observations on this session of Parliament in another Manuscript book, so shall say little here.

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