The Reign of King Henry VI: The Exercise of Royal Authority, 1422-1461

Front Cover
University of California Press, Jan 1, 1981 - History - 968 pages
1 Review
  

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - john257hopper - LibraryThing

Having just passed the half way point, I have stopped reading this book for the moment, as it is taking up too much valuable reading time. It is an immensely detailed (900 pages) academic study of ... Read full review

Contents

The Kings Accession
11
The Kings Councillors
28
The King and his Household
51
Clients Patrons and Politics 14221429
68
Clients Patrons and Politics 14291436
94
Financial Resources
107
Lawlessness and Violence
128
Frontiers and Foreigners
154
Scotland Ireland and the Defence of the Realm
402
The Fall of Lancastrian France I
443
The Fall of Lancastrian France II
482
The Aliens in the Realm
551
Lawlessness and Aristocratic Violence
562
Cades Rebellion 1450
610
The Political Education of Richard Duke of York
666
Yorks Opportunity 14531456
715

England and the French Realm
178
Propaganda and the Dual Monarchy
217
The King and his Queen
231
King Henry and his Council
275
The Kings Court and Household
295
The Kings Patronage and the Royal Household
329
In Search of Money
376
The Royalist Reaction 14561460
772
Lancastrian King and Yorkist Rule 14601461
854
The Destruction of a Dynasty
885
Genealogical Tables
896
List of Authorities
907
Index
934
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information