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CHAPTER XXXVII

Charles Dickens I HAVE now arrived at the close of my little history. The events which succeeded the famous Revolution of one thousand six hundred and eighty-eight, would neither be easily related nor easily understood in such a book as this.William and Mary reigned together, five years. After the death of his good wife, William […]

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CHAPTER XXV – ENGLAND UNDER RICHARD THE THIRD

Charles Dickens KING RICHARD THE THIRD was up betimes in the morning, and went to Westminster Hall. In the Hall was a marble seat, upon which he sat himself down between two great noblemen, and told the people that he began the new reign in that place, because the first duty of a sovereign was […]

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CHAPTER XXIV – ENGLAND UNDER EDWARD THE FIFTH

Charles Dickens THE late King`s eldest son, the Prince of Wales, called EDWARD after him, was only thirteen years of age at his father`s death. He was at Ludlow Castle with his uncle, the Earl of Rivers. The prince`s brother, the Duke of York, only eleven years of age, was in London with his mother. […]

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