# 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 […]

# 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 […]

# CHAPTER XXIV – ENGLAND UNDER EDWARD THE FIFTH

Charles Dickens THE late Kings eldest son, the Prince of Wales, called EDWARD after him, was only thirteen years of age at his fathers 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. […]