The History of Normandy and of England: The three first dukes of Normandy: Rollo, Guillaume-Longue-Epée, and Richard-Sans-Peur. The Carlovingian line supplanted by the Capets. 1857

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J. W. Parker and son, 1857
 

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GuillaumeLongueEpées talents and failings
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HughleGrand mediates 90
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GuillaumeLongueEpée summons the Bretons
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Guillaume recovers heart
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1130 Foundation of the abbey of Mortemer
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applied to the Kingdom at large 146
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Otho reciprocates by regranting to the Papal see
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A great council convened at Noyon Hugh Capet
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LOUISDOUTREMERGUILLAUMELONGUEÉPÉE AND RICHARD HIS
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The Bretons rally round Alain and an English fleet
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HughleGrand supported by Louis acquires Langres 184
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Royal prerogatives their subsisting importance 186
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thereby founding the County of Champagne 192
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on Herlouins behalf
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Othos difficulties
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Birth of Lothaire eldest child of Louis and Gerberga
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Desolation of Jumièges
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GuillaumeLongueEpée fancies he will become
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GuillaumeLongueEpée attends but not till
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Arnouls deceit
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GuillaumeLongueEpée interred in Rouen Cathedral
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of Normandy 356
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Probability that they were influenced by the prospect
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il
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Arnoul excites Louis against Richard
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944_945 Arnoul proposes an alliance between France
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HughleGrand besieges Bayeux 429
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They oppose the measure as detrimental to the gene
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Bernard organises his plans for opposing Louis 461
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King Charles released from prison by Herbert
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Nor to be released till he has renounced all his pre
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and France
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him 510
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II
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by Normandy
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though gaining ground in public opinion 525
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PAGE A D
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Individuality of the Human soul the foundation
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Duel commanded by Otho for the purpose of decid
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Otho determines to conquer Italy and win Ade
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homage to Othofall of the great aerolithe 651
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Cunning conduct of the Magyars
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Berenger attacks Albert Azzo
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French affairs resumed Death of Louis Ger
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rearm
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HughleGrand cleverly gives the hint to Richards
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Death of ArnoulleVieux and full accession
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Lothaires accession ignored by Richard
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against Richard 723
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Alterations in the maritime and littoral geography
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910_911 Disturbed state of Germany
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Thibaut excites Lothaire to assert his rights
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Richards reprisals he invades and ravages
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larly in the Pays Chartrain
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Splendid preparations made by Richard for the
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Human societies and individuals governed by
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The Lotharingians adhere to the Carlovingian
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Adalbero obtains the vacant See of Rheims upon
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Allodiality decaying under the influence of Hughle
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Lothaire repudiates the Lotharingian lady 804
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The younger Otho holds his Court at Verona he
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Othos death
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Richards enemies seek assistance from Archbishop
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The Sovereigns respectively return to their own
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captures Verdun
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Nobles to Hugb Capet and Adalbero
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Hugh requires that the succession should be secured
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Hugh and Robert open the second campaign
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Complicated plot whereby he puts Charles in posses
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Death of Otho III extinction of the Saxon line
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Accession of Henry the Fowler
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