The History of Normandy and of England: The three first dukes of Normandy: Rollo, Guillaume-Longue-Epée, and Richard-Sans-Peur. Richard Le-Bon. Richard III. Robert Le-Diable. William the Conqueror. 1864

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Charles retreats beyond the Meuse
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Penances imposed by the Church upon both parties
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Charles entrapped and imprisoned Ogiva escapes to England with the child Louis 48 48
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Battle of MontChains between the Bnrgundians
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Chapter II
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Biulph at the head of the Danish party 7274
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Connection between the antagonistic parties
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King Charles released from prison by Herbert
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Further invasions of the Danes 94
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The Channel Islands also 104
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Social and political position of GuillaumeLongue
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Their rebellion under Count Kiulph 116
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GuillaumeLongueEpees terror 117
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Guillaume becomes Baouls liegeman and receives
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GuillaumeTetedEtoupe Count of Poitiers
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This marriage childless
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Adherence of the French to Monarchy as a principle 145
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Celtic and Aquitanian Gaul vote for HughleGrand 152
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GuillaumeLongueEpde also
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HughleGrand demands that Louis shall obey
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A great council convened at Noyon Hugh Capet
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LOUISDOUTREMERGUIIiAUMELONGUEEPEE AND RICHARD HIS
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GuillaumeLongueEpee restores Vannes to Alain
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Difficulty of defining the rights of the Burgundian
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Defection of GuillaumeLongueEpee who joins
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Accession of Otho upon his fathers deathhis solemn
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Sympathy of the Lotharingians with the Carlovingian
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G ilbert the Bold Swimmer unites with the Porphy
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Guillaume performs homage to Louis at Amiens
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Otho enters France he is met by Hugh and Herbert
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Birth of Lothaire eldest child of Louis and Gerberga
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Nor to be released till he has renounced all his pre
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Confused account of GuillaumeLongueEpee having
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Utility of monastic establishments during the middle
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HughleGrands views upon the Evrecin
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Strength of the Danish party and the Bessin 276
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_ Selfexamination
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Council of Attigny Guillaume summoned thereto 298
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His corpse removed to Rouen the key of the silver
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Hereditary right requiring the peoples ratification
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GuillaumeLongueEpees memory dear to
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Apparent but unreal gain to Louis upon Herberts
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HughleGrands territorial command of Normandy
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Their present preponderance
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Other Normans become the men of HughleGrand
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Importance of this battle 354
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Lnjudicious concessions made by the Regency
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Nevertheless the Normans detain him as a prisoner
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Louis proposes to remove Richard to Lafin
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Pharmaceutical duel between the Neapolitan
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Louis moves towards the South and enforces his
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Benewed quarrel between Otho King of Germany
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Louis places Osmond and Richard under arrest 404
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Richard declines in health 410
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Concealment of this perversion by the Norman his
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Bernard places Richard under HughleGrands pro
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BejnarddeSenlis and Bernard the Dane agree upon
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Otho unable to assist
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Richard returns to Rouen a ducal Monarch
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Richards favourites and friends
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1108 Coronation of LouisleGros by the Archbishop of Sens
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Richards triumphant position 611
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HughleGrand his political situation how affected
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The two Bernards the Bernard of Senlis
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BernarddeSenlis accepts the proposition on behalf
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Eichard founds the Norman Baronage 634
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Arnouls exertions to effect the coalition between
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Adalbero Archbishop Hughs rival restored but
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He suspects Arnouls sincerity 558
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Othos bitterness against the Normans 663
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The allies station themselves before Rouen 670
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Rejoicings of the inhabitants when they ascertain
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Importance of Rheims
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Moral vigour of Louis
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Raoul the father of Richer devises a stratagem
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Louis causes his son Lothaire to be designated as King
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Individuality of the Human soul the foundation
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Political divisions of ItalyLombardyRome
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The Ottelini his coinage
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Otho and Louis attempt Laon but unsuccessfully
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Othos family confederate against him 655
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Germans recover the Edelings corpse 568
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Unprecedented introduction of the Lotharingian
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Lothaire and HughleGrand invest Poitiers
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Hughs death and burial
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Delay of the marriage between the betrothed Bichard
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Death of ArnoulleVieux and full accession
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Meeting between Gerberga and Bruno at Aixla
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His moral and physical portraiture anticipated
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Magnanimitya lost virtue 720
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Confederacy between Lothaire Gerberga Otho
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Richard summoned by Lothaire to perform homage
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Lothaires troops cross the Eaulne
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Normans not fully brought into the Christian com
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Gerbert when Archbishop of Rheinis requests
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Adalbero obtains the vacant See of Rheims upon
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Encreased stringency of feudality
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Lothaire repudiates the Lotharingian lady 804
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Wisdom of Othos government
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Nicephorus Phocas married to Theophania she
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Othos dying day at Memleben 823
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Unhappy position of Charles Lothaires brother 830
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Bishop Asceline and Emma accused of adultery
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Opinions of the Greeks as to their superiority over
838
Hugh Capet shuts himself up in Paris
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Archbishop Adalbero and Richard of Normandy
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They advise him to detach Otho from Lothaire
850
Great disturbances consequent upon Hughs return
856
Lothairos unsuccessful attempt to reign in Lorraine
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Hugh requires that the succession should be secured
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Charles makes preparations for defence but Asce
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Decree of election by the bishops and clergy
886
Asceline submits to a singular adjuration
892
Bernard and the Normans determine to detain Louis
893
Death of Theophania and of Adelaide
898

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