Illustrated English Social History - Vol. 1

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INDEX
ABBEY lands, secularization of, 103-5
Abingdon, 45
Agincourt, battle of, 3, 53, 54n., 116, 121
Agrarian discontent, 112et seq.
Agricultural labourer, 58-9 and n.; Northern counties, 17
Agriculture: mediaeval, 4-6, 22, 30n., 58; free land market, 58; openfield cultivation, 4-5, 88, 110; enclosure, 5, 88, 109-11, 113, 129; agrarian discontent, 111et seq.; subsistence agriculture, 111; improvement in, 22
Alcock, John, Bishop of Ely, 69
Ale and Beer, 86; 'Church ales,' 86
Alnwick Castle, 17
American foodstuffs imports, 111
Anglicanism, 120
Anselm, 38
Anticlericalism: Wycliffe's influence, 2; in reign of Henry VIII, 96-100; in London, 97-100; printing press and spread of, 97
Anti-Semitism, 30
Antwerp, 128
Apprentices, 35-6; of London, 80-1
Apprenticeship of younger sons, 72, 81 118, 119
Archangel, 129
Archery, 3, 17and n., 84, 121; the English archers, 3, 17, and n., Hugh Latimer on, 17, and n., 84
Architecture: Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, 18, 53, 74, 124; Gothic, 124; Early Tudor, 124; Italianate, 124; Elizabethan, 123; Ecclesiastical, 47, 53
Aristocracy: Tudor, 118
Armada, Spanish, the, 122
Army: English attitude to, in Tudor times, 116-7; development, 121
Artillery, 19, 31, 54n,121.
Arundell, Sir Thomas, 100n.
Ascham, Roger, 76n., 109
Austen, Jane, 64
BACON, Sir Francis, 109, 118, 119
Bacon, Sir Nicholas, 109, 118, 119
Bacon, Roger, 49
Bailiff's Daughter of Islington, 64
Baker, William, artist, 67
Ball, John, 2, 12, 13, 41
Ballads, 64, 76; Border Ballads, 17
Banking Trade, 32-3
Barons' War, 44
Beaufort, Cardinal, 57n.
Becket, Thomas a, 7, 38
Bedlam Hospital, 108n.
Beds and Bedding, 122
Beggars, 104-7, 112. SeeSturdy beggars
Belsay Castle, 17
Berkeley, Lord, 22
Berkhamsted, 94
Betson, Thomas, 83
Bible, the, 2, 42, 76, 79, 85, 89, 92, 95, 120-1; reading of, and religion, 120
Bills, assignment of, 30
Birds, 21
Birth rate, the, 112
Bishops, the: as King's Servants under Normans, 39; in Chaucer's time, 38-40; system of appointment of, 39; in Fifteenth Century, 70; under Henry VIII, 89
Black, Death, the 8, 10, 35, 45, 47, 58, 112
Black Prince, the 18, 94
Boccaccio's Decameron, 30
Bonner, Bishop, 99
Books and reading, 75-7
Border Ballads, 17
Border Country, the, 17
Bosworth Field, 54, 88, 89, 91
Boy Bishop, ceremony of, 86
Brews, Margery, 63
Brick, Bricks, 19, 53n., 75, 123
Bristol, 53
Broadcloth, 34
Browning, Robert, 66
Bruges, 80
Buckingham, Duke of: attainder of, 117

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