The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. - From George III. to Victoria

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Title: The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.  From George III. to Victoria Author: E. Farr and E. H. Nolan Release Date: September 8, 2006 [EBook #19218] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HISTORY OF ENGLAND *** ***
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THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND
BY DAVID HUME, ESQ.
Volume Three of Three
1688
London: James S. Virtue, City Road and Ivy Lane New York: 26 John Street 1860
In Three Volumes:
VOLUME ONE: The History Of England From The Invasion Of Julius Cæsar To The End Of The Reign Of James The Second............ By David Hume, Esq.
VOLUME TWO: Continued from the Reign of William and Mary to the Death of George II........................................... by Tobias Smollett.
VOLUME THREE: From the Accession of George III. to the Twenty-Third Year of the Reign of Queen Victoria............... by E. Farr and E.H. Nolan.
VOLUME THREE
CONTINUATION
OF
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
BY E. H. NOLAN
   George III.       George IV.       William IV.       Victoria.    
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GEORGE III.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
Contents
GEORGE IV.
CHAPTER XXXII.
CHAPTER XXXIII.
CHAPTER XXXIV
CHAPTER XXXV.
CHAPTER XXXVI.
VICTORIA.
CHAPTER XL
CHAPTER XLVIII.
CHAPTER XLIX.
CHAPTER XLIX.
CHAPTER L.
CHAPTER L.
CHAPTER LI.
CHAPTER LI.
CHAPTER LII.
CHAPTER LII.
CHAPTER VI. CHAPTER XXXVII. CHAPTER LIII. CHAPTER VII. CHAPTER XXXVIII. CHAPTER LIV. CHAPTER VIII. CHAPTER XXXIX. CHAPTER LV. CHAPTER IX. CHAPTER XL. CHAPTER LVI. CHAPTER X.  CHAPTER LVII. CHAPTER XI. WILLIAM IV. CHAPTER LVIII. CHAPTER XII. CHAPTER XL. (Cont.)    CHAPTER LIX. CHAPTER XIII. CHAPTER XLI. CHAPTER LX. CHAPTER XIV. CHAPTER XLII. CHAPTER LXI. CHAPTER XV. CHAPTER XLIII. CHAPTER LXII. CHAPTER XVI. CHAPTER XLIV. CHAPTER LXIII. CHAPTER XVII. CHAPTER XLV. CHAPTER LXIV. CHAPTER XVIII. CHAPTER XLVI. CHAPTER LXV. CHAPTER XIX. CHAPTER XLVII. CHAPTER LXVI. CHAPTER XX. CHAPTER LXVII.  CHAPTER XXI. CHAPTER LXVIII.  CHAPTER XXII. CHAPTER LXIX.  CHAPTER XXIII. CHAPTER LXX.  CHAPTER XXIV.   CHAPTER XXV.   CHAPTER XXVI.   CHAPTER XXVII.   CHAPTER XXVIII.      CHAPTER XXIX.   CHAPTER XXX.   CHAPTER XXXI.   
Queen Victoria Titlepage
List of Illustrations
Queen Victoria Portrait of George IV.
George III. Queen Victoria Battle of Bunker's Hill Bristol from Rowhnam Ferry Ticonderoga Queen Victoria General Burgoyne Addressing the Indians Coronation Chair Death of Chatham Holyrood Palace Portrait of Lord Rodney The Grass Market British Surrendering to General Washington Edinborough    The Duke of Wellington. Siege of Gibralter Southampton Portrait of Lord Nelson Battle of Alma Yarmouth: Nelson's Monument Battle of Inkerman Portrait of Charles James Fox Bombardment of Sweaborg Plain of Waterloo  
   George III.       George IV.       William IV.       Victoria.    
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