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From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 481) Peer-ReviewedIN August 1587 Lord Burghley asked the bishops for advice on the remodelling of county commissions of the peace. Scambler of Norwich apologized that his information might not be correct, for which 'I desier to be...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 481) Peer-ReviewedTHE separation of the property and revenues between the abbot and convent of St Edmunds first received adequate legal protection on 16 November, 1281, the date of the royal confirmation. (1) The separation existed...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 481) Peer-ReviewedBETWEEN the fifth and the seventh centuries AD, the lands bordering the shores of the Mediterranean underwent profound social, political and cultural change, study of which has constituted one of the most fruitful areas...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 481) Peer-Reviewed'PHONY WAR' and 'Drole de guerre': two expressions in two languages used to describe the period from the outbreak of war in Europe in September 1939 to May 1940 when Germany launched its military offensive in the West....
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 481) Peer-ReviewedFOR both William Stubbs and Frederic Maitland, royal charters were among the most important components in tracing and understanding the evolution and development of the English Constitution. (1) Yet, it is well known...
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