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England

"England" Article - Table of Contents

SECTION I: GEOGRAPHY AND STATISTICS
Part 1. Situation. Situation and Climate. Political and Civil Divisions.
Part 2. Area and Population. Vital Statistics. Emigration.
Part 3. Division of Land. Agriculture.

Part 4. Mines and Minerals.

Part 5. Textile Manufactures. Fisheries.
Part 6. Commerce. Shipping.
Part 7. Railways. Canals and Roads.
Part 8. Post and Telegraphs.
Part 9. National Revenue and Expenditure. Taxation.
Part 10. Army and Navy.
Part 11. Religion and Education.
Part 12. Crime and Pauperism.
Part 13. Hospitals and Charitable Institutions.

Part 14. Savings and Wealth of the Population.

Part 15. Government and Laws.

SECTION II: HISTORY

Part 16. The English People. A Note on Ancient and Roman England.
Part 17. Anglo-Saxon Period: Migration and the Formation of Kingdoms (400-600).
Part 18. Anglo-Saxon Period: Heptarchy and Christianization (600-800).
Part 19. Anglo-Saxon Period: Viking Challenge and Rise of Wessex (9th Century).
Part 20. Anglo-Saxon Period: English Unification; England Under the Danes (11th Century).
Part 21. The Normans (1066-1154).
Part 22. The Early Plantagenets: Henry II; Richard I; John.

Part 23. The 13th Century: Henry III; Edward I.

Part 24. The 14th Century: Edward II; Edward III; Richard II.
Part 25. Lancaster and York: Henry IV-VI; Edward IV; Richard III.
Part 26. England and the Tudors (1): Henry VII-VIII; Edward VI; Mary I.
Part 27. England and the Tudors (2): Elizabeth I.
Part 28. The Early Stuarts and the Commonwealth: James I; Charles I; Cromwell.
Part 29. The Later Stuarts: Charles II; James II; William III and Mary II; Anne.
Part 30. 18th Century Britain, 1715-1815: George I-IIII
Part 31. Great Britain, 1815-1874: George III-IV; William IV; Queen Victoria.

SECTION III: SOVEREIGNS AND PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF STATE
Part 32. Sovereigns of England and Principal Officers of State.




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