Questions Designed for the Use of Those Engaged in the Study of Lyman's Historical Chart: With a Key to the Names Mentioned in the Chart and a List of Geographical Names of Ancient and Middle History with Their Corresponding Modern Names
National publishing Company, 1875 - Chronology, Historical - 125 pages
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Page 62 - ... marriage to a Boston widower with sixteen children, holds the far older significance of a broadside smiling at certain doings in Merrie England where Parliament as "the old woman" who (geographically) "lived in a shoe...
Page 113 - HENRY IV. 1610. Louis XIII. 1643. Louis XIV. 1715. Louis XV. 1774. Louis XVI. 1793.
Page 26 - They had the same badges as the kings, except the crown, and nearly the same power ; in time of war they...