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misrule of Henry III extracts from the writings of Matthew Paris, Robert Grosseteste, Adam of Marsh, etc. by William Holden Hutton

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Published by Putnam in New York .
Written in English


  • Great Britain -- History -- Henry III, 1216-1272

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SeriesEnglish history from contemporary writers
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Open LibraryOL18473766M

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Henry III, king of England from to In the 24 years (–58) during which he had effective control of the government, he displayed such indifference to tradition that the barons finally forced him to agree to a series of major reforms, the Provisions of Oxford (). The elder son and. From Book 1: Young James Stewart, the heir to the throne of Scotland, is in mortal danger. His father, King Robert III, is dying, and King Robert's half-brother, the Duke of Albany, is plotting to seize power. James is forced to flee Scotland and his murderous uncle. Lucy joins Tudor carol-singers to hear a festive hit penned by Henry; experiences the rabble rousing fun and chaos created by the Lord of Misrule; and enjoys the kind of spectacular dance-based. In England, the Lord of Misrule – known in Scotland as the Abbot of Unreason and in France as the Prince des Sots – was an officer appointed by lot during Christmastide to preside over the Feast of Lord of Misrule was generally a peasant or sub-deacon appointed to be in charge of Christmas revelries, which often included drunkenness and wild partying.