IV CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV.
The Regency.Joanna and Durazzo.Invasion of
Italy.French Claims to Naples.Burgundy in the
Regency.Insurrection in Paris.Marriageof Charles.
He would invade England.Collapse of the Project.
The King becomes Insane.Fiery Nuptials.Fac-
tions of Burgundy and Orleans.Resort to Assassina-
tion.Acquittal of Burgundy.The Armagnacs.
House of Lancaster in England.Battle of Agincourt.
Question of the French Succession.Riot in Paris.
Reign of Treachery.Henry V. Regent of France.
Henry VI. inherits Two Crowns.The Dauphin pro-
claimed.Siege of Orleans begun.Battle of the Her-
rings.The Girl of Dornremy appears.Her Mission.
Inspiration of the Soldiers.Coronation of Charles.
Subsequent Career of Joan.Her Execution.Quarrel
of the English and Burgundians.Charles VII. in Paris.
Prince Louis.Affairs in the East.Accession of
Louis XLHe renounces Burgundy.Charles the
Bold.Expiring Struggle of Feudalism.Insurrection
in Flanders.Louis imprisoned.Peronne!War in
Picardy.St. Pol.Edward IV. invades France.
Aggression of Charles the Bold.His Death.Revolt
of Ghent.Duchess Mary.Her Daughter betrothed
to the Dauphin.Last Days of Louis XI.The French
King and the French People.-Quotations from Guizot,
CHAPTERXCVI.GERMANY IN FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH CENTURIES.
The Interregnum.Broken Condition of Germany.
Rudolph of Hapsburg.His War with Ottocar.
Policy of Rudolph.The National Peace.The Ban-
ditti suppressed.The Election of Albert as Emperor.
His Policy.Break of the Empire with Rome.Mur-
der of Albert.Vengeance of the Empress.Election of
Henry VII.Trouble with the Free Cities.War with
Italy.Colonna and Orsini.Death of the Emperor.
Civil War in Germany.Morgarten.Muhldorf.
Louis of Bavaria.His Opponents.Louis crowned at
Rome.His Superstition.Philip VI. claims the Em-
pire.League of England and Germany.The Black
Death.Policy of the German Electors.Charles IV.
He founds the University of Prague.Sells Italy.
Diet of Metz.The Golden Bull.The Papacy returns
to Rome.Charles IV. and the Succession.Hanseatic
League.Wenceslaus.Leopold and the Swiss.The
Pass ofSempach.Story ofWinkelreid.The Suabian
Cities overthrown.Character of Wenceslaus.Rupert
chosen Emperor.He is defeated.The League of
Marbach.The Teutonic Knights and Poles.Impe-
rial Disintegration.Election of Sigismund.Religious
Uprising of the Bohemians.Appearance of Huss and
Jerome.Schism in the University.Huss excommu-
nicated.He is expelled.A Council called.The As-
sembly at Constance.Method of Proceeding.New
Pope elected.Condemnation of Huss.He is burned.
Jerome also.Adjournment of the Council.Found-
ing of Hohenzollern.Insurrection in Prague.Calix-
tines and Taborites.John Ziska.Victory of th(
Insurgents.Reign of License.The Imperial Armici
marshaled. Ziska Triumphant. His Death.'Th<
Popular Cause under Fanaticism.Council of Basel.
End of the Great Insurrection.Death of Sigismund.
Albert II.Frederick III.The Church would reform
Herself..ZEneas Sylvius.Troubles in Switzerland.
Battle of St. James.Albert Achilles.Hunniades anc
Corvinus.Feudalism in Germany.Overthrow of th(
Teutonic Knights.Frederick and Charles the Bold.
Battle of Granson.Affair in Flanders.Humiliatior
of Frederick.Who shall have Anna of Brittany?
Dawn of the Modern Era.Invention of Printing
Gutenburg and Faust.Spread of the Invention,
CHAPTER XCVII.ENGLAND IN FOUR- TEENTH AND FIFTEENTH CENTURIES.
Accession of Edward 1.Career of Wallace.Th<
Younger Bruce.Work of Gaveston.Battle of Ban-
nockburn.-Hugh Spencer.Relations of England and
France.Mortimer and the Queen.Deposition oi
King Edward.Series of Crimes.Humbling of Bruce
Complication.End of Mortimer.Edward's War witi-
Scotland.He invades France.The Black Prince ir
Normandy.Battle of Crecy.Siege of Calais.Stor^
of the Burghers.Capture of Bruce.The Black Death
Renewal of the War with France.-Battle of Poitiers
Capture of John.Distractions of the French Re-
gency.Liberation of John.His Return to Captivity,
Affairs of Spain.Death of the Black Prince.Ris<
of the English Tongue.Reign of Richard II.Wat
Tyier's Insurrection.Death of the Insurgent.Weak-
ness of the King.John of Gaunt covets the Crown oi
Castile.Conspiracy against Richard II.Battle oi
Otterburn.Taking off of Gloucester.Bolingbrok(
and Norfolk.Henry of Lancaster in Rebellion.H<
takes the Throne.Wickliffe and his Work.Chaucci
and Gower.The Plantagenet Family Complication.
Rebellion against Henry IV.Northumberland anc
Douglas.Battle of Shrewsbury.End of Glendower
Affair of Skipton Moor.Battle of Bramham Moor
The Stuart Dynasty in Scotland.Captivity ofPrinc<
James.Griefs of Henry IV.The Valiant HalHi
becomes King.The Lollard Heresy.Burning as ar
Argument.Henry V. reforms Himself.Fall of Cob-
ham.Henry claims France.Agincourt.Factions o
Orleans and Burgundy.Preparations for an Englisi
Succession.Ca^iarine's Son in Paris.The Reaction
Policy of Henry V.Accession of Charles VII.Sieg<
of Orleans.Joan of Arc.The French King trium
phant.Reign of Henry VI.Beaufort and Gloucester
The Latter murdered.The Duke of York deposed