Cool Maplewood

August 26, 2014

Toward a More Tranquil Standpoint

Based on responses by Eric McCormack in “Hot Hollywood,” US (14 July 2014) 6. His words appear in bold with statements completed as I would respond in following the setup.

  1. I’m happiest when I finish something to my satisfaction.
  2. especially if the project is a worthy one.
  3. I’ve always wanted to be able to sing on tune.
  4. My family and I have persisted in our differences.
  5. I was a terrible math student and had no business taking calculus.
  6. My first job at age 9, for which I was paid, was delivering newspapers.
  7. I could probably eat the same menu in weekly rotation.
  8. I stole a lot from reading history.
  9. I was born (2 May 1940) on the same day in history as Czarina Catherine II (1729), Manfred von Richthofen (1892), and Dr. Benjamin Spock (1903).
  10. My all-time favorite film is Slaves of New York.
  11. And I do not care for anti-heroes.
  12. I’m still mad at no one: what’s the point?
  13. I met my wife over a 4-member post theater conversation and then three years later through a mutual friend in her dramatic production class.
  14. I knew I wanted to be a historian from reading histories and historical novels.
  15. I’m not afraid to mix imagination and reality.
  16. I make the best smoothies from half a banana, applesauce, Greek yogurt, cranrasberry-orange juice, and either strawberries, a nectarine, or some kind of flavorful jam, especially if rhubarb.
  17. I have almost no athletic skills, but I bicycle in good weather and enjoy walking or other physical exercise.
  18. I never cry at the end of a book – except once, I think – and now I cannot recall the author or title.
  19. I’m a U.S. citizen who has only been out of the country to Canada.
  20. I spent five years with party politics before I realized how hard it was to get citizens to do their democratic part.
  21. I wish my folks would have lived to tell me more about their pasts.
  22. At 5, I was deeply in love with Ferdinand the Bull by Munro Leaf.
  23. I believe that if everyone had the good of others in mind, we could throw our weapons away.
  24. I can’t stand anything foolish, stupid, or derogatory, but I manage to keep on breathing.
  25. Whenever Game of Thrones is on, I’ll watch it.

This entry parallels Roger Sween Revealed and What I Learned, both linked from the MY TYPE page.

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Copyright © 2014 by Roger D. Sween

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Classification DA

August 8, 2014

DA1-DA995 Britain and the Isles

DA10-DA18.2/British Empire & Commonwealth                 DA26-DA690/England          DA700-DA745/Wales               DA750-DA890/Scotland          DA900/DA995/Ireland

DA3.P57A3 1989   Plumb, John Harold, Sir, 1911-2001. The making of a historian: the collected essays of…  University of Georgia Press, 1989.  408p.  Bibliography in Appendices p.377-401.  #5158  6.40

DA16.C47h v.1 1991   Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874-1965.  The birth of Britain.  Dodd, Mead, 1961 c1956.  521p..  Index.  (History of the English-speaking peoples: v.1).  #5218  .55

DA16.C47h v.2 1956   Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874-1965.  The new world.  Dodd, Mead & Company, c1956.  xi, 433p., maps, genealogy.  (A History of the English-speaking Peoples: v.2).  Contents: IV. Renaissance & Reformation.  V. The Civil War.  VI. The Restoration.  #11698  2.15

DA16.C47h v.3 1974   Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874-1965.  The age of revolution.  Cassell, 1974 c1957.  334p., maps.  Index.  (History of the English-speaking peoples: v.3).  #5209  .30

DA16.C47h v.4 1974   Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874-1965.  The great democracies.  Bantam Books, 1974 c1958.  xii, 320p., maps.  Index.  DA16.C47h v.3 1974   Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874-1965.  (History of the English-speaking peoples: v.4).  #9750  .55

DA16.F47 2004   Ferguson, Niall, 1964-        Empire: the rise and demise of he British world order and the lessons of global power. Basic Books, 2004 c2002. xxviii, 351p. illus: engravings, photos. Acknowledgements p.319-321. Illustration Acknowledgements p.321-322. Bibliography p.323-335. Index.  #14311 .80

DA16.M595 v.1 1980   Morris, Jan, 1926-        Heaven’s command: an imperial progress.  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich/A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book: A Harvest/HBJ Book, 1980 c1973.  554p., photos, engravings.  Index.  (Pax Britannica trilogy, 1).  #9839  1.05

DA16.M595. v.2 1981   Morris, Jan, 1926-        Pax Britannica: the climax of an empire.  Penguin Books, 1981 c1968.  544p.  Acknowledgements p.524-527.  (Pax Britannica trilogy, 2).  Index.  #9840  1.05

DA16.M595. v.3 1980   Morris, Jan, 1926-        Farewell the trumpets: an imperial retreat.  Harcourt Brace & Co./A Helen & Kurt Wolf Book: A Harvest Book, 1980 c1978.  576p.   (Pax Britannica trilogy, 1).  Books About the Empire p.561-564.  Index.  #9841  1.05

DA27.R98 v.1 1966   Rowse, Alfred Leslie, 1903-2997. The England of Elizabeth: the structure of society.  The Macmillan Company, 1951 c1950.  xvi, 547p., portraits.  (The Elizabethan age, v.1).  Index.    #13255  .25

DA28.W45 v.3 1991 Ref   Hicks, Michael (A.) 1948-      Who’s who in late medieval England (1272-1485). Sheparda Walwyn c1991. xxvi, 382p. portraits, chronology. (Who’s Who in British History, v.3). Bibliography at ends of entries. List of Illustrations p.xv-xvi. List of Principal Events p.xvii-xxi. Genealogical Tables p.xxiii-xxv. Bibliographical Note p.371-372. Glossary p.373-376. Index. #15880 5.35

DA28.1.A86 2000 Ref   Ashley, Michael.  British kings & Queens: the complete biographical encyclopedia of the Kings & Queens of Great Britain.  Barnes & Noble Books, 2000 c1998; 1st pub. as The mammoth book of British kings & queens.  xiv, 808, [xvi]p., black & white illus., maps, genealogies, tables.  Index.  #12307  10.65

DA28.1.H83 1978   Hudson, Mildred E., 1902-1961, and Clark, Mary.  Crown of a thousand years: a millenium of British history presented as a pageant of kings and queens.  Crown Publishers, Inc., c1978.  151p., color portraits.   #13332  1.05

DA28.2.L6 1977 Ref   Lofts, Norah (Robinson) 1904-1983. Queens of England. Doubleday & Company, Inc. c1977. 192p. illus (part color). List of Illustrations [in Contents] p.5-8.  #13914 .55

DA30.H652 v.2 1976   Smith, Lacey Baldwin, 1922-2013. This ream of England, 1399 to 1688.  3d ed.  D.C. Heath and Company, c1976; 1st published c1966.  xi, 332p., black & white illustrations, drawings, maps on endpapers. (A history of England, v.2). Bibliography p.307-319.  Index.  #10607 1.05

DA30.L96 1956   Lunt, W(illiam) E(dward).  History of England. 4th ed. Harper & Brothers, 1956.  980p., maps.  Chronological Tables, p.894-896.  Further Readings, p.897-964.  Index.  #159

DA30.N67 v.5 1966   Hill, (John Edward) Christopher, 1912-2003. The century of revolution, 1603-1714. W. W. Norton & Company, Inc: The Norton Library, 1966 c1961. xii, 340p., illus. (The Norton Library History of England; 5), List of Abbreviations p.x. List of Plates p.xi. Appendices p.315-321. Books for Further Reading p.322-326. Index.  #15906 .50

 DA30.P4 v.6 1958   Ashley, Maurice (Percy) 1907-1994. England in the seventeenth century. 2d ed. Penguin Books, 1958 c1954; 1st published 1952. 256p. (The Pelican History of England, 6).   Bibliography p.251-253. Index.  #163 .85

DA30.P4 v.6 1990   Kenyon, J(ohn) P(hillipps) 1927-1993. Stuart England [1602-1714]. 2nd ed.  Penguin Books, 1990 c1985; 1st published 1978.  383p.  Bibliography p.356-371.  Index.  #10858  2.85

DA480.P4 v.7 1959   Plumb, John. Harold, Sir, 1911-2001. England in the eighteenth century (1714-1815).  Penguin Books, 1959 c1950. 224p. (The Pelican History of England, 7). Further Reading p.215-218. Index  #169 .95

DA30.P4 v.8 1959   Thomson, David, 1912-1970. England in the ninenteenth century (1815-1914).  Penguin Books, 1959 c1950. 251p. (The Pelican History of England History, 8). Index.  #170 .95

DA30.P5 v.9 1965   Thomson, David, 1912-1970. England in the twentieth-century (1914-1963).  Penguin Books, 1965. xi, 304p. (The Pelican History of England, 9). Ministries p.289-291. A Note on Books p.292-295. Index.  #9375 .95

DA32.T749 v.1 1954  Trevelyan, George Monkton, 1876-1972.  From the earliest times to the Reformation.  3d. ed., reissue with corrections.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1954 of 1952 c1945.  360p., bibliographic notes.  Index.  (History of England:  v.1).   #160  .85

DA32.T749 v.2 1956   Trevelyan, George Monkton 1876-1972.  The Tudors and the Stuart era.  3d ed., reissue with corrections.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1956 of 1952 c1945.  320p., bibliographic notes.  Index.  (History of England:  v.2).   #161  .95

DA32.T749 v.3 1956   Trevelyan, George Monkton 1876-1972.  From Utrecht to modern times.   The industrial revolution and the transition to democracy. 3d ed. Doubleday: Anchor, 1956 of 1952 c1945.  319p., bibliographic notes.  Index.  (History of England:  v.3).   #162  .95

DA50.S47 1999   Seymour, William. Battles in Britain and their political legacy, 1066-1746. Wordsworth Editions, 1999 c1997.  2v. in 1 (232,232p.) photos, drawins, maps. (Wordsworth Military Library). Bibliographies at ends of volumes. Indexes.  #14082 6.90

DA110.B89 1984   Bryant, Arthur (Wynne Morgan) Sir, 1889-1985. Set in a silver sea: a history of Britain and the British people.  Morrow, 1984.  470p., illus., maps,  Book List p.443-446.  Indexes.  #552 3.79

DA110.M5 1987   Mitford, Mary Russell, 1787-1855. Our village. Illustrated edition.  Original illustrations by Shirley Felts.  Prentice Hall, 1987 c1986.  223p., color. illus.  #553  5.70

DA130.Q4 1959   Quennell, Marjorie, 1884-1972. With C. H. B. Quennell.  Everyday life in Roman and Anglo-Saxon times, including Viking and Norman times.  Dorset Press, 1959.  236p., illus.  Chronology p.222-228.  Index.  #554  7.95

DA135.W83 1987   Wood, Michael (David) 1948-      In search of the dark ages.  Facts on File Press, 1987.  250p., illus., photos, maps, Book List p.243- 244.  Index.  #555  1.96

DA140.G353 1988   Geoffrey of Monmouth, c.1100-1155.  History of the kings of Britain.  Translated. with an introduction by Lewis Thorpe.  Penguin Books, 1988 c1966.  373p., time chart p.284-288.  Index.  #556 5.68

DA145.W123 1981   Wacher, John. The coming of Rome. Granada: A Paladin Book, 1981 c1979. 255p., photos, drawings, maps. (Britain Before the Conquest). Acknowledgements p.6-7. The Best of Early Roman Britain p.239-242. Further Reading p.243-247. Index.  #13420 2.12

DA150.A6 1998   The Anglo-Saxon chronicle.  Translated and edited by M. J. Swanton.  Toutledge, 1998 c1996.  xxxvi, 364p., plates, maps, genealogies.  Note on the Texts and Abbreviations p.xxxvi.  Bibliography p.303-328.  Index.  #10088  14.55

DA152.A5   Airne, C. W.  The story of Saxon and Norman Britain told in picures: over 460 illustrations…  Thomas Hope & Sankey Hudson, n.d.  63p., drawings, plans.  #164  .35

DA152.A7 1978   Alcock, Leslie, 1925-2006. Arthur’s Britain: history and archaeology, A.D. 367-634.  Penguin Books, 1978 c1971.  xvii, 415p., map, photos, drawings, diagrams.  Bibliography and References p.365-386.  Index.  #9665  3.20

DA152.5.A7A79 1975   Ashe, Geoffrey (Thomas Leslie) 1923-      Camelot and the vision of Albion. Ganada Publishsing Ltd.: Panther, 1975 c1971. 269p. Index.  10045 2.70

DA152.5.A7G66 1989   Goodrich, Norma Lorre, 1917-2006. King Arthur.  Harper & Row: Perennial Library, 1989 c1986.  ix, 406p., map, genealogies.  Appendices: 1, Ancient Sources: King Arthur p.337-338.  2, Major Arthurian Texts of the High Middle Ages p.331-340.  3, Major Arthurian Texts of the Late English Middle Ages p.341.  4, Geoffrey of Monmouth p.342-344.  5, Medieval Chronicles and Chroniclers p.345.  6, Antecedents and Contemporaies of King Arthur p.346-348.  Chronology p.358-362.  Bibliography p.369-394.  Index.  #9819  18.20

DA153.A8213 1983   Alfred the Great: Asser’s Life of King Alfred and other contemporary sources.  Translated with an introduction and notes by Simon Keynes and Micahel Lapidge.  Penguin Books, c1983.  368p., maps, genalogies.  Note on Further Reading p.342-344.  References p.345-349.  Index.  #9909  5.35

DA153.D85 1956   Duckett, Eleanor Shipley, 1880-1976. Alfred the Great.  University of Chicago Press: Phoenix Books, 1956.  221p., Brief List of Books p.208-215.  Index.  #165  1.35

DA185.C865 1974   Coulton, George Coulton, 1858-1947. Medieval panorama: the English scene from conquest to reformation.  Norton: the Norton Library, 1974; 1st published 1938.  801p., drawings.  Notes p.735-760.  #1726  4.28

DA195.H69 1993   Howarth, David Armine, 1912-1991. 1066: the year of the conquest.  Illustrations and chapter headings by Gareth Floyd.  Barnes & Noble, 1993 c1977.  207p., drawings, maps.  Sources, Acknowledgements p.202.  Index.   #11627r  3.45

DA205.C6 1962   Costain, Thomas Bertram, 1885-1965. Conquering family.  Popular Library, 1962; 1st published as The Conquerors, c1949.  352p..  Index.  (his The Pageant of England: v.1)  #1171  2.10

DA209.E6K4 1957   Kelly, Amy.  Eleanor of Aquitane and the four kings. Vintage Books, 1957 c1950.  521p..  Bibliography p.512-521.  Index.  #166  1.25

DA209.E6M4 1991   Meade, Marion, 1934-       Eleanor of Aquitane: a biography.  Penguin Books, 1991 c1977.  xiii, 389p., black & white illustrations, map, genealogy.  Bibliogrpahy p.375-382.  Index.  #11718  gift

DA209.E6W45 2001   Weir, Alison, 1951-      Eleanor of Aquitane: a life.  Ballantine Books, 2001 c1999.  xxi, 441p., black & white photos & illus., maps, genealogy.  Notes on the Chief Sources p.347-353.  Bibliography p.355-373.  Index.  A Reader’s Guide [viiip. appended].  #10955  15.90

DA209.P413D82 1986   Duby, Georges, 1919-1996. William Marshall: the flower of chivalry.  Translated from the French by Richard Howard.  Pantheon Books, 1986 c1985.  155p..  Bibliography p.154-155.  #1072  2.13

DA227.C78 1951   Costain, Thomas Bertram 1885-1965.  The magnificent century.  Popular Library, 1951.  383p..  Index.  (his The Pageant of England: v.2).  #5173  2.20

DA229.C6 1962  Costain, Thomas Bertram 1885-1965.  The three Edwards.  Doubleday, c1962.  472p..  Index.    (his The Pageant of England: v.3)  #1196  .25

DA245.C6 1962   Costain, Thomas Bertram 1885-1965.  The last Plantagents.  Popular Library, 1962.  447p..  Index.    (his The Pageant of England: v.4)  #1172. 1.85

DA250.R76 1989  Ross, Charles (Derek) 1924-1986. The Wars of the Roses: a concise history with 126 illustrations.  Thames & Hudson, 1989 c1976.  190p., illus., geneal..  Bibliography p.181-182.  Index.  #557  12.91

DA259.W45 1994   Weir, Allison, 1951-      The princes in the tower.  Ballantine Books c1992.  287p., illus., genealogy.   Select Bibliography p.261-271.  Index.  #15862 4.25

DA334.M8A64 1998   Ackroyd, Peter, 1949-        The life of Thomas More.  Doubleday: Nan A. Talese, 1998.  xi, 447p., engravings, color portraits.  Source Notes p.407-419.  Index.  #8068  10.97

DA334.M8C45 1968   Chambers, Raymond Wilson, 1874-1942.  Thomas More.  University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor Paperbacks, 1968; 1st published 1935.  416p.  Bibliographical Note p.403-404.  Index.  #9644  1.05

DA355.E57   The Elizabethan journals: being a record of those things most talked of…  Edited & abridged by the author, G.B. Harrison.  Doubleday & Company: Anchor Books, 19xx.  2v. (                       xi, 463p.), bibliographical footnotes.  A Table of Ages v.2 p.385-386.  Index to v1&2.  v.2, During the years 1598-1603.  #9666  2.15

DA355.J4 1960   Jenkins, (Margaret) Elizabeth, 1905-2010. Elizabeth the great.  Permabooks, 1960 c1958.  388p.  Bibliography p.371-374.  Index.  #168  .50

DA355.N34 1957   Neale, John Ernest, Sir, 1890-1975. Queen Elizabeth I.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1957; 1st published 1934.  424p.  #5195  .25

DA355.S5 1962   Sitwell, Edith, Dame, 1887-1964.   The queens and the hive.  With illustrations.  Little, Brown and Company: An Atlantic Monthly Press Book, c1962.  xi, 542p., illus.  Illustrations p.xi.  Bibliographic notes at ends of chapters.  Appendices A-H p.481-530.  Index.  #12480  4.25

DA355.W36 1998   Weir, Alison, 1951-      The life of Elizabeth I.  Ballantine Books, c1998.  xii, 532p., plates.  A Note on Sources p.489-490.  Bibliography p.491-508.  Genealogical Tables p.509-515.  #10955  12.50

DA356.R62 2012   Ross, Josephine. The men who would be king: the courtships of Queen Elizabeth I. William Morrow c2012; 1st  published c1975 as Suitors to the Queen. xiv, 226p. portraits. Illustrations p.ix. Acknowledgements p.xi-xii. Index.

DA356.S8 1967   Stone, Lawrence, 1919-1999. The crisis of the aristocracy, 1558-1641.  Abridged edition.  Oxford University Press, c1967; 1st published c1965.  xi, 363p., graph, statistical table.  Index.  #11871  1.10

DA380.G7 1970   Greene, Donald Johnson, 1914-1997. The age of exhuberance: backgrounds to eighteenth-century English literature.  Random House, c1970.  x, 184p  Bibliographical Note p.174-178.  Index.  #11010  .75

DA380.N6 1954   Notesteir, Wallace, 1878-1969. The English people on the eve of colonization, 1603-1630.  Illustrated.  Harper, 1954.  302p.  Bibliography p.267-279.  Index.  #1698  1.06

DA390.E56 1971   The English revolution, 1600-1660. Essays edited by E. W. Ives. Harper & Row: Harper Torchbook, 1971 c1968. viii, 164p. Books for Further Reading at ends of articles. Contributors p.viii. Select Bibliography p.159-161. Index.  #15907 .50

DA391.T44 2010   Teems, David. Majestie: the king behind the King James Bible. Thomas Nelson c2010. xviii, 301p. portraits. Appendices: A, Chronology p.253-258. B, The Stuart Succession p.259. C, The Rules [to be observed in translation] p.260-261. Notes p.262-276. Bibliography p.277-281. Acknowledgements p.282. Index.  #15019 1.70

DA426.A15 1989   Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658.  Speeches of Oliver Cromwell.  Ed. and introduced by Ivan Roots.  Dent: Everyman’s Library, 1989.  252p..  Sources p.241-245.   Suggestions for Further Reading p.246- 247.  Chronology p.248-252.  #1045  5.30

DA520.L52 1965   Liberty and terror in England: reactions to the French Revolution.  Edited by Roland Bartel.  D.C. Heath and Company, c1965.  xiv, 109p.  (Selected Source Materials for College Research Papers).  Chronological Chart p.xi-xii.  Suggestions for Library Work p.107-109.  #13067  .15

DA533.W5 1984   Williams, Raymond.   Culture and society, 1780-1850.  Penguin Books, 1984; 1st published 1958 & with postcript, 1963.  348p.  An Outline of Dates p.9.  References p.326-340.  Index.  #7177  .55

DA535.G37 1979   Gash, Norman, 1912-2009. Aristocracy and people: Britain, 1815-1865.  Harvard University press, 1979.  375p.  Bibliography p.351-363.  Appendices of Statistics p.364-366.  Index.  #9250  1.05

DA550.E53 1996 Ref   The encyclopedia of the Victorian world: a reader’s companion to the people, places, eventsw, and everyday life of the Victorian era. Melinda Covey and George Ochsa, editors. Henry Holt and Company: A Roundtable Press Book c1996. xx, 519p. (A Henry Holt Reference Book). xx, 519p. List of Contributors p.xi. Acknowledgements p.xv. Bibliography p.513-519. #10499 3.20

DA550.V522 1967   The Victorian age: essays in history and in social and literary criticism.  Edited with an introduction and commentary by Robert Langbaum.  Fawcett Publications: A Fawcett Premier Book, c1967.  320p.  Chronology of Major Events p.310-311.  Notes on Authors Reprinted and Discussed p.311-314.  Index.  #12228  .50

DA550.Y69 1963   Young, George Malcolm, 1882-1959. Victorian England: portrait of an age.  2nd ed.  Oxford University Press, 1963 c1953; 1st published 1936.  vii, 219p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  Chronological Table p.188-211.  Index.  #10882  1.05

DA560.J35 1977   James, Robert (Vidal) Rhodes, 1933-1999. The British revolution, 1880-1939.  Alfred A. Knopf, 1977. xiv, 653p., photos, cartoons. Selected Bibliography p.621-630. Index.   #9490 .08

DA566.B62 1968   Breach, R. W. A history of our times: Britain, 1900-1964. Pergamon Press c1968. viii, 271p. (The Commonwealth and International Library). Acknowledgements p.viii. A Guide to Further Reading p.261-262. Index.  #10423 1.05

DA566.4.G7 1963   Graves, Robert (von Ranke) 1895-1985 and Hodge, Alan. The long week-end: a social history of Great Britain, 1918-1939.  2nd ed. W.W. Norton & Company, 1963 c1940. 472p.  Index.  #11447 1.00

DA566.4.T93 v.3 1972   The twentieth century mind: history, ideas and literature in Britain.  Edited by C. B. Cox and A. E. Dyson.  Oxford University Press, -1972.  3v. (                             ; xiv, 508), diagrams.  Contains bibliographical references at ends of chapters.  Index.  Contents: v.I, 1906-1918.  v.II, 1918-1945.  v.III, 1945-1965.  h: v.3 #12602  3.75

DA589.4.E45 1995   Ellis, Walter. The Oxbridge conspiracy: how the ancient universities have kept their stranglehold on the establishment. With minor revisions. Penguin Group: Penguin Books c1995’ 1st published c1994. xii, 340p. Index.  #10177 1.10

DA592.B57 1970   Booker, Christopher (John Penrice) 1937-      The neophiliacs. Gambit, c1970; 1st published in Great Britain, c1969. xvii, 414p. Contains bibliographical references.  Index. British edition subtitled “a study of the revolution of English life in the fifties and sixties.”  #12468. 1.10.

DA630.H3 1988   The heart of England. Reader’s Digest Association Limited for the Automobile Association. Fanum House, 1988. 159p., color photos, maps, diagrams.  #1057 3.20

DA632.D57 1985 Ov   Discovering Britain & Ireland. Jonathan B. Tourtellot, Editor. National Geographic Society c1985. 448p., color photos, maps. A Glossary of British English p.442-443. About the Authors and Photographers p.443. Acknowledgtements p.443. Index.  #13482 .55

DA632.T46 1983   Theroux, Paul Edward, 1941-        The kingdom by the sea: a journey around Great Britain. Houghton Mifflin, 1983. 353p., maps on end papers.  #563

DA650.G84 1988   Hachette Guide to.Great Britain. Pantheon Books, 1988. 720p., illus., maps. Index.  #565 3.17

DA677.I59 1998   Inwood, Stephen. A history of London. Foreword by Roy Porter. Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1998. xxiv, 1111p., photos, engravings. Maps p.939-961. Bibliography p.1031-1057. Index.  #9409  20.20

DA690.K446W66 2011   Wood, Michael (David) 1948-      The story of England. Penguin Group: Penguin Books, 2011c2010. xxiv, 440p. photos, maps. List of Illustrations p. vii-ix. List of Maps p.xi. Acknowledgements p.xiii-xvii. Further Reading p.403-411. Index.  #15846 2.15

DA690.M97G68 1986   Gough, Richard, 1635-1723. The history of Myddle. Edited with an introduction and notes by David Hey. Dorset Press, 1986 c1981; 1st published 1834. 334p.  Bibliographic Notes p.307-334.  #567 4.22

DA725.G5713 1978   Giraldus, Cambrensis, 1146?-1223?  The journey through Wales and The description of Wales.  By Gerald of Wales.  Translated with an introduction by Lewis Thorpe.  Penguin Books, c1978.  333p., genealogical table, maps, Bibliographical footnotes.  Appendices: 1. Additions made in versions II and III of The journey p.275-277.  2. Additions made in versions II and III of The description p.279-280.  3. Geral of Wales and King Arthur p.280-288.  Index.  #11799  4.90

DA760.M24 2000   Magnusson, Magnus, 1929-2007. Scotland: the story of a nation. Atlantic Monthly Press, c2000. xviii, 734p., photos (part color), maps. Chronology p.693-699.  Kings and Queens of Scotland p.700. Acknowledgements p.701-702. Sources p.703-709. Index.  #11893 4.50

DA783.4.S33 1989   Scott, Ronald McNair. Robert the BBruce: King of Scots. Peter Bedrick Books, 1989 c1982. xviii, 254p. maps, plans, genalogies. Bibliography p.230-232. Referencs p.233-240. Notes p.241-244. Index. #15049 2.10

DA810.M3M87 1998   Murray, William Hutchinson, 1913-1996. Rob Roy MacGreogr: his life and times. Canongate 1998 c1982. xiv, 301p. Acknowledgements p.vii. Text Referenes p.267-287. Index.  #14135 1.10

DA938.F67 1989   Foster, Robert Fitzroy, 1949-         Modern Ireland, 1600-1972. Penguin Books, 1989 c1988. xiii, 688p. Bibliographical Essay p.643-663. Index.  #10948 .15

DA950.7.W6 1969   Woodham Smith, Cecil Blanche (FitzGerald) 1896-1977. The great hunger: Ireland, 1845-1849. New English Library, 1969 c1962. 429p., bibliographical footnotes. Index.  #1433 1.24

DA962.Y68 1982   Younger, Calton. Ireland’s civil war. With revisons. Fontana/Collins, 1982 c1979; 1st published c1968. 541p., photos. Select Bibliography p.527-530. Index.  #12546 .50