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An Excellent Standard History Of England Under The Norman's And Angevins, Beginning With The Norman Conquest In 1066, And Culminating With England In Montfort's Day. Prof. Davis Has Used The Same Sources As Other Historians, However, He States That The Great Chronicles Of The Past Were Not Quite Utilized. He Also Includes New Additions To The Bibliography And New Appendices: Local Justice Under Norman Kings, Criminous Clerks, The Provisions Of Oxford And Westminster Have Been Made By Miss N. D. Hurnard In This Edition. This Period Saw The Creation Of English Feudalism, The Rejuvenation Of The English Church And The Decisive Conflicts Of Church And Feudalism With The State. This Period Also Witnessed The Trial And Failure Of Autocracy At Home, And In Foreign Policy A Premature Imperialism; The Creation Of Common Law And The Royal Courts Of Justice; And The General Recognition Of The Principle Of Representative Government.