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CASTILE AND

LEON.

ARRAGON.

PORTUGAL

1094. Peter.

1199. John.

1066. Will. I.

1057 Malc. 3. 1060. Philip I. 1066. Sancho II. 1065. Sancho.
1093. Donald

1065. Sancho of 1056. Hen. 4, 1064. Solom.
Castile.

em peror. 1087. WillII. 1094. Dunc. 1094. Donald 1072. Alfonso VI.

1072. Alfonso VI.

1075. Geisa again.

1076. Lad. 1. 1098. Edgar.

1093. Henry,

1098. Colocount.

man. 1100. Hen. I. 1107. Alex.I. 1108. Louis VI.

1109. Urraca and 1104. Alfonso I. 1112. Alfonso, as 1106. Hen.5. 1914. Step.2.

Alfonso VII. 1124. Dav. I.

count.

1126. Alfon. VII. 1135. Steph. 1137. Louis VII.

1125. Loth.2. 1131. Bela 2.

1134. Ramiro. 1154. Hen. 2. 1153. Mal.IV.

1137. Petronella 1139. Alfonso I., 1138. Conr.3. 1141. Geisa 3. 1157. Sancho III.

and Raymond as king.

1158. Alfon. VIII. 1165. Will.

1152. Fred. 1.

1161. Step-3 1972. (Ireld.

1163. Alfonso II. annexed.)

1180. Philip II. 1188. Alfon. IX. 1189. Rich. 1. (Leon.)

1173. Bela 3. 1185. Sancho I. 1190. Hen. 6. 1196. Peter II.

1198. Philip. 1196. Emeric 1214. Alex. 2. 1216. Hen. 3.

1214. Henry I.

1213

James I. 1223. Louis VIII.

1212. Alfonso II. 1208. Otho 4 1204. Ladis

las II. 1217. Ferdin. III. 1226. Louis IX. (Castile.)

1215. Fred. 2. 1 205. An1223. Sancho II.

drew II. 1230. (Leon.)

1235. Bela 41249. Alex. 3. 1252. Alfonso X.

1248. Alfon. III. 1250. Con. 4.

1254. Will.

1257. Rich. 1272. Ed. I. 1270. Philip III. 1276. Peter III.

1270. Ste. 4.

1279. Dionysius 1273. Ro1282. (Wales Interregnum.

1272. Lad. 3. annexed.) 1285. Philip IV. 1284. Sancho IV. 1285. Alfons. III.

or Denis.

dolph.
1292. John
Baliol.
1295. Ferdin. IV. 1291. James II.

1292. Adolp.
1298. Alb. 1. 1290.

And.

3. 1307. Ed. II. 1306. Robert (Bruce) I. 1314. Louis X.

1308. Hen. 7. 1301. Charo 1312. Alfonso XI. 1316. John I.

1314. Lou. 5. bert. 1327. Ed.III. 1329. Dav.II.

1327. Alfonso IV. 1325. Alfonso IV.
Phil. V.
1332. Ed. Bal. 1321. Chas. IV.
1342. Dav. II. 1328. Phil. VI.
again.
1336. Peter IV.

1342. Louis.
1350. John II.
1350. Peter.

1347. Chas.4. 1364. Chas. V.

1357. Peter.

1369. Henry. 1377. Rich.2. 1371. Rob.II.

1367. Ferdinand.
1379. John I.
(Stuart). 1380. Chas. VI.

1378. Wen-
1390. Rob.3.

1383. John I. ceslas. 1390. Henry II. 1387. Jobn I.

1382. Mary. 1399. Hen. 4.

1395. Martin.

1387. Mary &

1400. Rupert Sigismund 1406. Jas. I.

1406. John II.

1410. Interregnm. 1413. Hen, 5. 1422. Chas. VII. 1412. Ferdinand

1410. Sigismund. 1422. Hen. 6.

of Sicily. 1437. Jas. II.

1416. Alfonso V. 1433. Edward.

1454. Henry IV. 1460.Jas. III.

1438. Alfonso V.

1438. Albert. 1461. Ed.IV.

1458. John II.
1461. Louis XI.
1474. Isabella,

1440. Fred. 3. 1440. Lad. 1479. Ferdin. II.

4.

1445. Lad. š. 1481. John II.

1458. Mat

Spain. 1483. Ed. v. 1483. Chas. VII.

thias, 1479. Ferdinand and Isabella. 1485. Hen. 7. 1488. Jas. IV.

1495. Emanuel. 1493. Max. 1. 1490. Lad. 6. 1498. Louis XII.

1499. Sritz.
independ.

Rich. 3.

EUROPEAN SOVEREIGNS.

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1566. Halatan. 1069. Olaf. 1047. Sweyn II. 1058. Boles- 1068. Rom. 4 1061. Alex. II.

1076. Harold. las.
1oso. Canute IV. 1082. Ladis- 1071. Mich.7. 1073. Greg. VII.
1086, Olaus IV. las.

1078. Nicep. 3 1086. Victor III.
tage. Ingo.
1093. Magnus.
1095. Eric I.

1081. Alexius 1088. Urban II.

1099. Pascal II.
1112. Philip. 1103. Sigurd I., 1105. Eric II. 1102. Boles, 31118. John
1118. Ingo II. and others.

1118. Gelas. II.

Comnenus. 1919. Calixt. II.
uag, Swerker. 1122. Sigurd I.

1124. Honor. II.
1130. MagnusIV.
and others. 1137. Eric III. 1138. Lad. 2. 1143. Manuel 1143. Celest. II.

1130. Inpoc. II.

1131. Roger I.

Comnenus. 1144. Lucius II.
1147. Sweyn III. 1145. Boles.4
2355. Erie I.
Canute V.

1145. Eugen. III.

1153. Anasta.IV. 1154. William I.
161. Char. VII. Civil tar and
1157. Waldemar.

1154. Adrian IV.
1167. Canute. anarchy.

1173. Miecis- 1180. Alex.2. 1181. Lucius III.

1159. Alex. III. 1166. William II.
las III. 1183. Andro- 1185. Urban III.
1178. Ca.

nicus C.
simir II, 1185. Isaac 2.

1187. Greg. VIII.
1186. Swerro.

Clem. III. 1189. Tancred.
1182. Canute VI.
1199 Swerk. II.

1195. Alex. 3-(1191. Celest. III. 1194. William III.
1194. Lesk.5.

1198. Innoc. III. 1197. Fred. Il. of Germany.
1210. Eric II, 1202, Hako III. 1202. Walde. II. 1200. Miec.3. 1204. Theodo. 1216. Honor. III.
1216. John I. and others.
1am. Erie III. 1207. Hako IV.

1202. Lad. 3. 1222. John

1227. Greg. IX.
1227.Boles.5. Ducas.

1241. Celest. IV.
1241. Eric IV.

1243. Innoc. IV. 1250. Conrad.
1250. Abel

1255. Theo.2. 1254. Alex. IV.
1252. Christoph
1258. John

1254. Conradin.
1232. Birger Jari

1261. Urban IV. 1258. Manfred.
1259. Erie V.

Lascaris. 1265. Clem. IV. 1266, Charles of Anjou.

1259. Mich. 8. 1268-9. Vacant.
1263. Magnusvi.
266. Valdemar,

1271. Gregory X.
1276. Innoc, V.

Adrian V.
75. Magnus I.

1276. John XXI.
1279. Lesk.6.

Sicily.
1280. Eric.

1277. Nichol. III.
1281. Martin IV.

1282. Peter
1289. Anarch. 1282. Andro- 1288. Nich. IV. 1285. Chas.2. 1285. James.
1285. Honor. IV.

of Arragon.
250. Birger II.

1290. Premis- nicus II.
las.

1292-3. Vacant.
1299. Hako V.

1294. Celest. V.
1296. Ladis. 4

Bonif. VIII.

1295. Fred.2.
1329. Magn. II. 1319. United to
1320. Christo-

1303. Bened. XI. 1309. Robt,

ceslas.
Srceden.
pher II.

1305. Clement V.

(Avignon).
1334. Interregnm. 1333. Cas. 3. 1332. And. 3. 1316.John XXII.

-314-15. Vacani.
1350, Erie IV.
1340. Wald. III.

1334. Bene. XII.

1337. Peter 2.

1341. John 5. 1342. Clem. VI. 1343.Joan 2, 1342. Louis.
1359. Magnus II.
1363. Albert.
1375. Interregnm. 1370. Louis.

1352. Innoc. VI.

& Andrew 1355. Fred. 3.
1376. Olaus V.

1362. Urban V.

of Hung.
(Rome).

1349. Louis
1382, Mary.

1376. Maria
1389. Margaret. 1389. United to

1370. Greg. XT.
1387. Margaret. 1384. Hedw. 1391, Man- 1378. Urban VI. 1381. Chas. 3.

& Martin.
Denmark.

1396. Lad. 5. uel VI. 1389. Bonif. IX. 1385. Ladislas.

1404. Innoc. VII.
1425. John 6. 1406. Greg. XII.

1402. Mart. 1.
1434. Lad. 6. 1448. Con-

1409. Mart. 2.
1409. Alex. V.

1414.
stant. 13. 1410.John XXIII

(United to

Arragon.)
1445. Casi. 4.
1417. Martin V.

1410. Ferd. 1.
1448. Christian I.

1431. Eugen. IV.

1416, Alfo. 1.
Turkey. 1447 Nicholas V.

1435. Alfonso I.
1455. Calix. III.
1433. Ma.

1458. Pius II. 1458. Ferd. 1. 1458. John.

homet II. 1464. Paul II.
1481. John.

1481. Bajaz.2 1471. Sixtus IV. 1494. Alfo.2. 1479. Ferd.

1484. Inno. VIII. 1495. Ferd.2.
1492. Albert

1492, Alex. VI.

1496. Fred. 2.

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HAYDN'S DICTIONARY OF DATES, 18th Edition.

The following examples give a general idea of the manner in which the work

been brought down to the present time in the EIGHTEENTH EDITION, by the ertion of articles on the chief subjects of interest that have arisen between the se of 1881 and the spring of 1885. The BRITISH EMPIRE and its AFFAIRS. Spain and Portugal: National Debt of Spain Consoli. 10 Royal Family - Duke of Albany's Marriage - His

dated — Madrid and Lisbon Railway Opened - Anti-Free h. Proceedings in Parliament: Standing Orders to

Trade Agitation British Surrender of Cuban Insurgent k Obstruction-Mr. Bradlaugh's Case-Franchise Act

Leaders-The Dynastic Left-Military Insurrections-The Redistribution Bill-Proportional Representation-The

King in Paris, badly received – Agitation for the Popeare put in Practice-The Bankruptcy Act-The Mer.

Earthquakes-Portugal and the Congo-Reform of the ConShipping Bill—The Gladstone Ministry, changes 1881

stitution. Bussia: Treaty with Persia-Nihilist Crimes, -Votes of Censure. Financial: National Revenue and

Trials and Executions-Death of Gortschakofi-Coronation inditure-National Debt and Stocks—Bank of England,

of Czar-Funeral of Tourgenieff - Acquisition of Mervts and Liabilities-Discount Changes, 1881-1885–Excise

Meeting of Three Emperors—The Afghan Difficulty. Sweden Customs-Taxes-Imports and Exports, general and

and Norway: Visit of the King to England - Disputes ate articles-Coal and Metals, amount and value pro

between Parliament and Crown-Impeachment and Con1-Price of Wheat-Bullion and Coinage. Church and

viction of Ministers - Crown Yields -- Crown Prince of Hous Matters: New Bishops and Bishoprics, Liverpool,

Sweden appointed Viceroy of Norway, Switzerland: St. sastle, &c.—Public Worship Act-Prosecutions, Mac

Gothard Railway-National Exhibition at Zurich-Invasion chie, Green,&c.-Lay Helpers-Congressors-TheWhite

of the Salvation Army. Donmark: Suspension of LegislaArmy-The Salvation Army. Law and Crime: Su

tion through Parliamentary Opposition. Turkey: SettleCourt of Judicature, changes-Inns of Court_Trials ment of National Debt-Ministerial Changes-Greek Church Executions-Suicides-Coroners' Inquests—Dynamite

Difficulties-Military Mutiny Settled. Austria: Insurrecpsions at the Tower, Westminster Hall, Railway Sta

tion in Herzegovina-The Anarchists-Bank Frauds. &c. Education and Progress : Primary Schools

EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN. ical Education-Educational Exhibitions, Fisheries

Military Insurrection - Foreign Complications - Arabi a lealth Exhibitions, &c.- Population in 1884-Emigra.

Minister---Rebellion of Arabi Suppressed by the Britishand Immigration - Railways and Shipping – Food

Bombardment of Alexandria-Victory at Tel-el-Kebir-New ies. Calamities : Railway Accidents-Fires-Wrecks

Constitutions, Ministerial Complications. Soudan : lasuradations — The Shoeburyness Shell Explosion – Ex: ection of the Mahdi Massacre of Egyptian Armies ns in Mines, &c. Social and Miscellaneous: Penny

Annihilation of Colonel Hicks' Army-Spread of the Insurrecrs for Children—The Blue Ribbon Army-Local Parlia

tion-British Intervention-Appearance of Osman Digna-Public Playgrounds, &c.

Defeat of Baker Pacha-Arrival of Gordon at KhartoumIRELAND,

British Victories of El Teb, Tamanieb-Expedition under tting-Land League--Irish Land Commission Court

Lord Wolseley to Relieve Khartoum - Victory at Abou Klea of Informers -- Earl Spencer, Lord Lieutenant- -Goubat-Death of Gordon and Fall of Khartoum-Victory r of Lord F. Cavendish and Mr. Burke -Crimes Act-- of Kerbekan, &c. strasna Murders -- Capture, Trial and Execution of

AMERICA, ASIATIC STATES, &c. x Park Murderers-Murder of Carey, the Informer,

United Statos: Mr Blaine's Letter to the European

Powers-Guiteau's Trial and Execution for Murder of PresiNIAL POSSESSIONS & DEPENDENCIES

dent Garfield-Chinese Immigration Suspended-Mississippi OF THE BRITISH CROWN.

Floods--Brooklyn Bridge Opened-Election of President The Sirhind Canal-Ilbert Criminal Procedure Cleveland--Dynamite Bill. Poru: War with Chili-Civil ment Bill-Inundations-Native Raids - Retirement War. Brazil: The Slavery Question. Japan: Progress of Marquis of Ripon. Canada: Pacific Railway-Parti. Education - Anglican Bishop-Free Trade-National ReN. W. Territory. South Africa ; The Transvaal- ligion Disestablished, China: Rupture with France-War in ith the Natives-Convention Signed-Filibustering Tonquin and China with France. Coroa: Insurrection and ons-The Convention Broken-British Intervention Massacre. Java : Volcanic Eruptions. Achoen: The Nisero d. Zululand : Cetywayo's Visit to England, Restora. Affair. Afghanistan: Frontier Commission. Annam: Com. feposition and Death - Civil War - Overthrow of plications with France, Australia : Proposed Federationn's Usurpation - Dinizula, Cetywayo's Son, Crowned New Guinea Boers-Boer Republic-Bechuanaland-Pondoland

SCIENCE, LITERATURE AND ART. aal. Western and Central Africa : Expeditions of Thonson and Johnstone—The Congo

Interna

Antipyrogene - Asbestos - Balance Railway - Biologyfrican Association-Berlin Conference.

Bolometer - Ben Nevis Observatory Canals: Corinth,

Panama, St. Petersburg, Suez, &c.-Cocan-Eclipses - ElecCONTINENTAL EUROPE.

tricity and Applications--Germ Theory-Gold Production9: Treaty with England, Negociations-Republican Heredity – Hydrophobia — Hydromotor - Lighthouse Illu

Successes-Monastic Orders dissolved-Gambetta, mination-Oil on Waters-Oxygen Condensed-Plateways, -Compulsory Education Adopted-Anarchists and Photography of Animal Motion-Plethysmograph-Planets, Ins-Commercial Speculations and Disasters-Death New-Primne Meridian – Radioscope --Seismology - Torpeþetta--Bonapartist Quarrels-Revision of the Con- does—Telephotography-Teleradiophone-Thought Reading Strife with Tonquin, China and Madagascar, - Telpherage - Tunnels: St. Gothard, Mersey, and Severnrince Bismark and the Parliament - The Vivisection - Zoopraxiscope-Ensilage-Gaslight-Cannon,

ration – Explosion Plot - Colonisation Maxim's Recoil Gun-North-west Passage-Greely Expedi.

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