1. What was the result of the war?

2. What was the position of Cromwell and his army after the close of the war?

Page 134.

1. With what difficulties was Cromwell confronted?

Page 135.

1. What was the cause of the danger to English liberty during the reign of Charles II?

Page 136.

1. What was the character of the government of Charles II?

Page 137.

1. What was the character of the government of James II?

2. How was this reign terminated?

Page 138.

1. What was the character of the history of Continental Europe during the seventeenth century?

2. What was the Bill of Rights?

Page 139.

1. What were the principal provisions of the Bill of Rights?

2. What was the result of the Bill of Rights?

Page 140.

1. What was the attitude of William III toward English politics?

Page 141.

1. What is the English ministry system?

Page 142.

1. What events were connected with the accession of the House of Hanover?

2. What was the character of the reign of the first two rulers of this house?

3. Who were the two great prime ministers during this period?

Page 143.

1. In what respects did George III differ in his policy and character from that of his two predecessors?

2. What effect did the result of the American Revolution have upon the English government?

Chapter VII

Page 145.

1. What ultimate effect did the Norman Conquest have upon English law?

2. What changes in the law of England were made by William the Conqueror?

Page 146.

1. Describe the Feudal system.

Page 147.

1. What is tenure?

Pages 148=150.

1. Name and describe the principal Feudal tenures.

Page 151.

1. What were the incidents of tenure by knight service?

Page 152.

1. What causes led to the overthrow of the Feudal system?

2. What statute entirely abolished it in England?

Page 153.

1. What did the Statute of De Donis provide?

2. What did the Statute of Quia Emptores provide?

3. What was the general character of the law relative to procedure and evidence during the century which followed the Norman Conquest?

Page 154.

1. What were the original writs?

Page 155.

1. Name some of the most important of the ancient original writs.

Page 156.

1. What causes led to the passage of the Statute of Westminster II?

Page 157.

1. What were the provisions of this Statute?

2. What was its effect?

Page 158. 1. What was outlawry?

Page 159.

1. What was the most important advance during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries in the field of criminal law?

2. What was the origin of trial by jury?

' Page 160.

1. What were the laws governing marriages in early English law?

2. What is a Common law marriage?

Page 161.

1. What two forms of divorce existed at Common law?

2. What was the divorce a vinculo matrimonii?

3. What was the divorce a mensa et thora?

4. What was the Common law rule as to bastards?

5. What position does Contract law occupy in early Teutonic systems?

Page 162.

1. What causes brought about the development of the law of Contracts in the twelfth century?

Page 163.

1. Describe the contest in England between the Common law and the Civil and Canon law.

Page 164.

1. What was the Constitution of Clarendon?

Page 165.

1. What was the Statute of Uses?

Page 166.

1. What was the Statute of Wills?

2. What was the Statute of Charitable Uses?

3. What was the Habeas Corpus Act?

Chapter VIII

Page 167.

1. What causes led to the birth of Equity Jurisprudence?

Page 168. 1. What causes brought about the rigidity of the Common law?

Page 169.

1. Describe the beginnings of Equity Jurisprudence.

Page 170.

1. What was the position of Equity Jurisprudence during the reign of Richard II?

Page 171.

1. Who was John de Waltham and what part did he play in the development of Equity Jurisprudence?

Page 172.

1. What were the early causes for going into the Courts of Equity?

Pages 173-177.

1. Describe the general character of early Bills in Equity.

Page 178.

1. When did Equity begin to take jurisdiction in cases of fraud?

Pages 180-181.

1. Describe the contest between the Equity Courts and the Common law Courts over the question of the jurisdiction of the former.

Page 182.

1. What are uses?

2. When and for what purpose were they introduced into England?

Page 183.

1. What causes led to their increased use?

Page 184.

1. What was the Statute of Uses?

2. With what purpose was it passed?

3. What was its effect?

Chapter IX

Page 185.

1. What effect did the date of their settlement have upon the character of the English colonies in America?

Page 186.

1. What was the character of the history of the seventeenth century in England?

Pages 187-193.

1. What was the basis, as explained in the decision of Johnson vs. Mcintosh, of the claims to territory in America by the various European governments?

Page 194.

1. What three forms of government existed among the English colonies in America?

2. What was the character of the government of the Charter colonies?

Page 195.

1. What was the character of the government of the proprietory colonies?

2. What was the character of the government of the royal provinces?

Page 196.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of Virginia.

Pages 197-200.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of Massachusetts.

Page 201.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of Connecticut.

Page 202.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of Rhode Island.

Page 203.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of New Hampshire.

Page 204.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of New York.

Page 205.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of New Jersey.

Page 206.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of Pennsylvania.

2. Describe the colonial government and history of Delaware.

Page 207.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of Maryland.

Page 208.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of North Carolina.

2. Describe the colonial government and history of South Carolina.

Page 209.

1. Describe the colonial government and history of Georgia.

2. What were the causes of the Revolutionary War?

Page 210.

1. What was the real character of this contest?

Page 211.

1. What was the Stamp Act?

2. What was the result of its passage?

3. What was the Continental Congress?

Page 212.

1. What were the Articles of Confederation?

2. When were they adpoted?

Page 213.

1. What was the character of the government created by the Articles of Confederation?

Pages 214-217.

1. What judicial powers did the United States Government possess, under the Articles of Confederation?

Page 218.

1. What were the causes leading up to the Constitutional Convention?

Page 219.

1. What was the Annapolis Convention?

Chapter X

Page 221.

1. When did the Constitutional Convention meet?

2. What was the general character of its members?

Page 222.

1. What was the principal source from which the provisions of the Federal Constitution were drawn?

Page 223.

1. What were some of the other sources drawn upon?

Page 224. 1. What was the Virginia Plan?

Pages 225-226. 1. What were its principal provisions?

Page 227. 1. What was the New Jersey Plan?

Pages 228-229. 1. What were its principal provisions?

Pages 230-233.

1. What was the Connecticut Compromise, its causes and effects?

Page 234.

1. What was the second great compromise in the Constitutional Convention?

Page 235.

1. What were the provisions of the third great compromise in the Constitutional Convention?

2. How were the votes necessary for its passage secured?

Page 236.

1. Describe the adoption of the Constitution.

Page 237.

1. What was the cause which led to the adoption of the first amendment?

2. What was the cause which led to the adoption of the eleventh amendment?

3. What was the cause which led to the adoption of the twelfth amendment?

Page 238.

1. What was the first great dividing line between political parties?

Page 239.

1. What were the Virginia Resolutions of 1798 and 1799?

Page 240.

1. What were the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 and 1799?

Page 241.

1. What influence did Chief Justice Marshall have upon the constitutional history of the United States?

2. Describe the recent Constitutional history of the United States.