AmblesideOnline Churchill Books Broken Down to 4 Readings per Week for Years 7-8-9 in Two Years

week 1

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 1 to 'has rendered these early categories less certain.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 1 from 'In early days Britain was part' to 'higher systems of government and war.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 1 from 'Meanwhile in Rome, at the centre' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 2 to 'and the Second at Gloucester.

week 2

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 2 from 'The first target of the revolt ' to 'moisture of soil and atmosphere.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 2 from 'In A.D. 78 Agricola, a Governor' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 3 to 'the reorganisation of the frontier began.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 3 from 'During the next five years' to end of ch

week 3

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 4 to 'at length defeated and slew him.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 4 from 'Meanwhile the Wall' to 'the future kingdom of Kent.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 4 from 'Gildas has a tale to tell' to 'is to be found in our earliest records.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 4 from 'No uniformity of practice' to end of ch

week 4

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 5 to 'centre and summit of religious England.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 5 from 'Ethelbert, as overlord of England' to 'the spirit of Boadicea.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 5 from 'But the inherent power of Northumbria' to 'in the Island was inevitable.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 5 from 'Northumbria was fortunate however' to end of ch

week 5

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 6 to 'recovered their poise before long.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 6 from 'The soul of the Vikings' to 'beginning of the Viking Age.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 6 from 'In 793, on a January morning' to 'and there have been many.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 6 from 'In Viking legend at this period' to end of ch

week 6

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 7 to 'this strain continues to play a gleaming part.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 7 from 'The reformed and placated ' to 'pick and to depart forthwith.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 7 from 'But Alfred had had longer ends' to 'song as Alfred the Great.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 7 from 'One final war' to end of ch

week 7

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 8 to 'or Ethelred the "Redeless".'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 8 from 'In 980 serious raids' to 'her descendants by Ethelred.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 8 from 'Canute became the ruling' to "ruled the King and all England."

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 8 from 'Edward was a quiet, pious person' to end of ch

week 8

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 9 to 'either crown or England again.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 9 from 'The feudal significance of this oath' to 'Norwegian army ten miles from the city.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 9 from 'The battle began. The Englishmen' to 'Thus a fortnight passed.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 9 from 'Meanwhile Harold and his house-carls' to end of ch

week 9

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 10 to 'there was reconciliation.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 10 from 'Matilda died, and' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 11 to 'Its offspring still survives.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 11 from 'Henry took care that the sheriffs' to 'peace in large parts of the country.'

week 10

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 11 from 'The civil war developed' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 12 to 'shape of English society and institutions.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 12 from 'No episode opens to us' to 'Becket had other views.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 12 from 'His welcome home after the years' to end of ch

week 11

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 13 to 'perjury if they gave a wrongful verdict.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 13 from 'The jury system has come' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 14 to 'left only an empty plain.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 14 from 'The King's heart was set' to 'raised a revolt in England.'

week 12

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 14 from 'Early in 1193, at a moment' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 15 to 'hastened the loss of Normandy.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 15 from 'Arthur had been removed' to 'openly disregard Langton's advice.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 15 from 'But John had still one' to end of ch

week 13

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 16 to 'in the morning newspaper.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 16 from 'We must examine some of these' to 'the English point of view.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 16 from 'At last in 1229 he had' to 'repressor of the Albigenses.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 16 from 'An even more copious source' to end of ch

week 14

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 17 to 'only to share their plight.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 17 from 'Simon de Montfort was now' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 18 to 'into the Archbishop's register.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 18 from 'Pecham's action might well' to 'partisanship was evenly balanced.'

week 15

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 18 from 'Since the days of Henry II' to 'his strength against the Scots.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 18 from 'Wallace was now the ruler' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 19 to 'he awaited the English onslaught.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 19 from 'The English army was so large' to 'archer, would rally to him.

week 16

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 19 from 'In this equipoise Parliament became' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 20 to 'some, to the throne itself.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 20 from 'For more than a century' to 'of the Anglo-Norman ascendancy.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 20 from 'Led by Richard de Clare' to end of ch

week 17

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 21 to 'nearly thirty years later.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 21 from 'Upon these grim preliminaries' to 'was bent to resist them.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 21 from 'Philip VI looked first' to 'Crecy. Here they stopped.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 21 from 'King Philip, arriving on the scene' to end of ch

week 18

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 22 to 'the only practicable passage.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 22 from 'Ten years had passed' to 'work of the fourteenth century.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 22 from 'Against Papal agents' to 'soon to realise their danger.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 22 from 'The long reign had reached' to end of ch

week 19

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 23 to 'experience of leadership, Wat Tyler.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 23 from 'The royal Council was bewildered' to 'two posts in the Customs.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 23 from 'When the commissioners presently' to 'did they cherish his memory.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 23 from 'The Irish expedition had been' to end of ch

week 20

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 24, entire ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 25 to 'prisoners in the assailants' hands.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 25 from 'Now occurred a terrible' to end of ch

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 26, aentire ch

week 21

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 27 to 'sure future for themselves?'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 27 from 'Suffolk was well aware' to 'was it more blatantly exploited.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 27 from 'The force of law was' to seemed about to begin.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 27 from 'But York felt himself' to end of ch

week 22

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 28 to 'had succeeded Somerset.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 28 from 'War began in earnest' to 'greatly reduce these figures.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 28 from 'On March 28 the Yorkist' to 'special pensions by the King.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 28 from 'Edward's magnanimity' to end of ch

week 23

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 29 to 'Warwick and his proud associates.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 29 from 'But the clash came over' to 'ibrother had been in the past.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 29 from 'King Edward was by now' to 'battle, did not affect the result.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 29 from 'The Lancastrians were scattered' to end of ch

week 24

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 30 to 'are undisputed fact.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 30 from 'Meanwhile the Queen' to 'authorities of King Charles's reign.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 30 from 'Buckingham had now become' to 'once again into the old struggle.'

Churchill Birth of Britain ch 30 from 'As the months passed many prominent' to end of ch



The New World

week 25

Churchill New World ch 1 to 'where it was most strongly felt in Scotland.'

Churchill New World ch 1 from 'There are many varieties of' to 'its past and to promise it the future.'

Churchill New World ch 1 from 'While the forces of Renaissance' to 'soon to be called America.'

Churchill New World ch 1 from 'It was nearly a hundred years' to end of ch

week 26

Churchill New World ch 2 to 'succeeded Poynings as Lord Deputy.'

Churchill New World ch 2 from 'Power in Ireland still rested' to end of ch

Churchill New World ch 3 to 'subjects, whom he understood so well.'

Churchill New World ch 3 from 'Almost his first act, six weeks' to end of ch

week 27

Churchill New World ch 4 to 'which could arise in country life.'

Churchill New World ch 4 from 'The Tudors were indeed' to 'manner, by favour and not by force?'

Churchill New World ch 4 from 'The long dash of the Wars' to 'should not divorce his aunt.'

Churchill New World ch 4 from 'This broke Wolsey.' to end of ch

week 28

Churchill New World ch 5 to 'of the succession of his realm."'

Churchill New World ch 5 from 'Throughout these proceedings' to 'put the matter right afterwards.'

Churchill New World ch 5 from 'Cranmer became Archbishop' to 'story of the royal courtship.'

Churchill New World ch 5 from 'One day the King sent' to end of ch

week 29

Churchill New World ch 6 to ' and economically backward North.'

Churchill New World ch 6 from 'In the autumn, when the new' to 'over-indulge in beer.'

Churchill New World ch 6 from 'Anne spent Christmas' to 'fortune to outlive her husband.'

Churchill New World ch 6 from 'The brilliant young Renaissance' to end of ch

week 30

Churchill New World ch 7 to 'stumps, nothing is amended."'

Churchill New World ch 7 from 'Somerset was surrounded' to 'that of Edward VI and his successor.'

Churchill New World ch 7 from 'Under the Succession Act' to 'awaited the turn of fortune.'

Churchill New World ch 7 from 'As summer came Philip' to end of ch

week 31

Churchill New World ch 8 to 'of the Evangelist and Apostles.'

Churchill New World ch 8 from 'It is at this point that the party' to 'the mercy of the waiting Elizabeth.'

Churchill New World ch 8 from 'Mary in England proved' to 'power over a large area of human life.'

Churchill New World ch 8 from 'To such men the Elibabethan' to end of ch

week 32

Churchill New World ch 9 to 'a landing on the Essex coast.'

Churchill New World ch 9 from 'The nation was united' to end of ch

Churchill New World ch 10 to 'her changing mood.'

Churchill New World ch 10 from 'Essex was Leicester’s stepson' to end of ch

week 33

Churchill New World ch 11 to 'and their priests were banished.'

Churchill New World ch 11 from 'Disappointment and despair' to 'Iotherwise in the United States.'

Churchill New World ch 11 from 'James had a very different' to 'people. There are others.'

Churchill New World ch 11 from 'James was much addicted' to end of ch

week 34

Churchill New World ch 12 to 'began to look elsewhere.'

Churchill New World ch 12 from 'Emigration to the New World' to 'the founding of New England.'

Churchill New World ch 12 from 'For ten years afterwards' to 'Restoration of the Stuart monarchy.'

Churchill New World ch 12 from 'The founders of Connecticut' to end of ch

week 35

Churchill New World ch 13 to 'from falling under an autocratic grip.'

Churchill New World ch 13 from 'The men at the head of this' to 'the famous Petition of Right.'

Churchill New World ch 13 from 'Forced loans could not suffice' to 'side force as yet was lacking.'

Churchill New World ch 13 from 'Both sides pressed farther' to end of ch

week 36

Churchill New World ch 14 to 'in most they paid the fine.'

Churchill New World ch 14 from 'Meanwhile Wentworth, now' to 'have foreseen the consequences.'

Churchill New World ch 14 from 'Charles and his advisers had' to 'Charles and his advisers had gathered.'

Churchill New World ch 14 from 'It was clear from the first' to end of ch

Year 8/9

week 1

Churchill New World ch 15 to 'were therefore sent to a committee.'

Churchill New World ch 15 from 'Meanwhile the trial of Strafford' to 'for the preserving of the warren."'

Churchill New World ch 15 from 'When Strafford heard this harsh' to 'it seemed their case could be urged.'

Churchill New World ch 15 from 'It was in this stormy weather' to end of ch

week 2

Churchill New World ch 16 to ' were already to be respected.'

Churchill New World ch 16 from 'The King, skilfully avoiding' to 'the victory with his infantry.'

Churchill New World ch 16 from 'Fired with these successes' to 'appeared in undisputed sway.'

Churchill New World ch 16 from 'At Gloucester Governor Massey' to end of ch

week 3

Churchill New World ch 17 to 'they took Liverpool.'

Churchill New World ch 17 from 'The King now wrote Rupert' to 'armies and reached Worcester.'

Churchill New World ch 17 from 'The two Roundhead generals' to 'dominant figure in both spheres.'

Churchill New World ch 17 from 'Amid these stresses' to end of ch

week 4

Churchill New World ch 18 to 'generals, officers, and men were at one.'

Churchill New World ch 18 from 'Cromwell and Ireton felt' to 'hot Gospel and cold steel.'

Churchill New World ch 18 from 'The doctriue of natural right' to 'leaders to hold their obedience.'

Churchill New World ch 18 from 'One stormy evening' to end of ch

week 5

Churchill New World ch 19 to 'admirers and apologists.'

Churchill New World ch 19 from 'Having unsuccessfully summoned' to 'the curse of Cromwell".'

Churchill New World ch 19 from 'At the moment when' to 'Scottish army gathered on the Border.'

Churchill New World ch 19 from 'The menace in the North' to end of ch

week 6

Churchill New World ch 20 to 'and the successors of Torquemada.'

Churchill New World ch 20 from 'Cromwell’s successes and failures' to 'the title of Lord Protector.'

Churchill New World ch 20 from 'But once again all went wrong' to 'from male and female attire.'

Churchill New World ch 20 from 'One may easily see how desire' to end of ch

week 7

Churchill New World ch 21 to 'moment into Lambert’s hands.'

Churchill New World ch 21 from 'Lambert was a man of high' to 'for the return of the monarchy.'

Churchill New World ch 21 from 'It was most plainly the wish' to 'Common Law was permanent.'

Churchill New World ch 21 from 'A new conception of' to end of ch

week 8

Churchill New World ch 22 to 'had preached or held a living".'

Churchill New World ch 22 from 'This Code embodied the' to 'was cast upon his memory.'

Churchill New World ch 22 from 'The rivalry of England and Holland' to 'spelt the word "CABAL".'

Churchill New World ch 22 from 'The dominant fact on the continent' to end of ch

week 9

Churchill New World ch 23 to 'this new retaliatory Test.'

Churchill New World ch 23 from 'In foreign afffairs the new' to 'produced the Revolution of 1688.'

Churchill New World ch 23 from 'Charles, in breaking' to end of ch

Churchill New World ch 23 (none this week)

week 10

Churchill New World ch 24 to 'rejected the Exclusion Bill.'

Churchill New World ch 24 from 'The fury against the Popish' to 'Parliament was again dissolved.'

Churchill New World ch 24 from 'No one could tell what the' to 'so early and so plainly.'

Churchill New World ch 24 from 'The power of Charles at home' to end of ch

week 11

Churchill New World ch 25 to 'upon his perilous challenge.'

Churchill New World ch 25 from 'James ascended the throne' to 'and the royal army approached.'

Churchill New World ch 25 from 'Despite the enthusiasm for' to 'gave a forbidding answer.'

Churchill New World ch 25 from 'In the House of Lords' to end of ch

week 12

Churchill New World ch 26 to 'which had destroyed the Huguenots.'

Churchill New World ch 26 from 'The Pope, Innocent XI' to upon the life of the future.'

Churchill New World ch 26 from 'The bishops, formerly detested' to 'James's hour was come.'

Churchill New World ch 26 from 'As the autumn weeks slipped' to end of ch



Age of Revolution

week 13

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 1 to 'fibre and fidelity to his Dutchmen.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 1 from 'Once securely seated' to 'revival in the years which followed. '

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 1 from 'Step by step the tangle' to William returning from Ireland.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 1 from 'Queen Mary’s Council, of which' to end of ch

week 14

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 2 to 'a steady support to William. '

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 2 from 'In 1695 the King gained' to end of ch

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 3 to 'that is to say, for war.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 3 from 'This process united William' to end of ch

week 15

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 to 'of King William had not secured. '

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 from 'Queen Anne cherished' to 'masters of the Mediterranean in 1703.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 from 'The beginning of Queen Anne’s' to 'turned the whole fortune of the war. '

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 - none today

week 16

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 from 'But before he could proceed' to 'and I am following the rest."'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 from 'The victory of Blenheim almost' to 'the French had hurled themselves.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 from 'The Dutch were overjoyed' to 'paid, marched to meet Villeroy.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 4 from 'At dawn on May 23' to end of ch

week 17

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 5 to 'large parts of Germany followed. '

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 5 from 'The great enterprise against' to 'he strongest fortress of France.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 5 from 'The siege of Lille was not' to 'peace conference was wrecked.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 5 from 'Marlborough, carefully watched' to end of ch

week 18

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 6 to 'scale of Malplaquet south of Arras.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 6 from 'The great armies formed' to movements and condition of the enemy."'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 6 from 'England was now riven' to 'Christendom had been subjected.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 6 from 'Marlborough was so much pursued' to end of ch

week 19

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 7 to 'Age. But she was alone.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 7 from 'A new generation of statesmen--' to 'rejected the Bill by a large majority.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 7 from 'Political power was henceforth' to end of ch

week 20

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 8 to 'at home and the futility of England abroad.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 8 from 'A high-poised if not' to 'snatched no permanent advantage.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 8 from 'Bolingbroke now despaired' to '"Opposers make the war."'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 8 from 'The Spaniards might have' to end of ch

week 21

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 9 to 'that the King would admit him to his councils?'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 9 from 'There had been much discontent' to end of ch

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 10 to 'lapsed into quarrelsome isolation.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 10 from 'These conditions persisted' to end of ch

week 22

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 11 to 'to support him and he resigned.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 11 from 'It is necessary to examine' to 'had emphasised in his instructions.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 11 from 'The plan succeeded. The year' to 'dominance in the New World.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 11 from 'Pitt hoped that war' to end of ch

week 23

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 12 to 'appeared to them at the trial."'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 12 from 'Here indeed was a potent' to 'danger to colonial resources.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 12 from 'The personality of George III' to 'loss of the American colonies.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 12 from 'At first all seemed' to end of ch

week 24

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 13 to 'their loyalty to George III.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 13 from 'Meanwhile Howe was still' to 'southwards to cover Philadelphia.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 13 from 'The British were hard on' to 'and Clinton in New York.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 13 from 'Washington, from his winter' to end of ch

week 25

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 14 to 'English commerce in the Caribbean.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 14 from 'In European waters one of these' to 'the details of the capitulation.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 14 from 'On September 21, 1780,' to 'they mauled the British.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 14 from 'Cornwallis nevertheless pressed on.' to end of ch

week 26

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 15 to 'that befell most of the French.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 15 from 'In England Clive used' to 'later he died by his own hand.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 15 from 'Clive was soon followed' to 'mankind that are capable of judging."'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 15 from 'Hastings was nearly bankrupt' to end of ch

week 27

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 16 to 'have been gravely weakened.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 16 from 'Spain was forced to join' to 'Britain at the age of twenty-four.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 16 from 'The elections which carried' to 'measure of Parliamentary Reform.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 16 from 'Thus from the outset Pitt was' to end of ch

week 28

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 17 to 'their conformity with the Constitution.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 17 from 'Such was the federal machinery' to 'operations of the Government.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 17 from 'It was in vain that their opponents' to 'assume the debts of the States.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 17 from 'This cleavage is of durable importance' to end of ch

week 29

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 18 to 'and self-confidence to seize it.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 18 from 'The bourgeois were not democratic' to 'Europe since Julius Caesar.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 18 from 'About fifteen hundred deputies' to 'Queen working for their overturn.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 18 from 'Paris was not slow to realise' to end of ch

week 30

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 19 to 'the causes of the conflict.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 19 from 'Many are the motives which' to 'after all, he had taken Toulon.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 19 from 'Meanwhile the Terror rose' to 'in the early part of the war.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 19 from 'But still the British Government could conceive' to end of ch

week 31

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 20 to 'when the enemy was at large.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 20 from 'Nelson was lying in wait' to 'of invasion was over.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 20 from 'Early in September dispatches' to 'like him had done its duty.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 20 from 'Napoleon meanwhile was attracted to' to end of ch

week 32

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 21 to 'Danish Navy within a few weeks.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 21 from 'At the War Office Castlereagh' to 'Emperor’s glorious army.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 21 from 'But meanwhile the English' to 'was half-way to his haven.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 21 from 'At Astorga the Emperor sat down' to end of ch

week 33

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 22 to 'marked by quietly growing efficiency.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 22 from 'These were testing years for' to 'drama reached its culmination.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 22 from 'Many voices had warned' to 'diplomatic struggle of the peace.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 22 from 'Britain was represented at Vienna' to end of ch

week 34

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 23 to 'between Britain and the United States.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 23 from 'Washington’s second term' to 'among American statesmen.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 23 from 'In foreign affairs a new' to 'his frugal, homely manner.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 23 from 'It was impossible for the President' to end of ch

week 35

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 24 to 'overthrown at the Battle of Tippecanoe.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 24 from 'It is one of the legends of' to 'throughout the rest of the war.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 24 from 'These naval episodes had' to 'retreat to the ships followed.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 24 from 'In December the last and most' to end of ch

week 36

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 25 to 'took up his command at Brussels.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 25 from 'The state of his army did not' to 'was not in his grasp.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 25 from 'On the French side the staff' to 'followed the road back to Paris.'

Churchill Age of Revolution ch 25 from 'Late that night Blucher and Wellington' to end of ch