The years of crisis, 1254–1315
This chapter discusses the following: the transfer of Ireland to Lord Edward; residual royal control; instability and exploitation; disturbances of the 1260s and 1270s; growth of bastard feudalism: the indenture system; disturbances of the 1280s and 1290s; administrative decline; attempted recovery under de Geneville; fiscal recovery; chronic peculation; deficiencies of local administration; exchequer reforms; further exploitation of Irish resources: campaigns in France, Wales, and Scotland; and effects upon Ireland: growth of lawlessness.
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