A Chronicle of the First Thirteen Years of the Reign of King Edward the Fourth, Volume 10

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Camden Society, 1839 - 79 páginas
 

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Página 63 - Turn, O backsliding children, saith the Lord ; for I am married unto you : and I will take you one of a city, and two of a family, and I will bring you to Zion...
Página 59 - On halmesse evyn, abowt thre after noyne, comyn into the Comowne Howus, the Lordys spiritual and temporal, excepte the Kyng, the Duk of York...
Página xix - IIII reigned the people looked after all the forsaid prosperity and peace but it came not; but one battle after another and much trouble, and great loss of goods among the common people.
Página 60 - And alle these mateyrs, agreyd, assentyt, and inactyt by the auctoritie of thys present parlement. And ferthermore, the statutes mad in the tyme of Kyng Herry the Fowrth, wherby the croune was curtaylet to hys issu male, utterly anullyd and evertyth, wyth alle other statutes and grantys mad by the seyd Kynges days, Kyng Herry the fift, and Kyng Kerry the sixte, in the infforsing of the tytel of Kyng Herry the Fourth in general.
Página 15 - Clarence ; whiche, in conclusions, was distruccion bothe to hym and them : for perjury schall nevere have better ende, witheoute grete grace of God. Videfinem, fyc. Kyng Herry thenne was in Londone, and the Archebysshoppe of Yorke, withein the Bysschoppys of Londone palece. And on the wennysday next before Ester-day, Kynge Herry and the Archebysschoppe of Yorke with hym roode aboute Londone, and desirede the peple to be trew unto hym ; and every manne seide thei wulde. Nevere the latter, Urswyke,recordereof...
Página v - SIR HENRY ELLIS, KH, FRS, Sec. SA THE REV. JOSEPH HUNTER, FSA PETER LEVESQUE, ESQ. FSA SIR FREDERIC MADDEN, KH, FRS, FSA THOMAS JOSEPH PETTIGREW, ESQ.
Página 9 - Queens," iii., 338, and Warkworth's " Chronicle," p. 9. This last authority says : " And whenne the seide Duke of Clarence and the Erle of Warwyke were in Fraunce, there apperede a blasynge sterre in the weste, and the flame therof lyke a spere hede, the whiche dyverse of the kynges house sawe it, whereof thei were fulle sore adrede. And thanne in Fraunce whenne the seide lordes where, thei toke there counselle qwhat was beste for to do ; and thei coude fynde no remedy but to sende to...
Página 3 - Page 161, line 30. Mine full of sorrow and harts discontent.] " Also the fourthe yere of Kynge Edwarde, the Erle of Warwyke was sent into Fraunce for a maryage for the Kynge, for one fayre ladye, suster-doughtere to the Kynge of Fraunce, whiche was concludede by the Erle of Warwyke. And whiles the seyde...
Página 32 - Over the same gate stondyng a greet Gyant delyveryng the keyes. " The Receyoyng atte Temple Crosse next following ; — " There was Seynt George on horsbakke, uppon a tent, fyghtyng with a dragon ; and the Kyng and the Quene on hygh in a castell, and his doughter benethe with a lambe ; and atte the sleying of the dragon ther was a greet melody of aungellys.
Página 10 - And in the same x. yere aforeseide, a lytelle before Michaelmesse, the Duke of Clarence and the Erle of Warwyke londede in the west countre, and gadered there a grete peple. The Lorde Markes Montagu hade gaderyd vi. Ml. men, by Kynge Edwardes commysyone and commaundement, to the. entente to have recistecle the seide Duke of Clarence, and the Erle of Warwyke. Nevere the lattere, the seide Markes Montagu hatyde the Kynge, and purposede to have taken hym ; and whenne he was withein a myle of Kynge Edwarde,...