Historie of the Arrivall of Edward IV. in England; And the Finall Recouerye of His Kingdomes from Henry VI. A.D. M.CCCC.LXXI

Historie of the Arrivall of Edward IV. in England; And the Finall Recouerye of His Kingdomes from Henry VI. A.D. M.CCCC.LXXI

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1838 edition. Excerpt: ...temporall, and othar, in grete nombar, whiche all humbly thanked and lovyd God of his grace, that it plesyd hym that day to gyve to theyr prynce, and soveraygne lord, so prosperous a iowrney, wherby he had supprised them that, of so great malice, had procured and laboryd at theyr powers his uttar destruction, contrary to God, and to theyr faythes and liegeances. On the morow aftar, the Kynge commandyd that the bodyes of the deade lords, th'Erle of Warwicke, and hys brothar the Marques, shuld be browght to Powles in London, and, in the churche there, openly shewyd to all the people; to th'entent that, aftar that, the people shuld not be abused by feyned seditiows tales, which many of them that were wonnt to be towards th'Erle of Varwyke had bene aeeustomyd to make, and, paradventure, so would have made aftar that, ne had the deade bodyes there he shewyd, opne, and naked, and well knowne; for, dovbtles ells the rumore shuld have bene sowne abowte, in all contries, that they bothe, or els, at the leaste, th'Erle of Vi/arwyke, was yet on lyve, upon cursed entent therby to have cawsyd newe murmors, insurrections, and rebellyons, amongst indisposed people; suche, namely, as many dayes had bene lad to great inconveniences, and misehevs-doynge, moyenaunt the false, faynyd fables, and disclandars, that, by his subtiltie and malicious moyvyng, were wont to be seditiously sowne and blowne abowt all the land, by suche persons as cowthe use, and longe had usyd, that cursed eustome; whereof, as it is comonly sayde, right many were towards hym, and, for that entent, returnyd and waged with hym. Here aftar folowithe how hat Qwene Margaret, with hir sonne Edward, called Prince qf ll/ales, aftar theyr arryvall in the west contrye, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123699115X
  • 9781236991157