The History of the Reigns of Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI and Queen Mary

The History of the Reigns of Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI and Queen Mary

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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. 1676 edition. Excerpt: ... as waited them, and very joyfully welcomed her Ne hew. Three days were spent in banqueting and pastimes, and t n the Emperour went to his Navy at Sand-rich, the King and Qzeen to Dover, from whence they passed to Calais', that the intended Interview of the two Kings might work its due effects. The seventh of Fum-. was the appointed day; the place, between e/Irdrer and Goasom. soner-aim teThere' the two Kings mounted on spzunfh Gennets, attended by 'fififlsuch a multitude of Nobility, as the occasions of a hundred years m pfznu, before had not at once brought together the like, encountred each other, both in the flower of their a e, the oodliest Princes of the therefore returns to Calais, and Franciz to Balozgn. was thence named The golden Camp; Having embraced each other on horse-back, they alight and betake themselves to a Pavilion there purposely pitched: Hem attended on by the Cardinal of rork, and theDukes of Narfbl/e and Saffiillv; Francis by the Admiral Ba-nivqt, the Chancellor du Put, and some other Counsellors. Hab ving had familiar conference concerning some rivate matters, they gave order for erecting a Theatre, and enelo ing a round for a Tilt-yard, that so they might solace themselves, w iles their Council treated of grave: matters, the conclusion whereof the might at leisure every day know by relation. Fourteendays the e Princes gave each other the meeting, with great concourse of most famous Souldiers. Henry then entertained the French King at Gnzsne:, in a House made of Timber (-frained artly in England, tly in Hofland, and thence brought thither ) w erein there were our Mansions: The out-side was covered with Cloth so painted, that it would have deceived the beholders for s uared Stone z the_ in-side was hung with most...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236989953
  • 9781236989956