3 edition of The unfortunate court-favourites of England found in the catalog.
The unfortunate court-favourites of England
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 952, no. 5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
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was contrary to the law of England - it is a pity they did not make the discovery a little sooner - John Felton was simply executed for the murder he had done. A murder it undoubtedly was, and not in the least to be defended: though he had freed England from one of the most profligate, contemptible, and base court favourites to. From Caligula's blood-soaked end to hotelier Steve Wynn's unfortunate run-in with a priceless Picasso, these tales of misery include lost fortunes (like the would-be Apple investor who pulled out in and missed out on a $30 billion-dollar windfall), romance gone wrong (like the 16th-century Shah who experimented with an early form of Author: History Chick.
JOHN OF ENGLAND, King of England, died suddenly in the midst of campaigning at Newark on 19 Oct. , and was buried at Worcester Cathedral where his effigy is to be seen on his tomb. His widow was married for the second time on 10 May to Hugues X de Lusignan, Comte de la Marche (died ), and had nine children. The Historical Families of Dunfriesshire and the Border Wars CHAPTER VII The Book of Complaints, a MS. preserved in the Cathedral Library at Carlisle, contains the names of offenders, who at different times made plundering forays into England. and the revenues of abbeys and churches were bestowed on court favourites and sold to.
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Get this from a library. The unfortunate court-favourites of England: Exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens ; namely, I.
Pierce Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, Earl of Glocester. An in-progress registry of provenance, bindings, annotations, and other evidence for book history from the rare book collections at Princeton. Search. Books sold by Nath. Crouch: Histories, Admirable Curiosities, Extraordinary Adventures, The Unfortunate Court-Favourites of England.
2d Ed. Vol. The Unhappy Princesses. The Unfortunate Court-Favourites of England, Exemplied in Some Remarks Upon the Lives, Actions, and Fatal Fall of Divers Great Men.
with the Picture of Every Monarch and Favourite. the Second Edition. Nathaniel Crouch. The country book-club. A poem. London, Illustration on t.-p. etched by Thomas Rowlandson. Call number: (GA) Rowlandson Call number: (RCPXR) Excerpt: “The rural bookseller of aspect pale, And bent with age, comes tott’ring down the vale Who but has heard his tale, so often told, Of famous men, whose names he once.
Perry only once concedes that gossip about favourites had a shelf life and a political purchase that extended beyond the civil wars, mentioning the renewed interest in the topic during the constitutional crises of the late Restoration – the most recent literary text he cites is Nathaniel Crouch’s The Unfortunate Court Favourites of England.
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The unfortunate court-favourites of England, exemplied in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men.
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T his little book is an attempt to relate in a short, concise, and simple form the main outlines of England’s economic and industrial history.
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A compendium of unfortunate court favourites: Piers Gaveston (c), Hugh Despenser (c) and Hugh le Despenser (), Roger Mortimer (), Hugh de Stafford (c), Cardinal Wolsey (c), Thomas Lord Cromwell (c), Robert Devereux (), George Villiers (), Thomas Wentworth.
The unfortunate girl was nicknamed "La Beltraneja," a name that stuck with her not only throughout her life but down through the centuries. It did not help his position that his queen had recently given birth to yet another child who could not possibly have been sired by Enrique because the royal couple had been living in different places/5(20).
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