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A Tudor tragedy; the life and times of Catherine Howard by lacey smith

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Holmes, The Estates of the Higher Nobility, pp. 4-5. 15 CaL 16 Holmes, The Estates of the Higher Nobility, p. 58. Stow, Survey, p. P. Venetian, II, 1287, p. 560; IV, 694, pp. 294-5. ; Household Books, p. li. , X, 816; Paston Letters, I, p. 103 ; Raines, The Derby 244, p. 337. , II, ii, 3446, pp. 1465, 1481; XIII, i, 1519, g. , Exchequer 405, List of Miscellaneous names given in the Teller of the Treasury Report for 1539-41*, Rolls 109-10. P. Spanish, IV, i, 232, pp. 367-8. , History of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, IV, pp.

He may have been constantly grasping after the It is realities of power and confusing never the foul-mouthed William may have been remember that the with its shadow, but he was of history books. His brother it illiterate a veritable block-head Duke s , but it is major literary luminary, and his grand-niece was England accomplished sovereign. tradition He may which considered could blow lustily upon well to son, Henry, Earl of Surrey, was a that it s most have belonged to an older was sufficient if a the horn and carry his nobleman hawk with A TUDOR TRAGEDY from being in a class with his illwho were almost illiterate.

Venetian, II, 1287, p. 560; IV, 694, pp. 294-5. ; Household Books, p. li. , X, 816; Paston Letters, I, p. 103 ; Raines, The Derby 244, p. 337. , II, ii, 3446, pp. 1465, 1481; XIII, i, 1519, g. , Exchequer 405, List of Miscellaneous names given in the Teller of the Treasury Report for 1539-41*, Rolls 109-10. P. Spanish, IV, i, 232, pp. 367-8. , History of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, IV, pp. 185, 295, 296. , Art. Francis Bryan*; Essex Arch. Soc. , XV, p. 52. S. XXXII, p. , Art. Francis Knollys ; Visitations ; of Cornwall, pp.

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