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Fri Mar 21 17:10:25 2014 UTClccn-n500350680.00The First and second partes of King Edward the Fourth. Containing his mery pastime with the Tanner of Tamworth, as also his loue to faire Mistrisse Shoare ... Likewise the besieging of London, by the Bastard Falconbridge, and the valiant defence of the same by the Lord Maior and the Cittizens, etc. [By Thomas Heywood. In verse.] G.L0.301.00The First Part of a Brief Register, Kalendar and Survey of the several Kinds, Forms of all Parliamentary VVrits: Comprising In 3. Sections, all Writs, Forms of Summons to Great Councils, Parliaments, Convocations in the Tower, from the 5th of King John (1203) till 23 Edw. 4. (1483) to all sorts of Spiritual and Temporal Lords, Great- men (Members of,) and the Kings Counsil (Assistants to) The House Of Lords: With other Rare Writs, and 4. Exact Alphabetical, Chro- nological Tables: 1. Of all Abbots, Priors, Masters of Orders, Clergy-men, (except Bishops:) 2. Of all Dukes, Earls, Forreign Kings, Marquesses, Princes of Wales: 3. Of all Lay-Barons, Lords, Vicounts, Great men: 4. Of all the Kings Counsil (Justices, Clerks, or other Officers) with the several numbers of each of them, and of Bishops, summoned to every Council, Parliament, and the Years, Rolls, Dorses in every Kings reign, wherein their names are recorded. Illustrated with choice, usefull Annotations, Observations concer- ning these Writs differences, alterations, entries in the Clause Rolls: the Stiles, Titles, Additions of Patriarcha, Cardinalis, Electus, Confirmatus, Ma gister, &c. given in them to Spiritual; of Baro, Miles, Dominus, &c. to Temporal Lords; with their Baronies, Fealty, Homage, Oaths, right of Session, Judicature: The Clergies forms of Procurations; Exemption from Taxes by the Laity: Our Kings Prerogative to call, prorogue, dissolve Parliaments, hold them by a Custos Regni, or Commissioners, by Patents (here cited;) to create Peers, Barons by Patent, special (not general) Writs (here registred;) to summon extraordinary Members, Assistants; Their proprie- ty in Parliaments, dissolved by their deaths; The Power of their Counsil in, and out of them; The Constitution, Jurisdiction, Proceedings, Pri- vileges, Ends, Duties of English Parliaments, Lords, Commons; Their in consistence with armed guards, seclusion of Members (by force, oathes, me- naces) and with Scotish, or Irish Intruders; Their late differences from Councils. Parliamentum, when first used in Writs, Acts, Histories, &c. With other particulars. Publishing more Rarities, rectifying more Er- rors in vulgar Writers, touching our Parliaments, than any former Trea- tises of this Subject286746619n 5003506870386Edouard IV, 1442-1483Edward IV, 1442-1483Edward IV. England, King 1442-1483Edward IV, King of England, 1442-1483Edward IV roi d'Angleterre 1442-1483lccn-n50022952Shore, Jane-1527?lccn-n80037043RichardIIIKing of England1452-1485lccn-n50047892ElizabethQueen, consort of Edward IV, King of England1437?-1492lccn-nb98029874Bennett, Vanora1962-lccn-n79060552Plaidy, Jean1906-1993lccn-no96052797London Film Productionslccn-n50035069EdwardVKing of England1470-1483lccn-n50022308Rowe, Nicholas1674-1718lccn-n50000443Garrick, David1717-1779lccn-no00098099Dillon, Carmen1908-2000EdwardIVKing of England1442-1483PeriodicalsHistoryYearbooksGreat BritainEdward--IV,--King of England,Shore, Jane,Richard--III,--King of England,Wars of the Roses (Great Britain : 1455-1485)Kings and rulersEnglandMurderMistressesElizabeth,--Queen, consort of Edward IV, King of England,Political scienceQueensSilk weavingBeaufort, Margaret,--Countess of Richmond and Derby,Political prisonersEdward--V,--King of England,Shakespeare, William,Roger the Chapman (Fictitious character)Oxford, John de Vere,--Earl of,Hastings, William Hastings,--Lord,BiographyMorton, John,Relations with womenRoyal householdsMilitary leadershipPricesElizabeth,--Queen, consort of Henry VII, King of England,England--LondonEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanKing Richard III (Shakespeare, William)Warwick, Richard Neville,--Earl of,Margaret,--of Anjou, Queen, consort of Henry VI, King of England,Tudor, House ofHenry--V,--King of England,Lancaster, House ofHenry--IV,--King of England,Henry--VII,--King of England,Henry--VI,--King of England,Catherine,--of Valois, Queen, consort of Henry V, King of England,Kings and rulers--DepositionYork, House ofRichard--II,--King of England,English dramaLaw reports, digests, etcClothing and dressFinance, PersonalYearbooksJames,--Prince of Wales,MonarchyDivine right of kings14421483145014591461146414681470147514791502150515621596159916001605161316181619162616301640164116481649165116551659166016641671167416781680168516901692170017101714171617321748175017601762176417701775177717791780178517891790179117921794179517961801180218041807180818091811181518161820182218231824182518271828182918301834183518381839184218451850185318541855185718761890190019011903190419071910191119121915191819221923192519291931193319341937193919401946194819501954195519591963196619671968196919711972197319741975197719811982198319841986198819891990199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320814279611DA430622ocn766812914file15020.73De termino Pasche anno vii. Edwardi iiiiPeriodicalsYearbooks322ocn606549569file15020.79De termino pasche anno iiii. Edwardi iiii322ocn606549573file15020.79De termino Pasche. anno v. Edwardi quarti81ocn257681152book18280.32Calendarium inquisitionum post mortem sive escaetarum41ocn832564560book19230.28Scofield, Cora LThe Life and reign of Edward the fourth, King of England and of France and Lord of Ireland : In two vol41ocn831722811book19230.47Scofield, Cora LouiseThe Life and reign of Edward the fourth, King of England and of France and Lord of Ireland : In two vol31ocn257892375book15990.47Commynes, Philippus deHistoriæ Philippi Cominæi, Eqvitis Avrati : Continentes res, quae olim inter Ludovicum XI. Galliae Regem, Carolum Burgundiae Ducem: et Eduardum Regem Angliae: nec non inter Carolum Burgundum, Et Helvetios, gestae fuere21ocn559556457book1600The First and second partes of King Edward the Fourth. Containing his mery pastime with the Tanner of Tamworth, as also his loue to faire Mistrisse Shoare ... Likewise the besieging of London, by the Bastard Falconbridge, and the valiant defence of the same by the Lord Maior and the Cittizens, etc. [By Thomas Heywood. In verse.] G.L11ocn493927138book18280.47Calendarium inquisitionum post mortem sive escaetarum11ocn270745195book14680.10EdwardWestminster11ocn417664211book1807Choix de beaux exemples tireĢs des auteurs anciens et modernes : Pour l'Instruction et l'Amusement de la Jeunesse11ocn613910401book16920.93The Late King James's letter to his privy-counsellors with just reflections upon it, and upon the pretended Prince of Wales : and a short account of the judgment of the Parliament, I E. 4 in confutation of the author of The case of allegiance to a king in possession, with the reason why the sham birth has not been publickly expos'dHistory11ocn610414563book16780.47The yearbooks11ocn270743127book14750.10EdwardLondon, to Galeazzo Maria Sforza, Duke of MilanAsking his assistance to Earl Rivers, the King's brother-in-law, on a projected visit to Milan during a tour of Italy11ocn613976224book16741.00Calthrop, HenryThe Liberties, Usages, And Customs Of The City of London, Confirmed by especial Acts of Par- liament, with the time of their Confirmation. Also, Divers ample, and most beneficial Char- ters, granted by King Henry the 6th, King Edward the 4th, and King Henry the 7th, not confirmed by Parliament, as the other Charters were. And where to find every particular Grant and Confirmation at large. Published for the good and benefit of this Honble. City11ocn270745310book0.10Edward11ocn643680737book19310.4710 Edward IV and 49 Henry VI, A.D. 147011ocn613957896book16591.00Prynne, WilliamThe First Part of a Brief Register, Kalendar and Survey of the several Kinds, Forms of all Parliamentary VVrits: Comprising In 3. Sections, all Writs, Forms of Summons to Great Councils, Parliaments, Convocations in the Tower, from the 5th of King John (1203) till 23 Edw. 4. (1483) to all sorts of Spiritual and Temporal Lords, Great- men (Members of,) and the Kings Counsil (Assistants to) The House Of Lords: With other Rare Writs, and 4. Exact Alphabetical, Chro- nological Tables: 1. Of all Abbots, Priors, Masters of Orders, Clergy-men, (except Bishops:) 2. Of all Dukes, Earls, Forreign Kings, Marquesses, Princes of Wales: 3. Of all Lay-Barons, Lords, Vicounts, Great men: 4. Of all the Kings Counsil (Justices, Clerks, or other Officers) with the several numbers of each of them, and of Bishops, summoned to every Council, Parliament, and the Years, Rolls, Dorses in every Kings reign, wherein their names are recorded. Illustrated with choice, usefull Annotations, Observations concer- ning these Writs differences, alterations, entries in the Clause Rolls: the Stiles, Titles, Additions of Patriarcha, Cardinalis, Electus, Confirmatus, Ma gister, &c. given in them to Spiritual; of Baro, Miles, Dominus, &c. to Temporal Lords; with their Baronies, Fealty, Homage, Oaths, right of Session, Judicature: The Clergies forms of Procurations; Exemption from Taxes by the Laity: Our Kings Prerogative to call, prorogue, dissolve Parliaments, hold them by a Custos Regni, or Commissioners, by Patents (here cited;) to create Peers, Barons by Patent, special (not general) Writs (here registred;) to summon extraordinary Members, Assistants; Their proprie- ty in Parliaments, dissolved by their deaths; The Power of their Counsil in, and out of them; The Constitution, Jurisdiction, Proceedings, Pri- vileges, Ends, Duties of English Parliaments, Lords, Commons; Their in consistence with armed guards, seclusion of Members (by force, oathes, me- naces) and with Scotish, or Irish Intruders; Their late differences from Councils. Parliamentum, when first used in Writs, Acts, Histories, &c. With other particulars. Publishing more Rarities, rectifying more Er- rors in vulgar Writers, touching our Parliaments, than any former Trea- tises of this Subject11ocn270886682book14640.10EdwardAn extract from a treaty between him and James III of Scotland11ocn756794312book15050.10De termino sancte Trinitatis. An. xi. E. iiiiYearbooks150412ocn232978036book20080.13Bennett, VanoraFigures in silkHistoryFictionIn 1471 England, two daughters of a silk merchant follow different paths. Jane Shore becomes the mistress of the king and her sister Isabel becomes powerful in the silk industry+-+K934316155149117ocn054806624visu19550.25Shakespeare, WilliamRichard IIIHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsBegins by recapitulating the final scene of Henry IV, Part III with Edward IV being crowned king. In the background of the celebration, Richard jealously views the proceedings. Soon afterwards, Edward IV is murdered, drowned in a vat of wine. Richard becomes king and, after proceeding with a succession of intrigues and duplicities, he finds his kingdom in dire peril, set upon by Henry Tudor and mustering a final defense for his realm at the Battle of Bosworth. An immortal tale of lust, murder, treachery and the ruthless pursuit of power+-+99086553253248915ocn009643035book19820.13Plaidy, JeanThe sun in splendourHistoryFictionHistorical fictionDescribes the intrigues and romances surrounding the reigns of Edward IV and his brother Richard, the last of the Plantagenet kings+-+43478044553248891ocn010127514book19830.25St. Aubyn, GilesThe year of three kings, 1483HistoryBiography8588ocn000700656book19730.28Clive, MaryThis sun of York; a biography of Edward IVHistoryBiography8253ocn460060191book20100.12Sedley, KateWheel of fateHistoryFictionDetective and mystery storiesThe intrepid peddler, Roger the Chapman, returns home after months on the road, only to learn that his wife has left him after hearing that he fathered an illegitimate child. Panicked, Roger follows his wife to London after learning she's staying with distant cousins, the Godsloves. After he pleads his case and his wife agrees to reconcile, Roger learns that the Godsloves believe they're under a curse; after urging from his wife, he investigates their claim. In the chaos of London in the wake of the death of King Edward IV, Roger employs all his considerable investigative skills to the Godslove case and eventually learns of a terrible secret from their past+-+05231327257331ocn032969907book19950.23Seward, DesmondThe Wars of the Roses : through the lives of five men and women of the fifteenth centuryHistoryBiographyProfiles five well-known people during the Wars of the Roses in 15th century England+-+73079352153247093ocn000863066book19500.16Plaidy, JeanThe goldsmith's wifeHistoryFictionThe beautiful wife of a goldsmith catches the eye of Edward IV, and is soon installed in London as his favorite mistress6927ocn000910590book17850.73Rowe, NicholasThe tragedy of Jane ShoreHistoryDrama6883ocn000023450book19690.19Westcott, Jan VlachosThe white roseHistoryFiction5524ocn001416153book19660.56Simons, Eric NThe reign of Edward IVHistory5159ocn436618984book20100.12Higginbotham, SusanThe stolen crown : it was a secret marriage ... one that changed the fate of England foreverHistoryFictionHistorical fictionTrapped in the Wars of the Roses, one woman finds herself sister to the queen ... and traitor to the crown+-+41128775965008ocn001251022book19740.33Ross, Charles DerekEdward IVHistoryBiographyIn his own time Edward IV was seen as an able and successful king who rescued England from the miseries of civil war and provided the country with firm, judicious, and popular government+-+572825558532440513ocn000417664book18270.84Nicolas, Nicholas HarrisPrivy purse expenses of Elizabeth of York: wardrobe accounts of Edward the FourthHistorySources36018ocn000602067book18380.73Bruce, JohnHistorie of the arrivall of Edward IV in England and the finall recouerye of his kingdomes from Henry VI A.D.M. CCCC.-LXXIHistory3174ocn000907487book19590.70Myers, A. RThe household of Edward IV: the black book and the Ordinance of 1478History2971ocn035593252book19960.20Weir, AlisonThe Wars of the RosesHistoryChronicles the struggles of the Lancaster and York families to control the British monarchy, while offering profiles of such figures as Katherine of Valois, Elizabeth Wydville, and Margaret of Anjou+-+08895909852914ocn000457680book19230.66Scofield, Cora LThe life and reign of Edward the Fourth, King of England and France and Lord of IrelandHistory2874ocn062475092book20050.16Graeme-Evans, PosieThe belovedHistoryFiction'The beloved' is the thrilling climax to the trilogy that began with 'The Innocent' and 'The Exiled' and brings Posie Graeme-Evans' bittersweet story of two lovers divided by the throne of England to its dramatic conclusion+-+57018359852844ocn802059788com20100.37Santiuste, DavidEdward IV and the Wars of the RosesHistoryBiographyIndisputably the most effective general of the Wars of the Roses, Edward IV died in his bed, undefeated in battle. Yet Edward has not achieved the martial reputation of other warrior kings such as Henry V - perhaps because he fought battles against his own people in a civil war. It has also been suggested that he lacked the personal discipline expected of a truly great commander. But, as David Santiuste shows in this perceptive and highly readable new study, Edward was a formidable military leader whose strengths and subtlety have not been fully recognized+-+7584069936+-+K934316155Fri Mar 21 15:49:37 EDT 2014batch37497