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Fri Mar 21 17:15:39 2014 UTClccn-n790817090.06Elizabeth I, red rose of the House of Tudor /0.260.90The last speech and thanks of Queen Elizabeth, of ever blessed memory, to her last Parliament after her delivery from the popish plots, &c97107753Elizabeth_I_of_Englandn 79081709314239Bess, Queen of England, 1533-1603Elisabet I, d'AnglaterraElisabet I, d'Anglaterra, 1533-1603Elisabet I, drottning av England, 1533-1603Elisabet I, Queen of England, 1533-1603Elisabet I, reina d'AnglaterraElisabet I, reina d'Anglaterra i d'Irlanda, 1533-1603Elisabet I, reina del Regne UnitElisabet Tudor, drottning av England, 1533-1603Élisabeth d'Angleterre 1533-1603Elisabeth IElisabeth I. Angleterre, Reine 1533-1603Elisabeth I. England, Queen 1533-1603Elisabeth I, koningin van Engeland, 1533-1603Elisabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603Élisabeth I (reine d'Angleterre ; 1533-1603).Elisabeth (Königin von EnglandElisabeth, reine d'Angleterre, 1533-1603Élisabeth TudorÉlisabeth Tudor 1533-1603Elisabetta I, Anglijas karaliene, 1533-1603Elisabetta I, Queen of England, 1533-1603Elisabetta I, reina d'Anglaterra, 1533-1603Elizabeth 01 Of EnglandElizabeth 1sei, 1533-1603, Igirisu JoouElizabeth 1セイ, 1533-1603, イギリス ジョオウElizabeth I., anglická královna, 1533-1603Elizabeth I, Anglijas karaliene, 1533-1603Elizabeth I, drottning av England, 1533-1603Elizabeth I. England, Königin 1533-1603Elizabeth I. England, Queen 1533-1603Elizabeth I, Queen, 1533-1603Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603Elizabeth I (queen of England ; 1533-1603). [m]Elizabeth I, reina d'Anglaterra, 1533-1603Élizabeth I, reine d'AngleterreElizabeth I reine d'Angleterre 1533-1603Elizabeth, Königin von England 1533-1603Elizabeth, Queen of England, 1533-1603Elizabeth Tudor, drottning av England, 1533-1603Elizabetha.Elizabetha I. Anglia, Regina 1533-1603Elizaveta Ti︠u︡dor, 1533-1603Elżbieta I Tudor (1533-1603).Isabel I, reina d'Anglaterra, 1533-1603Tiudor, Elizaveta.Ti︠u︡dor, Elizaveta, 1533-1603Tudor, Elisabet, drottning av England, 1533-1603Tudor Élisabeth 1533-1603Tudor, Elizabeth, 1533-1603Елизавета I, Anglijas karaliene, 1533-1603Елизавета Тюдор, 1533-1603Тюдор, Елизавета, 1533-1603エリザベスlccn-n80051888England and WalesSovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I)lccn-n50048266Leicester, Robert DudleyEarl of1532?-1588lccn-n50043642MaryIQueen of England1516-1558lccn-n80044764MaryQueen of Scots1542-1587lccn-n78019738Harper, Karen(Karen S.)lccn-n50032698Burghley, William CecilBaron1520-1598lccn-n79113093HenryVIIIKing of England1491-1547lccn-n97047116Buckley, Fionalccn-no2011141534Weir, Alison1951-fast-834122Blanchard, Ursula (Fictitious character)ElizabethIQueen of England1533-1603HistorySourcesBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcChurch historyBibliography‡vExhibition catalogsExhibition catalogsMusical settingsRecords and correspondenceMusicElizabeth--I,--Queen of England,Great BritainQueensEnglandLeicester, Robert Dudley,--Earl of,Favorites, RoyalPolitical scienceScotlandNobilityMary--I,--Queen of England,Kings and rulers--SuccessionKings and rulersMan-woman relationshipsEssex, Robert Devereux,--Earl of,Walsingham, Francis,--Sir,Jewish familiesJewish girlsSpainDudley, Amy Robsart,--Lady,Burghley, William Cecil,--Baron,Murder victimsMary,--Queen of Scots,Jewish fictionRaleigh, Walter,Spain.--ArmadaRelations with ScotsArmada (1588)Philip--II,--King of Spain,FamiliesMonarchyManners and customsVisits of stateRoyal visitorsRites and ceremoniesProcessionsWomen and literatureChristian poetry, FrenchStyle, LiteraryChurch of EnglandElizabeth (Motion picture)Attempted assassinationInternational relationsProclamationsEcclesiastical lawHenry--VIII,--King of England,Wine--PricesRelations with courts and courtiersPiratesNetherlandsFriendship1533160315331535153815441548155215561558155915601561156215631564156515661567156815691570157115721573157415751576157715781579158015811582158315841585158615871588158915901591159215931594159515961597159815991600160116021603160416051606160716081609161016121613161516161617161816191620162216231624162516261627162816291630163116321633163416351636163716381639164016411642164316441647164816491650165116521653165416551656165716581659166016611662166316641665166716701671167216731674167516771678167916801681168216831684168616871688168916901691169216931694169516961697169816991700170117021703170417051706170717081709171117121713171417151716171717191720172117221723172517271728172917301731173217331736173717381739174017411742174317451746174717491750176117651767177017741775177617771778178017811783178417851787178817901791179217941795179617971799180018011802180318041805180618071808180918101811181418151816181718181819182018211822182318241825182618271829183018311832183318351836183718381839184018411842184318441847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201440295645039883942.055DA350ocn000368626ocn003640685ocn003164074ocn000781764ocn002610313ocn780196468ocn213804015ocn458091374ocn857904333ocn844704573ocn832510719ocn258252075ocn257432059ocn257824708ocn440216763ocn439465002ocn837804098ocn417652460ocn246105312ocn457063542ocn832461205ocn832461185ocn834412825ocn834412798ocn459785126ocn871068314ocn457561796ocn801203437ocn798593787ocn073797165ocn866070500QueensWomen13504ocn042328607file19930.47Shell, MarcElizabeth's glass with "The glass of the Sinful Soul" (1544) by Elizabeth I, and "Epistle dedicatory" & "Conclusion" (1548) by John BaleHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyAs a girl of eleven, Elizabeth I translated into English a poem by Marguerite of Navarre on incest, spiritual and physical. Four years later her translation, titled "The Glass of the Sinful Soul," was published by the Protestant reformer John Bale. However ingenuous Elizabeth may have been at eleven, she surely realized the implications of the tract when she permitted new editions in 1568, 1582, and 1590. Its bearing on her own family and her precarious hold on the throne was all too obvious when dissenters accused both her father, Henry VIII, and her mother, Ann Boleyn, of adultery, when her father had sought to annul his first marriage on grounds of incest, when her mother was accused by Henry of incest, and when Elizabeth herself was deemed a bastard. Making Elizabeth's little-known work readily available to today's scholars, Elizabeth's Glass includes a photographic reproduction of Elizabeth's manuscript and a modern transcription, as well as John Bale's additions to his 1548 edition. In an erudite and penetrating introduction, Marc Shell investigates the complex political, familial, theological, and ecclesiastical forces that made Elizabeth acutely conscious of incest and made her translation an emblem of a controversy that stormed throughout Reformation Europe105132ocn660695254file18490.53ElizabethLetters of Queen Elizabeth and King James VI of Scotland some of them printed from originals in the possession of the Rev. Edward Ryder and others from a ms. which formerly belonged to Sir Peter Thompson, kt.HistorySourcesRecords and correspondence5609ocn000919019book19640.59ElizabethThe poems of Queen Elizabeth I52223ocn606548529file15800.76England and WalesBy the Queene. A proclamation for the prices of winesHistory43813ocn001409690book19510.70ElizabethThe public speaking of Queen Elizabeth; selections from her official addressesSources34818ocn023012686file15590.81England and WalesIniunctions geuen by the Queenes Maiestie, anno Domini 1559, the fyrst yere of the raigne of our soueraigne lady Queene ElizabethHistoryChurch historySources3318ocn023012292file15640.86England and WalesIniunctions geuen by the Queenes Maiestie, anno Domini 1559, the first yere of the raigne of our soueraigne lady Queene ElizabethChurch history24418ocn606483292file15590.70Church of EnglandIniunctions geuen by the Quenes Maiestie Anno Domini. M.D. LIX. The fyrst yeare of the raigne of our soueraigne lady Quene Elizabeth. Cum priuilegio Regiæ MaiestatisChurch history2376ocn065343637file17370.84L. DReasons for a war against Spain in a letter from a merchant of London trading to America, to a member of the House of Commons : with a plan of operations22813ocn000368626book18990.76ElizabethQueen Elizabeth's Englishings of Boethius, De consolatione philosophiae, A.D. 1593; Plutarch, de curiositate [1598]; Horace, De arte poetica (part) A.D. 15982142ocn007008752book19800.28A Portrait of Elizabeth I, in the words of the Queen and her contemporariesHistoryBiographySources2087ocn065325932file15850.84England and WalesA declaration of the causes mooving the Queene of England to giue aide to the defence of the people afflicted and oppressed in the Lowe CountriesHistory20211ocn606545445file15730.81England and WalesIniunctions giuen by the Queenes Maiestie Anno Dom. 1559. The first yeere of the raigne of our soueraign Lady Queene Elizabeth. Cum priuilegio Regiæ MaiestatisChurch historySources1952ocn052033863book20030.73Elizabeth I : then and nowHistoryBibliography Exhibition catalogsExhibition catalogs+-+K8783404751823ocn002769999book0.79Great BritainList and analysis of state papers, foreign series: Elizabeth IHistorySources+-+95371682363241796ocn606535745file16010.79England and WalesBy the Queene. A proclamation to represse all piracies and depredations vpon the seasHistorySources1765ocn606528803file15910.81England and WalesBy the Queene. A proclamation to be published in Cornewall, Deuonshire, Dorcetshire and Hampshire, for restitution of goods lately taken on the seas from the subiects of the King of Spaine by way of reprisallHistory1755ocn012495023book16790.90England and WalesThe last speech and thanks of Queen Elizabeth, of ever blessed memory, to her last Parliament after her delivery from the popish plots, &cHistorySources1631ocn026189611score19610.66Porter, QuincyThree Elizabethan songsMusical settingsMusic1575ocn012277824book16420.88England and WalesQueene Elizabeths speech to her last Parliament [30. of November 1601]337934ocn000399053book19580.25Jenkins, ElizabethElizabeth the GreatHistoryBiographyIn a detailed and intimate narrative of the life and reign of Elizabeth I, her character and the magnitude of her personality are clearly evident+-+1716767936314959ocn000399135book19280.29Strachey, LyttonElizabeth and Essex : a tragic historyHistoryBiographyDramatizes one of the most famous and most baffling romances in history -- between Elizabeth I, Queen of England, and Robert Devereux, the vital, handsome Earl of Essex. It began in May of 1587 when she was 53 and Essex was not yet 20 and continued until 1601+-+2568371065297146ocn154725577visu19980.21Kapur, ShekharElizabethHistoryChurch historyFictionDramaQueen Elizabeth I must learn to weigh her counsel carefully and ignore her private yearnings if she is to keep her crown--and her head. A thriller of intrigue in the court of one of history's greatest monarchs289422ocn053896719book20030.14Gregory, PhilippaThe queen's fool : a novelHistoryFictionHistorical fictionIn 1553, Hannah Green, a young Jewish girl, flees to London to escape the Spanish Inquisition and catches the attention of Robert Dudley, who plans to use her talents for observation and second sight+-+6251978925244915ocn003751137book19780.14Holt, VictoriaMy enemy the QueenHistoryFictionBiographical fictionIt was Lettice who married the Earl of Leicester, whom Elizabeth I loved. It was Lettice who was the mother of the Queen's beloved Earl of Essex. It was always Lettice, the constant spoiler in the triangle of love surrounding Elizabeth+-+4487574995241912ocn176950051book20080.14Weir, AlisonThe Lady Elizabeth : a novelHistoryFictionBiographical fictionHistorical fictionA vivid fictional portrait of the tumultuous early life of Queen Elizabeth I describes her perilous path to the throne of England and the scandal, political intrigues, and religious turmoil she confronted along the way, from the deaths of her parents, Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII, to the fanaticism of her sister, Mary I+-+2080490985236917ocn008931064book19830.23Erickson, CarollyThe first ElizabethHistoryBiographyA portrait of the Tudor queen and her times attempts to give an accurate portrayal of Elizabeth's complex personality+-+K79316768523084ocn040762522book19990.06Lasky, KathrynElizabeth I, red rose of the House of TudorHistoryJuvenile worksFictionIn a series of diary entries, Princess Elizabeth, the eleven-year-old daughter of King Henry VIII, celebrates holidays and birthdays, relives her mother's execution, revels in her studies, and agonizes over her father's health+-+693931540521454ocn031012319book19970.06Thomas, Jane ReshBehind the mask : the life of Queen Elizabeth IHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyFictionA biography of Elizabeth I that describes her triumphant reign as well as the childhood that shaped the woman she became. A behind-the-scenes look at Gloriana that discusses her childhood, how she overcame opposition to become queen, & her subsequent manipulation of people, the court, & foreigners to attain greatness. A behind-the-scenes look at the long-lived queen, discussing her childhood, how she overcame opposition to become queen, & her subsequent manipulation of people, the court, & foreigners to attain greatness. Elizabeth I (1533-1603) impressed herself more vividly on the memory of the world than any other monarch in the history of England. She successfully established and maintained power while refusing to bow to the wishes of those who believed no woman was fit to occupy the English throne. This biography describes the opulent but cruel childhood that shaped the woman Elizabeth became and details her triumphant reign, as well as the unrelenting forces that opposed her. Exploring the answers to some of history's most persistent and intriguing questions, Jane Resh Thomas has created a compelling account of Elizabeth's life that shatters the myths surrounding her and allows readers an unprecedented view of the queen as a human being. Full-color insert, chronology, bibliography, index+-+1576410485214412ocn056108513book20040.15Gregory, PhilippaThe virgin's loverHistoryFictionA fictional portrait of the early years of the reign of Elizabeth I follows the young queen as she copes with intrigues aimed at placing Mary, Queen of Scots, on the British throne, and her passion for the traitorous Robert Dudley+-+3061078925211913ocn039458969book19980.20Weir, AlisonThe life of Elizabeth IHistoryBiography"Perhaps the most influential sovereign England has ever known, Queen Elizabeth I reigned prosperously for more than forty years, from 1558 until her death in 1603. During her rule, however, she remained an extremely private person, keeping her own counsel and sharing secrets with no one - not even her closest, most trusted advisors. Now, in this brilliantly researched, fascinating new book, acclaimed biographer Alison Weir brings the enigmatic figure of Elizabeth I to life as never before."--BOOK JACKET. "Against a lavish backdrop of pageantry and passion, intrigue and war, Weir dispels the myths surrounding Elizabeth I and examines the contradictions of her character, exploring complex questions. Elizabeth I loved the Earl of Leicester, but did she conspire to murder his wife? She called herself the Virgin Queen, but how chaste was she through dozens of liaisons? She never married, but was her choice to remain single tied to the chilling fate of her mother, Anne Boleyn?"--BOOK JACKET+-+688059098521034ocn018983839book19900.06Stanley, DianeGood Queen Bess : the story of Elizabeth I of EnglandHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyFollows the life of the strong-willed queen who ruled England in the time of Shakespeare and the defeat of the Spanish Armada+-+4563132755209121ocn052295507book20030.21Dunn, JaneElizabeth and Mary : cousins, rivals, queensHistoryBiographyA dual portrait of England's Queen Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots documents their complex relationship, different characteristics, and ideals, and discusses their reigns, power struggle, and influence on British history+-+8343590285204517ocn181912522visu20070.19Kapur, ShekharElizabeth the golden ageHistoryFictionDramaHistorical filmsHistorical drama1585: Philip II's Catholic Spain is the most powerful empire in the world. Only England, ruled by Protestant Elizabeth, stands against him. The Queen is threatened by a depleted treasury, constant threats of assassination, and plots by Philip to install her cousin, Queen Mary of Scotland, on her throne. To which end a great armada is poised to invade England--as punishment for the capture of his treasure-ships, and to make Europe safe for Catholicism--even as Elizabeth's attention is diverted to Sir Walter Raleigh, returned from the New World with two gifts: the territory of Virginia and tobacco. Facing her greatest challenge, Elizabeth must rally her country to safeguard her kingdom, destroy her enemies, and secure her position as "Mother to her people."19888ocn045417300book20010.20Starkey, DavidElizabeth : the struggle for the throneHistoryBiographyAn abused child, yet confident of her destiny to reign, a woman in a man's world, Elizabeth I was to be famed as England's most successful ruler. This biography, by concentrating on the formative early years--from her birth in 1533 to her accession in 1558--shows how her experiences of danger and adventure formed her remarkable character and shaped her opinions and beliefs. In growing up, Elizabeth experienced every vicissitude of fortune and every extreme of condition. She was three years old at the time of her mother's execution; when she was a young woman, her step-father cut her dress off of her with a knife. She had been Princess and inheritrix of England--then bastardized and disinherited. At sixteen she was the head of a great princely household. Yet she was also an accused traitor on the verge of execution. Amid all this, she had mastered the most advanced classical curriculum of the day. But it was her lessons in the school of life that mattered more--and that taught her her humanity. David Starkey re-creates a host of extravagant characters, madcap schemes and tragic plots, while using original documents to point up the importance of the rituals of power and life at court. Elizabeth, whose own Protestant faith was personal and sophisticated, was extremely judicious in her handling of Reform, as in her choice of advisors and councilors. Here, too, is a fresh view of the famous rivalry between the daughters of Henry VIII: the pious Catholic Mary and her clever sister. While Elizabeth remained utterly devoted to her father, she was also determined not to lose her opportunity for power--and not to make the same mistakes as Mary. The skill with which she achieved her goal proved to be a sign that England had reached a watershed moment in its history. Starkey's close attention to detail and vivid storytelling ability combine to produce a narrative of these extraordinary years that reads like a novel+-+8249365155192321ocn000399038book19440.31Jenkins, ElizabethElizabeth and LeicesterHistoryBiographyHistorical account centering around the relationship between the Queen and the Earl of Leicester+-+0510767936192044ocn005848112book19340.37Neale, J. EQueen Elizabeth I : a biographyHistoryBiographyOffers information on Elizabeth I (1533-1603), queen of England and Ireland, presented by Greenwich. Lists key events that occurred during her lifetime, such as the Plague of London in 1563 and the destruction of the Spanish Armada in 1588+-+9718882435184515ocn024430389book19910.23Somerset, AnneElizabeth IHistoryBiographyGlitteringly detailed and engagingly written, the magisterial Elizabeth I brings to vivid life the golden age of sixteenth-century England and the uniquely fascinating monarch who presided over it. A woman of intellect and presence, Elizabeth was the object of extravagant adoration by her contemporaries. She firmly believed in the divine providence of her sovereignty and exercised supreme authority over the intrigue-laden Tudor court and Elizabethan England at large. Brilliant, mercurial, seductive, and maddening, an inspiration to artists and adventurers and the subject of vicious speculation over her choice not to marry, Elizabeth became the most powerful ruler of her time. Anne Somerset has immortalized her in this splendidly illuminating account+-+483635768518228ocn045375123book20010.06Meyer, CarolynBeware, Princess ElizabethHistoryJuvenile worksFictionAfter the death of her father, King Henry VIII, thirteen-year-old Elizabeth must endure the political intrigues and dangers of the reigns of her half-brother Edward and her half-sister Mary before finally becoming Queen of England+-+740175706517232ocn045843612file19990.35Cole, Mary HillThe portable queen Elizabeth I and the politics of ceremonyHistory"In this book, Mary Hill Cole provides a detailed analysis of the progresses. Drawing on royal household accounts, ministerial correspondence, county archives, corporation records, and family papers, she examines the effects of the visits on the queen's household and government, the individual and civic hosts, and the monarchy of the Virgin Queen."--BOOK JACKET+-+0338880305324+-+K878340475+-+K878340475Fri Mar 21 16:01:04 EDT 2014batch178192