Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland Vol. II of VI; Part 12 of 12; Richard II.
Raphael Holinshed
Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland Vol. II of VI; Part 12 of 12; Richard II.
Holinshed’s Chron­i­cles of Eng­land, Scot­land, and Ire­land; by Raph­ael Hol­in­shed and oth­ers; 1807 ed­i­tion; Vol­ume II of VI, Part 12 of 12; RICH­ARD II.
An. Reg. 1.
An. Reg. 2.
An. Reg. 3.
An. Reg. 4.
The forme of the kings charter of Manumission.
An. Reg. 5.
The tenor of the said seditious preests letter.
An. Reg. 6.
An. Reg. 7.
An. Reg. 8.
An. Reg. 9.
An. Reg. 10.
An. Reg. 11.
An act of councell touching this matter, in manner as followeth.
A proclamation clearing the lords of treason.
An. Reg. 12.
An. Reg. 13.
The grant of Henrie the third, to Henrie Hastings and Ada his wife, for the exchange of lands for hir part of the earledome.
The record by which Henrie Hastings executed the office of the panteller.
The order and number of clothes laied at the kings table, and how Iohn Hastings had them for his fee.
The record whereby dame Anne Hastings clameth the office of the pantrie.
The petition for the second sword which the earle of Arundell also claimed to beare, was in this sort.
The other bill exhibited for the golden spurs, is registred in this order,
An. Reg. 14.
An. Reg. 15.
The tenor of the said dukes letter to king Richard.
The same letter in plaine phrase verbatim Englished by A. F.
An. Reg. 16.
An. Reg. 17.
An. Reg. 18.
Copia regiæ commissionis aduersus Lollardos & Lollardorum sequaces.
A copie of the kings commission against the Lollards or Wickleuists and their followers: Englished by A. F.
An. Reg. 19.
An. Reg. 20.
An. Reg. 21.
An. Reg. 22.
An. Reg. 23.
The articles obiected to king Richard, whereby he was counted worthie to be deposed from his principalitie.
A copie of the instrument touching the declaration of the com­mis­sion­ers sent from the states in parlement, vnto king Richard.
The tenor of the instrument whereby king Richard resigneth the crowne to the duke of Lancaster.
The publication of king Richards deposing.
The duke of Lancaster laieth challenge or claime to the crowne.
The archbishop of Canturburie his oration, framed vpon this text, Vir dominabitur in populo, &c: written in the first booke of kings and ninth chapter.
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