Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (3 of 6): England (3 of 9)
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Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (3 of 6): England (3 of 9)

By Raphael Holinshed
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  • HENRIE THE SIXT, sonne and heire to Henrie the fift.
  • The formall recognisance or acknowledgement of the said homage.
  • The bishop of Winchesters letter excusatorie.
  • The articles of accusation and accord betwéene the lord of Glocester, and the lord of Winchester.
  • The answer of the bishop.
  • When this answer was made, the duke caused this writing following openlie to be proclamed.
  • The oth of the lords.
  • The Arbitrement.
  • A complaint made to king Henrie the sixt, by the duke of Glocester, vpon the cardinall of Winchester.
  • Articles proponed by the commons against the duke of Suffolke.
  • The safegard and signe manuell of the capteine of Kent, sent to Thomas Cocke draper of London, by the capteine of the great assemblie in Kent.
  • The commandement by the capteine of Kent, sent vnto Thomas Cocke aboue said.
  • The complaint of the commons of Kent, and causes of their assemblie on the Blackheath
  • The requests by the capteine of the great assemblie in Kent.
  • A copie of the said writ and proclamation by the king, for the taking of the said Cade and his felowship.
  • Richard duke of Yorke his letter to king Henrie.
  • The answer of king Henrie to the duke of Yorke.
  • Richard duke of Yorke to king Henrie againe.
  • The answer of king Henrie to the duke of Yorke.
  • The tenor of the duke of Yorks submission to king Henrie, vnder his oth.
  • Words in writing by the duke of Yorke to the king.
  • The answer by the king to the duke of Yorke.
  • The words of the duke of Yorke to all gentlemen and other assembled with him.
  • The forme of his abiuration.
  • The award made at Westminster on the thrée and twentith of March, Anno regni regis 36.
  • A copie of the said letter excusatorie written by the said duke and earles.
  • Articles sent from the duke of Yorke, and the earles, to the archbishop of Canturburie and the commons.
  • The duke of Yorks oration made to the lords of the parlement.
  • The articles betwixt king Henrie and the duke of Yorke.
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