Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (11 of 12)
EDWARD THE THIRD, who came to the crowne by the resignation of his father Edward the second.
The articles of agréement betwéene the moonks of Burie and the inhabitants of Burie.
A letter of W. Northbourgh the kings confessor describing the kings voiage into France.
The copie of sir Iohn Winkefields letters.
The tenor of an other letter written by sir Iohn Wingfield, directed to sir Richard Stafford knight, who had béene in Gascoigne, and there leauing his familie, was now returned into England.
The méeke and comfortable oration of the English prince to the French king being taken prisoner.
The tenor of the said prince of Wales his appeale or summons of appearance before the French king, &c.
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Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland Vol. II of VI; Part 12 of 12; Richard II.