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Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, 1470

Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, 1470

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Published by Printed for the Camden Society in (London) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lincolnshire (England) -- History -- Sources.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Edward IV, 1461-1483.

  • Edition Notes

    Forms part of the Society"s Publication no. XXXIX.

    StatementEdited by John Gough Nichols, Esq.
    SeriesThe Camden miscellany -- v. 1 (no. 2)
    ContributionsNichols, John Gough, 1806-1873.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20923703M

    Five of these chronicles recount in detail particular events: The First Battle of St Albans ( May ) and The Siege of Bamburgh Castle (June-July ) (batttles);The Rebellion in Lincolnshire (March ), and The History of the Arrival of King Edward IV (March-May ) (campaigns); and The Manner and Guiding of the Earl of Warwick ( The Lincolnshire rising of was crushed by the defeat of the rebels in the skirmish known as "Losecoat Field" near Stamford. In the Civil War of the 17th century, Lindsey for the most part declared for the king, and the Royalist cause was warmly supported by the earl of Lindsey, Viscount Newark, Sir Peregrine Bertie and the families of.

    (–),53 Charles,Duke of Burgundy (–),54 Chinon Agreement (),54 Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire (),55 Clarence,Execution of (),56 Clifford,John,Lord Clifford (c–),57 Clifford,Thomas,Lord Clifford (–),58 Commissions of Array,58 Commons (Common People) and the Wars of the Roses,59File Size: 3MB. Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick KG (22 November – 14 April ), known as Warwick the Kingmaker, was an English nobleman, administrator, and military eldest son of Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury, he became Earl of Warwick through marriage, and was the wealthiest and most powerful English peer of his age, with political connections that went beyond the Died: 14 April (aged 42), Barnet, Hertfordshire.

    Lincolnshire rebellion may refer to. The Lincolnshire Rebellion, fomented by Warwick the Kingmaker against Edward IV of England, put down by John de la Pole, 2nd Duke of Suffolk; The Lincolnshire Rising of October , a two-day rising by the . Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire; The Rebellion in Lincolnshire was one of the occurrences of that troubled period of the reign of Edward the Fourth, when he was struggling with the machinations of his overgrown subject, Richard Neville (; English facsimile).


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Full text of "Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, vol. CHRONICLE OF THE REBELLION IN LINCOLNSHIRE, A Remembrance of suche acte} and dedc} as oure souveraigne lorde the king hadde doon in his journey begonne at London the vi.

day of Marche in the x. yere of his moost reigne, for the repression and seting down of the. Get this from a library. Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, [John Gough Nichols;].

Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, Item Preview Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, by Nichols, John Gough, Publication date Topics Lincolnshire (England) -- History Sources, Great Britain -- History Edward IV,genealogyPages: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire by Nichols Gough (, Paperback) at the best online prices at.

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Though we have made best efforts - the books may have. Excerpt from Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire, That weak and worthless prince, George duke of Clarence, the king's next brother, had virtually deserted his allegiance on accept ing the hand of Warwick's elder daughter and coheir; and it was now the project of the King-maker to depose Edward, and place the duke of Clarence on the throne.4/5(1).

The Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire is a brief account of EDWARD IV’s campaign against the Lincolnshire uprising led by Sir Robert Welles in March Cast in the form of a journal or day-by-day listing of events, the Chronicle is an important source of information for the second coup launched against Edward by Richard NEVILLE, earl of Warwick, and George PLANTAGENET, duke of.

chronicle therebellioninlincolnshire, editedby johngoughnichols,esq, c. printedforthecamdensociety. Buy Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire, (Classic Reprint) by Nichols, John Gough (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1).

Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire, - Scholar's Choice Edition Height: In Length: In Width: In Weight: lbsThis work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

throughout, the evidence of the Chronicle cannot be ignored. To reject it wherever it stands unsupported because it contains special pleading would be to lose much valuable information, for it is full of circumstan-i.

Nichols (ed.), 'Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire, ' (hereafter Chronicle). 15 th century. England. Covering events from 6 th th Marchthis English vernacular text provides an invaluable, but partisan account of the Lincolnshire rebellion against Edward IV, instigated by George, Duke of Clarence and Richard, Earl of Warwick, and headed by Sir Robert Welles.

Written shortly after the rebellion, the Chronicle communicates the official Yorkist view of the. Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire Three Chronicles of the Reign of Edward IV Snippet view - Three chronicles of the reign of Edward IV Keith Dockray Snippet view - Common terms and phrases.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. A Chronicle of the first thirteen years of the reign. 1: Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire Historie. The Lincoln Chronicle was a weekly newspaper which served Lincoln and parts of Lincolnshire, England in various guises between and The Chronicle had an associated website, Lincoln Today, which is now defunct.

History. The paper was launched in as The Lincolnshire. P. Holland; The Lincolnshire Rebellion of MarchThe English Historical Review, Volume CIII, Issue CCCCIX, 1 OctoberPages –, by: A chronicle of the first thirteen years of the reign of King Edward the Fourth / by John Warkworth --Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, / edited by John Gough Nichols --Historie of the arrivall of Edward IV.

in England and the finall recouerye of his kingdomes from Henry VI. A.D. / edited by John Bruce. The Chronicle of Queen Jane, and of Two Years of Queen Mary, and Especially of the Rebellion of Sir Thomas Wyat by John Gough Nichols The Paston Letters A.

New Complete Library Edition, Edited With Notes and an Introduction by James Gairdner. Six of these chronicles recount in detail particular events: The First Battle of St Albans ( May ) and The Siege of Bamburgh Castle (June-July ) (batttles);The Rebellion in Lincolnshire (March ), The Confession of Robert Welles (February-March ), and The History of the Arrival of King Edward IV (March-May ) (campaigns.

V Warwick, Clarence, and the Lincolnshire Rebellion of SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS IThe North of England, – page IIThe Rebellion of and the flight of Warwick and Clarence IIIThe Campaign of IVThe English Invasion of France, DIAGRAMS 1York and Lancaster page 2York and Bourchier 3The Nevills 4The 4/5(32).

‘Adapting to Readeption in The Scribe as Editor in a Unique Copy of John Hardyng’s Chronicle of England (Garrett MS. )’, The Princeton University Library Chronicle, (), John Gough Nichols has 89 books on Goodreads with 49 ratings. John Gough Nichols’s most popular book is The Chronicle Of Queen Jane And Of Two Years Of Q.() see Welles Uprising () EN.

RU; DE; FR; ES; Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire — () The Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire is a brief account of EDWARD IV’s campaign against the Lincolnshire uprising led by Sir Robert Welles in March Cast in the form of a journal or day by day.