|Other titles||The civill warres of England, A survey of Englands champions|
|Statement||collected by John Leycester|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 399:8|
|Contributions||Leycester, John, b. 1598|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 174 p.,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||174|
The civill vvarres of England briefly related, from His Majesties first setting up his standard Falsely stated on the t.-p. to have been collected by John Leycester, who supplied "An addition of the late proceedings of the army to this present . An History Of The Civill VVarres of England, Betweene the two Houses of Lancaster and Yorke. The originall whereof is set downe in the life of Richard the second; their proceedings, in the lives of Henry the fourth, the fifth, and sixth, Edward the fourth and fifth, Richard the third, and Henry the seventh, in whose dayes they had a happy period. Question or comment about digitized items from the Library of Congress that are presented on this website? Please use the Library of Congress Ask a Librarian form. The Library of Congress is the world’s largest library, offering access to the creative record of the United. England's worthies under whom all the civill and bloudy warres since anno to anno are related: wherein are described the severall battails, encounters, and assaults of cities, townes, and castles at severall times and places, so that the reader may behold the time, yeare, and event of every battle, skirmish, and assault wherein.
ENL RENAISSANCE 17th-Century Poetry Prof. Ira Clark An History Of The Civill VVarres of England, Betweene the two Houses of Lancaster and Yorke. The originall whereof is set downe in the life of Richard the second; their proceedings, in the lives of Henry the fourth, the fifth, and sixth, Edward the fourth and fifth, Richard the third. The civill vvarres of England briefly related from His Majesties first setting up his standard , to this present personall hopefull treaty: with the lively effigies and eulogies of the chief commanders : together with the distinct appellations, proper motions, and propitious influences of these memorable starres, chronologically. An elegie vpon the death of the right honorable, most noble, worthily-renowned, and truly valiant lord, Robert, Earle of Essex & Evve &c. His Excellency, late Lord Generall of all the forces raised by the Parliament of England in defence of the Protestant religion. Who departed the 14th. day of September, / William Mercer. 3 Becaufe that the union of England^ Scot land, and Ire- landy into one Covenant, is the chief, if not the onely prefer" vative of them at this time. You fhall find in our English Chronicler s^tiat England VMS never deftroyed, but when di vided within it felf. Our civill divifions brought in the Ro- mansy the Saxons^ Danes >%ti& Normans.
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