by In ædibus Iohannis Cawodi typographi Regiæ Maiestatis in Excusum Londini .
Written in English
|Other titles||Where as many good and profitable lawes, statutes, and ordynaunces haue bene heretofore made and deuysed|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1874:37|
|Contributions||Mary I, Queen of England, 1516-1558|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Get this from a library! By the Kyng and the Quene: the Kyng and Quenes most excellente maiesties, vnderstandinge howe that dyuers naughty and insolent persons haue now of late attempted to make quarelles . [Mary, Queen of England; . How Kyng arthur meruaylled moche of the Iustyng in the felde and how he rode & fonde syr Launcelot capitulo xxiiij; How trewe loue is lykened to sommer Capitulo xxv here folowen the chapytres of the xix book; How quene gueneuer rode on mayeng with certeyn knyghtes of the rounde table and clad al in grene capitulo primo. of the kyng, they ensiewe in semblable residence that they do whan they be sette semblaby on the right side of the kyng and on the lift side of the quene. And for as moche as the rook on the right side is vicayr of the kyng, he accompanyeth the quene in semblable siege that the alphyn doth, whiche is juge of the kyng. And in. According to Lesley, Ferrers showed Talbott, "A book he made in laten, of the deducing of the lyne from the Red Rose and the White, and so he thought to bring it to the End of the Scot's Quene 's Title; but he had not yet brought it so far, and so amendid som thing in the Stories and other, and deliberid the Book again" (A Collection 30).
Le Morte d'Arthur (originally spelled Le Morte Darthur, Middle French for "The Death of Arthur") is a reworking by Sir Thomas Malory of existing tales about the legendary King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, Merlin, and the Knights of the Round interpreted existing French and English stories about these figures and added original material (e.g., the Gareth story).Author: Thomas Malory. Thomas Tallis (c. – 23 November ) was an English composer who occupies a primary place in anthologies of English choral music. He is considered one of England's greatest composers, and he is honoured for his original voice in English musicianship. No contemporaneous portrait of Tallis survives; the one painted by Gerard Vandergucht dates . Verily, this yeare in ye lyff of our sovereigne lord, Kyng Richard III (and his wyf, Anne, the quene) at his Castle of Muddleham doth provide much amusement unto us. If thou hast ye sense of humoure, grabeth thine Jaffa Cakes and sitteth you downe to read of King Dickon and his Dames, Rufus, yon hounde and my Lord Lovell, with manie conkers and /5. book 1.i. m capitulum Of the sustirs of Grece how thai came to this londe and called it Albion ii capitulum How Dame Albyne eldest sustir had the sovereynté of alle hir sustirs by the law and consuetude of Grece.
And than Sir Laucelot returned agayne unto the Quene and seyde, “Madame, now wyte you wel, all oure trew love ys brought to an ende, for now wyll Kyng Arthur ever be my foo. And therefore, madam, and hit lyke you that I may have you with me, I shall save you frome all maner adventures daungers.”. “Cứ vào cuối năm học, trước khi bắt đầu nghỉ hè là bọn con trai chúng tôi lại chạy ào lên đây phá tổ chim. Cứ mỗi lần chúng tôi reo hò, huýt còi ầm ĩ chạy lên đồi là hai cây phong khổng lồ lại nghiêng ngả đung đưa như muốn chào mời chúng tôi . A Chronicle of London, from to ; written in the fifteenth century, and for the first time printed from mss. in the British Museum to which letters, poems, and other articles descr [Nicolas, Sir Nicholas Harris] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Chronicle of London, from to ; written in the fifteenth century, and for the first time printed from Author: Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas. Page - Fourth, immediately before the battle of Shrewsbury. Hardyng prefaces the letter by an explanation, in which he says, " Truly I, the maker of this boke, wase brought up fro twelve yere of age in sir Henry Percy house to the bataill of Shrewsbury, wher I wase with hym armed of xxv yere of age, as I had been afore at Homyldon, Cokelawe, and at divers rodes and feeldes .