The antiquarian repertory; a miscellany, intended to preserve and illustrate several valuable remains of old times. Adorned with elegant sculptures. Vol. I. [-IV.].

 
9781235244551: The antiquarian repertory; a miscellany, intended to preserve and illustrate several valuable remains of old times. Adorned with elegant sculptures. Vol. I. [-IV.].
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1784 Excerpt: ...armes quarterly 'the vijth Henry had great treble in defending the right of his foueraigne lord king Richard the ijd, to whome he was a trew knight And in his quarrell at laft on Bramham more for his trewth flaine was he by the commandment of Henry the iiijth called Henry Darby THE faid Henry of darby after he was entered to this lond At Dancafter in the whiet frears was fworne on the facrament to the faid feventh Henry firft Erie of Northumberland And to the lord Percy his eldeft fone being there prefent with his vncle the Erie of worcefter that he wold be content his owne inheritance onely to clame which was the Dukedome of lancafler which of right fhould obteine and not to vfurpe the crowne vpon his prince king Richard But fone after was peiiured, and of his othe had no regard FOR his wrongfull dealling and periury as Polycronycon in his life dothe plainly expres God ponifhed him right fore and greuoufly for after he had taken vpon him the crowne wrongfully Jmmediatly ftrickene he was with the contagious feknes of lepre which is a difeafe remediles the body of the faid Erie of Northumberland in yorke Mynfter dothe lye at the right hand of the highe Alter right honorably THE viij"1 Henry fone to the vijth Henry bounteus and goode his father yet leuing was a right valiant knight And did manie notable actes as became his noble bloode for defence of his Princes Realme he fpared not to fight his dewtie bound him to manteine his foferaine right for his fharpe quicknes and fpedines at nede Henry hote-fpurre he was called in uery dede THIS viijth Henry the firft Erles fone his father yet leuing jn his forfaid Princis quarrell king Richard the ijd was flaine at Shrewi/bury whofe entent was onely his Prince owt of Pomfret frome captiuitie to deliuer and bring...

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