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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Heraldo-Memoriale.

    in St. Helen's Church in Bishopsgate Street . King Richard III . his Corps, after he was slain in Bosworth Field , was stark naked, trussed behind a Pursuivant at Arms, called Blanch Sanglier , (that is, White Bear )

  • * British History Online * *

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    remonstrance and disappointment. He fortifies his application with the following pleasant little poem by Sir John Beaumont, author of "Bosworth Field," and elder brother of the dramatist: "To my Lord the Duke of Buckingham, touching the Academ of Honour. My Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, R, 01 October 1202-31 May 1509

    presents from Venice t o, 492. -, -, death of his consort, Queen Anne, 496. -, -, killed at Bosworth Field, 501, 725. -, -, letters from, 486, 488, 490. -, -, letter to, 496. Richmond , 867, 870, 887.

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1896-7

    one of Your Majesty's illustrious ancestors, King Henry VII., was of Cymric race, and fought the decisive battle of Bosworth Field under his banner of the Red Dragon of Wales, and that all the Tudor Sovereigns bore Arms or supporters

    Appendix G, To Memorial XXXII

    for his father's good faith, and who so nearly lost his life on the morning of the battle of Bosworth Field ( vide Shakespeare). 151. Richard Fienes married Joan, grand-daughter and heir of Thomas Dacre, last lord of that family,

    Chronological list of aldermen, 1400-1500

    of Lord Mayor is an anachronism. The suggestion that his nephew, Sir J. Shaa, afterwards Mayor, was knighted on Bosworth Field is without foundation. . Many of the dates in the original edition of D.N.B . are wrong; these have

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presented with a vocal Richard the Third, ~ho would have smothered the children sotto Voce, or distinguish~d imself at Bosworth Field in a bravura, and we are again, in the new fpera of The White and the Red Rose (La Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deserting the interests of the House of York, and reasonably excited the suspicions of the King. The treason of Bosworth Field needs no detail. I/le crucem seleris pre/iumn Wuit tic diademsoa was exemplified to the letter, and the Lord Stanley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dapper from under him while asleep, by propping him up with sticks. The pride, pomp, and cir- cumstance of Bosworth Field are gloriously given. A new patriotic piece succeeds, on the subject of the death of " Treviso's duke," as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but capital huzzas. The round room of i the Rotunda was tastefully decorated with theatrical ban- l ners. The Bosworth Field Boar of King Richard was I suspended between a pair of flags, one with this inscrip- tion, "Campbell, Denman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    secular, and personal astuteness in an ecclesiastical career, justified very ambitious aspirings. From the Conquest to the epoch of Bosworth Field the Monarch himself owed his position in no small degree to his personal character. Courage and physical force were Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The battle of Bosworth Field, 1750

    The battle of Bosworth Field [battle] Battle scene: Richard II on white charger under attack: framed within decorative border.Engraving

    Henry VII receiving Richard's coronet, 1750

    Henry VII receiving Richard's coronet [battle] Aftermath of battle scene: Henry VII offered coronet of slain Richard III: framed within decorative border.Engraving

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