Letters of Royal and Illustrious Ladies of Great Britain: From the Commencement of the Twelfth Century to the Close of the Reign of Queen Mary, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Mary Anne Everett Green
H. Colburn, 1846 - English letters
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Contents

Margaret lady Bryan to lord Cromwell 1538
67
Catherine Bulkeley abbess of Godstow to lord Cromwell vers 1538
69
The same to the same vers 1538
71
The same to the same vers 1538
72
Anne lady Berkeley to lord Cromwell 1538
74
Lady Cecil Dudley to lord Cromwell 1539
77
Anne lady Skeffington to lord Cromwell vers 1539
80
Elizabeth lady Delaware to lord Cromwell 1539
82
Joanna Vane prioress of Dartford to lord Cromwell vers 1539
85
Florence Bonnewe late prioress of Ambres bury to lord Cromwell
87
Margaret countess of Salisbury to lord Lisle
91
Elizabeth duchess of Norfolk to lord Crom
96
well
97
Anne lady Conyers to lord Cromwell
103
The same to the same XLVI Margaret marchionessdowager of Dorset to lord Cromwell vers 1539
104
The same to the same vers 1539
107
The same to the same vers 1539
108
Elizabeth lady Carew to lord Cromwell 1539
110
Margaret lady Bryan to lord Cromwell 1539
112
Elinor countess of Rutland to lady Lisle vers 1539
115
Catherine Basset to lady Lisle 1539
116
Honor viscountess Lisle to the earl of Hert ford 1539
119
Felicia Hertford to lady Lisle
121
Margaret lady Grenville to lady Lisle vers 1539
123
Maud lady Grenville to lady Lisle 1539
125
Jane lady Ringley to lady Lisle vert 1539
128
1539
130
The same to the same 1539
133
89
138
Mary lady Kingston to lady Lisle 1539
142
Elizabeth lady Wallop to lady Lisle vert 1539
143
Catherine Basset to lady Lisle 1539
145
Anne Basset to lady Lisle 1539
148
Elinor countess of Rutland to lady Lisle 1540
149
Anne Basset to lady Lisle 1540
151
Mary lady Kingston to Mr Wriothesley 1540
153
Margaret countessdowager of Ormond to Henry VIII 1540
155
Lettice lady Lee to lord Cromwell 1540
157
Elizabeth lady Cromwell to Henry VIII 1540
159
Queen Anne of Cleves to Henry VIII 1540
160
Elizabeth duchess of Norfolk to the earl of Westmoreland 1541
163
Margaret queen of Scotland to Henry VIII 1541
165
The same to the same 1541
167
Elinor countess of Rutland to sir William Paston
168
The same to the same 1544
170
Queen Catherine Parr to the council with the king 1544
171
The same to Henry VIII 1544
173
The same to the same 1544
174
Princess Elizabeth to queen Catherine Parr 1544
176
The same to the same 1544
177
Queen Catherine Parr to princess Mary 1544
180
Catherine countess of Westmoreland to the earl of Shrewsbury veri 1544
182
Lady Eleanor ODonel to Henry VIII 1545
184
Elizabeth duchess of Norfolk to lord Stafford
189
Princess Elizabeth to lord admiral Seymour 1547
191
The same to princess Mary 1547
193
Marion lady Hume to protector Somerset 1547
194
Princess Elizabeth to the duke of Somerset 1549
218
The same to the same 1549
219
Mrs Ashley governess to the princess Eliza beth to Cecil vers 1549
220
Princess Elizabeth to Edward VI
221
The same to the same
223
The same to the same
225
The same to the same
227
The same to the same
229
The same to the same
230
The same to the same
232
The same to the same
234
Anne countess of Sussex to her mother lady Calthorp tiers 1549
236
Frances marchioness of Dorset to the earl of Shrewsbury vers 1550
244
Catherine duchess of Suffolk to Cecil 1550
245
The same to the same 1550
248
The same to the same 1550
249
The same to the same 1550
250
The same to the same 1551
251
The same to the same 1551
253
Jane lady Southampton to sir William Petre 1551
255
Princess Mary to Edward VI 1551
256
The same to the privy council 1552
258
The same to Edward VI 1552
259
Elizabeth lady Cromwell to sir William Cecil 1552
260
Princess Elizabeth to the duke of Northum berland 1553
263
Grace countess of Shrewsbury to the earl of Shrewsbury 1553
267
The same to the same
269
Lady Elizabeth Dacres to the countess of Shrewsbury
270
The same to the earl of Shrewsbury
272
Princess Elizabeth to lady Knollys 1553
279
Mary queen of Scots to queen Mary I 1554
281
Mary I to lord Chandos 1554
282
The same to sir Hugh Pollard and others 1554
285
The same to the nobility of England 1554
287
Mary I to the earl of Sussex 1554
289
The same to king Philip 1554
290
The same to the justices of Norfolk 1554
292
Princess Elizabeth to king Philip 1554
294
The same to queen Mary 1554
295
The same to the marquis of Winchester 1554
296
King Philip and queen Mary to cardinal Pole 1555
297
Mary countessdowager of Northumberland
298
to the earl of Shrewsbury 1555
299
Gertrude marchioness of Exeter to the earl of Devonshire 1555
301
The same to the same 1555
303
The same to the same 1555
304
The same to the same 1555
306
The same to the same 1555
307
91
309
Mary I to the barons of the Cinque Ports 1557
311
The same to the earl of Shrewsbury 1557
312
The same to the sheriffs of counties 1557
314
The same to the lords of Eure and Wharton 1557
316
The same to the noblemen of England 1558
317
CLVI
323
100
330
103
331

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