Amye Robsart and the Earl of Leycester:
a critical inquiry into the authenticity of the various statements in relation to the death of Amye Robsart, and of the libels on the Earl of Leycester, with a vindication of the Earl by his nephew Sir Philip Sydney. And a history of Kenilworth castle, including an account of the splendid entertainment given to Queen Elizabeth by the Earl of Leycester, in 1575, from the works of Robert Lanehom and George Gascoigne; together with memoirs and correspondence of Sir Robert Dudley, son of the Earl of Leycester.
By George Adlard.
|Main Author:||Adlard, George.|
|Related Names:||Laneham, Robert 16th cent., Gascoigne, George d. 1577., Sidney, Philip Sir 1554-1586|
London, J.R. Smith, 1870.
Dudley, Robert, /
Dudley, Robert, / Sir, /
Leicester, Robert Dudley, > Leicester, Robert Dudley, / Earl of, > Leicester, Robert Dudley, / Earl of, / 1532?-1588.
Dudley, Amy Robsart, > Dudley, Amy Robsart, / Lady, > Dudley, Amy Robsart, / Lady, / 1532-1560.
Kenilworth Castle (Kenilworth, England)
"The princely pleasures at Kenilworth castle. A brief rehearsal, or rather a true copy of as much as was presented before Her Majesty at Kenilworth, during her last abode there, as followeth. [By George Gascoigne. Reprinted form the London edition, 1821]": p. [175-220]
"A letter whearin part of the entertainment unto the Queen's majesty at Killingworth castl in Warwiksheer in this somers progress--1575 is signified: from a freend officer attendant in the court unto his freend a citizen and merchaunt of London ... With explanatory notes. [By Robert Laneham. Reprinted from the London edition, 1821]": p. [121-168]
6 p.L., xi, 344 p.
5 pl. (incl. front.) port.
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