Moriemini, A Profitable Sermon, p. 19.
Boorde, Dyetary of Helth, pp. 246, 302.
Copeman, Doctors and Diseases, p. 88, quoting from Boorde, The Breviary
Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, I.i.
L.P., XXI (2), 768; The Wisdom of Andrew Boorde, p. 51.
Copeman, Doctors and Disease, p. 121, quoting from Ambrose Paré.
Godwin, Annales, p. 207.
Spanish Chronicle, p. 152. The title given to this work by its editor, M. A. S. Hume, is Chronicle of King Henry VIII. Its authorship is unknown, but the chronicle was probably written largely from memory
by one of the Spanish mercenary captains in Henry's pay during the last
years of the reign. It is a fascinating if exceedingly dangerous document.
Halliwell, Letters, II, pp. 25-26.
B. M. Hargrave MSS 311, fol. 125; cf. Sander, Anglican Schism, p. 164.
Dickens, Child's History of England, p. 324; Elton, Henry VIII, p. 15; Oman, "The Personality of Henry VIII," p. 97; Brinch, "The Medical
Problems of Henry VIII," p. 365.
Pollard, Henry VIII, p. 440.
L.P., XIV (1), 194. Thomas Wriothesley made this statement five years before he became Lord Chancellor.
Edwardes, Castra Regia, pp. 17-18.