The History of the Reign of King Henry the Seventh

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NOTE ON THE ANNOTATION
All references to the History and to Bacon's fragment The History of the reign of K. Henry the Eighth, K. Edward, Q. Mary, and part of the reign of Q. Elizabeth are from volume 6 ( Spedding's) of Spedding, Ellis, and Heath The Works of Francis Bacon. References to this volume are: Spedding, with no punctuation, and page number, e.g., Spedding17. All other volumes of the Works are referred to as BW, followed by the volume number and page.The original manuscript is referred to as: ms.The 1622 printed edition is referred to as: 1622, followed by a colon, and page number, e.g., 1622: 1.The Latin is referred to as: 1638, followed by a colon, and then page number, e.g., 1638: 2.References to Polydore Vergil are in one of two forms.
1. () For the chapters on Henry VI, Edward IV, and Richard III: page number in the Camden Society English translation, followed by a slash, and then L., followed by equivalent page from the Latin, 1555 Basle edition, e.g., Polydore155-56/L. 531-32.
2. () For the chapter on Henry VII, the Latin page of the Hay edition, followed by a slash, and the English page, e.g., Polydore4/5.
References to Hall are also in one of two forms.
1. () For the chapters on Edward IV, Edward V, and Richard III: Hall, followed by no punctuation, page number of the 1809 edition, fol-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Note on the Text and Sources 19
  • Note on the Annotation 21
  • The History of the Reign of King Henry the Seventh 23
  • Interpretive Essay 213
  • Index 253
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