The Yorkist Age: Daily Life during the Wars of the Roses

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
The following section presents a list of the chief sources for each chapter of the volume. Since, however, a number of sources, the richest materials for social history, have been used in all or nearly all the chapters, I have grouped these separately.
PRINCIPAL SOURCES

Letters:
Letters and Papers of John Shillingford, ed. by Stuart A. Moore ( Camden Soc.), 1871.
Original Letters, ed. by Henry Ellis, 3 series, vol. I of each series, 1825, 1827, 1846.
Plumpton Correspondence, ed. by Thomas Stapleton ( Camden Society), 1839.
The Cely Papers, ed. by Henry Elliot Malden ( Camden Soc.), 1900.
The Paston Letters, ed. by James Gairdner, several editions.
The Stonor Letters and Papers, ed. by C. L. Kingsford ( Camden Soc.), 2 vols., 1919.

Household Regulations and Accounts:
Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, 1790.
Household Books of John, Duke of Norfolk, and Thomas, Earl of Surrey, 1481-90, ed. by Payne Collier ( Roxburghe Club), 1844.
Manners and Household Expenses of England in the Thirteenth and Fifteenth Centuries [containing household accounts of John Howard before he became Duke of Norfolk], ed. by T. H. Turner ( Roxburghe Club), 1841.
The Household of Edward IV, ed. by A. R. Myers, 1959.

Wills:
Lincoln Diocese Documents, ed. by Andrew Clark ( Early English Text Society), 1914.
Testmenta Eboracensia, ed. by James Raine ( Surtees Society), 6 vols., 1836- 1902.
The Fifty Earliest English Wills, ed. by F. J. Furnivall ( E.E.T.S.), 1882.
Wills and Inventories . . . of Bury St. Edmund's, ed. by Samuel Tymms ( Camden Soc.), 1850.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 7
  • Contents 11
  • Principal Persons 15
  • Prologue - The Times 21
  • 1 - The Mayor 51
  • 1 - The Mayor: at Home 53
  • 2 - The Mayor: Abroad 88
  • 3 - Rebel Against the Mayor 117
  • 4 - The Lord Mayor of London 134
  • II - Other Important People 159
  • 5 - The King and the Royal Household 161
  • 6 - Lords and Gentry 194
  • 7 - Churchmen and the Church 244
  • 8 - Merchants, Pirates, Aliens and Lawyers 281
  • III - The Household 329
  • 9 - The Fabric of Life 331
  • 10 - The Marriage Hunt 364
  • II - Wives 401
  • 12 - Children 434
  • Epilogue 463
  • Bibliography 505
  • Index 515
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