History Of Margaret Of Anjou, Queen Of Henry Vi Of England
Jacob AbbottISBN: 0766193500;
Book Description1871. Margaret of Anjou was a heroine; not a heroine of romance and fiction, but of stern and terrible reality. Her life was a series of military exploits, attended with dangers, privations, sufferings, and wonderful vicissitudes of fortune, scarcely to be paralleled in the whole history of mankind. Contents: The Houses of York and Lancaster; Manners and Customs of the Time; King Henry VI; Margaret's Father and Mother; Royal Courtship; The Wedding; Reception in England; The Story of Lady Neville; Plottings; The Fall of Gloucester; The Fall of Suffolk; Birth of a Prince; Illness of the King; Anxiety and Trouble; Margaret A Fugitive; Margaret Triumphant; Margaret in Exile; A Royal Cousin; Return to England; Years of Exile; The Reconciliation with Warwick; Bitter Disappointment; and Childless, and a Widow. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or...
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