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The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
The unfortunate court-f...
1695
C7351
 
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R. B., approximately 1632-approximately 1725, author.
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The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
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1695
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C7351
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
The unfortunate court-f...
1695
C7351
 
Source Creator
R. B., approximately 1632-approximately 1725, author.
Source Title
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
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1695
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C7351
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
The unfortunate court-f...
1695
C7351
 
Source Creator
R. B., approximately 1632-approximately 1725, author.
Source Title
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
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1695
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C7351
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
The unfortunate court-f...
1695
C7351
 
Source Creator
R. B., approximately 1632-approximately 1725, author.
Source Title
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
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1695
Source Call Number
C7351
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
The unfortunate court-f...
1695
C7351
 
Source Creator
R. B., approximately 1632-approximately 1725, author.
Source Title
The unfortunate court-favourites of England : exemplified in some remarks upon the lives, actions, and fatal fall of divers great men, who have been favourites to several English kings and queens; namely, I. Peirce Gaveston Earl of Cornwall. II. Hugh Spencer, Earl of Winchester. III. Hugh Spencer the son, E. of Glocester. IV. Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. V. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. VI. Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal of York. VII. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex. VIII. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. IX. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. X. Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford [sic]. By R.B.
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1695
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C7351
Unparallel’d varieties: or, The matchless actions and passions of mankind. : Displayed in near four hundred notable instances and examples. Discovering the transcendent effects: I. Of love, friendship, and gratitude. II. Of magnanimity, courage and fidelity. III. Of chastity, temperance, and humility. And, on the contrary, the tremendous consequences, IV. Of hatred, revenge, and ingratitude. V. Of cowardice, barbarity, and treachery. VI. Of unchastity, intemperance, & ambition. Imbellished with pictures. By R.B.
Unparallel’d varieties:...
1699
204070
leaf G12 recto (page 15...
 
Source Creator
R. B., approximately 1632-approximately 1725, author.
Source Title
Unparallel’d varieties: or, The matchless actions and passions of mankind. : Displayed in near four hundred notable instances and examples. Discovering the transcendent effects: I. Of love, friendship, and gratitude. II. Of magnanimity, courage and fidelity. III. Of chastity, temperance, and humility. And, on the contrary, the tremendous consequences, IV. Of hatred, revenge, and ingratitude. V. Of cowardice, barbarity, and treachery. VI. Of unchastity, intemperance, & ambition. Imbellished with pictures. By R.B.
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1699
Source Call Number
204070
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