2 edition of annales, or, Generall chronicle of England found in the catalog.
annales, or, Generall chronicle of England
|Other titles||Annales, Generall chronicle of England|
|Statement||begun first by maister Iohn Stow ; and after him continued and augmented with matters forreyne and domestique, auncient and moderne, vnto the ende of this present yeere 1614 by Edmond Howes ...|
|Contributions||Howes, Edmund, fl. 1607-1631.|
|LC Classifications||DA130 .S884 1615|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 988 [i.e. 990],  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||990|
|LC Control Number||92227813|
From the Destruction of Troy: Medieval Chronicles Based on oral tradition, documented historical events, biblical stories, and Greek and Rare Book DF Case 2. The Brut Chronicle Albans Chronicle. Rare Book DAC47 2. John Stow. The Annales, or Generall Chronicle of England. London: Impensis T. Adams, Hickmott. The abridgement of the English chronicle first collected by M. Iohn. Imprinted at London: for the company of stationers, Strype, John, Ecclesiastical memorials relating chiefly to religion, and the reformation of it, and the emergencies of the Church of England, under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI and Queen Mary the First.
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The Annales Generall Chronicle of England: Price: £1, Stow's famous chronicles. This is the first issue after Stow's death and includes Edmund Howes' acclaimed continuation of this exceptional history of Great Britain, this volume containing a very early mention of William. Stow, John, ? The annales, or generall chronicle of England, begun first by maister Iohn Stow, and after him continued and augmented with matters forreyne, and domestique, anncient and moderne, vnto the ende of his present yeere (Londini, Impensis T. Adams, ), also by George Buck and Edmund Howes (page images at HathiTrust).
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Annales, or a general Chronicle of England. John Stow. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Generall chronicle of England Responsibility: begun first by maister Iohn Stow ; and Generall chronicle of England book him continued and augmented with matters forreyne and domestique, auncient and moderne, vnto the ende of this present yeere by Edmond Howes.
OCLC Number: Notes: Title page missing. With an appendix on the universities, dated S.T.C Description: [xx], pages ; 32 cm. Annales, or, a generall Chronicle of England. Annales, or, a generall Chronicle of England.
Begun by John Stow: continued and augmented with Matters Forraigne and Domestique, Ancient and Moderne, unto the End of this present Yeere, “HAL’S PRANKS ELABORATED ON HINTS SUPPLIED BY STOW”: FIRST POSTHUMOUS EDITION OF STOW’S ANNALES,ONE OF THE PRIMARY SOURCES FOR SHAKESPEARE’S HENRY IV.
STOW, John and HOWES, Edmond. The Annales or General Chronicle of England Continued and Augmented unto the Ende of this Present Yeere Londini: Thomae Adams, Title: Annales, or, A generall chronicle of England: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Stow J: City: London: Library: Beinecke Library Yale.
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Begun by John Stow: Continued and Augmented with matters Forraigne and Domestique, Ancient and Moderne, unto the end of this present yeere, By Edmund Howes, Gent. [with] AN APPENDIX.
Of the Foundations and Descriptions of the Three Most Famous Universities of England: viz. Cambridge, Oxford and London by Stow, John. Physical Description: leaf 3L3 verso (page ) || leaf 3L4 recto (page ). Description. John Stow (c. –) was a historian and antiquarian.
In he published Annales, or a Generale Chronicle of England from Brute until the present yeare of Christa narrative account of England’s history to continued to update the chronicle bringing out. Annales, or, A Generall Chronicle of England. Begun by John Stow: Continued and Augmented with matters Forraigne and Domestique, Ancient and Moderne, unto the end of the present yeere, by Edmund Howes, Gent [sic].
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The annales, or, Generall chronicle of England by John Stow 2 editions - first published in Not in Library. The summarie of English chronicles by John History, Accessible book, Description and travel, Early works toTravel. Stow (John): THE ANNALES, OR GENERALL CHRONICLE OF ENGLAND., and after him continued and augmented with matters forreyne, and domestique, ancient and moderne, unto the end of this present yeereby Edmond Howes.
L, Thomas Adams,first edition. Annales, or, A generall chronicle of England. Begun by John Stow: continued and augmented with matters forraigne and domestique, ancient and moderne, unto the end of this present yeere, Londini, Impensis Richardi Meighen, Rare Book DF ; Case 2.
The Brut Chronicle. Great Britain produced a wealth of chronicles devoted to its own history. The Brut Chronicle was the most popular secular text in late medieval England. Originally written in the 13th century in Anglo-Norman, this Middle English manuscript from the s carries the original chronicle up to.
Annales, or, A Generall Chronicle of England. London: Richard Meighen, Warner, William. The Ballad Book: A Selection of the Choicest British Ballads. London: Macmillan, Studies in Bibliography: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia 16 ().
Frontispiece of Stow's Annales or a generall chronicle of England () Begun by John Stow, the book was continued by Edmund Howes. (Original kindly provided by the London Library.) Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download: Download full-size image; Figure 2. The Stanley and Derbys and their relationship to the crown of EnglandCited by: 6.The unexpected death of Ferdinando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby, on Ap was an event of major political importance in the later years of Queen Elizabeth I of England.
When he had succeeded his father at the age of 38 he became head of one of the most influential families in the country. He also had a claim to the throne if Elizabeth died without naming a by: 6.In July an English army invaded Scotland during the Anglo-Scottish town of Berwick-upon-Tweed and its castle were captured and the English army briefly occupied Edinburgh.
These events followed the signing of the Treaty of Fotheringhay, 11 Junein which Alexander Stewart, Duke of Albany, the brother of James III of Scotland declared himself King of Scotland and swore Location: Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Anglo-Scottish Border.