Last edited by Kajikasa
Monday, July 20, 2020 | History

3 edition of Kinge Richard ye third, or, Ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field! found in the catalog.

Kinge Richard ye third, or, Ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field!

Kinge Richard ye third, or, Ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field!

a merrie mysterie in one act

  • 355 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by J. Duncombe in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Richard -- III, -- King of England, -- 1452-1485 -- Drama

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesKinge Richard ye third, or, Ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field!, Ye battel of Bosworth Field, Ye battel of Bosworth Field
    Statementbeing a familiar alteration of the celebrated history by a gentleman from Stratford, in Warwickshire, called Ye true tragedie of King Richard ye third, containing his treacherous plots against his brother Clarence; ye pittieful murther of his innocent nephews; his tyrannical life and most deserved death, together with ye landing of ye Earl Richmond, and ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field, by Charles Selby
    SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
    ContributionsShakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 35 p., [1] leaf of plates
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15160158M

    On 22 August , Henry defeated Richard’s army at the Battle of Bosworth Field, in Leicestershire, England. Richard, who was killed, was the last English king to die in battle. Henry came to the throne as Henry VII, the first Tudor monarch. History › Kings and Queens › Richard III ›. SCENE III. Bosworth Field. Enter KING RICHARD III in arms, with NORFOLK, SURREY, and others KING RICHARD III Here pitch our tents, even here in Bosworth field. My Lord of Surrey, why look you so sad? SURREY My heart is ten times lighter than my looks. KING RICHARD III My Lord of Norfolk,--NORFOLK Here, most gracious liege. KING RICHARD III.

    Bosworth Field, Battle of. A decisive battle fought on Aug , during the Wars of the Roses, a dynastic civil war that took place in late-fifteenth-century conflict between the houses of York and Lancaster had reached a crucial turning point with the death of Edward IV in After this event, the late king's brother Richard of Gloucester of the House of York, had his. The clash between Richard's and Henry's armies at the battle of Bosworth Field Diorama at Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre, near Market Bosworth, Leicestershire, England (Unless otherwise noted, all illustrations courtesy of Wikipedia)Today in Military History: Aug

      The battle of Bosworth Field: between Richard the Third and Henry Earl of Richmond, Aug wherein is described the approach of both armies: with plans of the battle, its consequences, the fall, treatment, and character of Richard: to which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a history of his life till he assumed the regal powerPages:   The book will be launched on Sunday, 18 August when the two authors will give a talk at the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre during a major weekend of .


Share this book
You might also like
Lifes interruptions, Gods opportunities

Lifes interruptions, Gods opportunities

Trends in company pension plans ...

Trends in company pension plans ...

Metropolitan Toronto Transportation Plan Review

Metropolitan Toronto Transportation Plan Review

Contaminants in sediment and fish tissue from estuarine and coastal sites of the northeastern United States

Contaminants in sediment and fish tissue from estuarine and coastal sites of the northeastern United States

Controversy between John C. Calhoun and Robt. Y. Hayne as to the proper route of a railroad from South Carolina to the West.

Controversy between John C. Calhoun and Robt. Y. Hayne as to the proper route of a railroad from South Carolina to the West.

Dravidian case system

Dravidian case system

American National Standard fundamentals governing the design and operation of local exhaust systems

American National Standard fundamentals governing the design and operation of local exhaust systems

trypanosomes of the amphibia

trypanosomes of the amphibia

Work and play

Work and play

UCLA

UCLA

Clinical recognition and treatment of diabetic vascular disease

Clinical recognition and treatment of diabetic vascular disease

After Easter by Anne Devlin.

After Easter by Anne Devlin.

Neo-Victorian fiction and historical narrative

Neo-Victorian fiction and historical narrative

An interim report on flows in the lower Roanoke River, and water quality and hydrodynamics of Albemarle Sound, North Carolina, October 1989-April 1991

An interim report on flows in the lower Roanoke River, and water quality and hydrodynamics of Albemarle Sound, North Carolina, October 1989-April 1991

Planning in Jersey

Planning in Jersey

work of Robert Nathan

work of Robert Nathan

Kinge Richard ye third, or, Ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field! Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Kinge Richard ye third, or, Ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field!: a merrie mysterie in one act. [Charles Selby; William Shakespeare]. The Battle of Bosworth Field (or Battle of Bosworth) was the last significant battle of the Wars Ye battel [sic] of Bosworth Field!

book the Roses, the civil war between the Houses of Lancaster and York that extended across England in the latter half of the 15th century. Fought on 22 Augustthe battle was won by the Lancastrians. Their leader Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, became the first English monarch of the Tudor Location: Near Ambion Hill, south of Market.

This is probably the marshy field where King Richard 3rd was killed just off Foxcovert Lane. King Richard III, Battle of Bosworth Field.

Geoffrey Cope - taking with them one third of Richard’s 12, strong army and providing Henry with the larger force. On seeing this defect Author: Geoffrey Cope. The Battle of Bosworth Field: The History of the Battle that Ended the Wars of the Roses traces the history that led to Bosworth, and the battle that brought the Tudors to power.

Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about /5(8). Battle of Bosworth Field, (Aug ), battle in the English Wars of the Roses, fought 12 miles (19 km) west of Leicester and 3 miles (5 km) south of Market Bosworth, between the forces of the Yorkist king Richard III and the Lancastrian contender for the crown, Henry Tudor (the future Henry VII).

It was in effect or last battle of the. Richard became the last English king to die as a soldier — in a battle which lasted only two hours and was over by 8 a.m. A few days later, the Civic Records of the city of York, recorded: “King Richard, late mercifully reigning upon us, was piteously slain and murdered, to the great heaviness of this City ” Bosworth Field Today.

The Battle of Bosworth was immortalized for posterity in Act V, Scene 3 of William Shakespeare’s The Life and Death of Richard III. While dramatically depicting a fierce battle that resulted in the start of a historic family dynasty, what the play does not tell you is that the weapons Henry Tudor used to win that classic battle were equally.

Richard III Bosworth. King Richard III, Bosworth Field, the date, 22nd August As King Richard III’s remains lie in Leicester Cathedral awaiting re-burial nearly years after his death, it reminds us that his death brought to an end a great dynasty of Plantagenet kings.

At 4 a.m. on 22nd August,the armies of Richard and the future King Henry VII began the long and tedious preparations for the battle on Bosworth Field.

Richard men and Henry’s 2, Frenchmen had now been supplemented by about 5, English and Welsh – so Richard’s army was greatly superior in numbers, and numbers really.

Bosworth Field, Leicestershire, central England. It was the scene of the battle () at which Richard III Richard III, –85, king of England (–85), younger brother of. Richard, the last English king to die in battle, was killed at Bosworth Field in and reburied at Leicester Cathedral on ursday.

Bosworth families meet The meeting follows a report by South Korea's Yonghap News Agency on Wednesday that a meeting will be held in Berlin where Bosworth and Ri will take part, citing a source in Washington. A place mete for twoo battayles to encountre': the siting of the Battle of Bosworth, by Daniel Williams One of the fascinating, though hitherto neglected, aspects of the study of medieval warfare is to analyse the elements of circumstance, topography and military skill which determine precisely where an impending battle will take place.

: The Battle of Bosworth Field, Between Richard the Third and Henry Earl of Richmond, Aug Wherein Is Described the Approach of Both Armies, the Fall, Treatment, and Character of Richard (): William Hutton: Books. In this tour we follow the story of King Richard III and his defeat on Bosworth field in when the War of the Roses came to a dramatic end and saw the dawn of the Tudor dynasty.

We visit the site of the Battle of Bosworth, see King Richard’s tomb in Leicester Cathedral and look at this fascinating period of history with expert Dr Michael. From the tv series THE WHITE QUEEN.

This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Bosworth Field was the penultimate act of the interminable Wars of the Roses. A minor skirmish two years later at Stoke was a feeble last gesture of defiance from the defeated Yorkists.

Henry Tudor became Henry VII, first of the Tudor dynasty, and a new era began in English history. Stanza l – Richard’s men begin to fail. Stanza ll – Henry’s archers take to their swords, Stanza l – and his men fight mightily. Stanza l – A knight advises; l – Richard to flee.

Stanza ll – But Richard calls. The Battle of Bosworth or Bosworth Field was an important battle during the Wars of the Roses in 15th century was fought on 22 August between the Yorkist King Richard III, the last of the Plantagenet dynasty, and the Lancastrian Henry Tudor, 2nd Earl of Richmond, who wanted to become ended in the defeat and death of Richard and the beginning of the Tudor Richard III of England, House of York: Henry.

Background The Usurpation of Richard III Henry Tudor's Invasion The Battle of Bosworth Field Aftermath. The battle of Bosworth Field (22 August ) was the final major battle of the Wars of the Roses, and saw the Lancastrian claimant to the throne, Henry Tudor, defeat and.

Losses for the Battle of Bosworth Field are not known with any precision though some sources indicate that the Yorkists suffered 1, dead, while Henry's army lost The accuracy of these numbers is a subject of debate. After the battle, legend states that Richard's crown was found in a hawthorn bush near where he died.TEXT: E.M.

Nokes and G. Wheeler, 'A Spanish account of the battle of Bosworth', The Ricardian, 2, no. 36 (), 2. (Spanish; in translation.) Entering England by way of Wales, and conquering all before him, Henry Tudor 'crossed as far as a town called Coventry, near which King Richard stood in the field with as many as 70, combatants.An introduction to the text.

Bennett, Michael. The Battle of Bosworth. St. Martin’s Press,rev. This excerpt, pp.is reproduced with the kind permission of the author.