|Author:||R. G., fl. 1600.|
|Title:||The famous historie of Albions queene. VVherein is discoursed King Edwards ielosie, Queene Katherines chastetie, the Duke of Suffolkes loyaltie, and the Barron of Buckinghams treacherie.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The famous historie of Albions queene. VVherein is discoursed King Edwards ielosie, Queene Katherines chastetie, the Duke of Suffolkes loyaltie, and the Barron of Buckinghams treacherie.
R. G., fl. 1600.
Imprinted at London: By VV. VVhite for T. Pauier, and are to be sold at his shop in Corne-hill neare to the Exchange at the signe of the Catte and Parrettes, 1600.
Dedication signed: R.G.
Signatures: A2 B-L4.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
TO THE RIGHT WOR∣SHIPFVLL EDMVND MVI∣LINEVX ESQVIER, health, happinesse, and prosperitie.
THE Famous Historie of ALBIONS QVEENE.
CHAPTER. 1. ❧ How King Edward grew ielous of Queene Katherine, through the flatterie of the Barron of Buckingham.
CHAP. 2. ¶ How the three Earles, of Westmerland, Sommerset, and Durham, came to visite Queene Katherine, being in Prison: and what passed betwixt them.
The Counsels Supplication to King Edward.
CHAP. 3. ¶ How the Queene and the Duke of Suffolke were ar∣raigned and condemned of adultrie, through false wit∣nesses, and what after happened.
CHAP. 4. ¶ How the Duke of Suffolke was banished England, and Queene Katherine condemned to die, with other thinges that happened.
¶ The Earle of Sommersets Oration to King Edward, for the Queenes repriue.
CHAP. 6. ¶ How King Edwardes Concubine the faire Casiope, was deliuered of a bastard Sonne: and of the secret fauours betweene her and the Barron.
CHAP. 7. ¶ Of Queene Katherines ariuall in Normandie, and of her entertainment in Duke Roberts Court.
CHAP. 8. ¶ How King Edward grew in misliking with his faire mini∣on, and her secret friend the wickked Barron: and howe by their meanes he was deposed, and constrained to for∣sake his natiue countrey.
CHAP. 9. ¶ How Ʋallentinus the bastard was crowned King, and how he through the perswasions of Perce of Winchester, caused his owne Mother with her paramour the wicked Barron, to be most strangely put to death.
CHAP. 10. ¶ How Prince Edmond returned againe into England, and was crowned King: and how the bastarde King was put to death after a strange maner.
CHAP. 11. ¶ Of the Warres betweene King Edward and his owne Sonne, and the successe thereof, with other thinges that hapned.