The history of the family of Boleyn : particularly that of Queen Ann Boleyn, together with the life of her daughter, and only child, the princess Elizabeth who afterwards ascended the English throne, in which is given a critical examination of Holingshed's account of her imprisonment, 1799 / by the

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Noble, Mark, 1754-1827. The history of the family of Boleyn : particularly that of Queen Ann Boleyn, together with the life of her daughter, and only child, the princess Elizabeth who afterwards ascended the English throne, in which is given a critical examination of Holingshed's account of her imprisonment, 1799 / by the Rev. Mark Noble, F.A.S. of L. & E., Rector of Barming in Kent, & domestic chaplain to George, Earl of Leicester. With an appendix added by the author in the year 1803.

The history of the family of Boleyn : particularly that of Queen Ann Boleyn, together with the life of her daughter, and only child, the princess Elizabeth who afterwards ascended the English throne, in which is given a critical examination of Holingshed's account of her imprisonment, 1799 / by the Rev. Mark Noble, F.A.S. of L. & E., Rector of Barming in Kent, & domestic chaplain to George, Earl of Leicester. With an appendix added by the author in the year 1803.

Manuscript, in a single hand, of a history of the Boleyn family, especially of Anne and Queen Elizabeth I, which includes not only "a critical examination of Holingshed's account of [Elizabeth's] imprisonment" but also footnoted commentary on the accuracy his other sources, including Thomas Wharton and John Strype; a ballad by Shenstone on Elizabeth I; and an account of Elizabeth's innocence in Wyatt's Rebellion. The work is prefaced by an explanation of the author's interest in the project and the authors he consulted in putting it together, including "Lord Orford's Royal and Noble Authors"; and is followed by an appendix, added in 1803, of extracts concerning Anne Boleyn and Queen Elizabeth from John Stow's Chronicle and John Strype's Ecclesiastical Memorials; and a ballad "alluding to a story recorded of The Princess Elizabeth" copied from Universal Magazine in 1764. The volume also contains a genealogical tree with engravings of King Henry VIII, Ann Boleyn, and Queen Elizabeth I pasted in; a pencil drawing of Hever Castle in Kent and a pen-and-wash drawing of Henry the 2nd's palace in Woodstock, both copied by Noble's son Mark; and engravings of Anne Boleyn and George Buchanan, laid in.

1 v. (87 p.): 5 ill. ; 28 cm.

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