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Watson's Magazine, Vol. 23: August, 1916 (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Watson's Magazine, Vol. 23: August, 1916

When the Red Rose of York again had flowered triumphantly, under Ed ward IV. And Richard III., the Rom ish clergy, as already related, con spired with the fugitive Tudor, promis ing him their support, in return for his pledge to root heresy out of the realm.

As premature age crept upon Henry VII., he craftily planned a secure suc cession for his son, Arthur, a boy not robust, and not yet sixteen years old. To the King, an alliance with Spain appeared to be the most advantageous that was offered.

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Forgotten Books
0483986909 / 9780483986909
Hardback
29/12/2018
United Kingdom
74 pages, BLACK_AND_WHITE_BLEED
152 x 229 mm