Henry VII's Relations with Scotland and Ireland 1485–1498

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Cambridge University Press, 14 nov 2013 - 294 pagine
Originally published in 1932, this book explores the role of the courtier Thomas Wyatt in English relations with Scotland and Ireland between 1485 and 1498. The text also includes a chapter on the acts of the Poynings Parliament for the year 1494 to 1495, which marked the beginning of English direct rule in Ireland. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in English relations with Scotland and Ireland or in early Tudor history.
 

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Henry VIIs relations with James IV of Scotland
24
AngloIrish relations 14859
55
The financial aspect of the Poynings Administration
63
Henry VIIs relations with Scotland and Ireland
78
AngloScottish and AngloIrish relations 149698
99
The Acts of the Drogheda Parliament 149495
118
Extracts from the Summons of Lord Bothwell
144
Letter from Sir James Ormond to Thomas Earl
149
Letter from William White of Waterford
184
A Hattecliffes estimate of Receipts and Pay
190
List of Chapters of the Poynings Parliament
201
Poynings Parliament ChapterXIv An act
210
discharge of annuities coyne and livery granted
213
Poynings Parliament Chapter XLV Restitu
219
Indenture between Dr Richard Hatton
221
A Note on the composition of Henry VIIs
229

Inventory of B M Royal MSS 18 C XIV
155
Chronological classification of B M Royal MSS
161
Balance Sheet of the Poynings Administration
170
Hattecliffes Declaration of Receipts in Ireland
178
Thomas Earl of Ormond to Gerald Earl
239
Gerald Earl of Kildare to Thomas Earl
240
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