3 edition of Henry the Second; or, The fall of Rosamond found in the catalog.
Henry the Second; or, The fall of Rosamond
by Printed for John Bell, near Exeter-Exchange, Strand, and C. Etherington, at York in London
Written in English
Micro-opaque of original in Yale University Library. New York, Readex Microprint, 1953. 1 card. 22.6 x 14.8 cm. (Three centuries of drama: English 1751-1800) (Three centuries of English and American plays 1500-1800).
|Other titles||Fall of Rosamond.|
|Statement||Written by Thomas Hull ...|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., iv, , 76 p.|
|Number of Pages||76|
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Henry the Second, or, The fall of Rosamond: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. [Thomas Hull; John Bell; Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)] -- Introduces the letters of the alphabet as Miss Bindergarten and her students get ready for kindergarten.
Henry the second or, the fall of Rosamond. A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by Thomas Hull. by: Hull, Thomas, Published: () Henry the Second or, the fall of Rosamond. A tragedy, by Thomas Hull. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.
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Written by Thomas Hull. Originally published inthis is, as the original title page stated, "The History of Fair Rosamond, the beautiful mistress of King Henry the Second derived from the most authentic sources. Her birth, and education at the nunnery at Godstow, and first meeting with Prince Henry; her escape.
Henry II, byname Henry of Anjou, Henry Plantagenet, Henry FitzEmpress, or Henry Curtmantle (Short Mantle), (bornLe Mans, Maine [now in France]—died July 6,near Tours), duke of Normandy (from ), count of Anjou (from ), duke of Aquitaine (from ), and king of England (from ), who greatly expanded his Anglo-French.
Gervase of Tilbury, marshal of the kingdom of Arles, well known in every great town of Italy and Sicily, afterwards the writer of Otia Imperialia for the Emperor Otto IV., wrote a book of anecdotes, now lost, for the younger King Henry.
Gerald of Wales, a busy courtier, and later a chaplain of the king, was the brilliant historian of the Irish. James Rosamond, R, M. Bornca in Augusta County, Virginia. James died in Abbeville District, SCbef 10 Julhe was about Occupation: Farmer. James served in the Revolutionary War in the Ninety-Six District before and after the fall of Charleston.
The Siege of Charleston occurrend in by the British Army led by Sir Henry Clinton. Read Ch. 12 - Henry the Second of A Child's History of England by Charles Dickens for free at Read Print.
to fall into a mighty rage when he heard of these new affronts; and, on the How Fair Rosamond, after shedding many piteous tears and. Henry the Second by Mrs. Green Part 3 out of 3. homepage; Index of Henry the Second; Previous part (2) strife which lasted for seven hundred years was celebrated in this first alliance of a Norman baron and an Irish chief.
Richard and Diarmait marched against Dublin, and its Danishin habitants were driven over sea. Fair Rosamond, or, History of Lady Clifford, mistress of King Henry the Second: including the manner of her seduction and her untimely end by poison administered to her by Queen Eleanor.
(London: Printed by and for Hodgson and Co., 10, Newgate Street, ), by Robert Cruikshank and Hodgson & Co.
(Publishers) (page images at HathiTrust). In Rosamond’s town of Bredelais, the peasants and ordinary working people had ways of courting so that couples had a chance of finding out whether they could get along together.
Things seemed to work a little differently among royals. Rosamond knew Henry was a womanizer long before his arrival. This is the third book to the Plantagenet trilogy that started with THE FALCON AND THE FLOWER-book was centered around King John Plantagenet, the second book is called DRAGON AND THE JEWEL-wich is about King Henry III, King John's son.
This book, THE MARRIAGE PRIZE, is about King Edward's rise to power. It is a true "fairy tale" in every sense. William Blake is recorded to have received £80 for his work on this plate which received specific notice in an article “On Splendour of Colours” in The Repository of Arts for September The design illustrates a scene from Thomas Hull’s play Henry the Second; or the Fall of Rosamond: a Tragedy.
Rosamond, King Henry’s mistress, is. The second page, ROSAMND (2), is the family is the family of Mary Jane Loya of California. I have included the information I have on her family in the form of a privatized GEDCOM file. Mary Jane's mother was born in County Leitrim, Ireland, the last known location of the Sergeant Rosamond.
A second episode, widely popular with Victorian and pre-Victorian audiences, involves Henry's alleged affair with Rosa-mond Clifford, the "Fair Rosamond" of ballad and fable. In this well known and much embroidered tale, the king concealed his beloved mistress in a secret bower near Woodstock, where.
Rosamond Nina Lehmann was born in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, as the second daughter of Rudolph Lehmann and his wife Alice Davis, a New Englander.
Her father Rudolph Chambers Lehmann was a liberal MP, and editor of the Daily News. John Lehmann () was her brother; one of her two sisters was the famous actress Beatrix Lehmann/5(81).