Mary Boleyn: The Great and Infamous Whore by Alison Weir


  Briis-sous-Forges (www.mairie-de-briis-sous-forges.fr).

  Brigden, Susan: New Worlds, Lost Worlds: The Rule of the Tudors, 1485–1603 (London, 2000).

  Brigden, Susan, and Wilson, Nigel: “New Learning and Broken Friendship” (English Historical Review, vol. 112, no. 446, April 1997).

  British History Online (www.british-history.ac.uk).

  The British Library (www.bl.uk).

  Broadway Jan: “John Smyth of Nibley: a Jacobean man-of-business and his service to the Berkeley family” (Midland History, vol. 24, 1999).

  Bruce, Marie Louise: Anne Boleyn (London, 1972).

  Brysson Morrison, N.: The Private Life of Henry VIII (London, 1964).

  Burke, S. Hubert: Historical Portraits of the Tudor Dynasty and the Reformation Period (4 vols., London, 1879–83).

  Cannon, John, and Hargreaves, Anne: The Oxford Book of Kings and Queens of Britain (Oxford, 2001).

  Carlton, Charles: Royal Mistresses (London and New York, 1990).

  Carroll, Leslie: Royal Affairs (New York, 2008).

  Castelli, Jorge H.: “Tudor Place,” www.tudorplace.com.

  Chapman, Hester W.: Anne Boleyn (London, 1974).

  Childe-Pemberton, William S.: Elizabeth Blount and Henry VIII, with some account of her surroundings (London, 1913).

  Claremont, Francesca: Catherine of Aragon (London, 1939).

  Clark, Andrew: The Life and Times of Anthony Wood, Antiquary of Oxford, 1632–1695, described by himself (5 vols., Oxford Historical Society, 1891–1900).

  Clark, Michael: Rochford Hall: The History of a Tudor House (Stroud, 1990).

  Cloake, John: Palaces and Parks of Richmond and Kew, Vol. I: The Palaces of Shene and Richmond (Chichester, 1995).

  Clutterbuck, Robert: The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford (3 vols., 1827).

  Colvin, H. M.: History of the King’s Works, Vol. 4, 1485–1660 (London, 1982).

  The Complete Peerage (ed. G. H. White, et al., St. Catherine’s Press, 1910–59).

  Cook, Petronelle: Queen Consorts of England: The Power behind the Throne (New York, 1993).

  Craster, H. H. E.: A History of Northumberland, Vol. 8 (Newcastle, 1907).

  Croft, P., and Hearn, K.: “ ‘Only Matrimony makes Children to be certain’: Two Elizabethan Pregnancy Portraits: Lady Cecil and Lady Knollys” (British Art Journal, 3, Autumn 2002).

  The Crown and Local Communities in England and France in the Fifteenth Century (ed. J. R. L. Highfield and Robin Jeffs, Stroud, 1981).

  Cryer, L. R.: A History of Rochford (London, 1978).

  Currie, Dr. A. S.: “Notes on the Obstetric Histories of Katherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn” (Edinburgh Medical Journal, 1, 1888).

  Denny, Joanna: Anne Boleyn (London, 2004).

  Denny, Joanna: Katherine Howard: A Tudor Conspiracy (London, 2005).

  Dictionary of National Biography (22 vols., ed. Sir Leslie Stephen and Sir Sidney Lee, 1885–1901; Oxford, 1998 edition).

  Dixon, Philip: Excavations at Greenwich Palace, 1970–71: An Interim Report (Greenwich and Lewisham Antiquarian Society, London, 1972).

  Doran, Susan: The Tudor Chronicles 1485–1603 (London, 2008).

  Edwards, D.: The Edwardes Legacy (Baltimore, 1992).

  Elton, G. R.: Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government (Cambridge, 1983).

  Emerson, Kate: “A Who’s Who of Tudor Women” (www.kateemersonhistoricals.com).

  English Heritage: National Monuments Record (www.pastscape.org).

  Erickson, Carolly: Anne Boleyn (London, 1984).

  Erickson, Carolly: Bloody Mary (London, 1978).

  Erickson, Carolly: The First Elizabeth (London, 1999).

  Erickson, Carolly: Great Harry (London, 1980).

  L’Estrange, A. G.: The Palace and the Hospital, or Chronicles of Greenwich (2 vols., London, 1886).

  Fedden, Robin, and Kenworthy-Browne, John: The Country House Guide (London, 1979).

  Fletcher, Benton: Royal Homes Near London (London, 1930).

  Fletcher, John: “A Portrait of William Carey and Lord Hunsdon’s Long Gallery” (Burlington Magazine, 1981).

  Fletcher, Stella: Cardinal Wolsey: A Life in Renaissance Europe (London, 2009).

  Flood, J. L.: “ ‘Safer on the Battlefield than in the City’: England, the ‘sweating sickness’ and the Continent” (Renaissance Studies, vol. 17, no. 2, June 2003).

  Flügel, J. C.: “On the Character and Married Life of Henry VIII” (in Psychoanalysis and History, ed. Bruce Mazlish, New York, 1971).

  Foster, Joseph: The Royal Lineage of our Noble and Gentle Families, together with their Paternal Ancestry (London, 1884).

  Fox, Julia: Jane Boleyn, The Infamous Lady Rochford (London, 2007).

  Fraser, Antonia: The Six Wives of Henry VIII (London, 1992).

  Friedman, Dennis: Ladies of the Bedchamber: The Role of the Royal Mistress (London, 2003).

  Friedmann, Paul: Anne Boleyn: A Chapter of English History, 1527–1536 (2 vols., London, 1884; reprinted, ed. Josephine Wilkinson, Stroud, 2010).

  Froude, James Anthony: The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon (London, 1891).

  Froude, James Anthony: History of England (London, 1856–70).

  Gainey, James: The Princess of the Mary Rose (East Wittering, 1986).

  Gairdner, James: “The Age of Anne Boleyn” (English Historical Review, 9, 1895).

  Gairdner, James: “Mary and Anne Boleyn” (English Historical Review, 8, 1893).

  Gairdner, James: “Mary and Anne Boleyn” (English Historical Review, 10, 1895).

  Garrett, Christina Hallowell: The Marian Exiles (Cambridge, 1938).

  Given-Wilson, Chris, and Curteis, Alice: The Royal Bastards of Medieval England (London, 1984).

  Glenne, Michael: Katherine Howard: The Story of Henry VIII’s Fifth Queen (London, 1948).

  Grattan Flood, W.H.: “Richard Davy” (The Musical Times, August, 1921).

  Griffiths, Elizabeth: “The Boleyns at Blickling, 1450–1560” (Norfolk Archaeology, 40, 2009).

  Guy, J. A.: The Cardinal’s Court (Hassocks, 1977).

  Gwyn, Peter: The King’s Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of Thomas Wolsey (London, 1990).

  Hackett, Francis: Henry the Eighth (London, 1929).

  Haigh, Christopher: English Reformations: Religion, Politics and Society under the Tudors (Oxford, 1993).

  Hamer, Colin: Anne Boleyn: One short life that changed the English-speaking world (Leominster, 2007).

  Hamy, Alfred: Entrevue de François Premier avec Henri VIII a Boulogne-sur-Mer en 1532 (Paris, 1898).

  Harben, Henry: A Dictionary of London (London, 1918).

  Hare, Augustus J. C.: Walks in London (vol. 2, London, 1878).

  Harris, Barbara J.: English Aristocratic Women, 1450–1550 (Oxford, 2002).

  Harris, J.: “The Prideaux Collection of Topographical Drawings” (Architectural History, 7, 1964).

  Hart, Kelly: The Mistresses of Henry VIII (London, 2009).

  Hasler, P. W.: The House of Commons 1558–1603 (3 vols., London, 1981).

  Hasted, Edward: The History and Topographical Survey of Kent (12 vols., Canterbury, 1797–1801).

  Henry VIII: A European Court in England (ed. David Starkey, London, 1991).

  Henry VIII: Man and Monarch (ed. Susan Doran and David Starkey, The British Library, London, 2009).

  Hever Castle and Gardens (guidebooks, Norwich, 2008, and earlier undated editions).

  Hilliam, David: Kings, Queens, Bones and Bastards (Stroud, 1998).

  Hobden, Heather: Tudor Bastard: Henry FitzRoy, Duke of Richmond and Somerset, and his mother, Elizabeth Blount (Lincoln, 2001).

  Hoskins, Anthony: “Lady Antonia Fraser’s views regarding the Careys’ paternity and Anthony Hoskins’ paper” (unpublished article, 1995, kindly sent to the author).

  Hoskins, Anthony: “Mary Boleyn’s Carey Children—Offspring of Henry VIII?” (Genealogy Magazine, vol. 25, March 1997, no. 9).

  Hughes, Jonathan: “Mary Stafford (c. 1499
–1543)” (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford, 2004–09).

  Hughey, Ruth Willard: John Harington of Stepney: Tudor Gentleman: His Life and Works (Columbus, Ohio, 1971).

  Hui, Roland: “A Reassessment of Queen Anne Boleyn’s Portraiture” (www.geocities.com).

  Hume, David: The History of Great Britain (6 vols., Edinburgh and London, 1754–62).

  Hume, Martin A. S.: The Wives of Henry the Eighth (London, 1905).

  Hutchinson, Robert: House of Treason: The Rise and Fall of a Tudor Dynasty (London, 2009).

  Ives, Eric: The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn, “The Most Happy” (Oxford, 2004).

  James, Susan: Catherine Parr: Henry VIII’s Last Love (Stroud, 2008).

  Jansen, Sharon L.: Dangerous Talk and Strange Behaviour: Women and Popular Resistance to the Reforms of Henry VIII (New York, 1996).

  Jenkins, Simon: England’s Thousand Best Houses (London, 2003).

  Jenkyns, Richard: Westminster Abbey (London, 2004).

  Jenner, Heather: Royal Wives (London, 1967).

  Johnson, Paul: Elizabeth I: A Study in Power and Intellect (London, 1974).

  Jollet, Etienne: Jean & François Clouet (Paris, 1997).

  Jones, Philippa: The Other Tudors: Henry VIII’s Mistresses and Bastards (London, 2009).

  Kelly, Henry Ansgar: The Matrimonial Trials of Henry VIII (Stanford, California, 1976).

  King, Tim: “Henry VIII’s secret heirs link Tudors to House of Windsor” (The Daily Telegraph, May 27, 1997).

  Knecht, Robert J.: Francis I (Cambridge, 1984).

  Knowles, D.: “The Matter of Wilton” (Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 31, 1958).

  Lacey, Robert: The Life and Times of Henry VIII (London, 1972).

  Lancelott, Francis: The Queens of England and Their Times (New York, 1858).

  Law, Ernest P. A.: A Short History of Hampton Court (London, 1906).

  Levin, Carole: “Sister-Subject, Sister-Queen: Elizabeth I among her Siblings” (Faculty Publications, University of Nebraska, 2006).

  Lindsey, Karen: Divorced, Beheaded, Survived: A Feminist Reinterpretation of the Wives of Henry VIII (Reading, Massachusetts, 1995).

  Lingard, John: The History of England (8 vols., 1819–30).

  Lloyd, Stephen: Portrait Miniatures from the Collection of the Duke of Buccleuch (Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 1996).

  Loades, David: Elizabeth I: The Golden Reign of Gloriana (The National Archives, 2003).

  Loades, David: Henry VIII: Court, Church and Conflict (The National Archives, 2007).

  Loades, David: Henry VIII: King and Court (Andover, 2009).

  Loades, David: Mary Tudor: A Life (Oxford, 1989).

  Loades, David: The Six Wives of Henry VIII (Stroud, 2009) (first published as Henry VIII and His Queens, Stroud, 1994).

  Loades, David: The Tudor Queens of England (London, 2009).

  Lofts, Norah: Anne Boleyn (London, 1979).

  Losing Your Head Over Henry: Mary Boleyn (information sheet from Hever Castle, undated).

  Luke, Mary M.: Catherine the Queen (London, 1967).

  Mackie, J. D.: The Earlier Tudors, 1485–1558 (Oxford, 1952).

  MacNalty, Arthur S.: Henry VIII, A Difficult Patient (London, 1952).

  Martienssen, Anthony: Queen Katherine Parr (London, 1973).

  Mary Boleyn (www.elizabethan-era.org.uk).

  Mary Boleyn (www.englishmonarchs.co.uk).

  Mary Boleyn (www.wikipedia.org).

  Mathew, David: The Courtiers of Henry VIII (London, 1970).

  Mattingly, Garrett: Catherine of Aragon (London, 1942).

  McBride, Kari Boyd: Biography of Aemilia Lanier (University of Arizona, 2008).

  McClure, N. E.: Letters and Epigrams of Sir John Harington (Philadelphia, 1930).

  Meyer, G. J.: The Tudors: The Complete Story of England’s Most Notorious Dynasty (New York, 2010).

  Mongello, Marilee: Mary Boleyn (www.englishhistory.net).

  Morant, Philip: The History and Antiquities of the County of Essex, Vols. 1 and 2 (London, 1768).

  Morley, Henry, and Griffin, William Hall: English Writers: An Attempt towards a History of English Literature, Vol. 8 (London, 1887).

  Morton Bradley, M.: Elizabeth Blount of Kinlet (Kidderminster, 1991).

  Murphy, Beverley A.: Bastard Prince: Henry VIII’s Lost Son (Stroud, 2001).

  Murrell, Jim: Manuscript Notes on the Conservation of the Buccleuch Collection of Portrait Miniatures, 1977–80 (mss., Victoria and Albert Museum).

  Nash, Joseph: The Mansions of England in Olden Time (4 vols., London, 1838–49; abridged edition London, 1906).

  Neale, J. E.: Queen Elizabeth I (London, 1934).

  Newman, John: Buildings of England: West Kent and the Weald (London, 1980).

  Noble, Mark: “History of the Beautiful Elizabeth Blount” (The Genealogist, 2, 1803).

  Norris, Herbert: Tudor Costume and Fashion (London, 1938).

  Norton, Elizabeth: Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s Obsession (Stroud, 2008).

  Norton, Elizabeth: She Wolves: The Notorious Queens of England (Stroud, 2008).

  Norwich Cathedral: Church, City and Diocese, 1096–1996 (ed. Ian Atherton, Eric Fernie, Christopher Harper-Bill and A. Hassell Smith, London, 1996).

  Online Family Trees (www.gw1.geneanet.org).

  The Oxford Book of Royal Anecdotes (ed. Elizabeth Longford, Oxford, 1989).

  The Oxford Companion to Irish History (ed. S.J. Connolly, Oxford, 1998).

  Paget, Gerald: The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales (London, 1977).

  Paget, Hugh: “Gerard and Lucas Hornebolte in England” (Burlington Magazine, 101, 1959).

  Paget, Hugh: “The Youth of Anne Boleyn” (Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 55, 1981).

  Pailthorpe, Richard; Martyn, Topher; Shrimpton, Colin; Baxter, Clare: Syon: London Home of the Duke of Northumberland (Derby, 2003).

  Panton, Kenneth: London: A Historical Companion (Stroud, 2001).

  Parmiter, Geoffrey de C.: The King’s Great Matter (London, 1967).

  Perry, Maria: Sisters to the King: The Tumultuous Lives of Henry VIII’s Sisters—Margaret of Scotland and Mary of France (London, 1998).

  Perry, Maria: The Word of A Prince: A Life of Elizabeth I (Woodbridge, 1990).

  Phillips, Charles: The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of the Castles, Palaces and Stately Houses of Britain and Ireland (London, 2007).

  Plowden, Alison: The House of Tudor (London, 1976).

  Plowden, Alison: The Other Boleyn Girl (www.bbc.co.uk).

  Plowden, Alison: Tudor Women: Queens and Commoners (London, 1979).

  Porter, Linda: Mary Tudor: The First Queen (London, 2007).

  Powell, Roger: Royal Sex: Mistresses and Lovers of the British Royal Family (Stroud, 2010).

  Poynton, F. J.: Miscelleanea, Genealogica et Heraldica (London, 1880).

  Prévost, M.: “Anecdotes historiques sur Limours” (Documents pour l’histoire du département de Seine-et-Oise, Publications de la Société Archéologique de Rambouillet, 1978, University of Michigan).

  Reilly, E. G. S.: Historical Anecdotes of the Families of Boleyn, Carey, Mordaunt, Hamilton and Jocelyn (Newry, 1839).

  Renaissance at Sutton Place, The (The Sutton Place Heritage Trust, 1983).

  Rex, Richard: Henry VIII (Stroud, 2009).

  Rex, Richard: The Tudors (Stroud, 2002).

  Richardson, Douglas: Plantagenet Ancestry (Baltimore, 2004).

  Richardson, Ruth Elizabeth: Mistress Blanche, Queen Elizabeth I’s Confidante (Little Logaston, 2007).

  Richardson, Walter C.: Mary Tudor: The White Queen (London, 1970).

  Rickman, Johanna: Love, Lust and Licence in Early Modern England: Illicit Sex and the Nobility (Farnham, 2008).

  Ridley, Jasper: Elizabeth I (London, 1987).

  Ridley, Jasper: Henry VIII (London, 1984).

  Ridley, Jasper: The Life and Times of Mary Tudor (London, 1973).

  Ridley,
Jasper: The Tudor Age (London, 1988).

  Riordan, Michael: “William Carey, Courtier” (c. 1496–1528) (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford, 2004–09).

  Rival, Paul: The Six Wives of Henry VIII (London, 1937).

  Rivals in Power: Lives and Letters of the Great Tudor Dynasties (ed. David Starkey, London, 1990).

  Robinson, C. J.: “Valentine Carey, D. D., Bishop of Exeter” (The Herald and Genealogist, vol. 4, London, 1867).

  Rollins, Hyder Edward: “The Troilus-Cressida Story from Chaucer to Shakespeare” (Journal of the Modern Language Association of America, 32, 1917).

  Rootsweb: Finding Our Roots Together (www.rootsweb.ancestry.com).

  Round, J. H.: The Early Life of Anne Boleyn: A Critical Essay (London, 1886).

  Rowse, A. L.: The Elizabethan Renaissance: The Life of the Society (London, 1971).

  Royal Commission on Historical Monuments in Essex, 1923.

  Scarisbrick, Diana: “Jewellery in Tudor and Jacobean Portraits at New Haven” (Apollo, November 1987).

  Scarisbrick, J. J.: Henry VIII (London, 1968).

  Scudamore/Skidmore (www.skidmoregenealogy.com).

  Sergeant, Philip W.: The Life of Anne Boleyn (London, 1924).

  Seward, Desmond: Prince of the Renaissance (London, 1973).

  Shelley, A: “Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich: Excavation and Survey of a Late-Medieval Merchant’s Trading Complex” (East Anglian Archaeology, 112, 2005).

  The Shell Guide to England (ed. John Hadfield, London, 1970).

  Simpson, Richard: The School of Shakespeare (London, 1878).

  Sitwell, Edith: The Queens and the Hive (London, 1963).

  Smith, Lacey Baldwin: Henry VIII: The Mask of Royalty (London, 1971).

  Smith, Lacey Baldwin: A Tudor Tragedy: The Life and Times of Catherine Howard (London, 1961).

  Somerset, Anne: Elizabeth I (London, 1991).

  Somerset, Anne: Ladies in Waiting (London, 1984).

  Starkey, David: The Reign of Henry VIII: Personalities and Politics (London, 1991).

  Starkey, David: Six Wives: The Queens of Henry VIII (London, 2003).

  Stogdon, Catalina: “In Anne Boleyn’s Footsteps” (Daily Telegraph, 24 September, 2009).

  Stone, Lawrence: “Ages of Admission to Educational Institutions in Tudor and Stuart England: A Comment” (History of Education, February 6, 1977).

  Strickland, Agnes: Lives of the Queens of England (8 vols., London, 1851; 6 vols., Bath, 1972).

 
Previous Page Next Page
Should you have any enquiry, please contact us via [email protected]