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Richard the Third?
trt 1. Scene. 2.
Z’ublished April 1,1800. bv Vernor&•Hood.Poultry.
PUBLISHED BY E. HARDING, NO. 98, PALL-MALL;
AND VERNOR AND HOOD, POULTRY,
It has been since observed to me by Mr. Elderton, (who is of opinion that Richard was charged with this murder by the Lancastrian historians without any foundation,) that “it appears on the face of the publick accounts allowed in the exchequer for the maintenance of King Henry and his numerous attendants in the Tower, that he lived to the 12th of June, which was twenty-two days after the time assigned for his pretended assassination ; was exposed to the publick view in St. Paul's for some days, and interred at Chertsey with much solemnity, and at no inconfiderable expence." MALONE.
King EDWARD the Fourth.
-Sons to the king.
wards King Richard III. A young son of Clarence. HENRY, Earl of Richmond, afterwards King Henry VII. Cardinal Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. THOMAS ROTHERAM, Archbishop of York. JOHN MOR
Ton, Bishop of Ely.
ELIZABETH, Queen of King Edward IV.
and Gloster. Lady Anne, widow of Edward Prince of Wales, son to
King Henry VI.; afterwards married to the Duke of
Lords, and other Attendants; two Gentlemen, a Pursuivant,
Scrivener, Citizens, Murderers, Messengers, Ghosts, Soldiers, &c.