Published in 1967, these two volumes combine the traditions of the annalistic style with the exacting requirements of modern scholarship to provide scholars of the fifteenth century with what remains, forty years after its first publication, the most exhaustive account of the reign of Edward IV. Again, and again her intensive researches allow the author to throw new light on obscure points, or to put some casual reference in chronicles or letters into its true relation.
Table of Contents
Book 4: England and France 1. Readjustments 2. A Treaty with the Duke of Brittany and a Visit from the Seigneur de la Gruthuyse 3. A Settlement with the Hanseatic League 4. Bargains with Burgundy and Scotland 5. The Expedition to France Book 5: Louis XI’s Pensioner 1. A Quiet Year 2. Clarence and Mary of Burgundy 3. The End of Clarence 4. The Bishop of Elne 5. Louis Delays 6. A Visit from the Duchess Margaret 7. War with Scotland 8. Gloucester Invades Scotland 9. The Treaty of Arras and the Death of Edward Book 6: Miscellanea 1. Edward’s Relations with his Council, with Parliament, and with the Church 2. The Merchant King and Some of His Fellow Merchants 3. Edward as a Builder and as a Patron of Letters