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Murph Roxane
Richard III: The Making of a Legend
page 12

[26] Kendall, Richard III, p. 243.
[27] York Records as quoted by Kendall, Richard III, p. 245.
[28] Croyland Chronicle, p. 488.
[29] Kendall, Richard III, p. 449.
[30] Ibid., p. 250.
[31] Croyland Chronicle. p. 489.
[32] Ibid., pp. 488-489.
[33] Ibid., p. 489.
[34] Kendall, Richard III, pp. 259-260. See also Gairdner, Richard III, pp. 91-92, and Sharon Turner, The History of England During the Middle Ages, vol. III (3rd ed., London: Longman, Rees, et al., 1830), pp. 326-327.
[35] Kendall, Richard III, pp. 263- 264.
[36] Croyland Chronicle, pp. 489- 490.
[37] Kendall, Richard III, p. 302.
[38] Croyland Chronicle, pp. 490- 491.
[39] Kendall, Richard III, p. 320.
[40] Croyland Chronicle, p. 491.
[41] Kendall, Richard III, p. 324.
[42] Polydore Vergil, English History, ed. by Sir Henry Ellis (London: Camden Society, 1844), p. 199.
[43] Ibid., p. 200.
[44] Croyland Chronicle, p. 492.
[45] Ibid., p. 495.
[46] Vergil, English History, p. 204.
[47] Croyland Chronicle, p. 495.
[48] Kendall, Richard III, p. 343.
[49] Croyland Chronicle, p. 496.
[50] Vergil, English History, pp. 210, 214.
[51] Croyland Chronicle, p. 496.
[52] Kendall, Richard III, pp. 349- 350.
[53] Croyland Chronicle, pp. 499- 500.
[54] Ibid., p. 497.
[55] Ibid., p. 501.
[56] Vergil, English History, p. 216.
[57] William Hutton, The Battle of Bosworth Field, ed. and with additions by J. Nichols (2nd ed., London: Nichols, Son, and Bentley, 1813), pp. 25-27.
[58] Ibid., pp. 83-84.
[59] Vergil, English History, p. 217.
[60] Croyland Chronicle, pp. 501- 502.
[61] Kendall, Richard III, pp. 420- 421.
[62] Vergil, English History, pp. 222- 223.
[63] Kendall, Richard III, p. 427. See.also Albert Makinson, "The Road to Bosworth Field," History Today, vol. 13, no. 4 (April 1963), in which the author discusses the possibility that the mechanics of the battle, and Northumberland's position in the rear, made it impossible for him to come to Richard's aid in time (p. 247). The fact that Northumberland submitted quickly to Henry, however, suggests both the possibility of treachery and that the outcome of the battle did not displease Northumberland (p. 249).
[64] Croyland Chronicle, p. 503.


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