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#The last part of the Mirour for magistrates wherein may be seene by examples passed in this realme, vvith howe greenous [sic] plagues, vyces are punished in great princes & magistrats, and hovv frayle and vnstable vvorldly prosperity is founde, where fortune seemeth most highly to fauour. Mirrour for magistrates. Part 3.# The last part of the Mirour for magistrates wherein may be seene by examples passed in this realme, vvith howe greenous [sic] plagues, vyces are punished in great princes & magistrats, and hovv frayle and vnstable vvorldly prosperity is founde, where fortune seemeth most highly to fauour. Mirrour for magistrates. Part 3.

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##Content Summary##

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  1. Loue and Liue. TO ALL THE NOBIlitie, and all other in office, God graunte wiſedome and all thinges nedefull for the preſeruation of their Eſtates. Amen.

  2. A TABLE OF THE Contentes of this Booke.

  3. ❧A BRIEFE MEMOriall of ſundry vnfortunate Engliſhmen. VVILLIAM BALDVVIN to the Reader

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  1. ❧THE FALL OF SIR Robert Treſilian chief Iuſtice of England, and other his fellowes, for miſconſtruinge the Lawes and expoundinge them to ſerue the Prynces affections. Anno.

WHen finiſhed was this Tragedy, which ſemed not vnfyt for the perſons touched in y• ſame. Another wh

  1. HOVV THE TWO ROGERS, ſurnamed Mortimers, for their ſundrye Vyces, ended theire lyues vnfortunatelye, the one Anno. 1329. the other. Anno. 1387. AFter this Tragedye ended, Mayſ•er Ferrers ſayde, ſeeinge it is beſte to place eche perſon in his or
  2. HOVVE SIR THOMAS of VVoodſtocke, Duke of Gloceſtre, Vncle to King Rychard the ſecond, was vnlawfully murdered. Anno. 1397. WHen maiſter Ferrers had ended this fruictfull Tragedye, becauſe no mā was readye with an other, ha
  3. HOVV THE LORDE Mowbray promoted by Kynge Rychard the ſeconde, to the State of a Duke, was by him Baniſhed the Realme, in the yeare of Chriſte. 1398. and after died myſerably in exile. THis tragical example was of al the company wel liked, howbeit a doubt was foūd therin, & that by m
  4. HOWE KINGE RICHARDE the ſecond was for his euil gouernaunce depoſed from his ſeate, in the yeare
  5. & miſerably murthered in priſon the yeare folowing. WHen Maiſter Ferrers had ended this ſo woful a Tragedye, and to all Princes a right worthy inſtructi
  6. HOVV OVVEN GLENdour ſeduced by falſe Prophecies, tooke vpon him to be Prince of VVales, & was by Henry Prince of England chaſed to the Mountaynes, where he moſt miſerably ſtarued for hunger. Anno.

WHan mayſter Phaer had ended the Tragedy of thys hunger ſtaruen Prynce of Wales, it was well liked o

  1. ❧HOVV HENRYE Percy Earle of Northumberlande, was for his couetous, and trayterous attempt put to death at Yorke. Anno. 1407. BY that this was ended, I had found oute the ſtorye of Richard Earle of Cambridge: •becauſe it conte
  2. HOVVE RICHARD Plātagenet Earle of Cambridge entending the Kinges deſtruction, was put to death at Southampton. Anno. Domini. 1415. WHan ſtout Richarde had ſtoutly ſayde his mynde, belike ſayd one, this Rychard was but a little man,
  3. HOVVE THOMAS MONtague Earle of Saliſburie, in the middeſt of his glorie, was chaunceablye ſlayne at Orliaunce with a peece of Ordinaunce the third of Nouember. Anno

THis ſtraunge aduenture of the good earle draue vs al into a dumpe, inwardly lamēting his woful deſ

  1. HOW KING IAMES THE firſt for breaking his othes and bonds was by Gods ſufferaunce miſerably murdered of his owne Subiectes. Anno. 1437. WHen this was ſayde (quod one of the companye) let paſſe theſe Scottiſh matters, and returne we to o
  2. HOVV DAME ELIANOR Cobham Ducheſſe of Gloceſter▪ for practiſing of witchcraft and Sorcery, ſuffred open penance, and after was baniſhed the realme into the yle of Man. SVerly (ſayd one of the companye) thys Lady hath don much to moue the hearers to pitye her, & hath v
  3. HOVV HVMFREY PLANtagenet Duke of Gloceſter Protector of England, during the minoritie of his Nephue kinge Henrye the ſixt, (commonlye called the good Duke) by practiſe of enemies was brought to confuſion. THe good Duke hauing ended his wof•ll tragedye, after much talke had concerning diſcention among the
  4. HOWE VVILLIAM DELApoole Duke of Suffolke was worthelye baniſhed for abuſing his kinge, and procuringe the death of Duke Humfrey of Gloceſter, protector of England. Anno. 1450. VVHan this was ſayd: euery man reioſed to heare of a wicked perſon ſo righteouſly puniſhed: for thou
  5. HOW IACKE CADE NAminge himſelfe Mortimer, trayterouſly rebellinge agaynſt his Kinge in Iune. Anno. 1450. was for his treaſons, and cruell doinges worthely puniſhed. BY ſaint Mary (ſaid one) if Iacke were as wel learned, as you haue made hys oration, whatſoeuer hee
  6. THE TRAGEDY OF EDmond Duke of Somerſet, ſlayne in the firſt battayle at Saynct Albanes, the. 23. day of May, in the. 32. yeare of Henry the ſixt. Anno. 1454. AFter this Tragedy ended, one ſayd ſeeinge this Duke hath ſo vehemently exclaymed agaynſt the Duke o
  7. HOW RICHARD PLANtagenet Duke of Yorke was ſlayne through his ouer raſh boldneſſe, and his Sonne Earle of Rutland an Infant cruelly murdered Anno. 1460. WIth that maiſter Ferrers ſhoke me by the ſleeue ſaying: why how now man do you forget your ſelfe? b
  8. Howe the Lorde Clifforde for his extreame crueltie, came to a cruel, ſtraunge, & ſodaine death. Anno. 1461. WHan this tragedy was ended, O Lord ſaid another, how horrible a thing is diuiſion in a Realme, to h
  9. THE INFAMOVS ENDE of the Lord Tiptoft, Earle of VVorceſtre, for executing his princes crueltie. Anno. 1470. THis Typtoftes Tragedye was not ſo ſone •iniſhed, but one of the company had prouided for another, o
  10. HOW SIR RICHARD Neuill Earle of Warwicke, and his Brother Iohn, Lord Marquiſe Montacute, through their to mutch boldneſſe were ſlayne at Barnet, the
  11. of Aprill. Anno. 1471. AS ſoone as y• Earle had ended this admonition, ſure (ſaid one) I thinke the Earle of Warwick althou
  12. HOW KINGE HENRY the ſixt a vertuous Prince, was after many other miſeries, cruelly murthered in the Tower of London the. 22. of May. Anno. 1471. THis tragedy ended, another ſayd: either you or Kinge Henry are a good Philoſopher ſo narrowly to ar
  13. HOW GEORGE PLANtagenet thirde Sonne of the Duke of Yorke, was by his Brother. K. Edward wrongfully impryſoned, and by hys Brother Richarde miſerably murdered the. 11. of Ianuary. Anno.

BY that this tragedye was ended, nighte was ſo nere come that we could not conueniētly tary togethe

  1. HOVV KINGE EDVVARDE the fourth throughe his ſurfeting and vntēperate life ſodainly dyed in the midſt of his proſperity, the ninth of April Anuo. 1485 WHan this was red euery man for the time tooke his leaue of other, and departed (for then it waxed d

  2. HOVV SIR ANTHONY WOD vile Lord Riuers and Scales, gouernour of Prince Edvvard was with his nephu Lord Richard Gray, and other cauſeleſſe impriſoned and cruelly murdered. An. 1483 WHā I had read this, they liked it very wel, one wiſhed yt the combat which hee fought with the Baſ

  3. HOW THE LORD HAſtings was Betrayed by truſtinge to mutch to his euill Counſaylour Cateſby, and Vilanouſly murdered in the Tower of London by Richard Duke of Gloceſter, the. 13. of Iune Anno. 1483. WHen I had read this, one ſayd the admonition geuen in the hiſtory was profitable for the auoyding o

  4. THE INDVCTION,

  5. The Complaynt of Henry Duke of Buckingham. HOw like you this my maiſters (quoth I) very wel ſayd one: the tragedy excelleth: ye inuention alſo

  6. How Collingbourn was cruelly executed, for making a fooliſh Ryme. GOds bleſſinge on his heart that made this ſayd one) ſpecially for reuiuinge our auncient Liberties.

  7. HOW RICHARD PLANtagenet Duke of Gloceſter, murdered his Brothers Children vſurpinge the Crowne, and in the.iij. yeare of his Raygne, was moſt worthely depriued of life, & Kingdome in Boſworth Playne, by Henry Earle of Richmond, after called Kinge Henry the ſeuenth, the.22. of Auguſt. 1485. WHen I had read this, wee had muche talke aboute it. For it was thought not vehement enough for ſo v

  8. THE WILFVL FAL OF blacke Smith, and the fooliſhe ende of the Lord Awdeley in Iune. Anno. 1496. IT is pity (quoth one) that the metre is no better ſeeing ye matter is ſo good: you may do very wel

  9. HOVVE SHORES WIFE Kinge Edwarde the fowerthes Concubine, was by king Richard deſpoyled of al her goodes, and forced to doe open pennaunce.

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