Text of letters in Old French, with English translation and commentary.
|Statement||[edited] by Edmund Curtis.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- v. 37, sec. C, no. 14|
|Contributions||Curtis, Edmund, 1881-1943.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 276-303,  fold. leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||303|
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Unpublished letters from Richard II in Ireland, , The diplomatic correspondence of Richard II. Unpublished letters from Richard II in Ireland, by Richard [Royal Letters Patent] by Richard (Book) 3 editions published Richard II (king of England ; ). [m] Richard II König von England. Richard II o Ingland. Richard II landed at Waterford on 1 June , and it has long been accepted that the purpose of the mission was to bring to heel those Irish princes who had broken their submissions of –5. But an examination of the hitherto neglected indentures for the army of show that it numbered about , less than half the size of that which. 3 Bennett, “Richard II and the Wider Realm,” ; Edmund Curtis, “Unpublished Letters from Richard II, –5,” Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy C37 (–27): –, at –82; Curtis, Edmund, Richard II in Ireland, –5: And Submissions of the Irish Chiefs (Oxford, ), 32 – 35; Johnston, Dorothy, “ Richard Cited by: 1.
Buy Richard II in Ireland, , and submissions of the Irish chiefs. With a facsimile and a map by Edmund Curtis (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday Author: Edmund Curtis. The forme of cury: a roll of ancient English cookery, compiled, about A.D. , by the master-cooks of King Richard II, presented afterwards to Queen Elizabeth, by Edward Lord Stafford, and now in the possession of Gustavus Brander, Esq.: illustrated with notes, and a copious index, or glossary, a manuscript of the editor, of the same age and subject, with other congruous matters, are. 44 Curtis, Edmund, Richard II in Ireland, –5, and submissions of the Irish chiefs (Oxford, ); see also idem, ‘Unpublished letters from Richard II in Ireland, –5’ in R.I.A. Proc, xxxvii (), sect. C, pp –Cited by: 4. Curtis, Edmund: Unpublished letters from Richard II in Ireland, –5, (XIV, July ) Seymour, St. J.D.: The vision of Adamnan, (XV, December ) PRIA Volume XXVIII (), Section C. Ball, F. Elrington: Some notes on the households of .
With Medieval Ireland may be coupled Richard II in Ireland (), a detailed documentary treat-ment of a particular episode, and his exposition of the legislation of Poyn-ings' parliament in Miss Conway's Henry VII's relations with Scotland and Ireland (). The book by which Curtis is most widely known, the History of Ireland. Richard’s Irish aspirations ended in failure, both for himself and for the English interest in Ireland. References and Further Reading. Curtis, E. Richard II in Ireland, – 5, and Submissions of the Irish Chiefs. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Johnston, Dorothy. “Richard II . Edmund Curtis () ‘Unpublished Letters from Richard II in Ireland, ’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature. Royal Irish AcademyRoyal Irish Academy, 37, pp. – This work reexamines the political and military aspects of the Revolution of It argues that Henry of Lancaster was not the ""all conquering"" hero of and that Richard II worked with all his faculties to outmaneuver his cousin politically rather than simply accept his fate and deposition with resignation.