The Tudors Recap – Season 4 Footnotes Episodes 1-4

Bibliography

Fraser, Antonia, The Six Wives of Henry VIII, Arrow 1998

Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII, Weidenfield & Nicholson 2005

Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, William Collins 2017

Starkey, David, Six Wives, The Queens of Henry VIII, Vintage 2004

Weir, Alison, Henry VIII, King and Court, Pimlico 2002

Episode 1 – Moment of Nostalgia (Part 1)

One More Time

The Tudors Season 4: Martial, Hardcore, Who do you know from before?

Chapuys is back

1) Fraser, A, Six Wives p329-30, Weir, Alison Henry VIII, p443

2) Letters and Papers, Vol 15 (dated 6th August 1540) item 953, Marillac to Francis I.

Introducing the new new Queen

3) Fraser, A Six Wives, p329, but nothing to support it and I haven’t found it elsewhere, hence a quote from the book.

French Etiquette

4) Letters and Papers Vol 16 (dated 3rd September 1540), item 12, Marillac to Montmorency

5) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, William Collins 2017 p143

6) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, p222-223

7) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, p145

8) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, p149

9) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, copy of full letter text (modernized for spelling etc.) p123-4 (summary of this letter in Letters and Papers Volume 15, dated 15th July 1540, item 875)

Favorites are Problematic

Death by Subtext

10) Starkey, David, Six Wives, p659 (Letters and Papers Volume 16, Dated December 5th 1540, item 314)

11) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, p177-8 (Calendar of State Papers, Spain, 6th February 1541 item 151)

12) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p122-128

13) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p127-9

14) Starkey, David, Six Wives, p661, Gareth Russell Young and Damned and Fair, p126

15) Weir, Alison, Henry VIII King and Court p441 for one. Of my other stalwarts Antonia Fraser skates by very close (implying Joan maybe got a place without saying it), and the Historian ‘who probably shouldn’t be named’ correctly identifies Katherine Tilney as the one who got a place.

The Cowbridge Incidents

16) Letters and papers Volume 15, August 28th 1540, Item 1014

Petal to the Metal

17) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair, p97

18) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p150

19) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p99 (National Archives, State papers, 1/168 f.148)

20) Russell, Gareth, Young and Damned and Fair p237 (Incorrect footnote ref – L & P, V 276, can’t be vol 5)

Episode 1: Moment of Nostalgia Part 2

Pardon my caprice

1) Starkey, David, Six Wives, p650

2) Borman, T, Thomas Cromwell , p313 and p435 (Merriman, R.B. (ed) The Life and Letters of Thomas Cromwell 2 Volumes London 1902, Vol 1, p364, and Vol 2 p65)

3) Arthur dying a few days after being exonerated:

Letters and Papers, Volume 17, Dated March 4th 1542, Item 145

‘Heart attack’ narrative Holishead’s Chronicles. (apparently) I have not fully tracked it.

4) History of parliament online

5) Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII, p39

6) Hutchinson, Robert, The Last Days of Henry VIII p39 (Letters and Papers Vol 16, 27 June 1541, item 932)

The eyebrows could take a beam out.

Better Beginnings

Bitching about weeping judges

Rumblings

A tiny bit of Power

So…Rapist?

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=AIHZIT84nJIC&pg=PA230&source=gbs_toc_r&cad=4#v=onepage&q&f=false p227 richard hilles