Contents: This gentlewoman, Mistress Anne Boleyn; The lovely freedom of France; And then she was sent for home again; The Lord Percy would then resort; In great estimation & favor; To kindle the bran of amours; He knew not how much he might advance her; God disposeth all things; The long hid & secret love; Then began other matters to brew; Coming of the legation; Thus went this strange case forward; The Queen to be removed; Foolish communication of people; To pass the seas; Till she was great with child; His most dear & wellbeloved wife Queen Anne; The Queen was delivered; O wavering & newfangled multitude!; Desire of wilful princes; O madness, O foolish desire, O fond hope; If eyes be not blind.
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Used availability for Carolly Erickson's Anne Boleyn
August 1984 : UK Hardback
July 1985 : UK Paperback