" It does not appear into whose hands the Tattershall estate fell after the death of the Lord Treasurer Cromwell [in 1455], until the year 1487, when Henry VII. Ipurchased Tetersall] I have not found elsewhere any mention of Edward the Fourth having possessed Tattershall Castle in Lincolnshire. Had I known,-the exclamation of one who repents of a thing done unadvisedly. In The Paradyse of daynty deuises, 15 76, the second copy of verses is entitled Beware of had I wyst. possess,-or, rather, use: "Surgyons occupy oyntmentes, &c., Vulnarii medici vtuntur," &c. In a Rythmus de contemptu mundi, attributed to the same saint, are these lines; " Dic ubi Salomon, olim tam nobilis? 147.) So also Lydgate in a poem on the mutability of human affairs; "And wher is Salomon moost soueryn of konnynge; Richest of bildyng, of tresour incomparable? THE POETICAL WVORKS OF JOHN SKEL T O N: PRINCIPALLY ACCORDING TO THE EDITION OF THE REV.
describing Nottingham Castle, says; "But the moste bewtifullest Part and gallant Building for lodgyng is on the Northe side, wher Edward the 4.
George's Chapel at Windsor], which exhibits one of the most beautiful specimens in this or any other kingdom, of that richly ornamented species of architecture, which prevailed towards the close of the fifteenth and the commencement of the 16th century, was begun by King Edward IV., who having found it necessary to take down the old chapel on account of its decayed state, resolved to build another on the same site, upon a larger scale, and committed the superintendence of the building to Richard Beauchamp, bishop of Salisbury. 468 of the same volume.-An account of the manors, &c., granted by Edward to Windsor College, will be found in Pote's Hist.
repaired this house [Eltham Palace] with much cost, and inclosed Horne Park," &c.
Absolon profferyd his heare for to sell, Yet for al his bewte wormys ete him also] stercorry, i.
of Meditationes piissimce de cognitione humance conditionis, a piece attributed to Saint Bernard, we find, "_Nihil aliud est homo, quam sperma fcetidum, saccus stercorum, cibus vermium....