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Fri Mar 21 17:12:47 2014 UTClccn-n790454780.06Nine days a queen : the short life and reign of Lady Jane Grey /0.311.00The instrument by which Queen Jane was proclaimed queen of England, &c.; setting forth the reasons of her claim, and her right to the crown. <From the first edition, in three folio sheets>4919568Lady_Jane_Greyn 79045478278865Dudley, Jane, 1537-1554Dudley, Jane, lady, 1537-1554Dudley Jeanne Grey 1537-1554Dudley, Lady Jane, Known As Lady Jane GreyGraia, Ioanna, 1537-1554Graia, JoannaGraia, Johanna 1537-1554Gray, Ieanne 1537-1554Gray, Jane 1537-1554Gray, Jane, Lady, 1537-1554Gray, Johanna 1537-1554Grey, Jane, 1537-1554Grey, Jane, LadyGrey, Joänna, Lady, 1537-1554Grey, JohannaGrey, Johanna, 1537-1554Grey, Lady JaneJane England, Queen, 1537-1554 1537-1554Jane GreyJane, queen, 1537-1554Lady Jane, 1537-1554Lady Jane Greylccn-no2011141534Weir, Alison1951-lccn-n50022308Rowe, Nicholas1674-1718lccn-n79081709ElizabethIQueen of England1533-1603lccn-n50043642MaryIQueen of England1516-1558lccn-n80064359Rinaldi, Annlccn-n50024444EdwardVIKing of England1537-1553lccn-nr95030799Hertford, Katherine SeymourCountess of1540-1568lccn-n79113093HenryVIIIKing of England1491-1547lccn-nr96028042De Lisle, Leandalccn-n2009047831Keys, Mary Grey1545?-1578Grey, JaneLady1537-1554BiographyHistoryDramaRecords and correspondenceSourcesJuvenile worksFictionGrey, Jane,--Lady,Great BritainQueensNobilityHertford, Katherine Seymour,--Countess of,SistersKings and rulersEdward--VI,--King of England,Mary--I,--Queen of England,Elizabeth--I,--Queen of England,Henry--VIII,--King of England,FamiliesGray familyEnglandWyatt, Thomas,Self-actualization (Psychology) in womenBrandon familySuffolk, Dukes ofPolitical sciencePrincessesEnglish drama (Tragedy)Grey, MaryTower of London (London, England)England--LondonScotlandProtestant womenDeathExecutions and executionersVerse drama, EnglishPropheciesTheologyChurch of EnglandEnglish fictionChristian lifeKings and rulers--SuccessionLast wordsHeads of stateShore, Jane,Edward--IV,--King of England,Cruikshank, George,AnimalsTurtlesSelf-perceptionRunningLord's Supper--Real presenceTudor, House ofPrayersBullinger, Heinrich,ReformationCranmer, Thomas,153715541553155415551558156015621570157415821607161216151636164916511661167016741688169417011705171017141715171817191720172517271729173017331735173617401744174617481750175417551758176117621764176917711774177617771778178117821785178917901791179218021805180618071808180918101812181518161817181818191820182218241825182618271828182918301831183218341835183618371838183918401841184218441845184618481849185018531854185518561857185818591860186118631864186918701871187518781881188218851886188918901891189318951896189718991900190119031905190819091910191119121913191419151920192519261927192819311933193419351938194519461948194919501951195219531957195819621963196419651967196819691970197119721974197519771978197919801982198319851986198719891991199219941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013320823831085920.7DA20ocn232114583ocn050062484ocn051088392ocn084693896ocn801099672ocn489281271ocn859152249ocn054964341ocn050020021ocn059995576Queens796ocn003950931book18310.63Writings of Edward the Sixth : William Hugh, Queen Catherine Parr, Anne Askew, Lady Jane Grey, Hamilton, and BalnavesHistorySources685ocn071492292file15550.73Werdmüller, OttoA moste frutefull, piththye and learned treatise, how a christen ma[n] ought to behaue himself in the dau[n]ger of death642ocn000011019book19650.06Grey, JaneThe turtle who wanted to runJuvenile worksFictionA turtle wishes he could run like other animals but when a fox tries to eat him he is thankful for his shell556ocn606542010file15740.66Werdmüller, OttoA moste fruitefull, pithie, and learned treatise, hovv a Christian man ought to behaue himselfe in the daunger of death and how they are to be releued and comforted, whose deare friendes are departed out of this worlde, moste necessarie for this our vnfortunate age [and] sorowfull dayes534ocn606536599file16360.70Grey, JaneThe life, death, and actions of the most chaste, learned, and religious lady, the Lady Iane Gray daughter to the Duke of Suffolke. Containing foure principall discourses written with her owne hands. 1. An admonition to such as are weake in faith. 2. A catechisme. 3. An exhortation to her sister. 4. Her words at her death461ocn766889503com16880.66A conference between the Lady Jane Grey and F. Fecknam a Romish priest, concerning the blessed sacrament; whilest she was prisoner in the Tower of London, and was beheaded on the Green there, Feb. 12. 1554. Together with her behaviour and last speech and prayers at her suffering375ocn606861669file16510.63Love, ChristopherThe strange and wonderful predictions of Mr. Christopher Love Minister of the Gospel at Laurence Jury, London: who was beheaded on Tower-Hill, in the time of Oliver Cromwell's government of England. Giving an account of Babylon's fall, And in that Glorious Event. A general reformation over all the world. With a most extraordinary prophecy, of the late revolution in France, and the Downfall of the Antichristian Kingdom, In that Country. By M. Peter Jurieu. Also, Nixon's Cheshire prophecy333ocn060209915book20010.81Brief confessional writings : Grey, Stubbes, Livingstone, and ClarksoneBiographyRecords and correspondence+-+9067965936276ocn004215244book18250.90Grey, JaneThe literary remains of Lady Jane Grey: with a memoir of her lifeHistory252ocn001389174book18180.79Rowe, NicholasLady Jane Gray a tragedyDrama162ocn839337194file16510.35Love, ChristopherThe strange and wonderful predictions of Mr. Christopher Love, minister of the Gospel at Laurence Jury, London : who was beheaded on Tower-hill, in the time of Oliver Cromwell's government of England. Giving an account of Babylon's fall, and in that glorious event, a general reformation over all the world. With a most extraordinary prophecy, of the late revolution in France, and the downfall of the antichristian kingdom, in that country. By M. Peter Jurieu. Also, Nixon's Chesire prophecy166ocn013145040book18310.73Grey, JaneMemoirs and literary remains of Lady Jane GreyHistoryBiographyA biography and collection of writings providing insight into the social conditions of the lives of ruling class women in the 16th century England, as well as a personal look at the life of one such woman151ocn837770875com16150.73Grey, JaneThe life, death and actions of the most chast, learned, and religious lady, the Lady Iane Gray, daughter to the Duke of Suffolke Containing foure principall discourses written with her owne hands. The first an admonition to such as are weake in faith: the second a catechisme: the third an exhortation to her sister: and the last her words at her death151ocn000890361book18860.98Four curious documents. I.A letter from Katherine of Arragon, to Mary, her daughter. II. Anne Boleyn's last letter to Henry VIII. III. The proclamation of Lady Jane Grey's title to the crown. IV. A letter from the Princess (afterwards Queen) Mary, to her father (Henry VIII.) 1536History132ocn016827394book18400.93Grey, JaneThe life, death, and actions of the most chaste, learned, and religious lady, the Lady Iane Gray, daughter to the Duke of Svffolke : containing fovre principall discourses, written with her owne hands : the first an admonition to such as are weake in faith : the second a catechisme : the third an exhortation to her sister : and the last her words at her death101ocn251472602book19800.86Rowe, NicholasThe tragedy of the Lady Jane GreyDrama92ocn601442679book18640.76Cranmer, ThomasDie Briefe der Johanna Grey und des Erzbischofs CranmerSourcesRecords and correspondence71ocn023626130book16070.98Florio, MichelangeloHistoria de la vita e de la morte de l'illustriss. signora Giovanna Graia, gia regina eletta e publicata d'Inghilterra ... : :nella quale secondo le Diuine Scritture si tratta de i principali articoli de la religione Christiana. Con l'aggiunta d'una dottiss. disputa theologica fatta in Ossonia, l'anno 155471ocn496992358book15820.88The monument of matrones : conteining seuen seuerall lamps of virginitie, or distinct treatises; whereof the first fiue concerne praier and meditation: the other two last, precepts and examples, as the woorthie works partlie of men, partlie of womenConcerning prayer and meditation52ocn042901539art18081.00Grey, JaneThe instrument by which Queen Jane was proclaimed queen of England, &c.; setting forth the reasons of her claim, and her right to the crown. <From the first edition, in three folio sheets>287122ocn070630652book20060.14Weir, AlisonInnocent traitor : a novel of Lady Jane GreyHistoryFictionBiographical fictionHistorical fictionLady Jane Grey was born into times of extreme danger. Child of a scheming father and a ruthless mother, for whom she was merely a pawn in a dynastic power game with the highest stakes, she lived a live in thrall to political machinations and lethal religious fervour. Jane's astonishing and essentially tragic story was played out during one of the most momentous periods of English history. As a great-niece of Henry VIII, and the cousin of Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I, she grew up realize that she could never throw off the chains of her destiny. H er honesty, intelligence and strength of character carry the reader through all the vicious twists of Tudor power politics, to her nine-day reign and its unbearably poignant conclusion+-+203949098526945ocn055149555book20040.06Rinaldi, AnnNine days a queen : the short life and reign of Lady Jane GreyHistoryJuvenile worksFictionLady Jane Grey, who at sixteen was Queen of England for nine days before being executed, recounts her life story from the age of nine+-+3874905155188662ocn083426631com17150.76Rowe, NicholasThe tragedy of the Lady Jane GrayDrama166410ocn034549038book19960.19Weir, AlisonThe children of Henry VIIIHistoryBiographyHenry VIII left four heirs: his son Edward, daughters Mary and Elizabeth, and his great-niece, Jane Grey. The book covers the time between Henry VIII's death and Elizabeth I's accession+-+13664809853241288113ocn002567034book18400.63Ainsworth, William HarrisonThe tower of London; a historical romanceHistoryJuvenile worksFiction12814ocn057584860com20040.35Taylor, James DDocuments of Lady Jane Grey nine days Queen of England, 1553SourcesPublished information on Lady Jane is scant and contradictory; here, primary sources including Jane?s own letters illustrate the drama of a high-born, high-minded and intelligent young lady sacrificed on the pyre of ambition by her kin. The teenaged Lady+-+3188130235324106215ocn000681327book19620.23Chapman, Hester WLady Jane Grey, October 1537-February 1554HistoryBiographyBiography of the ill-fated English queen, pictured as a courageous and uncompromising individual, guided by her ideal of the triumph of Protestantism over the old faith10333ocn299706386book20080.18De Lisle, LeandaThe sisters who would be queen : Mary, Katherine, and Lady Jane Grey : a Tudor tragedyHistoryBiographyEvaluates the tragic story of Lady Jane Grey while offering insight into the parallel experiences of her sisters and the broader Grey family, detailing Jane's short reign and the royal bloodline that exposed all three to the enmity of Elizabeth I+-+608649098510039ocn302414686book20090.27Ives, E. WLady Jane Grey : a Tudor mysteryHistoryBiographyHere, Eric Ives presents a compelling new interpretation of Jane and her role in the accession crisis of 1553, with wide-ranging implications for our understanding of the workings of Tudor politics and the exercise of power in early modern England. --from publisher description+-+38694605969593ocn013063566book19860.20Luke, Mary MThe nine days queen : a portrait of Lady Jane GreyHistoryBiography8634ocn503042101book20100.10Meissner, SusanLady in waitingFictionChristian fictionAfter her husband leaves her, Jane Lindsay finds an old ring in a box of relics from a British jumble sale and discovers a Latin inscription in the band along with just one other word: "Jane." Feeling instant connection to the mysterious ring bearing her namesake, Jane begins a journey to learn more about the ring--and perhaps about herself and the lives of a sixteenth century dressmaker, Lucy Day, and the innocent young woman known in history as Lady Jane Grey+-+58330925858494ocn013256522book19850.21Plowden, AlisonLady Jane Grey and the House of SuffolkHistoryBiographyTreats the family of the House of SUffolk as a whole, set in its historical perspective, with particular emphasis on Jane Grey, the doomed Nine Days Queen66631ocn642660622com17440.79Rowe, NicholasLady Jane Gray a tragedyDrama62615ocn051282280visu19850.13Nunn, TrevorLady JaneHistoryDramaHistorical films"In 1553, England's idle rich were anything but idle. With the blessing of the royal family, they plundered the riches of the church, stole the finest farmlands, and generally took all the best things the country had to offer. A cousin to the infamous Henry VIII, Lady Jane Grey disapproved of the way her fellow nobles behaved, and disagreed with their religious beliefs. But as a sheltered 16-year-old, there wasn't much she could do about it. Then, through a strange turn of events, Lady Jane Grey was crowned Queen Jane, ruler of all England. Based on the true story of the girl who found herself Queen of England for nine days at age 16"--Container60612ocn082161847rcrd20060.12Weir, AlisonInnocent traitorHistoryFictionLady Jane Grey was born into times of extreme danger. Child of a scheming father and a ruthless mother, for whom she was merely a pawn in a dynastic power game with the highest stakes, she lived a live in thrall to political machinations and lethal religious fervour. Jane's astonishing and essentially tragic story was played out during one of the most momentous periods of English history. As a great-niece of Henry VIII, and the cousin of Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I, she grew up realize that she could never throw off the chains of her destiny. Her honesty, intelligence and strength of character carry the reader through all the vicious twists of Tudor power politics, to her nine-day reign and its unbearably poignant conclusion+-+670576379659623ocn003298073book18500.70Resident in the Tower of LondonThe chronicle of Queen Jane, and of two years of Queen Mary, and especially of the rebellion of Sir Thomas WyatHistory+-+99658961363245575ocn000496360book19720.39Mathew, DavidLady Jane Grey: the setting of the reignHistoryBiography4555ocn681488781book20110.12Chase, Ella MarchThree maids for a crown : a novel of the Grey SistersHistoryFiction"Sixteen-year-old Jane Grey is a quiet and obedient young lady destined to become the shortest reigning English monarch. Her beautiful middle sister Katherine Grey charms all the right people--until loyalties shift. And finally Lady Mary Grey, a dwarf with a twisted spine whose goal is simply to protect people she loves--but at a terrible cost. In an age in which begetting sons was all that mattered and queens rose and fell on the sex of their child, these three girls with royal Tudor blood lived under the dangerous whims of parents with a passion for gambling. The stakes they would wager: their daughters' lives against rampant ambition"-- Cover verso+-+K3433025854328ocn230988994book20080.19De Lisle, LeandaThe sisters who would be queen : the tragedy of Mary, Katherine, & Lady Jane GreyHistoryBiographyTheir story is one in which high politics had the most personal possible impact on the women whose lives it charts, one in which the pressure for royal women to produce legitimate male heirs ended instead in their brutal deaths or enforced celibacy+-+405467255540328ocn000334296book16070.76Dekker, ThomasThe famous history of Sir Thomas WyatHistoryDrama+-+9067965936+-+9067965936Fri Mar 21 15:47:03 EDT 2014batch46949