Hardyng, John

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  • Hardyng, John — • An English chronicler; b. 1378; d. about 1460 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hardyng, John     John Hardyng …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hardyng, John — (1378–ca. 1465)    John Hardyng was a soldier, spy, and poet,who authored a verse history of England known as The Chronicle of John Hardyng. The chronicle exists in two versions: The first version, dedicated to Henry VI, narrates English history… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • HARDYNG, JOHN —    See HARDING, JOHN …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • John Hardyng —     John Hardyng     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Hardyng     An English chronicler; b. 1378; d. about 1460. He was of northern parentage and entered the service of Henry Percy (Hotspur), and subsequently that of Sir Robert Umfreville. He was… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hardyng’s Chronicle —    Written by John Hardyng (1378–c. 1465), a soldier and antiquarian, Hardyng’s Chronicle is an English verse account of the history of England from its beginnings to 1461. Although Hardyng’s Chronicle is of value for the reign of HENRY VI,… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • John Hardyng — or John Harding (1378 ndash; 1465), English chronicler, was born in the north.As a boy he entered the service of Sir Henry Percy (Hotspur), with whom he was present at the Battle of Shrewsbury (1403). He then passed into the service of Sir Robert …   Wikipedia

  • John Harding — is a name that may refer to:*J. Eugene Harding (1877 ndash;1959), U.S. Representative from Ohio *John Harding, 1st Baron Harding of Petherton (1896 ndash;1989), British World War II general and governor of Cyprus *John Harding (Sha ko hen the… …   Wikipedia

  • HARDING, JOHN —    or HARDYNG    an English rhyming chronicler in the reign of Edward IV.; had been a soldier, and fought at Agincourt (1378 1465) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Primary Sources — ♦ Bruce, John, ed. Historie of the Arrivall of Edward IV in England and the Final Recouerye of His Kingdomes from Henry VI. In Three Chronicles of the Reign of Edward IV. Introduction by Keith Dockray. Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK: Alan Sutton… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • Battle of Otterburn — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Otterburn partof=Anglo Scottish border conflicts caption= date=5 August or 19 August, 1388 place=1 mile northwest of Otterburn, Northumberland result=Scottish victory combatant1=Scotland… …   Wikipedia

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