When Knighthood Was in Flower – Contents

When Knighthood Was in Flower
or, the Love Story of Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor the King’s Sister,
and Happening in the Reign of His August Majesty King Henry the Eighth

Rewritten and Rendered into Modern English from
Sir Edwin Caskoden’s Memoir by Edwin Caskoden [Charles Major]

Copyright 1898 and 1901 by the Bowen-Merril Company, Indianapolis, U.S.A.


Prologue: The Caskodens

Chapter I: The Duel

Chapter II: How Brandon Came to Court

Chapter III: The Princess Mary

Chapter IV: A Lesson in Dancing

Chapter V: An Honor and an Enemy

Chapter VI: A Rare Ride to Windsor

Chapter VII: Love’s Fierce Sweetness

Chapter VIII: The Trouble in Billingsgate Ward

Chapter IX: Put Not Your Trust in Princesses

Chapter X: Justice, O King!

Chapter XI: Louis XII a Suitor

Chapter XII: Atonement

Chapter XIII: A Girl’s Consent

Chapter XIV: In the Siren Country

Chapter XV: To Make a Man of Her

Chapter XVI: A Hawking Party

Chapter XVII: The Elopement

Chapter XVIII: To the Tower

Chapter XIX: Proserpina

Chapter XX: Down into France

Chapter XXI: Letters from a Queen

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