“[Elizabeth of York] lived on terms of sincere affection with her husband, and the assertion of that Henry treated her with harshness and neglect, must certainly be regarded as untrue. It could easily be proved, from contemporary documents, that the King governed his house with wisdom and discretion, and deeply loved his consort, whose happiness he promoted by every means in his power.”
                          –The Queens of England and Their Times, by Francis Lancelott1858

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