The first Jew to be knighted, he was also a close and trusted friend of Edward IV, as well as of Richard.
New candidates for her hand now appeared in the persons of a brother of Edward IV.
Several parliaments were held here, but after the time of Edward IV.
She lived with her husband seven years, but about 1470, left him to become one of the mistresses of Edward IV.
There is an attractive window in this transept, the gift of Edward IV.
The regular riding-post system owes its origin to Edward IV.
His company was founded in 1460, and received a grant of arms from Edward IV.
The system of prohibiting the import of foreign wrought goods was acted upon very extensively in Edward IV.
He was one of the sheriffs, and an alderman in the year 1470, knighted by Edward IV.
But very little is heard further of him during the reign of Edward IV.