Grafton's Chronicle Henry VII is in Grafton's Chronicle.
The next yere after Queene Elizabeth, liyng within the Tower of London, was brought abed of a fayre daughter on Candlemasse day, which was there christened and named Katheryn, and the xj. day of the same moneth, the sayde most vertuous Princes and gracious Queene there deceassed, and was with all funerall pompe caryed through the Citie of London to Westminster, and there buried, whose daughter also taryed but a small season after her mother.
After the death of this noble Princes, which for her great vertue was commonly called good Queene Elizabeth, departed Sir Reignolde Bray knight of the Garter, a very father of his Countrie, a sage and a graue person, and a feruent louer of iustice. In so muche that if any thing had beene done agaynst good lawe or equitie, he would after an humble fashion plainly reprehende the king, and geue him good aduertisement how to reforme that offence, & to be more circumspect in another lyke case.
Of the same vertue and honest John Morton plainenesse was lohn Morton Archebishop of Cauntorbury, which Bishop dyed as (it is shewed aboue ) two yeres before. So these two persons were euer restrayners and refrayners of the kinges wilfull scope and vnbrideled libertie, where as the rude and ignorannt people say and affirme, that their counsaile infected and corrupted the kinges cleane and immaculate conscience, contrary to his princely disposition & naturall inclination. Such is euer the error of the comon people: but surely as long as the king would heere and obey such as warned him of his offyce royall and kingly dutie, he coulde in no wise erre or swarue asyde. About this tyme also dyed Henrye Archebishop of Cauntorbury, rowme Doctor William Warram Bishop of London supplyed. And to the Bishopricke of London was elected William Barnes, after whose death succeded Richard Fitziames.
In which yere the xviij. day of February, the king (47) at his Palace of Westminster, wyth all solemnitie created his onely sonne Henry Prince of Wales (12), Erle of Chester. & c. which noble yonglyng succeded his father, not onely in the inheritaunce and regalitie, but also was to him equall in honour, fame, learnyng and pollicie.