The Life and Administration of Cardinal Wolsey

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T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1812 - 268 halaman
 

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Maximilian proposes to annex Milan to the english crown Offers also to resign
43
The admiral of France sent to Londongains the favour of Wolsey
49
Measures of the cardinal in carrying the treaty into effect
54
Meeting of the courts of France and England between Ardres and Guisnes
60
Character of Leo X
67
Cause of the first outcry of Luther against the pope Trade of indulgences ruined
77
Henrys book on the seven sacraments procures for him the title of Defender
80
Circumstances which took place before his arrest
86
Science of political economy scarcely known in the time of Wolsey Difficul
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Changes arising from the decay of the feudal system Coalitions inconsistent
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His overtures with the Parliament not so successful Obtains a grant of only
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Death of pope Adrian Overtures of Wolsey to procure the papacy In
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BOOK I
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Deplorable condition of the scottish government at the close of the year 1524
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Masterly view of the moral and political state of Europe transmitted to Rome
121
Francis conveyed prisoner to Spain Unfeeling conduct of Charles towards him i
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Ambassadors sent to demand from Charles an immediate fulfilment of the terms
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Reciprocal policy which connected Scotland and France against England
137
The seizure and pillage of Rome by the imperialists under Bourbon
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Bold diplomatic artifice by which Wolsey attained the objects of his mission
147
Ceremony of the exchange of Francis for the dauphin and the duke of Orleans
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Wolsey on his return from France addresses the judges and other eminent per
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Character of the irish people their customs and amusements
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The earl of Ossory appointed deputy Acquittal of Kildare who returns and
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The Reformation one of the most important occurrences in the history of human
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Aim of Wolseys design in reforming the church First general result of
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XVI Progress of the ornamental arts in Italy favoured by the repose which that coun
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