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rendered it necessary should be improved, that the work might be an exponent of the latest and ablest researches.
In conclusion, I may be allowed to explain that the slight alteration in the appearance of the present volume, as compared with that on the Norman and Plantagenet period, was adopted with a view to introduce more matter, without increasing the size and price of the volume. By this alteration, more than twice the quantity of text has been compressed within only half again as many pages as were contained in the former work.
TRAINING COLLEGE, YORK,
ANALYTICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Genealogical Table of the House of Tudor
Table showing the relationship between Charles V. and the royal family of England
preference to the Scottish house..
6. Warbeck's rebellion, and impersonation
7. The difficulties connected with the
5. Simnel's rebellion, and impersonation of
12. The French invasion of Naples
13. Henry's negotiations with Spain..
9. Wolsey's early career and introduction
10. His offices and preferments
2. The events which led to the League of
5. The Battle of Flodden Field
6. Circumstances which broke up the
7. Affairs in Scotland after the Battle of
8. Termination of the Italian wars which
resulted from the League of Cambray 28
14. Accession of Charles V. to the imperial
15. Respective powers and resources of the
24 16. Henry's position with regard to them
10. Origin of the balance of power, and of
11. The war concerning the Duchy of
*21. Henry's attempts to raise money for
22. Wolsey's disappointment at the election
30 23. Scottish invasion of England under the
24. English invasion of France. Treason
* On page 39, paragraph 20 should be numbered 21, and the subsequent paragraphs altered
ENGLAND DURING THE REIGNS OF
I. Aspects of public opinion regarding
7. Revival of the Lollards
41. Henry's final negotiations with the Pope 63
42. Proceedings against the clergy under
*43. Abolition of Annates and of the legis-
lative power of the Convocation
44. Henry's marriage with Anne Boleyn.. 66
45. Cranmer appointed Archbishop of
3. The Reformation in Germany..
4. Establishment of the Reformation in
5. Sketch of the more prominent doctrinal
66. The last days of Henry VIII.
67. Settlement of the succession..
CHAPTER III. THE REFORMATION.
Cranmer pronounces judgment in the
divorce, which the Pope declares to
47. The statutes by which the English
III. The dissolution of the monasteries.
53. Suppression of the lesser monasteries
55. The northern rebellious. The Pilgrim-
57. Suppression of the greater monasteries
58. Execution of Pole's relatives and his.
mother, the Countess of Salisbury .. 86
59. The disgrace and execution of Cromwell 87
60. Execution of Queen Catherine Howard 89
V. Affairs of Wales and Ireland; Scot-
64. Pacification of Ireland under Henry
65. Henry's relations with Scotland and
13. Henry was not a reformer
15. Publication of the Scriptures
16. The Statute of the Six Articles
17. Circumstances which at this time
marked the progress of the Reforma-
18. First proceedings of the new govern-
ment with regard to the Reformation 125
* On page 65, paragraph 46 should be numbered 43, and so on to end of chapter.
1. First proceedings of the Council of
2. The Protector's invasion of Scotland
3. Political intrigues of Lord Seymour
4. The Rebellions in the western and
5. Somerset compelled to resign his
CHAPTER IV. THE REIGNS OF EDWARD VI. AND MARY. 1547-1558.
SECTION I.-THE REIGN OF EDWARD VI.
11. Mary's marriage treaty with Philip of
13. Execution of Lady Jane Grey
14. Treatment of the Princess Elizabeth.. 148
16. England reconciled to Rome : 150
SECTION 1.-FROM THE ACCESSION OF
THE CAPTIVITY OF MARY QUEEN OF
9. First reactionary proceedings of Mary's
10. Parliamentary proceedings. Acts of
I. The re-establishment of the Reform-
1. First proceedings of Elizabeth's govern-
2. Final separation of the church from
3. Changes in the church establishment.. 166
21. Popular opposition to the Reformation.
22. The persecutions for heresy during
4. The treaty of Cateau Cambresis
5. Rise of the Reformation in Scotland 168
10. Mary's career in Scotland: her mar-
17. Who originated this persecution?
18. Martyrdom of Rogers, Hooper, Taylor,
26. The War with France
CHAPTER V. THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH. 1558-1603.
12. Mary expelled from Scotland
SECTION II.-DURING THE CAPTIVITY OF
I. The first troubles which arose out
14. Anxieties of Elizabeth's cabinet about
15. The great Northern Insurrection
16. Persecution of the Catholics
19. Increased severity of the persecution 155
20. The martyrdom of Ridley and Latimer 156
III. The troubles which concluded
23 Abdication of the Emperor Charles V. 160
24. Mary restores the church property
25. Plots which again endangered the
19. The first appearance of Nonconformity 186
20. Beginning of Presbyterianism
21. Persecutions by the High Commission
8. Mary, Queen of Scots, arrives in Scotland 171 III. The Revolt of the Netherlands,
9. Elizabeth's transactions with the
and the Wars of the Huguenots.