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CO N T E N T S
OF THE FOURTH VOLUM E.
CH A P. XXVIII.
: HENRY VIII. Wolfey's adminiftration. --Scots affairs. ---- Progress of
Francis the first. --- Jealoufy of Henry. - Tournay delivered to France. --Wolfey appointed legate.His manner of exercisong that office. -- Death of the emperor Maximilian. Charles king of Spain chofen emperor. - Interview between Henry and Francis at Calais. --The emperor Charles arrives in England.
- Mediation of Henry. —- Trial and condemnation of the duke of Buckingham.
p. I CH A P. XXIX.
Digression concerning the ecclefiaftical state. --Origin of
the reformation. ---- Martin Luther. Henry receives the title of Defender of the Faith. ---Causes of the progress of the reformation. ---War with France. Invasion of France. ---War with Scotland. A Parliament. - Invasion of France. - Italian wars. -The king of France invades Italy. - Battle of Pavia and captivity of Francis. -- Francis recovers his liberty.— Sack of Rome. -- League with France. p. 26
CHA P. XXX,
Scruples concerning the king's marriage. --The king ene
ters into thefe fcruples. Anne Boleyn. - Henry VOL. IV.
applies to the pope for a divorce. --The pope favourable. --The emperor threatens him.--The pope's ambiguous conduct. The cause evoked to Rome. —-Wolsey's fall. ---- Commencement of the reformation in England. --- Foreign affairs.--Wolfey's death. —- A parliment. -- Progress of the reformation. — A parliament.-- King's final breach with Rome. A parliament.
p. 67 CH A P. ' XXXI. :
Religious principles of the people of the King of
the ministers ---Farther progrefs of the reformation - Sir Thomas More - 'The maid of Kent - Trial and execution of Fisher bishop of Rochester -- of Sir Thomas Mare --- King excommunicated -- Death of queen Catherine ---- Suppression of the lefser monasteries
A Parliament i convocation -- Transation of the bible - Disgrace of queen Anke -- Her trial
to and execution -- A Parliament - A convocati..on - Discontents among the people -- Insurrection :Birtof prince Edward and death of queen Jane --- Suppression of the greater monasteries --Gardinal Pole.
p. 110 CHA P. XXXII.
Disputation with Lambert A Parliament ---- Law of the fix articles - Proclamations made equal to laws - Settlement of the succession -- King's projects of
marriage He marries Anne of Cleves---He dis.. likes her - A Parliament -- Fall of Cromwel · His execution --- King's divorce from Anne of Cleves
--His marriage with Catherine Howard - State of
affairs in Scotland ---- Discovery of the queen's disolute - life -- A Parliament -- Ecclefiaftical affairs.
CHA P. XXXIII.
War with Scotland. Victory at Solway. - Death of
James the fifth. - Treaty with Scotland. --- Neru .' rupture. ---- Rupture with France. A Parliament. --- Affairs of Scotland, - A Parliament. ---- Cam
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paign in France. A Parliament. Peace with France and Scotland — Perfecutions, Execution of the earl of Surrey. — Attainder of the duke of Nora folk. Death of the king.-- His character. His laws.
p. 197 CH A P. XXXIV.
State of the regency. -- Innovations in the regency.
Somerset protector. -- Reformation compleated. --Gardiner's opposition. — Foreign affairs. - Progress of the reformation in Scotland. Afassination of cardinal Beaton. —- Conduct of the war with Scotland. -- Battle of Pinkey. -- A parliament. —- Farther progress of the reformation. -- Affairs of Scotland. - Young queen of Scots sent into France. --Cabals of lord Seymour. —- Dudley earl of Warwic. -- A
parliament. -- Attainder of lord Seymour. —-- His execution. —- Ecclefiaftical affairs.
p. 241 CHA P. XXXV.
Discontents of the people — Insurrections Conduct of
the war with Scotland --- with France. --- Factions in the council. -Conspiracy against Somerset.--Somerset rehgns the protectorship. A parliament. ---Peace with France and Scotland. -- Boulogne surrendered. --- Persecution of Gardiner. --Warwic created duke of Northumberland. --- His ambition. --- Trial of Somerset. -- His execution. ----- A parliament.----A new parliament. - Succellion changed. The king's sickness ------ and death.
CHA P. XXXVI.
Lady Jane Gray proclaimed queen. ----- Deserted by the
people. ----- The queen proclaimed and acknowledged. --Northumberland executed.- Catholic religion restored. - A parliament. --- Deliberations with regard to