Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 3

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Macmillan, 1918
 

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He capitulates to the League
39
Murder of Guise 1588 Death of Catharine de Medici 1589
47
CHAPTER II
53
Turnebe Lambin Dorat The Pléiade Ronsard Du Bellay
60
Montaigne and the Wars
67
CHAPTER III
73
race
74
Contents
78
The Reformers assume the oflensive Synods of Pinczow and Kozminek
79
lnterregnnm Compact of Warsaw 1573 i
85
Second interregnum
91
State entry and coronation of Stephen 1576
99
1 CHAPTER XVI
104
hucoTurkiflh 811131106 n a c I 0 o c o Turkish and Christian barbarism
106
War between Venice and the Turks
114
Fresh outbreak of the Hungarian War Peace between the Empire
121
Solyman and the army Solyman and the teachers
132
CHAPTER V
140
Accession of Ferdinand I 1558 His churchmanship
146
CHAPTER VI
182
PAGE
190
CHAPTER VII
221
Taxation proposed by Alva Resistance
230
The Cnmisrzdrrs Surrender of Mons Assembly of the States of Holland
233
Zeeland in hands of insurgents Death of Lewis of Nassau
239
Negotiations for a general Union The Spanish Fury at Antwerp
245
The Malcontrms Treaty of Arras Union of Utrecht
251
Orange accepts the Countship of Holland and Zeeland
257
Mary in France Accession of Elizabeth
263
The Spanish marriage scheme abandoned Darnley
269
CHAPTER IX
294
Fresh English ventures Death of Sir Humphrey Gilbert
300
Preparations of Spain Her ships and seamen
307
Superiority of the English ships First meeting of the fleets 812
313
Expedition to Portugal 1689
317
Expedition to Cadiz 1696
323
The Queen and the Court factions
329
Anthony Bacon and foreign intelligence Trial and execution of
336
His policy of repression
342
Jewels Apologia and Hookers Ecclesiastical Polity
348
Economic distress
356
General character of Elizabeths rule
363
CHAPTER XI
364
Lylys Euphues
370
Sidney Watson
376
The achievements of the Elizabethan age of English literature
382
Cosimos death 1674 Rule of Francis de Medici his death 1687
396
Problems for Emmanuel Philibert
402
His financial and industrial policy
410
Interference and War in Provence
416
CHAPTER XIII
422
Election of Pope Sixtus V
428
and Philip II
434
The Spanish system of government
485
Enmity between England and Spain
491
Financial needs of Requesens and Don John of Austria
497
The birth of the Armada
503
Philip pauses
509
Flight of Antonio Perez
515
intrigues of the extreme Catholic party in England
521
Philip IIs last injunctions to his heir
526
Failure of the expedition of 1599 581
532
Exhaustion of Spain Valladolid the capital 587
538
Social decadence of Spain
544
The Kirk and the King
551
The Great Contract and its abandonment Dissolution of Parliament
557
Last voyage and execution of Ralegh Colonisation of Virginia
562
Buckinghams abuses Bohemia and the Palatinate 161921
568
Dissolution of Parliament 1622 Gondomar
574
irish legislation of Henry VII Poynings law The Church of Rome
580
Progres of the Reformation in Ireland 686
587
Munster polities
594
Ulster after the death of Shane ONeill
601
CHAPTER XIX
617
His struggles with the States of Holland
623
The great campaign of 1697
629
Campaign against Dunkirk 1600
635
Conferences and discussions at the Hague
641
Remonstrants and ContraRemonstrants
647
CHAPTER XX
657
Progress of Henry IVs cause Reconstruction
664
Siege 0 La Fere Henrys allies
671
Its recovery
678
The Grisona Henry and the United Provinces
685
His qualities and achievements
693
THE EMPIRE UNDER RUDOLF II
696
Peasant insurrection in Austria
702
Failure of Gebhards attempt Ernest of Bavaria elected Archbishop
708
Diet of Ratisbon Rudolfs difficulties in east and west Meeting
714
Matthias empowered by Rudolf to act in Hungary and make peace with
720
Rudolf renounces to Matthias Hungary Austria and Moravia
727
Letter of Majesty Religious and national victory of the Bohemian
728
Matthias enters Prague and summons a Diet Rudolf resigns Bohemia
734
The Anabaptists Politics and the Bible
741
Law as a command Theories of sovereignty
747
Paive Obedience New theory of the Church as a visible kingdom
753
The Original Compact The State arises from Voluntary surrender
762
Spanish and English losses
816
Pasquier Modern French history
826
Religion
863
roman designs
883
Charron
887
683
898
692
905
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