The Cambridge Modern History: The wars of religion

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Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Sir Stanley Mordaunt Leathes
The University Press, 1904
 

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CHAPTER II
53
Contents
56
The Pléiade Ronsard Du Bellay
60
Montaignes Essays
66
Malherbe Regnier
72
THE CATHOLIC REACTION AND THE VALOIS AND BATHORY
73
PAGES
77
Contents
78
The Reformers assume the offensive Synods of Pinczow and Kozminek
79
Interregnum Compact of Warsaw 1573
85
Second interregnum
91
State entry and coronation of Stephen 1576
99
Turkish and Christian barbarism
105
Andrea Doria takes Coron Peace negotiations at Vienna and Constanti
108
War between Venice and the Turks
114
His annexations
120
Solymans last campaign and death 1566
126
Causes of the war with Venice Cyprus
132
Turkish proposals against Spain declined by Venice
138
New Erekutionsordnung Reichskammergericht Reichshofrath
144
Bohemia under Ferdinand
147
Albert of Prussia and the Osiandrists
153
of Bavaria and the Landsberg League
159
Maximilian elected Roman King 1562
165
Double election to the Polish throne Stephen Báthory prevails
171
Diet of Speier 1570 Maximilians unsatisfactory foreign policy
177
Character and policy of Philip II
183
The Inquisition Increase of the episcopate
186
The great nobles and the Consulta
192
Abolition of the Consulta Order for carrying out the Decrees of Council
198
The Culemburg Banquet The Gueuw
204
Meeting of leaders at Dendermonde
210
The Council of Blood
216
He raises an armed force
222
Death of Montigny at Simancas
228
Activity of Wilhelmus van Nassouwen
231
Alva quits the Netherlands 1573 Requesens succeeds him
237
Act of Federation between Holland and Zeeland
243
Agreement between Orange and Anjou
249
Anjou at Antwerp Attempt at assassinating Orange
255
Mary Stewart and Catholicism
261
Her cautious policy
267
Conference at Craigmillar
273
The Casket Letters 27
279
Massacre of St Bartholomew and its effects
285
Babington plot Proceedings against Mary
291
Drakes voyages to the Spanish main
297
Santa Cruz proposal
303
Sailing of the Armada 1588
309
The Armada and the fireships off Calais
313
Expedition to the Azores Loss of the Revenge Capture of the Madre de Dios
319
Cadiz taken by storm
325
Sir Francis Walsingham 3 31
331
Division in the Queens Council 7
337
Assertion of the episcopal authority John Penrys petition to Parliament
343
Political perils of Catholicism Bull of Excommunication 157
349
Economic distress
355
Monopolies Their suspension by the Queen
361
The work of Thomas Sackville A Myroure for Magistrates and Gorboduc
368
Shakespeares career
378
Active forces in Italy Tuscany and Savoy 334
385
Army navy and finance
391
Character of Cosimos rule His resignation
399
Emmanuel Philibert and Geneva Recovery of territory from the Swiss
407
His financial and industrial policy
418
Rome under Pius V and Gregory XIII
424
Suppression of brigandage in the Papal States
432
CHAPTER XIV
456
The Armada sails 1588 The voyage
506
Castile on the brink of financial ruin
512
Results of Philips rule
518
Enterprises against England and the English supremacy in Ireland
521
Accession and marriage of Philip III
527
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533
The Twelve Years Truce 1609
540
Cervantes and Don Quixote
546
Accession of James in England 1603 peace with Spain 1604 James
552
The Great Contract and its abandonment Dissolution of Parliament 1610
557
Chief Justice Coke and the supremacy of the law
563
Patents of monopoly
569
The Spanish marriagescheme Digby at Madrid Spanish occupation
575
Influence of the House of Kildare 681
581
Rebellion of the OMores and OConors
587
Munster politics
594
Papal intervention Invasion and death of Fitzmaurice Rebellion of
597
Tyrone allies himself with ODonnell
603
Submission of Tyrone General amnesty
609
Character of the plantation
616
His struggles with the States of Holland
622
Archduke Albert Governor
628
Foundation of Dutch East and West Indian Companies
634
Heemskerks victory at Gibraltar Peace negotiations
641
Conclusion of the Twelve Years Truce 1609 The JülichCleves succession
642
Oldenbarneveldt and the ContraRemonstrants Maurice opposes Olden
648
Execution of Oldenbarneveldt
654
Gallican sentiment and national feeling
660
The Kings opponents bought over
666
Loss of Amiens
672
Its recovery
678
CHAPTER XXI
696
Peasant insurrection in Austria
702
The Formula Concordiae Peace congress at Cologne
709
Spanish incursions in the northwest Christian of Anhalt
717
The Donauwörth troubles Commission of Duke Maximilian of Bavaria
723
The JülichClevesBerg government and succession Death of Duke John
729
Death of Rudolf II Character of his rule
735
Different conceptions of Law
746
the hero of legitimism James Is True Law of Free Monarchy
752
The Politiques Michel de LHôpital Pasquier Bodin
759
TABLE of DATEs of ADOPTION of THE NEw STYLE
770
The French Religious Wars 7714
772
French Humanism and Montaigne 7758
775
The Catholic Reaction in Poland and the Valois and Báthory Elections 77981
779
The Height of the Ottoman Power 7825
782
The Empire under Ferdinand I Maximilian II
786
VI VII XIX The Netherlands 15551625 798803
798
Mary Stewart 8105
810
The Elizabethan Naval War with Spain 81620
818
The Last Years of Elizabeth 8214
821
The Elizabethan Age of English Literature 8258
826
Tuscany and Savoy 82934
829
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831
Rome under Sixtus V 8358
835
The end of the Italian Renaissance 83942
839
Spain under Philip II and III 8436
843
Great Britain under James I VI 84751
847
Ireland to the Settlement of Ulster 8529
852
Henry IV of France 8606
860
Political Thought in the Sixteenth Century 86773
867
CHRONoLogical TABLE of LEADING EVENTs 87480
874
The Jesuits Tyrannicide Caeca obedientia
881
448
886
464
894
466
900
711
904
467
907

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