The Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 12

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CUP Archive, 1902
 

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CHAPTER L
1
Attempt to harmonise modern culture with Christianity
8
Political action Extravagance and frivolity Beginnings of decadence
14
Final estimate of Leo X Election of Adrian VI 1522
20
Relations of Clement and Charles V Treaty of Barcelona 1529 Con
26
Failure of Julius ideas Decadence of Italy and corruption of the Papacy
27
Contents
28
Concordat with Francis I 1516 Election of Paul III 1534
34
The Reformed ministry
371
CHAPTER XII
377
Processes for heresy in the Veneto Court of Renee at Ferrara
384
Followers of Valdes
390
Aonio Paleario Pietro Carnesecchi
396
Francisco de Enzinas Dryander
402
Auto4eff at Valladolid
408
Negotiations with the Papacy Damiao de Goes
414

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35
Candidature for election to the Empire
40
Disaffection of the Duke of Bourbon
46
Conspiracy of Girolamo Morone 1525 League of Cognac 1526
52
Invasion of Italy by Lautrec Clement VII comes to terms with Charles V
58
Resources in Italy Revenues of Francis I
64
CHAPTER III
66
Charles leaves for Spain Successes of the Turks in the Levant
72
and Charles V invade France Peace of Crépy 1644
78
Policy of Gonzaga and Mendoza in Italy
84
Charles abdication Accession of Pope Paul IV His character and action
90
Revenue Justice The army
96
Burgundy and the Netherlands Regents
102
CHAPTER IV
104
At the University of Erfurt
110
Luthers ordination Transfer to Wittenberg 1508
116
The practice of Indulgences
122
Remission of guilt Luthers position
128
Mission of Miltitz to Germany Interview with Luther
134
Luther at the Diet
140
CHAPTER V
142
The state of popular feeling in Germany
148
The knights and Sickingen
154
Spread of the Reformed doctrines
160
The Anabaptists
166
His execution Second Act of Uniformity 607
168
Demand for a General Council Catholic Princes at Ratisbon 1524
172
Articles of the peasants Spread of the movement
178
Utopian schemes
184
Suppression of the rebellion 15256
190
Philip of Hesse Recess of Speier 1526
196
Packs forgeries Philip of Hesse and the Catholics
202
Luther and Zwingli
208
Ferdinand King of the Romans Recess of Augsburg 1531 Resort
214
Charles leaves Germany for Italy His failure
219
Anabaptists in the Netherlands Rising at Munster 1534
225
Fall of Wullenwever 1535
231
Joachim U of Brandenburg Death of Duke George of Saxony
237
Partition of Wurzen The Protestants overrun Brunswick Conversion
243
Summons of a General Council to Trent
249
Heresy and treason Position of the Schmalkaldic League
255
Battle of Muhlberg 1547 The Elector and the Landgrave prisoners
261
Question of the imperial succession
267
Treaty of Passau Siege of Metz 1552
273
Results of the Reformation period in Germany
279
Vacillating policy of Francis I Cops address 1533
285
Results of persecution Spread of Reform
291
Distinguished converts Protestant Synod 1559
295
Edict of July Estates at Pontoise Attacks on the Clergy
302
His humanistic and religious studies
308
Zwinglis relations with Luther and Erasmus
314
Effect of the Reform movement on the Swiss Confederation
320
Political schemes of Zwingli Catholic countermovement
326
The first Peace of Kappcl 152
332
Relations with Germany The TetrapoUtana
335
Division of the Swiss Confederation
341
Persecution in France
347
Moral attitude of the Commentary
353
The Bishop The Vicedom The citizens
359
His relation to Augustine
365
CHAPTER XIII
416
Failure of Suffolk War with Scotland
422
Treaties with France Wolsey in France Sack of Rome
428
The Divorce Wolseys pardon His College Arrest of Wolsey
434
The Kings marriage annulled 1533 Excommunication
440
The Ten Articles Askes rebellion
446
His character The King in Yorkshire
452
Mary Stewart crowned The treaties repudiated
458
Murder of Beton Death of Henry VIII
462
Effects of the suppression Education
468
CHAPTER XIV
474
Proclamations against innovations Somersets policy
480
Religious persecution Foreign policy
486
Peasants revolt Robert Ket French aggression
492
More stringent policy of Reform
498
Release of Somerset His rivalry with Warwick
504
Questions still unsettled Erastianism 595
506
Parliament of 1553 Dangerous position of Northumberland
509
Northumberland marches against Mary Advice of Charles V
515
Her Church policy The Reformers Cranmer 621
522
Sir Thomas Wyatt in Kent 627
529
Elizabeth at Hampton Court Marys delusion
535
The Reformers petition Parliament Attitude of Parliament 640
541
Relations of the European Powers in 1557 645
547
CHAPTER XVI
550
The backwardness of Scotland The Church
556
Religious condition of England Elizabeths own faith
562
Colloquy of Westminster
568
England France and Scotland
574
Elizabeth Philip II and Pius IV 678
580
Elizabeth and the Catholics Position of the Bishops 686
588
Elizabeth and the Calvinists Zurich Bullinger
597
Reconquest of Sweden by Christian
603
Paul Eliaesen and his followers
609
His successes Fate of the Bishops
615
Reformation in Iceland III Sweden Rising under Gustaf Eriksson
621
Gustavus ultimatum The Recess of Vasteras J20
627
Swedish religious settlement
633
NOTE ON THE REFORMATION IN POLAND
634
The Oratory of Divine Love
640
Failure of the Colloquy The religious Orders
646
Last days of Queen Mary
649
Foundation of the Society of Jesus
652
Organisation of the Society
658
Arrangements for business Spanish and Italian Bishops
664
Removal of the Counci l to Bologna 1549 Suspension Election of Pope
670
Pope Paul IV 1555 His secular and religious policy
673
The Sacrament of Orders The rights of Bishops
680
Acceptance and execution of the decrees
686
Renaissance and Reformation Latin and Teuton
692
Organisation of the Scottish Church Presbyterianisin
693
The letters of Erasmus
698
The new scholasticism
704
The French Renaissance
710
Heretical views of the Deity
716
Reformation 806813
806
The Scandinavian North 814817
814
Tendencies of European Thought in the Age
825
Beginnings of the Peasants Rising 1524 177
830
Index 835857
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