The Cambridge modern history, Volume 12

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CUP Archive, 1929 - History, Modern - 1033 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER L
1
Meeting of Bayonne 1664
7
Battle of Moncontour
13
Massacre of St Bartholomew 1672
19
Return of King Henry
25
Meeting of the Estates General at Blois
31
Death of Anjou
37
The Duke of Guise in Paris
43
Relations of GrandDuke Ferdinand to France and Spain
397
The Vaudois Proceedings against them
403
His financial and industrial policy
410
Truce of Suresnes 1593 French invasion of the Savoyard States
417
Peace of Vervins 1598 523
418
Italy in the latter half of the sixteenth century The States of the Church
423
Sixtus V and Paolo Giordano Orsini Organisation of Sixtus system
429
Sixtus V and Philip II
435

X
48
Siege of Paris Paris relieved by Parma
49
Turnebe Lambin Do rat
55
PAGE
56
Jesuit learning Desportes Du Bartas
61
Montaigne and the Wars of Religion
67
THE CATHOLIC REACTION AND THE VALOI8 AND BATHORY
73
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
PASS
128
Causes of the war with Venice Cyprus
133
Deaths of Selim II 1574 and Mohammad Sokolli 1579
139
Accession of Ferdinand I 1558 His churchmanship
145
Bohemia under Ferdinand
147
Albert of Prussia and the Osiandrista
153
The Imperial Towns and the Wetterau Counts Christopher of Wiirttemberg
159
Maximilian elected Roman King 1562
165
Double election to the Polish throne Stephen Bathory 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 Granvelle
192
Abolition of the Consulta Order for carrying out the Decrees of Council
198
The Culemburg Banquet The Gueux
204
Meeting of leaders at Dendermonde
210
The Council of Blood
216
He raises an armed force
222
Death of Montigny at Simancas
228
aaaaasination by Balthasar Gerard 1584
259
Elizabeth and the insurrection
265
Catholic schemes Murder of Riccio
271
Conference at Craigmillar
273
The Casket Letters
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
Hie Armada and the fireships off Calais
313
Expedition to the Azores Loss of the Revenge Capture of the Madre de Dion
319
Cadiz taken by storm
325
Sir Francis Walsingham
331
Enterprises against England and the English supremacy in Ireland 621
336
Division in the Queens Council
337
Assertion of the episcopal authority John Penrys petition to Parliament
343
Political perils of Catholicism Bull of Excommunication 1570
349
Economic distress
355
Monopolies Their suspension by the Queen
357
Her strength and weakness
363
The Areopagus The classical fallacy Spensers Shepheardt Calender
369
Peele Greene Kyd
375
Fletcher Beaumont Massinger Webster Ford Shirley
381
Cosimo Grand Duke of Tuscany 1569 The Moderates Attempt of
387
Army navy and finance
391
Ecclesiastical buildings St Peters
441
The Sapienza The Religious Orders
447
and Henry IV Mission of Luxemburg
453
Be rni and Bernetque verse Capitoli
459
The Inquisition and the Index
465
Translations Bernardo Tasso
471
CHAPTER XV
475
Financial and industrial condition of Spain
481
New political problems in Europe The Inquisition in Spain
487
English aid to the Huguenots and the Revolt of the Netherlands
493
Failure and death of Don John 1678 Philip II claims the succession
499
The Armada sails 1588 The voyage
506
Castile on the brink of financial ruin
512
His last days Archduke Ernest in Flanders
519
Isabel and Albert assume the sovereignty of Flanders
524
Fresh rebellion in Ireland 630
531
Exhaustion of Spain Valladolid the capital
537
Expulsion of the Moriscos 160910 642
543
BRITAIN UNDER JAMES L
549
The Gunpowder Plot 655
555
James Is foreign policy and Spain
559
Conflict between Coke and Bacon Dismissal of Coke 666
566
Fall of Bacon Official irregularities 671
572
CHAPTER XVIII
579
Review of Henry VIIIs Irish policy Pope Paul III and Con ONeill 686
586
His death Beginnings of the Counterreformation in Ireland Mission
592
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
The Archdukes at Brussels
634
Conferences and discussions at the Hague
641
Conclusion of the Twelve Years Truce 1609 The JulichCleves succession
642
Oldenbarneveldt and the ContraRemonstrants Maurice opposes Olden
648
Attempted Union with Scotland Finance Salisbury Lord Treasurer
656
CHAPTER XX
657
Progress of Henry IVs cause Reconstruction
663
Losses on the northern frontier Cambray
669
in Britanny Edict of Nantes
675
Auvergne and Bouillon
681
Hostility between France and Spain Henrys negotiations with Italian
683
The Princess of Comic Henrys uncertainties His preparation for war
689
His system of absolute government
695
The religious difficulty in Hungary and Austria
701
Archbishop Gebhard of Cologne Attempted Protestantisation of the see
707
Deaths of John Casimir and Landgrave William Landgrave Maurice
713
Spanish incursions in the northwest Christian of Anhalt
717
The Donauwdrth troubles Commission of Duke Maximilian of Bavaria
723
The JulichClevesBerg government and succession Death of Duke John
729
Death of Rudolf II Character of his rule
736
The Reformation State Church The prince rummus epitcoput
742
Different conceptions of Law
746
the hero of legitimism James Is True Law of Free Monarchy
752
The Church a societas perfecta Bellarmin Molina Suarez
758
Jealousy of government Principle of resistance
764
Taile of dates of adoption of the New Style
770
and Bathory Elections 77981
779
Chbonological Table of Leading Events 87480
874
Index
881

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