The Cambridge Modern History, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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The University Press, 1918 - History, Modern
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Contents

PAGE
56
Dumoulin The Massacre of St Bartholomew and humanism Scaliger
59
La Noue Brantome Montaigne
65
Malherbe Regnier
71
THE CATHOLIC REACTION AND THE VALOIS 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
98
FrancoTurkish alliance 15356
104
Peace between Solyman and Ferdinand 1533 Exploits of Chaireddin
109
League against the Turks Embassies of Charles and Francis to Venice
116
Peace between the Empire and Turkey 1555 Wars in Persia and Hun
122
His treatment of his Christian subjects His title of the Magnificent
129
Battle of Lepanto 1571
135
Its restrictions and shortcomings
141
Bohemia under Ferdinand
147
Augustus of Saxony
150
William of JulichCleves The BrunswickLuneburg lines
156
The Protestants and the reservatum ecclesiasticum Diet of Ratisbon 15567
162
His advance towards conformity
168
Failure of the attempt against Calvinism Lutheran divisions
174
Rudolf elected Roman King Diet of Ratisbon 1576
180
CHAPTER XVI
182
WILLIAM THE SILENT
221
Alva proclaims a royal amnesty
227
The Camisaders 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 Malcontents 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
Marys marriage to Bothwell 1567
275
His army in Brabant
282
THE ELIZABETHAN NAVAL WAR WITH SPAIN
294
Fresh English ventures Death of Sir Humphrey Gilbert
300
Preparations of Spain Her ships and seamen
307
The Armada and the fireships off Calais
313
PAGE Expedition to Portugal 1589
317
Expedition to Cadiz 1596
323
The Queen and the Court factions
329
Anthony Bacon and foreign intelligence Trial and execution of Dr Lopez Francis Bacon and his connexion with Essex
335
Whitgift Primate
341
The Lambeth Articles Bacons plea for toleration
347
Appointment of an Archpriest in England
353
Accession of James I
361
CHAPTER XII
383
Police and religion
389
Character of Cosimos rule His resignation
395
Cosimos death 1574 Rule of Francis de Medici his death 1587
396
Problems for Emmanuel Philibert
402
His designs upon Saluzzo
408
Savoyard plots against Geneva Acquisition of Saluzzo
414
Escalade of Geneva 1602
420
Montalto
426
Suppression of brigandage in the Papal States
432
Transformation of Rome
438
CHAPTER XIV
456
Tl Cortegiano
462
Philip pauses
509
Flight of Antonio Perez
515
Enterprises against England and the English supremacy in Ireland
521
Philip IPs last injunctions to his heir 620
527
The English enterprise abandoned 634
533
Exhaustion of Spain Valladolid the capital 637
540
BRITAIN UNDER JAMES I
549
The Kirk and the King
560
Last voyage and execution of Ralegh Colonisation of Virginia and New England
562
Attempted Union with Scotland Finance Salisbury Lord Treasurer
566
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
Progress of the Reformation in Ireland
586
Munster politics
594
Ulster after the death of Shane ONeill
601
Consequences of the assassination of William of Orange
617
His failure and return to England Parmas plans and prospects 1588
623
The great campaign of 1597
629
Campaign against Dunkirk 1600
635
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
Trial of Oldenbarneveldt 1619
652
Oldenbarneveldts Bemonstrantie The waardgelders Armed interven
655
Force of the monarchical tradition 458
658
Dissolution of Parliament 1614 Ascendancy of Somerset 560 His fall Rise of Villiers The Spanish marriage question
661
The Croquants The Jesuits
664
Siege of La Fere Henrys allies
670
War with Savoy and settlement 1601
677
Hostility between France and Spain Henrys negotiations with Italian
683
The Princess of Conde Henrys uncertainties His preparation for war
689
His system of absolute government
695
THE EMPIRE UNDER RUDOLF II
696
Letter of Majesty Religious and national victory of the Bohemian Estates
728
Death of Henry IV Danger of European war averted Temporary calm 782
734
The Anabaptists Politics and the Bible
740
Different conceptions of Law
746
the hero of legitimism James Is True Law of Free Monarchy
752
Table of dates of adoption of tHe New Style
770
The French Religious Wars 7714
771
French Humanism and Montaigne 7758
775
The Catholic Reaction in Poland and the Valois and Bathory 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 798809
798
Mary Stewart 8105
810
The Elizabethan Naval War with Spain 81620
816
The Last Years of Elizabeth 8214
821
The Elizabethan Age of English Literature 8258
825
Tuscany and Savoy 82934
829
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 86778
867
CHronological Table of Leading Events 87480
874
Index
881
Treaty of CateauCambresis 1559 184
892
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