A History of Diplomacy in the International Development of Europe, Volume 2

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Longmans, Green, and Company, 1906 - Europe
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Contents

The fortunes of the Papacy 72
46
The Teutonic Order in Prussia
50
The humiliation of Benedict XII 31
52
Progress of the Hundred Years War
56
The mediatorial offices of Sigismund
63
The Treaty of Troyes
69
Restoration of the papal monarchy
74
Authorities
80
Conclusion of the Hundred Years War
82
The affairs of Italy become of European importance
87
Sforzas opposition to France
93
The Kingdom and the Papacy
99
The interview and Treaty of PeYonne
106
The war between France and Burgundy
112
The diplomatic situation in 1473
118
Preparations for the attack on the Swiss
124
Marriage of Mary of Burgundy with Maximilian
130
The conspiracy of the Pazzi
136
The intrigues of the Pope and the Emperor 112
142
Dissolution of the Triple Alliance
148
The influence of Louis XI on diplomacy
155
THE IMPERIAL ASPIRATIONS
163
Election of Rodrigo Borgia as Alexander VI
169
The projects of Charles VIII
175
The ExpeDition of Charles VIII into Italy
182
Preliminaries to entering Rome
188
Ratification of the treaty and act of obedience
195
The deception of De Commines
201
The death of Charles VIII and accession of Louis XII
208
The Orleans claims to Milan
214
The diplomatic activity of Louis XII
216
Ludovico Sforzas negotiations with Alexander VI
223
The conquest of Naples
229
Authorities
235
The end of Alexander VI
241
Attitude of Julius II
247
The progress of events in Italy
253
Betrothal of Claude to Francis of AngoulSme
260
Ximenes rule in Castile
266
The decline of Venetian commerce
267
Negotiations of the Pope with Maximilian
273
The war of the League with Venice
279
Attempts to influence the Empire and death of Cardinal
285
Formation of the Holy League
291
The pacific policy of Wolsey
297
Negotiations of Leo X and Francis I
303
The changed conception of the State
310
The wreck of Wolseys policy
365
The invasion of France
372
The disillusionment of Henry VIII
378
Relation of the English to the transaction of Charles V w
384
The attitude of the Emperors former allies
390
The League of Cognac
396
Authorities
402
ENCE OF THE REFORMATION
405
The threefold programme of Charles V
411
The Peace of Cambray
418
The development of Lutheranism
424
The embarrassment of the Emperors plans in Germany
430
The relative strength of Charles V and Francis I
437
The Emperors arraignment of Francis I at Rome
443
The secret diplomacy of France
449
The Hungarian question
455
Attitude of the German princes toward peace
461
The Emperors diplomacy at Regensburg
467
The defencelessness and peril of Charles V
473
The Peace of Augsburg
479
Authorities
486
SOVEREIGN STATE SYSTEM
489
The contest of Elizabeth and Philip II
495
William the Silent
502
The conspiracies in England
508
Significance of the principle of sovereignty
514
The Pacification of Ghent
521
The annexation of Portugal to Spain and the preponderance
527
The Babington Plot
533
Negotiations of the League with Philip II
539
The failure and death of Philip II
545
The work of the jurists
551
Reopening of the struggle
557
The attitude of France toward the German situation
563
TV The Significance of the Thirtt Years
569
The influence of Giotius
572
The Diet of Regensburg of 1030
578
Victories and death of Gustavus Adolphus
584
The work of Richelieu for France
590
Method of procedure
597
Effect of the Congress upon Europe
603
A List of Popes and Emperors from 1313 to 1648 and
612
Rulers of the Spanish Monarchies and Portugal from 1313
618
A Chronological List of Treaties and other Publio Acts
624
INDEX
637
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