the cambridge modern history, Volume 7

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Sir Adolphus William Ward
CUP Archive, 1934 - History - 1055 pages
 

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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
Meeting of Bayonne 1664
7
Battle of Jarnac Death of Condé 1569
13
Defensive alliance with England Capture of Mons
19
Return of King Henry
27
Meeting of the Estates General at Blois
32
Catharines efforts for peace
41
Peace of Monsieur 1676 Beginnings of the League
45
Principe
468
CHAPTER XV
475
His return to Spain
481
Sailing of the Armada 1588
508
Isabel and Albert assume the sovereignty of Flanders
514
Spanish fleet at Corunna
527
Failure of the expedition of 1599
533
Exhaustion of Spain Valladolid the capital
540

Murder of Guise 1588 Death of Catharine de Medici 1689
47
CHAPTER II
53
The Pléiade Ronsard Du Bellay
60
Montaignes Essays
66
His relations to humanism
72
THE CATHOLIC REACTION AND THE VALOIS AND BÁTHORY
73
xxiv
78
The Reformers assume the offensive Synods of Pinczow and Kozminek
80
Meeting of Election Diet
89
Intervention of Jan Zamoyski
95
King Stephen and the Nuncio Laureo
102
Peace between Solyman and Ferdinand 1533 Exploits of Chaireddin
105
Murder of Prince Bayazid and his sons
125
Kurfürstentage Kreistage Reichsdeputationstage
144
Proposed offensive Protestant combination breaks down
165
Abdication of sovereignty of the Netherlands by Charles V 1555
184
PAGE
190
of Trent
198
Taxation proposed by Alva Resistance
230
CHAPTER VIII
260
Treaty of Edinburgh 1660 Mary lands in Scotland 1561
267
Conference at Craigmillar
278
Proceedings against Catholics in England
284
CHAPTER IX
294
Fresh English ventures Death of Sir Humphrey Gilbert
301
He insults Lisbon and returns to Sagres
308
Expedition to the Azores Loss of the Revenge Capture of the Madre
320
Enterprises against England and the English supremacy in Ireland
336
Economic distress
339
The succession question Death of Queen Elizabeth 1603
361
The work of Thomas Sackville A Myroure for Magistrates and Gorbodue
368
than Webster Middleton
382
New constitution of Florence
388
Condition of the Savoyard States
400
Emmanuel Philibert and Geneva Recovery of territory from the Swiss
407
Peace of Vervins 1598
418
CHAPTER XIII
422
His early relations with Spain France and other States Brigands
431
Destruction of ancient monuments
444
Continuity of the Renaissance
457
Buckingham in Paris French marriagetreaty
562
Papal intervention Invasion and death of Fitzmaurice Rebellion of
581
Henry VIIIs view of the Irish problem
583
Rise of Shane ONeill
589
Rebellion of James Fitzmaurice
595
Plantation of Munster 15869
599
Tyrone in Dublin He is proclaimed a traitor His intrigues with Spain
606
Cess Elizabeths two Irish Parliaments
612
His struggles with the States of Holland
624
Marriage of Albert and Isabel 1598 Commercial activity and prosperity
630
Battle of Nieuport Siege of Ostend
636
Trial of Oldenbarneveldt 1619
652
Henry of Bourbons position after the death of Henry III
658
Progress of Henry IVs cause Reconstruction
664
Siege of La Fère Henrys allies
670
Its recovery
678
Henry and the German Protestant Union
686
CHAPTER XXI
696
Peasant insurrection in Austria
702
Dutch immigration into German borderlands Religious strife at Aachen
709
Luthers revolution Comparison of his Liberty of a tian Man with
739
Law and force Idea of compulsion underlying all law and private right
745
The question of her marriage
773
CHAPTER IV
810
b 2
831
Financial and religious causes of discontent in the Netherlands
849
Social decadence of Spain
850
The Jesuits Tyrannicide Caeca obedientia
881
303
882
His Hungarian rule The Turkish peril
883
FrancoTurkish alliance 15356
888
142
899
270
901
633
903
592
904
143
906
The Kirk and the King
907
696
910
and the English Catholics
913
146
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