Anne Boleyn: A Chapter of English History, 1527-1536, Volume 1

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Macmillan and Company, 1884 - Great Britain - 691 pages
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This biography of Anne Boleyn focuses on her life while at the Court of Henry VIII. Derived from primary sources, Friedmann paints a sympathetic portrait of the young queen and her spectacular fall from grace.

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Contents

Chuoxulogical Table xxxvii to
lxxxiv
Henry AHI s revenues at first but 120000
6
His policy directed towards show rather than real advantage
12
His coarseness towards women
18
But they are dissatisfied and in opposition
25
Small results of his great preparations
31
CHAPTER I
37
Mary Boleyn becomes Henrys mistress
43
But they grow lukewarm as soon as they are installed
151
Henry thinks of marrying Anne without further ceremony
158
CHAPTER VIII
162
An interview between Henry and Francis arranged
164
The peers are sounded whether they will grant a divorce
166
Henry goes to Boulogne
170
His talents and ability
176
And grants the bulls
182

Sir Henry Percy wants to marry Anne
44
First steps taken towards a divorce
50
Wolsey proposes a new plan for obtaining a divorce
56
Anne and Wolsey form an alliance CI
62
And communicatod to Anne
68
Wolsey is not satisfied with them and wants a decretal
71
Cardinal Campeggio leaves Rome for England
77
And is punished for it by the sack of Rome
83
Campeggio is instructed to procrastinate
89
Wolseys fall postponed
95
Way in which the members were elected
101
Lord Wiltshire is served with a citation for Henry
107
Anne alarmed at Wolseys intrigues
113
Several French universities decide in favour of Henry
119
Wolsey is arrested
125
Coarse joy of Anne and her relatives at Wolseys death
127
She has violent quarrels with him
133
They serve the king rather than the church
139
Anne tries to drive her opponents from court
145
Dinteville has a parting audience with Henry 258
148
CHAPTER VI
200
Henry prepares for the struggle with Home
204
Insult offered to her by the Easterlings
207
Cromwell sides with Anne
212
He sees Marguerite of Navarre
218
Norfolk wants to return to England
224
Elizabeth is born
230
Reginald Pole recommended to the ambassador
234
Its captain Marcus Meyer is arrested at Kye
240
The nun stands at St Pauls Cross
246
The English ambassadors decide to intimate Henrys appeal
252
Anne upbraids him for his weakness
270
Du Bellay before the cardinals
276
The government meets with difficulties in parliament
282
He receives Castillons proposals very well
285
And that Henry is sure to gain his cause
291
The peers ask to be allowed to hear Sir Thomas More
297
The consistory is held on the 23rd of March
303
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