The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon: The Story as Told by the Imperial Ambassadors Resident at the Court of Henry VIII

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INDEX.
ABBOTS, mitred: division of opinion on the Annates Bill, 187.
"Advocation" of a cause to Rome, 109.
Alençon, Princesse d': Wolsey's alleged desire of Henry VIII.'s marriage with, 49sq.
Amadas, Mrs., 235.
Annates Bill, 187.
Appeals, Act of, 58, 209.
Arches Court, the, reformation of, 185.
Arthur, Prince ( Henry VIII.'s brother): question of the consummation of his marriage. with Catherine, 171.
Ateca, Father (Bishop of Llandaff), Catherine's confessor, 379.
Audeley, Chancellor, 405.
BARENTYNE, Sir William, 60.
Barton, Elizabeth. See Nun of Kent.
Bath, Bishop of (English ambassador at Paris), on the initial stages of the divorce of Henry VIII., 25.
Becket, Archbishop (Canterbury), the hero of the English clergy, 158.
Bellay du (French ambassador to EngU+00AsD land): on Wolsey's position towards the divorce, 94; on the Blackfriars Legatine court, 107; account of Wolsey after his fall, 121; mission from Francis to Anne Boleyn, 250; special mission to Clement, 256; the Pope's reply, 257sqq.; mission to the Pope in regard to Milan, 362; description of the debate in Consistory on the Ball of Deposition, 369.
Bonet, Dr., English agent at Rome, 104.
Bishop's courts, the, reformation of, 185.
Bishops, English: their qualified accep tance of the Royal Supremacy, 161; their official opinions on the divorce question, 166; unanimous against the Annates Bill, 187.
Bilney, Thomas, burnt as a heretic, by a bishop's order, 255.
Blackfriars, the trial of the divorce cause before the Legatine court at 49; the Papal supremacy on its trial there, 100.
Boleyn, Sir Thomas ( Anne Boleyn's father: afterwards Earl of Wiltshire): opposed to his daughter's advancement, 48. See also Wiltshire, Earl of.
Boleyn, Lady, 47; the charge of her being unduly intimate with Henry VIII., 55, 57.
Boleyn, Anne: account of her family and her early life, 47; alleged amour with Henry Percy, ib.; hatred of Wolsey, 48; her personal appearance, ib.; attempt to influence Henry in appointing an Abbess, 71; annoyance at Wolsey's getting a pension after his fall, 132; pleasure at the signs of Henry's breach with the Papacy, 152; said (by Chapuys) to be favouring the Lutherans, 163; unpopularity arising from her insolence and her intrigues, 167; objects to the Princess Mary being near her father, 174; created Marchioness of Pembroke, 193; compliments paid her by the French king, 194; present at the Interview between Henry and Francis, 195; continued unpopularity, 201; agrees to a private marriage, 203; a staunch Lutheran, 207; announcement of her being enceinte,211; her coronation, 230; gives birth to a daughter, 238; Bill establishing the succession in her offspring by Henry, 262; attempts to force Princess Mary to acknowledge her as Queen, 266; alleged threats against Mary, 262, 266, 269, 279; suspected evil intentions against Catherine, 277; meets a rebuff in the acquittal of Lord Dacre, 284; violence and insolence to the King through jealousy, 296; and to his principal Ministers, 297; urges Henry to bring Catherine and Mary to trial under the Succession Act, 312.; joy at Catherine's death, 382; friendly message to Mary, 383; Anne's continued unpop ularity, 385; letter to Mrs. Shelton about Mary, 387; a second miscarriage, 388; a long catalogue of misdeeds charged against her, 402;Easter ( 1536) at Greenwich, 404; inquiry into infidelities charged against her, 415; charged before the Council with adultery, 417; sent to the Tower,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon 1
  • Chapter I 21
  • Chapter II 41
  • Chapter III. 62
  • Chapter IV. 70
  • Chapter V 86
  • Chapter VI 99
  • Chapter VII. 110
  • Chapter VIII. 131
  • Chapter IX. 141
  • Chapter X 157
  • Chapter XI 175
  • Chapter XII 192
  • Chapter XIII. 218
  • Chapter XIV. 243
  • Chapter XV. 260
  • Chapter XVI. 283
  • Chapter XVII. 301
  • Chapter XVIII 318
  • Chapter XIX 347
  • Chapter XX 371
  • Chapter XXI 389
  • Chapter XXII 412
  • Chapter XXIII 436
  • Chapter XXIV 450
  • Index 465
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