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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Henry VII 1457-1509; Reigned 1485-1509 1
  • Henry VIII 1491-1547; Reigned 1509-1547 21
  • John Colet 1466-1519 35
  • John Skelton Circa 1460-1529 53
  • Cardinal Wolsey Circa 1475-1530 69
  • John Fisher 1469-1535 85
  • Sir Thomas More 1478-1535 101
  • William Tindale 1495()-1537 117
  • Thomas Cromwell Circa 1485-1540 131
  • Sir Thomas Wyatt 1503-1542 145
  • Robert Kett D. 1549 163
  • Mary I 1516-1558; Reigned 1553-1558 183
  • Hugh Latimer Circa 1485-1555 201
  • Thomas Cranmer 1489-1556 217
  • Reginald Pole 1500-1558 239
  • Elizabeth 1533-1603; Reigned 1558-1603 251
  • John Knox 1505()-1572 267
  • Matthew Parker 1504-1575 291
  • Sir Thomas Gresham 1519-1579 309
  • Edmund Campion, S.J. 1540-1581 325
  • Sir Humphrey Gilbert 1539-1583 341
  • Sir Philip Sidney 1554-1586 361
  • John Foxe 1516-1587 377
  • Mary Stewart, Queen of Scotland 1542-1587 395
  • Sir Francis Walsingham Circa 1536-1590 415
  • Sir Richard Grenville Circa 1542-1591 431
  • Christopher Marlowe 1564-1593 449
  • Sir John Hawkins 1532-1595 461
  • Peter Wentworth 1524-1597 475
  • Sir Francis Drake 1538-1596 491
  • William Cecil--Lord Burghley 1520-1598 507
  • Edmund Spenser Circa 1552-1599 521
  • Richard Hooker 1554 ?-1600 537
  • Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex 1566-1601 551
  • John Lyly 1553?-1606 565
  • William Shakespeare 1564-1616 581
  • Sir Walter Raleigh Circa 1552-1619 595
  • Richard Burbage Circa 1567-1619 611
  • Francis Bacon 1561-1626 625
  • Ben Jonson 1572-1637 641
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