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delivered to France.
Jealoufy of Henry. --
His manner of exercising that office. Death of the
the duke of Buckingham.
CHA P. XXIX.
Digreffion concerning the ecclefiaftical ftate. Origin of the reformation.-Martin Luther. Henry receives the title of Defender of the Faith. Causes of the progrefs of the reformation. War with France. Invafion of France. War with Scotland. A Parliament. Invafion of France. - Italian wars.
The king of France invades Italy. - Battle of Pavia and captivity of Francis. Francis recovers his liberty.- Sack of Rome.-League with France.
CHA P. XXX.
Scruples concerning the king's marriage.
ters into thefe fcruples. -Anne Boleyn,
The king en
applies to the pope for a divorce. The pope favourable. --The emperor threatens him.--The pope's ambiguous conduct. The caufe evoked to Rome. -Wolfey's fall. Commencement of the reformation in England. Foreign affairs.. Wolfey's death. ment. Progrefs of the reformation. ment. King's final breach with Rome.
CHA P. XXXI.
Religious principles of the people of the King the minifters --Farther progress of the reformation Sir Thomas More The maid of Kent -Trial and execution of Fiber bishop of Rochefter―― of Sir Thomas More. King excommunicated Death of queen Catherine Suppreffion of the leffer monafteries
Difcontents among the people
Birth of prince Edward and death of queen Jane
Difputation with Lambert A Parliament -- Law of the fix articles--Proclamations made equal to laws -Settlement of the fucceffion King's projects of marriage-- He marries Anne of Cleves He diflikes her A Parliament. Fall of Cromwel His execution King's divorce from Anne of Cleves His marriage with Catherine Howard―― State of affairs in Scotland-Difcovery of the queen's diffolute life- A Parliament Ecclefiaftical affairs.
James the fifth. Treaty with Scotland.
rupture. Rupture with France. A Parliament.
Affairs of Scotland. A Parliament.
paign in France. France and Scotland the earl of Surrey. folk.
Attainder of the duke of Nor
Death of the king. His character.
СНА Р. XXXIV.
State of the regency.
Innovations in the regency.
Gardiner's oppofition. Foreign affairs. Progrefs of the reformation in Scotland. Affaffination of cardinal Beaton. Conduct of the war with Scotland. -Battle of Pinkey. A parliament.
progress of the reformation. Affairs of Scotland. Young queen of Scots fent into France.
of lord Seymour. Dudley earl of Warwic. parliament. Attainder of lord Seymour..
CHA P. XXXV.
the council.Confpiracy against Somerfet.--Somerfet refigns the protectorship. -- A parliament.
Peace with France and Scotland. Boulogne furrendered. Perfecution of Gardiner. duke of Northumberland.
Lady Jane Gray proclaimed queen. Deferted by the people.The queen proclaimed and acknowledged. --Northumberland executed.. Catholic religion restored. A parliament. Deliberations with regard to