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THE POPULAR

U. m. HISTORY OF ENGLAND:

An Hlustrated History

OF SOCIETY AND GOVERNMENT FROM THE EARLIEST

PERIOD TO OUR OWN TIMES.

BY CHARLES KNIGHT.

“ The harvest gathered in the fields of the Past is to be brought home for the use of the Present.”—DR. ARNOLD, Lectures on Modern History.

VOLUME III.

FROM THE REIGN OF EDWARD VI. TO THE REIGN OF CHARLES I.

LONDON:
BRADBURY AND EVANS, 11, BOUVERIE STREET.

1857.

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CHAPTER IV.-A.D. 1553 to A.D. 1554.

The Lady Jane proclaimed Queen

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Northumberland leaves London

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Queen Mary proclaimed in London 53
Northumberland and others tried

54
Northumberland's Execution and Apos-
tasy

54

Lady Jane Grey in the Tower .

55

Coronation of Mary

57

Her Person and Qualities

57

Parliament

57

Sweeping Changes in Religion

58
Proposed Marriage with Philip .

58

Popular Hatred of the Marriage

59

Ambassadors arrive to arrange a Treaty. 59
Insurrection of Wyat

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Conduct of the Queen

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Wyat's March to London .

62

The Insurrection defeated

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ILLUSTRATIONS.

Stone at Hadleigh, to the Memory of Dr.

Taylor
Latimer
Cranmer, on the Morning of Esecution

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CHAPTER VII.-A.D. 1555 to A.D. 1558.
Sights and Events in London in the first
year of the Persecution

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King Philip leaves England

95

Abdication of Charles V.

96

Parliament

96

Pope Paul IV..

96
The Dudley Conspiracy.

97

The Princess Elizabeth again suspected 98

Pole consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury 99

Visitation of the Universities.

99

Exhibitions of Bigotry

99

Philip returns to England

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