History of England from the fall of Wolsey (to the defeat of the Spanish armada).

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Castelnau de Mauvissiere sent to England
48
Unsatisfactory peace signed at Paris with the Protestants
54
She refuses to assist the Protestants
60
His interview with Archbishop Quiroga
66
Plots with Lady Shrewsbury
72
Her correspondence with Regent Morton
78
Difficulties of James 636
79
The Spanish troops evacuate Holland
84
League with the States
91
Don Bernardino Mendoza sent to England
99
Alencon offers to assist the States
106
Champagnys mission 41
110
Distress of her Ministers
116
She rejects the Scotch proposals
123
Elizabeth changes policy again
129
She invites Alencon to visit her
138
Alencon leaves the States
144
Demands of Alencon
151
General dislike in England of the Alencon marriage
160
And then allowed to drop
164
The Refugees at Rheims
169
The Earl of Essex appointed governor of Ulster
175
Campaign of Essex in the north
183
Ovations and executions
189
Execution of justice in the South
195
Sir William Drury President of Munster
201
Sanders and James Fitzmaurice sail for Ireland with a com
208
They call on the Earl of Desmond to join them
209
Betrayed and killed 259
214
Malby destroys Ashketyn
215
Invasion of Kerry and narrow escape of Sanders
222
Lord Grey de Wilton Deputy
228
Lord Grey goes thither with the army
234
Collapse of the rebellion
240
Ulick and Shan Burke 261
242
Dress and habits of an Irish nobleman
246
Preparations for the last campaign
254
Arrest of Archbishop Hurley
263
Philip invited to assist the Catholics there
270
Elizabeth tempts Morton to commit treason
276
Obligation of Elizabeth to protect him
284
Dexterity and treachery of dAubigny
290
lo CuptUivi Ztl
347
Trial of Campian and his companions
353
Reflections on the treatment of the Jesuits
360
CHAPTER XXIX
367
Preparations for the great voyage
373
Valparaiso and Tarapaca
379
Failing to find it he returns by the Cape of Good Hope
394
Uneasiness of France and England
407
Manoeuvres to escape
421
She sends Alencon money
435
Final refusal to restore Drakes plunder
441
Fresh hesitation
448
Installed Duke of Brabant
454
Alternative prospects
460
Proposed association of James and Mary Stuart in
466
Elizabeth attempts to play her off against her son
472
Correspondence with the Catholics in England
478
Jesuit plot for invasion and insurrection
484
Action of the General Assembly
490
Defeat of the French at Terceira
497
Scene in Edinburgh
503
Elizabeth refuses
509
La Mothe Fenelon comes to London
516
Danger of James
522
Fresh plans for insurrection
528
Parties in Scotland
535
Mary Stuart consults Mendoza
543
She declines the Scotch proposals
552
Large sums advanced to Alencon
559
Enthusiastic delight of the Catholics
565
Ineffectual attempt at reconciliation
573
The Paris plot
579
James escapes from the Protestant nobles in Scotland
587
Guise ready to sail waits only for support from Spain
594
The King of Navarre applies to Elizabeth for support
603
Attempt to assassinate Elizabeth
609
Arrest of the Earls of Arundel and Northumberland
616
Violent scene with the Council
624
He again writes to Guise
637
Elizabeth makes fresh efforts for a compromise
652
Scotch politicians
669

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