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and obliges Urbino to quit Na- Letter to the King, ib.--the, ples, 47 -- threatens to pillage her Brother, &c. arraigned the City of Milan, 49-faves
and convicted, 13
is beChancellor Merone’s Life for the
headed, 14. Sake of Cash, 50--bis War. Bulleyn, Sir Thomas, the Lady
like Courage and Death, 111. Anna's Father, created Earl of Pourg, Anne du, Chancellor of Ormond, 18o.
France, Mem. p. 31. Bullock, Dr. his Character, 84. Brabalon, William, Erg; Vice- Burleigh, Lord Treasurer, 274. Treasurer of Ireland, 181- Burnet, Bp. quoted, 127, 244,
, Lady Susan, ib.
246, 247, 249, 260, 261, Brian, Conner 0, King of Tho- 278, 279, 280, 283, 286,
mond, and his Descendants, 318, 319, Mem. p. 26.
66, 67. Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, Lord
C Keeper, 279. Bridges, George Rodney, Esg; Re- Cefar, Sir Julius, Knt, Lord
presentative in Parliament for Commissioner of the Great Seal, Winchester, 200.
276. . Brion, Admiral of France, his Calvin, a Cotemporary with Death, Mem. p._34.
Luther, and a zealous ReformBrittanyannexed to France, Mem.
er, 76. p. 30.
Cambden's inconsistent Character Bromley, Thomas, Esq; Ld. Chan- of Wolfey 182, describes
cellor, 273—the late Willian, the Town of Ipswich, and his Efq; ib.
College there, 199. Brown, Robert, a bad Steward Cambray, Congrefs at, 160 to the Cardinal, 329.
Treaty concluded there, 161 Bruyere, Monf. a Passage in one --termed the Purgatory of the of his Fables applied to Wolscy, Venetians, 161.
Campbell, the Hon. Alex. Hume, Bullen, Lady Anna, re-called to his family and Character, 178.
Court, 125 -- her Letter to Campeius, Cardinal, the Pope's Wolsiy, ib. — another, 126- Agent at Augsburg, 172 takes Offence at the Cardinal, arrives in England, 210 — 127:
divers Sentiments con- at Bath-place, 213--introducerning her, 128 - in great ced to the King by Wolsey, 214 Favour at Court, 250-keeps
his Speech, ib. has Authe King almost always in her dience of the Queen, ib.Chamber, 253-diverts him refuses to produce the Decretal from conversing with Wolley,
diffolves the Le256 — passes him insultingly, gantine Commission, 242 257 -- the only Favourite at follows the King into the Court, 322 fends Wolfey a
Country, and received with Token, 3237 -created Mar. Distinction, 251
departs chionels of Pembroke, Mem. for London, 259-takes an afp. 2
committed to the fectionate Leave of Wolsey, 260 Tower, 12 - her pathetick his Baggage stopped, ib.
of which he complains, but Motive for concluding the
Portugal, 8-receives Ambaf-
swers them both in very stiff
ticularly the French King's
Reply rejected, 18 - his
French Heralds, 149, 150
Brothers, King Henry's Agents ib. -- his Forces very success.
to Peace, ib. marches with
Wolsey, 3 to 62-cited, 129, ftores Milan to Duke Sforza,
and reconciles the Duke of
ceives a Letter from the Doge duces the Florentines, ib.
settles their Government, 170
is crowned at Bologna,
holds a Diet at Augs-
view with King Francis, and
Cardinal Wolsey's Death to
with his Eminence's, 49
Chancellors, Lord High, of Eng.
Francis I. and enters into a Commissioners and Keepers in
- her angry
Lord Hardwicke's, inclusive, and Campeius, to sit in Judg.
ment on the Divorce of Queen
tled, 283 - a Deficiency in VIII. 210-sends his Thanks
Francis Campana with his Let-
Answer to King Henry, Mem. the Cause of the Divorce, 221
& feq. signs an Avocation of
207, 209 on Wolsey's Dis- his Letter to Wolsey on that Oc-
with Excommunication, 242
fourth Wife, Mem. p. 22–
Coinage regulated, 95-
on the Articles of Walsey's Par-
tor-agiinit him discovered, i- Colet, Dr. a Memento of him,
Rome, 242, 243:
Colonnu resolves to make War
Earl of, 279.
Mem. p. 41.
Mem. p. 41.
rash Attempt, 47—but made Divorce, Proceedings thereone
Chancellor, 286 - appointed French Service, 158.
liam, the present Earl, ib. Douglas Faction, notorious in Scota
mus's Correspondents, 79. Drummond, Mr. his Character of
Ministry, 102— his Extraction, Eclipse of the Sun, a great one,
Lord Chancellor, 274.
-sent to the Tower, 21-im- Elizabeth, Princess, (of England)
England, Affairs of, 1, 68, 120
great Rejoicings here for
the Pope's Deliverance, 147
Affairs of, 182.
in with Wolfpy's Sollicitations,
to his Death, 76, to 34.
Mem. p. 21
the Treaty, 12 his Exulta-
tion on his Freedom, 13
Francis I. 13--quoted in other England, 15 --- acknowledges
Wolley to have been a chief
tingham, Lord Chancellor, 280. ment, 16-enters into a Trea-
swer to the Vice-roy of Naples,
for abufing the 24-offers Terms for the Re-
complains of the Emperor to
to Italy, 115-his Demands
on tắe Emperor, 118-grants
belieged, 168 its Govern- Wolfey, 132~~and meets him,
134--sends Henry the Order
ponds with Wolsey, 109 -- his the Treatment of his Sons,
Prisoners in Spain, 165
sies Queen Eleanor, 167—was
French Officer put to Death for
tains his Liberty on giving his Fronsperg, a German General, 48
mus's Friends, 79-