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Her behaviour at her trial, and at her death..

144

The emperor desired to be reconciled to the king. 147

The king answered that coldly..

148

He refuses any treaty with the pope.

149
Proceedings in convocation.

ib.

Pole wrote first against the divorce.

150

Sends one to the king with instructions.

151

Tonstall writes copiously to him

153

Cardinal Pole's vindication of himself..

156

The king was reconciled to the emperor.

159

Dr. London's violent proceedings in suppressing the

monasteries..

Cheats in images discovered.

ib.

Tonstall wrote a consolatory letter to the king when

Queen Jane died..

161

Orders about holy-days,..

162

Injunctions given by the archbishop of York.

ib.

Injunctions by the bishop of Coventry and Litchfield.. 163

And by the bishop of Salisbury.

164

Gresham's letter to the king, for putting the great hos-

pitals in the hands of the city..

165

Anno 1538.

The king grows severe against the reformers.

166

He sets out a long proclamation

ib.

An account set forth by the king of Thomas Becket 167

A circular letter to the justices of peace

168

Anno 1539.

New significations put on the old rites

169

Many executions in England....

ib.

The project of endowing the church of Canterbury 170

Disapproved by Cranmer ..

ib.

The design of the Six Articles

171

Commission to Cromwell, to constitute some under him 172

The king marries Anne of Cleve

173

The king in love with Katharine Howard.

ib.

Cromwell's fall.

174

A new treaty with the German princes

ib.

Some of Cromwell's memorandumis

175

The matters at first charged on him, from which he

clears himself.

176

Reflections on the state of affairs at that time

178

Of the king's divorce with Anne of Cleve

ib.

What passed in convocation

ib.

E+ceptions in the act of grace

179

Anno 1547.

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A true account of a paper of Luther's, wrong published

in my History

211

Vargas's letters concerning the council of Trent 212

Translated into English, by Dr. Geddes

ib.

And into French, by M. Le Vassor

213

The fraud and insolence of the legate

ib.

The promise that the emperor made the pope

214

The bishops knew not what they did

ib.

The pride and impudence of the legate

215

No good to be expected from a council

216

He complains of the exemption of chapters

ib.

A decree secretly amended after it was passed

217

It had been happy that the council had never met ib.

The decree concerning the pope's authority proposed,

but not passed

218

He expresses the same opinion of the former session

under pope Paul

219

No shadow of liberty in the council

ib.

The legates' way in correcting manifest abuses

220

Malvenda, and others, made the same complaints 221

Reflections upon those proceedings

222

Thirlby writes of the Interim

223

Hobby sent ambassador to the emperor

ib,
The emperor's confessor refused him absolution for not
persecuting heretics...

ib.

The perfidy of the French king

224

The progress of the Reformation

ib.

Gardiner at the head of the opposition to it

225

Proceedings in convocation

226

They affirm that it was free for the clergy to marry

227

Cranmer's labour and zeal

ib.

St. Chrysostom's letter to Cæsarius brought to England 228

The Lady Mary denies that she, or her servants, were
concerned in the risings

ib.

The entertaining foreign troops in England

229

The popish party deceived in their hopes on the protec-

tor's fall..

231

Against Cranmer, Hooper, and others..,

266

The duke of Northumberland begs his life, but in vain 268

Others suffered with him..

ib.

A convocation summoned

ib.

A treaty of marriage with the prince of Spain. 269

Wiat's rising, and principles ..

270

Anno 1554.

Lady Jane Gray executed .

271

Severities against the married clergy

ib.

Aggravated by some.

ib.

The queen writes the first letter to King Philip. 272

Proceedings against heretics

273

A convocation

ib.

Cranmer's treason pardoned, that he might be burned.. ib.

The council orders severe proceedings.

274

The reconciliation with Rome designed

275

Pole sent legate for that end

276

He wrote to the queen.

ib.

The queen's answer

277

His first powers..

ib.

Cardinal Pole stopped in Flanders by the emperor 278

New and fuller powers sent to Pole.

279

With relation to church lands

ib.

All was laid before the emperor

281

Yet he was still put off by delays

282

The reason of those delays..

284

Cardinal Pole much esteemed by the English ambas-
sador

ib.

He writes to King Philip.

285

The queen sent to bring him over to England

ib.

The queen believed herself to be with child

286

Cardinal Pole carries his powers beyond the limits set

him

287

Some preach for restoring the abbey-lands.

ib.
Anno 1555.

The archbishop of York set at liberty...

288

The reformers, when tried by Gardiner, were firm

Hooper, the first bishop that suffered, barbarously used 290

Persons appointed to carry the news of the queen's

being delivered.

292

Orders for torture at discretion

293

The queen still looked to be delivered of a child ib.

A practice that gives suspicion of ill designs

294

Plots pretended..

ib.

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