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OLDCASTLE, Sir John, baron of Cobham, fupports

the doctrines of Wickliff, 128; is indicted for he-
refy, ib. makes his escape, ib. put to the most cruel

death, ib.
Old Man of the niountain, who, 3.
Order of the garter, instituted, 89.
Orleans, famous siege of, 144.

maid of. See Joan of Art.

duke of, affaffinated by the duke of Burgundy,
135.
Ormesby, his cruelty, 26; all his effects seized, 27.
Ofbeck, the impostor. See Warbeck.
Oxford, made a bishopric, 265.

P
PARR, Catharine, married to Henry VIII, 286; her

artful conduct, 290.
Paris, surrendered to Henry V. 136.
Patay, battle of, 145.
Pavie, Aymer de, his treachery, 76.
Percy, earl of Northumberland, takes the earl of Dou-

glas, and other prisoners, 116; receives an injurious
message from Henry, ib. forms a conspiracy again !
that prince, 117; is pardoned by Henry, 119; oins
in a second rebellion, ib · flies into Scotland, and is
Hain there, 120.

, Hotspur, takes the command of his father's troops,
117; his prodigious valour, n8; is Dain in battle,

ib.
Perkin Warbeck. See Warbeck.
Peslilence, a dreadful one, 77,
Peterborough, made a bishopric, 265.
Philip the Fortunate, ascends the throne of France, 64;

receives the homage of Edward III. ib. challenges
that prince to single combat, 65; his behaviour at

Cressy, 72.
Pbilip, arch-duke of Castile, arrives in England, 222;

concludes a treaty of commerce with Edward, 223.
Philippa, queen to Edward III. defeats the Scots, and

takes their king prisoner, 78.
Pierce, Alice, married to Edward III. 87.
Pierre, Eustace de St. his generous offer, 75.

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cution, and that of several of her relations, 284; com-
poses a book of religion, 285; procures an act where-
by all spiritual supremacy was declared to be invested
in him, ib. publishes a book, ib. publishes a second
book, ib. his tyrannical proceedings, ib. marries Ca.
tharine Parr, 286; goes to France at the head of thirty
thousand men, ib. obliges, the town of Boulogne to
capitulate, ib. returns to England, ib. the revenues of
the two universities, &c bestowed upon him by par-
liament, 287; orders the council to make enquiry into
the conduct of Cranmer, ib. takes that prelate into
greater favour than ever, 288; his cruelty to Anne
Akew, 289; is offended with the queen, 29?; is re-
conciled to her, 241; prevents her being taken into
custody, ib his false orations to the parliament, ib his
implacable cruelties, 292; orders the duke of Norfolk,
and his son, to be arrested, ib. receives the news of
his approaching diffolution with an appearance of sere.
nity, 294; his death and character, ib.
Hereford, duke of, accuses the duke of Norfolk, 101; is

banished the kingdom, 103
Howard, Sir Edward, his intrepid conduct, 229; pe-
rifes in the sea, ib.

Catharine, married to Henry VIII, 281; her
execution, 284
Humpbry duke of Gloucester, appointed regent of the

kingdom during his brother's ablence, 141; is oppof.
ed by the bishop of Winchester, 152; his dutchess
accused of witchcraft, 153; accused of treason, and
imprisoned, 154; found dead in his bed, ib
Huntington, earl of, joins in a conspiracy against Henry
IV. 113; beheaded at Cirencester, 114

J
JANE
YANE of Flanders, her heroic conduct, 66

Jews, many of them pat to death, 8
Joan, of Arc, account of, 143 ; undertakes to raise the

Siege of Orleans, 144; raises the liege, 145; takes
the earl of Suffolk prisoner, ib conducts the dauphin
to Rheims, 146; is taken prisoner, 147; tried for
witchcraft, 148; abjures her former errors, ib. is burnt

alire at Rouen, 149
Tobn, for of Edward I. death of, 5

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John, tarl of Holland, marries Elizabeth, daughter of
Edward I. 20

king of Bohemia, account of his death, 73

son of Philip the fortunate, ascends the throne
of France, 78; marches against Edward the Black
Prince, 80; defeated, and taken prisoner, 82; fer at
liberty, 84; returns to England, 85; dies in the Sa-
Joseph, Michael, heads the Cornish insurgents, (2125

taken and executed, ib.
Isabella of France, married to Edward II.41; Joins in

a conspiracy againk Gaveston, ib. repairs to Paris, 19:
refuses to return, 50; falls in love with Mortimer, ib.
Lands on the coast of Suffolk, 51. Is joined by the
malecontents, ib. puts the two Spensers to death, 52;
appointed regent, 53; shares the power with Morriiner,
56; discarded from all power, and confined to the
castle of Rilings, 60,

K
KENT, earl of, joins in a conspiracy against Henry IV.

113; beheaded at Cirencester, 114
Kirkpatrick, Sir Thomas, murders Cummin at the altar,
34

L
LAMBERT, John, denies the real presence in the fa-

crament, 276; his remarkable irial, ib, icondeinned
to the flames, 277
Lancalier, earl of, joins in a conspiracy againt Gavelton,"

41; is pardoned, 44; opposes the Spensers; 47; de

feated by Sir Andrew Harcla, 49; beheaded, ib.
Laffels, accuses Catharine Howard of incontinence, 282
Leo the tenth, grants a commillion for felling indulgences,

246
Lewellyn, prince of North Wales, commanded to do ho-

mage for bis territories, 9; refuses the fummons, ib.
retires to the inountains of Snowdon, ib. fubmits ro
Edward, 10; has again recourse to arms, ib. is faina
in battle, 12; his head sent to London, and there treat-

brutal

manner, ib.
Lollards, who, 127 ·
Lovel, lord, heads a rebellion, 199; escapes to Flanders,
200; joins Simnel, 202

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Luther, Martin, account of, 246; inveighs against the

pope's authority, 247; protected by the elector of
Saxony, ib. Burns the pope's bull publicly, ib.

M
MACKREL, prior of Barlings, heads an insurrection

in Lincolnshire, 274; taken, and put to death,
ib.
Magna Charta, signed by Edward I. 25
Margaret of Anjou, account of, 152 ; suspected of being

privy to the murder of Gloucester, 154; prevails on
the king to depose the duke of York, 161; becomes
the acting general of the royal army, 162; totally de-
feated, ib. Aies into Wales, 163; routs the duke of
York's army, ib. summonses the city of London, 164;
is obliged to retire, 165; flies into Scotland, 166;
escapes to France, 167 í takes fanctuary in the abbey
of Beaulieu, 172; , totally defeated at Tewksbury,
173; taken prisoner, ib. ranfomed by the king of

France, 174; her death, ib.
Maudlin, one of Richard's servants, personates that

prince, 114
Maximilian, the emperor, visits Henry VIII. 230
Methuen, battle of, 35
Monafteries, the lesser, suppressed, 263; the greater in-

volved in the fame ruin, ib.
More, fir Thomas, his amiable character, 26. ; behead-

ed for denying the king's supremacy, 262
Morbrc, Dennis de, takes the French king prisoner, 82
Mortimer, account of, 50; beloved by queen Isabella,

ib. becomes the ruler of the kingdom, 56; opposes
young Edward, 57 ; concludes a peace with Scotland,
58: causes the earl of Kent to be seized, and executed,
ib is seized at Nottingham, 59; condemned and exe-

cuted, ib.
Mowbray, Thomas, duke of Norfolk, accepts the duke

of Hereford's challenge, 101; is banished, 103;
dies at Venice, ib.

N
NORHAM, a Scottish jarliament convened at, 14
Northampton, battle of, 162
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OLDCASTLE, Sir John, baron of Cobham, supports

the doctrines of Wickliff, 128 ; is indicted for he-
resy, ib. makes his escape, ib. put to the most cruel

death, ib.
Old Man of the niountain, who, 3.
Order of the garter, instituted, 89.
Orleans, famous siege of, '44.

maid of. See Joan of Arc.

duke of, affaffinated by the duke of Burgundy,
135.
Ormesby, his cruelty, 26; all his effects seized, 27.
Ofbeck, the impostor. See Warbeck.
Oxford, made a bishopric, 265.

P
PARR, Catharine, married to Henry VIII. 286; her

artful conduct, 290.
Paris, surrendered to Henry V. 136.
Patay, battle of, 145.
Pavie, Aymer de, his treachery, 76.
Percy, earl of Northumberland, takes the earl of Dou-

glas, and other prisoners, 116; receives an injurious
message from Henry, ib. forms a conspiracy again :
that prince, 117; is.pardoned by Henry, 119; joins
in a second rebellion, ib · flies into Scotland, and is
Hain there, 120.

Hotspur, takes the command of his father's troops,
117; his prodigious valour, 118; is Dain in battle,

ib.
Perkin Warbeck. See Warbeck.
Pellilence, a dreadful one, 77.
Peterborough, made a bishopric, 265.
Philip the Fortunate, ascends the throne of France, 64;

receives the homage of Edward III. ib. challenges
that prince to single combat, 65; his behaviour at

Creffy, 72.
Pbilip, arch-duke of Castile, arrives in England, 222 ;

concludes a treaty of commerce with Edward, 223.
Philippa, queen to Edward III. defeats the Scots, and

takes their king prisoner, 78.
Pierce, Alice, married to Edward III. 87.
Pierre, Eustace de St. his generous offer, 75.

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