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The Reformation in England.

Author: J H Merle d'Aubigné
Publisher: London, Banner of Truth Trust [1962-63]
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Merle d'Aubigné, J. H. (Jean Henri), 1794-1872.
Reformation in England.
London, Banner of Truth Trust [1962-63]
(OCoLC)987915005
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J H Merle d'Aubigné
OCLC Number: 7314299
Notes: Vol. 1 originally published in 1853 as v. 5 of the History of the Reformation of the sixteenth century, a translation by H. White from the original, Histoire de la réformation du seizième siècle; v. 2 originally published in 1866-1878 as portions of v. 4, 5, and 8 of the History of the Reformation in Europe in the time of Calvin, a translation of the original, Historie de la réformation en Europe au temps de Calvin.
Description: 2 volumes illustrations 23 cm
Contents: Volume 1 --
Book one : England before the Reformation. Christ mightier than Druid alters and Roman swords --
Iona versus Rome --
Rome "converts" Britain --
The conflict with papal supremacy --
The iron age of spiritual slavery --
Grosseteste and Bradwardine --
Light streams from Lutterworth --
The morning star of the Reformation --
The Lollard burnings --
The new learning and the new dynasty --
War, marriage and preaching --
Wolsey's rise to power --
The need for reformation --
Book two : The reformation of the church. The origin of the English reformation --
The Greek testament awakens the dead --
Persecution and intrigue --
The storm at Sodbury hall --
The onslaught on Luther --
Early martyrs in Lincolnshire --
All England closed to Tyndale --
Bluff Hugh Latimer --
Wolsey's hopes and fears --
An exile's toil for a nation's life --
The awakening in Cambridge --
Book three : The English New Testament and the court of Rome. The year of grace, 1526 --
Oxford's baptism of suffering --
The severities of popery --
The tempest against the truth --
The divorce question opens --
Anne Boleyn --
Bilney in strength and weakness --
The campaign for Henry's divorce --
The dilemma and duplicity of Clement VII --
Royal threats counter papal cunning --
Wolsey's desperate demands --
Book four : The two divorces. "A thousand Wolseys for one Anne Boleyn" --
Scripture and the spreading revival --
Campeggio arrives in England --
The search for William Tyndale --
The pope burns his bull --
Wolsey between Scylla and Charybdis --
More and Tyndale: a theological duel --
A queen's pleadings convict a court --
The trial ends in farce --
"Tyndale" received in a king's palace --
Wolsey alone and facing ruin --
To introduce Thomas Cranmer --
The dethronement of Cardinal Wolsey --
New leaders and a new policy --
"They that will live godly in Christ Jesus . . . " --
Wolsey falls like Lucifer Volume 2 --
Book one : England begins to cast off the papacy. The nation and its parties (autumn 1529) --
Parliament and its grievances (November 1529) --
Early reforms (end of 1529) --
Anne Boleyn's father meets the emperor and the pope (winter 1530) --
Oxford and Cambridge debate the divorce (winter 1530) --
Henry appeals to foreign opinion (January to September 1530) --
Latimer at court (January to September 1530) --
The king seeks Tyndale (January to May 1531) --
The king of England : "head of the church" (January to March 1531) --
The king puts Catherine away (March to June 1531) --
"Not sparing the flock" (September 1531 to 1532) --
The martyrs (1531) --
The king despoils the pope and clergy (March to May 1532) --
Liberty of inquiry and preaching ( 1532) --
Henry VIII attacks Romanists and Protestants (1532) --
The new primate of all England (February 1532 to March 1533) --
Queen Catherine descends from the throne, and Anne Boleyn ascends it (November 1532 to July 1533) --
Fryth in the tower (August 1532 to May 1533) --
A reformer chooses rather to lose his life than save it (May to July 1533) --
The isolation of England (1533) --
Parliament abolishes papal usurpations in England (January to March 1534) --
Book two : England breaks with Rome. A conspiracy against the reformation (March and April 1534) --
The church becomes a department of state (Christmas 1533 to June 1534) --
Tyndale and his enemies (1534 to August 1535) --
Henry VIII as king-pontiff (1534-1535) --
Henry destroys his opponents (1534-1535) --
Two notable executions (May to September 1535) --
The dissolution of the smaller monasteries (September 1535 to 1536) --
Henry negotiates with German Lutherans (1534 to 1535) --
The accusation of the queen (1535 to May 1536) --
The execution of Anne Boleyn (May 1536) --
Catholicism versus Protestantism (summer 1536) --
Henry enforces "Catholicism minus the pope" (autumn 1536) --
The pilgrimage of grace (October 1536) --
The martyrdom of Tyndale (from 1535 to October 1536) --
Book three : Reformation, reaction, relief. Three parties divide England (1536-1540) --
An "appeal to Caesar" and its outcome (1538) --
The "whip of six strings" (1538-1540) --
A bitter cup for Henry VIII (1539-1540) --
The disgrace and death of Thomas Cromwell (1540) --
The divorce of Anne of Cleves (1540) --
Catherine Howard, the fifth queen (1540) --
Cranmer pursues his task (1542) --
The last martyrs of Henry's reign (1545) --
Death casts its shadow over Catherine Parr (1546) --
The last days of Henry VIII (1546-January 1547).
Responsibility: Edited by S.M. Houghton.

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