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Author: Nicholas Sander; Edward Rishton; David Lewis
Publisher: London, Burns & Oates, 1877.
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Sander, Nicholas, 1530?-1581.
Rise and growth of the Anglican schism.
London, Burns & Oates, 1877
(OCoLC)551677499
Online version:
Sander, Nicholas, 1530?-1581.
Rise and growth of the Anglican schism.
London, Burns & Oates, 1877
(OCoLC)609115663
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Sander; Edward Rishton; David Lewis
OCLC Number: 1117353
Description: cxlvii, 380 pages 23 cm
Contents: Book I: --
I. State of Europe --
Marriage of Arthur and Catherine --
The dispensation --
The betrothal of Henry and Catherine --
II. Piety of Catherine --
Dissoluteness of Henry --
The Princess Mary sought in marriage --
Betrothed to the Dauphin --
III. Wolsey --
Longland --
The divorce --
IV. The divorce resolved upon --
The Bishop of Tarbes --
The Cardinal sent as Ambassador to France --
Anne Boleyn --
V. Sir. Thomas Boleyn --
Sir Francis Bryan --
Education of Anne Boleyn --
VI. SIr Thomas Boleyn warns the king --
Confession of Sir Thomas Wyatt --
Infatuation of the king --
Sir Thomas More --
Mary Boleyn --
Distress of the Cardinal --
VII. The king sends envoys to Rome --
Answer of the pope --
Decision of the cardinals --
Legates appointed --
VIII. The queen petitions the pope --
Cardinal Campeggio arrives in England --
Hypocrisy of Henry --
Firmness of the queen --
Anne Boleyn at court --
Insolence of the king's ambassadors --
IX. Perplexities of the king --
Sitting of the court in Blackfriars --
The king and queen present --
The queen appeals to the pope --
X. Objections of Henry's lawyers --
Answer of the queen's lawyers --
XI. The Bishop of Rochester pleads for the queen --
Dr. Ridley --
The Duke of Suffolk --
Cardinal Capeggio adjourns --
The pope recalls the powers of the legates --
Fall of Wolsey --
XII. Foreign universities --
Bribery --
Reginald Pole --
Writers on the divorce --
Letter of the peers to the pope --
XIII. Death of Cardinal Wolsey --
Of the Archbishop of Canterbury --
Cranmer's dishonesty --
The royal supremacy --
The marriage before the divorce --
XIV. Validity of the first marriage --
Impediments of matrimony --
Shamelessness of Henry --
Sentence of the pope --
XV. Apostasy of Henry --
The divorce pronounced by Cranmer --
Coronation of Anne Boleyn --
Sir Thomas More --
The observant friars --
The royal supremacy --
XVI. Martyrs --
The Carthusians --
The Bishop of Rochester --
Sir Thomas More --
XVII. Visitation of the religious houses --
Suppression of the smaller monasteries --
Death of Queen Catherine --
Execution of Anne Boleyn --
Father Forest --
Lambert --
Martyrs --
St. Thomas Beckett --
Anne of Clevis --
Cromwell --
XVIII. Cromwell's fall --
Martyrs --
The king weary of the schism --
Catherine Howard --
Catherine Parr --
Martyrs --
THe coinage debased --
SUppression of the chantries --
XIX. Misery of the king --
Cowardice of the bishops --
Death of the king Book II: --
I. The royal supremacy --
Unchristian --
Edward VI --
The protector --
Book of Common Prayer --
Sir Ralph Sadler --
II. Destruction of the altars --
Cranmer's changes --
Latimer --
Execution of Lord Seymour --
The risings of the West and in Norfolk --
III. Quarrels of the Earl of Warwick and the DUke of Somerset --
Joan Bocher --
Marriage of priests --
Bucer and Martyr --
Disputations in Oxford and Cambridge --
IV. Doctors and confessors --
Feckenham --
Joliffe --
Crispin and Moreman --
Dr. Watson --
Antonio Buonvisi --
Harpsfield --
Cardinal Pole --
Gardiner --
V. Debasing of the coin --
Ponet --
Hooper Book III: --
I. Lady Jane Grey --
Accession of Mary --
Condemnation of Cranmer --
Arrival of Cardinal Pole --
Petition of Parliament --
Absolution and reconciliation of the kingdom --
II. Sermon of Gardiner --
Death of Mary --
Accession of Elizabeth Book IV: --
I. Hypocrisy of Elizabeth --
Cecil --
Oath of supremacy --
Headship of the church --
Delusion of the Catholics --
The royal supremacy --
Legislation of Elizabeth --
III. The Parliamentary elections --
Cowardice of the peers --
The Act of Uniformity --
The Catholics driven out of the country --
IV. The lawyers --
The country gentlemen --
Catholics frequent the heretical assemblies --
Lack of ministers in the new religion --
V. The creation of the Protestant bishops --
The old titles retained --
Marriage of the new clergy --
Parliamentary sanction of the Protestant ordinations --
Marriage of the clergy --
VI. Destructive tendencies of the new clergy --
Honour paid to the queen --
Cecil's fast --
The queen corrects the preachers --
Violation of treaties --
Encouragement of foreign rebels --
The Nuncio of the pope not allowed to land in England --
VII. The emperor intercedes on behalf of the Catholics --
Mary Queen of Scots --
The Earls of Northumberland and Westmore land --
VIII. The seminaries --
Bull of St. Pius V --
IX. Fury of the queen and Parliament --
Penal legislation --
Bowland Jenks --
Rise of the Puritans --
The Society of Jesus --
Conversions --
Martyrs --
X. Father Heywood --
Martyrs --
The peers assailed --
Severity of the persecution --
XI. Banishment of the priests --
More penal legislation --
XII. Cecil's book --
Cardinal Allen --
Martyrs --
Duty and zeal of the priests --
Faithfulness of the laity --
Conclusion --
Annals of the schism.
Responsibility: Published A.D. 1585, with a continuation of the history, by Edward Rishton. Translated with introduction and notes by David Lewis.

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