The History of England : From Henry VII. to Mary, Volume One, Part C (Illustrated)

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Jacquetta of Luxembourg. Biography portal Monarchy portal England portal Christianity portal. Grene growith the holy Anne Boleyn: Fatal Attractions. Elton puts the date the bull was made official as November St Catherine's Press. Under Duke of Cornwall, which was his title when he succeeded his brother as Prince of Wales. Reviews in History. Retrieved 5 April Tudor and Stuart Britain: — Retrieved 13 July The King had no further use for Wolsey, who had failed to procure the annulment of his marriage, and he summoned Parliament in order that an act of attainder should be passed against the cardinal.

The act was not needed, however, for Wolsey had also been commanded to appear before the common-law judges and answer the charge that by publishing his bulls of appointment as papal legate he had infringed the Statute of Praemunire. Eerdmans Publishing. Henry decided to turn to the archbishop of Canterbury for the annulment, but Wolsey, recognizing that it was too late, opposed this move. Henry discharged him and appointed his friend Sir Thomas More as chancellor, confident that More would support him. More refused to make any statement for or against the annulment. When pressed to do so he resigned as the chancellor and retired to private life.

He had such a reputation for integrity that his endorsement would have engendered huge support for the annulment among Parliament and the people, who loved Catherine. More's silence so angered Henry that he tried to force his hand by having him imprisoned and tried. The perfidy of the king's secretary, Thomas Cromwell, however, and the perjury of a petty bureaucrat, Richard Rich, brought about More's conviction and execution for treason in Meanwhile, a respected Cambridge scholar priest, Tomas Cranmer, supported Henry and sought support for him from the European universities.

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Institute of Historical Research. Retrieved 9 November Amberley Publishing. A Brief History of the English Reformation. Cromwell, with his usual single-minded and ruthless efficiency, organised the interrogation of the accused, their trials and their executions. Cranmer was absolutely shattered by the 'revelation' of the queen's misdeeds.

He wrote to the king expressing his difficulty in believing her guilt.

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He is sometimes called a monster for this and for executing more leading men than any other English monarch on alleged charges of treason. A two volumes of historical writing by the published, Nicholas Crouch, under the pseudonym, Richard Burton. With an appendix to the rear. A mixed edition set of this beautifully illustrated historical work. Very scarce. Other marks confirm the systematic production process of the book, e. Only 17 years old, Henry married his brother's widow, Catherine, on 11 June , and on 24 June , the two were crowned at Westminster Abbey.

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