British History and Papal Claims from the Norman Conquest to the Present Day: I, Volume 2

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Hodder & Stoughton, 1893 - Church and state
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Contents

CHAPTER IICAROLUS TYRANNUS
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BOOK FIRST THE STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY
1
CHAP PAGE 1 THE GAGE OF BATTLE
3
BasisParliamentary Records and National Statutes
13
PRELIMINARY SKIRMISHES
14
THE TRIANGULAR DUEL
23
CHARLES AND THE POPISH PARTY
171
The Elder Prince of Orange and the Lady Mary
178
The King and the Arrest of the Five Members 1642
184
Grievances and Evils with Proposed Remedies and Cures
190
Petition against Jesuitsthe Charge of Hume 1823
192
THE CIVIL WAR AND THE COMMONWEALTH
196
Refusal to be committed to any Ulterior Measures
198
King versus Parliament nowmeans King and Pope in One
202

Reenactment of Provisors and Praemunire 1401
30
THE CRAFT IN DANGER
34
Cardinal Beaufort relieved of Praemunire 1429
37
THE TUG OF WARHENRY VIII AND THE PAPACY
40
Articles of Impeachmenttheir Bearing on the Supremacy
43
A Tentative Reformationits Limitations
49
The Suppression of Lesser Monasteries 1536
55
The Six Articles of Religion and the Bloody Bill 1540
61
Combatants introduced Pope King and Parliament
62
His Crown of Glory despite all Deductions 1547
67
THE GOOD KING EDWARD AND THE BLOODY MARY
68
Images and Prayers to Saints prohibited 1550
77
THE STATELY DAYS OF GREAT ELIZABETH
85
Act Restoring the Royal Supremacy 1559
87
Elizabeths State Procession to Westminster Abbey 1562
93
Questions of Internal Reform not within our Scope
99
Destruction of the Armada as described to Parliament 1589
105
BOOK SECOND THE STUART REACTION
113
YOUR OWN KINDLY KING
115
The Speaker to the KingRhetoric run Mad 1604 I 20
121
King James on the Increase of Popery 1614
127
Struggle and Protestation concerning Liberties of Parliament 132
133
Death of Jamesthe Craſt of the Stuart Nature 1625
139
CAROLUS TYRANNUS
140
6
145
Unfortunate Likes and Dislikes of CharlesCoke Buckingham etc
146
Restitution of First Fruits and Tenths to the Crown
148
Great Debates on the Rights and Liberties of the Subjects
152
Foundations of Freedom against Popes against Kings
158
House ordered and refusing to adjourn Protestation
164
Charles forced to summon Parliament again 3d November 1640
170
Broughams Vindication of Agitation and Intimidation
204
Charles Four Times declines the Authority of the Court
208
Last Attempt at settling the Question on the Old Lines
210
CAROLUS SECUNDUS MENDAX
212
Oath of Supremacy and Oath of Allegiance as at 1660
218
158
222
Famous Political TractPopery and Arbitrary Power
224
Annus Mirabilisand the Insolence and Increase of Popery 1666
230
168
235
Great Crisisthe King and Lords versus the Commons
236
Our Religion and our Country shamelessly bought and sold
237
The Court Party the Evil Counsellors and the Act of Grace
243
PROSPECTS AND PERILS OF POPERY ON THE THRONE
245
Temper of the Nationthe Articles against Arlington
249
Verdict of the Commons as to the Reality of the Plot
262
Charles refusing Exclusion proffers certain Limitations
268
Sir William Jones on the Absolute Necessity of the Exclusion
274
New Parliament at OxfordNo Popery No Slavery 1681
280
The Exclusion Bill revivedParliament dissolved 1681
284
THREE KINGDOMS FOR A MASS
290
Vote of Confidence in the Bare ord of the King
296
The Court Party and the Commonsan Impassable Gulf
302
сHAP PAGE
319
CONVENTIONPARLIAMENT AND CLAIM OF RIGHTS
337
I11 WILLIAMS WISE PROPOSALS
356
SCENES OF AGONY AND GLORY
372
THE YEAR OF BOYNE WATER
396
PEACE WITH HONOUR
413
FAREWELL TO WILLIAM
428
THE LAST OF THE STUARTS
449
THE GEORGES AND THE JACOBITES
481

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