Ten Tudor Statesmen
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Ten Tudor Statesmen

By Arthur D. (Arthur Donald) Innes
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Table of Contents
  • TEN TUDOR STATESMEN
  • PREFATORY
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • HENRY VII
    • I INTRODUCTORY
    • II HENRY’S EARLY YEARS, ACCESSION, AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE DYNASTY
    • III THE TUDOR ABSOLUTISM AND THE EXCHEQUER
    • IV COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL POLICY
    • V JUDICATURE
    • VI FOREIGN POLICY
    • VII CHARACTER
  • CARDINAL WOLSEY
    • I APPRECIATIONS
    • II CARDINALIS PACIFICATOR
    • III WOLSEY AND THE FRENCH WAR
    • IV DOMESTIC POLICY
    • V THE DIVORCE
    • VI WOLSEY AND THE REFORMATION
    • VII WOLSEY’S FALL AND CHARACTER
  • SIR THOMAS MORE
    • I INTRODUCTORY
    • II UNDER HENRY VII
    • III THE EARLY YEARS OF HENRY VIII
    • IV THE UTOPIA
    • V MORE IN PUBLIC LIFE
    • VI INDIGNATIO PRINCIPIS
    • VII CHARACTER AND DEATH
  • THOMAS CROMWELL
    • I THOMAS CROMWELL
    • II EARLIER CAREER AND RISE TO POWER
    • III PLANNING THE CAMPAIGN
    • IV CONTRA ECCLESIAM
    • V THE FABRIC OF DESPOTISM
    • VI CROMWELL AND PROTESTANTISM
    • VII CROMWELL’S FALL
  • HENRY VIII
    • I APPRECIATIONS
    • II THE CARDINAL RULES
    • III WAR
    • IV THE “DIVORCE”
    • V THE NEW POLICY
    • VI DIVERGENCES BETWEEN HENRY AND CROMWELL
    • VII HENRY’S CLOSING YEARS
    • VIII HENRY’S MARRIAGES
    • IX HENRY’S CHARACTER
  • PROTECTOR SOMERSET
    • I MISCONCEPTIONS
    • II THE PROTECTOR AND HIS PROBLEMS
    • III SOMERSET AND SCOTLAND
    • IV SOMERSET’S RELIGIOUS POLICY
    • V SOMERSET AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEM
    • VI THE LORD ADMIRAL
    • VII THE EX-PROTECTOR
  • ARCHBISHOP CRANMER
    • I INTRODUCTORY
    • II CRANMER AT CAMBRIDGE
    • III RISE TO THE ARCHBISHOPRIC
    • IV HENRY’S PRIMATE
    • V CRANMER AND SOMERSET
    • VI THE FLOWING TIDE OF PROTESTANTISM
    • VII DE PROFUNDIS
  • WILLIAM CECIL, LORD BURGHLEY
    • I THE MINISTERS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH
    • II CECIL UNDER EDWARD VI. AND MARY
    • III FOREIGN AFFAIRS AT ELIZABETH’S ACCESSION
    • IV DOMESTIC AND SCOTTISH POLICY
    • V CECIL AND PROTESTANTISM
    • VI ELIZABETH’S SECOND PERIOD
    • VII THE WAR WITH SPAIN
    • VIII AN APPRECIATION
  • SIR FRANCIS WALSINGHAM
    • I WALSINGHAM’S CHARACTER
    • II WALSINGHAM’S RISE
    • III AMBASSADOR AT PARIS
    • IV ENTANGLEMENTS
    • V DETECTIVE METHODS
    • VI THE END
  • SIR WALTER RALEIGH
    • I CHARACTER
    • II RALEIGH’S RISE
    • III VIRGINIA
    • IV AFTER THE ARMADA
    • V FAVOUR AND FALL
    • VI CAPTIVE AND VICTIM
  • INDEX
  • Transcriber’s Notes
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