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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-341

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DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 337 11 England Position taken by Henry VIII The Divorce uestion brings on separation from Rome Enormous power the King Legal position of the Church of England The appression of the Monasteries The Six Articles End of he reign of Henry VIII Reign of Edward VI Reign of lary Accession of Elizabeth Her Church settlement Her Jharacter Causes of her success The Foreign difficulties pposition to Mary Stuart Failure and flight of Mary Stuart The rising in the north Execution of the Duke of Norfolk Puritanism Elizabeth's relations with the Netherlands GrowT- ng distrust of Spain Jesuitism and Calvinism The Court High Commission The Jesuit Missions Drake's Voyage ound the World Execution of Mary Stuart The defeat of the Armada Lent Term Constitutional History of Elizabeth's reign The fifteen years of Triumph Outburst of Literature Irish troubles Essex and Bacon James Constitutional difficulties The Spanish Alliance and the Thirty Years' War Breach with Spain Charles in opposition to Spain Buckingham's ascendency Charles's quarrel with the House of Commons The Petition of Right The Breach with the Commons Unparliamentary Government The Scottish troubles The Short Parliament Stafford's ascendency Meeting of the Long Parliament Easier Term The Constitutional victories of the Long Parliament Religious differences The King's visit to Scotland The Irish Rebellion The Grand Remonstrance The attempt on the
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