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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-287

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DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 283 Lent Term Henry VIII continued -The rise of Thomas Cromwell- Reformation by Act of Parliament-The Carthusians-The Nun of Kent-More-Fisher-The dissolution of the Monas- tories-Pilgrimage of Grace-Settlement of the Crown-The six Articles-Downfall and death of Cromwell-War with France and Scotland-Death of the King Edward VI -The Duke of Somerset Protector-The Re- formation in its religious aspect-Somerset's policy failures unpopularity downfall and death-Influence of the Duke of Northumberland- Mary -Execution of Northumberland-Wyatt's Rebel- lion-Execution of the Lady Jane-The Queen's marriage- Catholic reaction-The Persecution-War with France Loss of Calais-The Queen's illness and death Elizabeth -Her position withrespect to Catholics Protest- ants Scotland France and Spain-Act of Uniformity-Treaty of Berwick-Mary Queen of Scots-Her return to Scotland- Her reign dethronement and flight The King's testament and death Easter Term Elizabeth continued -Ill-feeling between England and Spain-Spanish and Catholic plots-The Queen excommuni- cated-Persecution of Catholics and of Puritans-Campion- The Marprelate Tracts-War with Spain-Execution of Mary Stuart-Defeat of the Armada-Loss of the Revenge "-Sack of Cadiz-The Monopolies-Execution of Essex-Death of the Queen ur J£abD an its WCovk BY PROFESSOR LAUGH TON" Professor of Modern History in King's College Wednesday beginning October 28th Michaelmas Term Early forms of naval war piracy raiding-shore de- fence-sea defence-command of the sea Immutability qf the laws of war-invasion possihle or impossible
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