The Earlier Tudors, 1485-1558

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Clarendon Press, 1952 - 699 էջ
This classic volume in the renowned Oxford History of England series examines the birth of a nation-state from the death throes of the Middle Ages in North-West Europe. John D. Mackie describes the establishment of a stable monarchy by the very competent Henry VII, examines the means employed by him, and considers how far his monarchy can be described as "new." He also discusses the machinery by which the royal power was exercised and traces the effect of the concentration of lay and eccleciastical authority in the person of Wolsey, whose soaring ambition helped make possible the Caesaro-Papalism of Henry VIII.
 

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A Pres i the New MONARCHY
8
The new monarchy not a breach in constitutional development
13
THE FACE OF ENGLAND
26
THE NEW KING AND HIS RIVALS
46
Foreign policy conventional hostility to France
51
Henrys marriage with Elizabeth 18 January 1486
68
Taxation for
81
death of Northumberland
103
ROYAL SUPREMACY
335
Divorce was the occasion not the cause of the Reformation
348
England still supports the king
366
Henry a lover of peace
370
offers a double advantage 872
373
The fall of Anne Boleyn 1536
379
birth of Prince Edward 12 October 1537
402
finance
411

Treaty of Etaples 3 November 1492
109
Mystery of Perkin Warbeck
117
attack on the Steelyard
124
Perkin in Scotland
134
Parliament of January 1497 votes money for the war
140
Surrender of Perkin October 1497 and capture of his wife
146
Henrys refusal of Mediterranean enterprises
156
The Spanish Marriage
172
England cultivates the Netherlands
181
Success of Henrys foreign policy
188
the yeomen and the guns
208
Death of Henry 21 April 1509
228
The young king
234
William Grocin and Thomas Linacre
241
Erasmus in England on the invitation of Mountjoy 149915oo
249
The Utopia 1516
258
English thought in the main conservative
266
Triumphant Realpolitik
285
The English forests
286
emphasis on authority
291
Wolseys foreign policy
305
indicted for breach of praemunire 1529
329
royal absolutism
413
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
444
urban society loses the old security
458
Realpolitik not new 267
461
exports and imports
470
The government realist in its economic policy
477
Authority of a boy king overrides his fathers will
485
dearth amid plenty
503
The religious issue
510
The Reign of Mary
526
Mary enters London 3 August 1553
531
Abortive rising of Sir Thomas Wyatt January 1554
538
Marys ecclesiastical policy
548
17 November 1558
561
the English printers
579
persistence of the English tradition
588
main interest in portraits
598
APPENDIX
604
roads and bridges
627
between pages 655
655
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