The negotiations of Thomas Woolsey, the great Cardinall of England containing his life and death, viz. (1) the originall of his promotion, (2) the continuance in his magnificence, (3) his fall, death, and buriall
Cavendish, George, 1500-1561?, Cavendish, William, Sir, 1505?-1557.
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  • CHAP. I.
    OF the Cardinall his Originall, and who hee was.
  • CHAP. II.
    Of the Cardinall his speedy dispatch to the Emperous Maximilian.
  • CHAP. III.
    Of King Henry his invading France in his owne person with the Cardinals assistance.
  • CHAP. IV.
    The Kings promoting his Almoner being made Cardinall and Lord Chancellor of England.
  • CHAP. V.
    Of the Order and Offices of his House and Chappell:
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    CHAP. VI.
    Of his second Embassage to the Emperour Charles the fifth.
  • CHAP. VII.
    Of the manner of his going to Westminster-Hall.
    Of the Cardinals magnificence in his house.
  • CHAP. IX.
    Of the originall Instrument of the Cardinals fall, Mistris Anne Bullen.
  • CHAP. X.
    Of Mistris Anne Bullen her favour with the King.
  • CHAP. XI.
    Of the variance betweene the French King and the Duke of Burbon, &c.
  • CHAP. XII.
    Of the Duke of Burbons stratagem and victory wherein the French King was taken prisoner.
    Of the French Kings redemption out of captivity, and the Cardinals Embassage into France.
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    CHAP. XIV.
    Of the French Ambassadours entertainement and dis∣patch.
  • CHAP. XV.
    Of the Kings discovery of his love to Mistris Anne Bullen to the Cardinall with his dislike, &c.
  • CHAP. XVI.
    A new Court erected to determine the Kings case, two Car∣dinals being Iudges, and of the issue.
    Of certaine passages conducing to the Cardinals fall.
    The Cardinall accused of high treason in the Parliament house, and Master Cromwels defence for him.
  • CHAP. XIX.
    Of the Cardinals fall, and how hee was arrested of high treason.
  • CHAP. XX.
    Of the Cardinals entertainement by the Earle of Shrews∣bury, and of his death and buriall.